Aluminium And Its Alloys by Grard C.

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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). (c) Italy.

15. If the Shock Resistance curves (longitudinal and transverse) of Fig. 15 be compared with the Elongation curves of Figs. 5 and 6, it will be seen t h a t t h e y are of identical shape. At 50 % cold work, the Shock Resistance reaches almost its minimum value. I n the annealed state, the Shock Resistance varies between 8 and 8-5 kilogramme-metres per sq. , without any appreciable difference between test pieces cut longitudinally or transversely. This difference, however, becomes more marked as the cold work increases.

I n the case of t h e thick series, the maximum hardness, as also the maximum Tensile Strength, occurs at 200 % cold work. (b) Shore Scleroscope Tests on thin sheets. As ball tests are impossible on thin sheet, rebound tests were made, using the Shore apparatus, on sheets of the thin series, possessing respectively 50 %, 100 %, and 300 % cold work. The average scleroscope numbers of sheets 1 and 2 mm. thick are as follows :— Average scleroscope number Test pieces 1 mm. thick 2 mm. thick As annealed .

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