new alloy

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  • The government rejected his application saying that it was not a new alloy.
  • These new alloy gives designer a large degree of freedom to match the situation in different situations.
  • Over the years, many new alloys have been developed using the same principles of rapid solidification.
  • Experimental series "Y" was successful, and gave its name to the new alloy.
  • A new alloy factory was built and the power station was also extended with the building of a new station in 1914.
  • The Roman period shows technical innovations, with crucibles for new methods used to produce new alloys.
  • Three hundred men were employed there, but demand for the new alloys, and profits, did not meet expectations.
  • Styling front and rear was updated, along with new alloy wheels on all models.
  • The new alloy includes molybdenum which has better heat dissipation performance.
  • When perfected, the new alloy was 300 times stronger than other types at that time.
  • I need only to call to your mind the number of new alloys which, for almost endless different purposes, have come into use during the last eight or ten years. Cited from Scientific American Supplement, No. 481, March 21, 1885, by Various
  • There are also new mirrors and new alloy wheel designs.
  • New alloy development and lower costs that make magnesium competitive with aluminium will increase the number of automotive applications.
  • This is a comparatively new alloy which stands high temperatures without bending. Cited from The Working of Steel, by Fred H. Colvin and A. Juthe
  • Before a consensus can be formed, however, their lab is attacked by the Terrorcons, who are after their new alloy.
  • They were completely dismantled and rebuilt, having DTD683 components removed and replaced by new alloy sections.
  • The structure was built from a new alloy of aluminum and copper known as duralumin.
  • New alloy wheels have also been designed for the Cruze.
  • The automotive field has done much to develop not only new alloys but efficient methods of working them and has been drawn on liberally so as to show the best practice. Cited from The Working of Steel, by Fred H. Colvin and A. Juthe
  • Much was lost that could never be recovered; and if new gold was added to the currency of the spirit, new alloys were wrought into its substance. Cited from The Unity of Civilization, by Various, Ed. by F.S. Marvin
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