Krishnan, A A and Prakash, Ved (1957) Creep Resistance Non-Ferrous Alloys. In: UNSPECIFIED.
The article describes briefly creep phenomena and various metallurgical factors like grain size, alloy additions, dispersed phases, cold work, and heat treatment which influence creep properties. A review of the newer non-ferrous metal alloys like the aluminium-base, magnesium-base, copper-base, nickel-base, cobalt-base, chromium-base and others is presented in some detail depicting their particular significance and varied applications. A brief mention has also been made of the special significance of titanium-base and beryllium-base alloys stressing the need for development of those alloys specially in view of their industrial and strategic importance.
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