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Processing & Handling :: Engineering Materials

July 1, 2006

Materials of Construction for Low-Temperature and Cryogenic Processes

To succeed in materials selection for subzero temperatures, appreciate the importance of impact strength

Krupavaram Nalli, Mott MacDonald & Co. LLC

    Trends in the worldwide chemical process industries, especially a steep rise in the compression and liquefaction of gases to lower the costs of their storage and transportation, have heightened the engineer's need to have a working familiarity...

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