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A High-hot-strength Vanadium-base Alloy.
Keith GH; Winston JS
Metals Eng Quart 1970 Aug; 10(3):1 pages
A vanadium-base alloy that had exceptionally high strength at temperatures up to 1,200 deg. C was developed. This alloy was composed of 20 percent mo, 10 percent ti, 0.1 percent c, 0.5 percent si, and 0.5 percent y and was capable of fabrication to sheet 1.0 To 1.5 Mm in thickness by a combination of hot swaging and hot and warm rolling.
Issue of Publication
Metals Eng. Quart., V. 10, No. 3, August 1970, P. 56
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