Date of Award
Bachelor of Science in Metallurgical Engineering
Dr. F. A. Hames
Dr. J. G. Grunenfelder
Professor Ralph I. Smith
The role of liquid metals in industry is rapidly becoming of increasing importance. The physical and chemical tendencies of metals in the liquid condition must be ascertained before a metal in this form can be put to practical usage. In very many stages of mineral processing and recovery, in molten-metal baths for temperature control on heat treating, and in several industries where heat transfer is an important aspect, metals may be at one time or another in a liquid condition.
Hendra, David C., "Resistance of Solid Inconel to Attack by Liquid Indium" (1951). Bachelors Theses and Reports, 1928 - 1970. 334.
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