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Aluminium Alloys; Their Properties and Some of Their Applications to Structures

There has recently been published in The Structural Engineer two papers concerned directly with aluminium alloys. One of these contains an account of the production and properties of aluminum alloys by H. K. Hardy, followed by some considerations of structural use with examples of weight saving, by C. G. Watson. The other, by D. V. Pike, contains an account of some existing aluminium alloy structures and considerable information related to design and weight saving. G. Forrest and F.R.C. Smith

Author(s): Smith, F R C

Keywords: aluminium;uses;structures;reviews