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Machining copper and its alloys

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        StatementCopper Development Association
        PublishersCopper Development Association
        LC Classifications1970
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 90 p. :
        Number of Pages54
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        ISBN 10nodata
        2Technical note -- TN3

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Semi-Red Brass C84200 to C84800 —Semi-red brass has higher zinc content than the red brasses, which reduces corrosion resistance, lowers raw material costs and lightens the color but has little effect on strength.

Design for Manufacturing The choice of alloy and casting method sand, permanent mold, die or investment casting determines the mechanical and physical properties, section size, wall thickness and surface finish that can be achieved. 3 cm, probably from modern-daynow in the, USA Copper alloys are metal that have as their principal component. Catalogue Persistent Identifier APA Citation Copper Development Association Great Britain. Copper Alloys In order to enhance or add certain properties, copper is commonly combined with other elements to form copper alloys.

The three SeBiLOY alloys were developed to minimize lead leaching into potable water and to replicate the high machinability and pressure tightness of leaded brass. It originally referred to alloys in which tin was the major alloying element.

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25 Spring temper — 122 4 241 High fatigue-strength and spring qualities Yellow or High brass ASTM B36, B134, B135 Cu 65. Following is a list of the various cast copper alloy families. Although this property unique to copper decreases upon alloying, it is retained at a useful level in many alloys, such as copper-nickel;•