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Without any appreciable difference between test pieces cut longitudinally or transversely. This difference, however, becomes more marked as the cold work increases. Minimum Shock Resistance, 300 % cold work (longitudinal) 5 kg. m. per sq. cm. Minimum Shock Resistance, 300 % cold work (transverse) 3 kg. m. per sq. cm. 39 MECHANICAL PROPERTIES II. Variation of Brinell increasing of cold Hardness annealing work, and Shock temperature using test pieces after taken Resistance with varying from amounts sheets 10 mm, a n d 300 % cold thick.
To face PLATE IT. SAINT-JEAN—CYLINDRICAL DAM. WORKS AT SAINT-JEAN—AQUEDUCT ACROSS THE ARC. To face page^l 3 PLATE III. ENGINE-ROOM AT CALYPSO. WORLD'S PRODUCTION IS ALUMINA W O K K S . The alumina works are situated near the bauxite beds in Herault, Var, and Bouches-du-Rhone, at Gardanne and L a Barasse (Bouches-du-Rhone) and at Salindres (Gard). (b) Great Britain. Output about 6000 tons. There are two companies :— (i) The British Aluminium Company (Scotland a n d Norway), (ii) The Aluminium Corporation (works a t Dolgarrog, North Wales).
Mm. mm. Sheets of each of the above thicknesses were subjected to the following amounts of cold work, and the results investigated. Cold work 0% 50% 100% 300% Ratio S/sO (completely annealed) „ 1-5 „ 2 „ 4 Method of working sheets and slabs so as to obtain required amounts of cold work. Two methods were employed in the preliminary working of the sheets and slabs. FIRST METHOD. Annealed Metal. A slab 40 mm. thick at an initial temperature of 450° is reduced to the required thickness by hot rolling, without intermediate reheating, and is finally annealed a t 350°.
Aluminium And Its Alloys by Grard C.