1968-04-09

Nickel-Copper-Columbium Steel — A New Concept in High Strength Constructional Materials 680246

A low alloy, age hardening nickel-copper-columbium steel has been developed which combines high strength with excellent ductility and adequate toughness for ambient temperature applications. Low carbon content enhances its weldability and a simple heat treatment permits prefabrication of complex structures. These properties permit the designer a wider latitude and provide a basis for economic fabrication and repair of engineered structures.

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