1943-01-01

NEW MATERIALS for AIRCRAFT ENGINES 430133

“CONSERVE strategic materials!” has been the cry dinned into the ears of the designer of wartime products; consequently, this report on new materials for aircraft engines is particularly timely. “The tremendous demands of war production,” the authors say, “have now revealed our resource shortages, and in our efforts to build war and transport machines it has become necessary to take conservation measures with some elements in particular and with all materials in general.”
The authors pay particular attention to new developments in the use of steels, plastics, synthetic rubber, and silver.

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