Non-ferrous Metals and Substitute Alloys

Director, NML (1963) Non-ferrous Metals and Substitute Alloys. NML Technical Journal, 5 (4). 3- .

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Growth of non-ferrous metal industry in India is a vital necessity. To meet the rapidly growing industrial requ-irements in the wake of successive Five Year Plans, the demads of non-ferrous metals and their exceedingly heavy import bill have highlighted the total indispensability of developing substitute non-ferrous alloys based on indigenous metals-- one of the most important metals being aluminium in the background of its extensive ore deposits in India. India possesses almost unlimited resources of bauxite. During the first half of the current year over 26600 tonnes of aluminium metal were produced; an annual target of 148 000 tonnes of aluminium metal were produced; an annual home demands are expected to rise to 2370000 tonnes by 1970-71.

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Uncontrolled Keywords:Aluminium; industrial electricity; electrical motors; capacitors
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Deposited By:Sahu A K
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