THE adaptation and application of the cumulative experience of practical and theoretical research to the problems of industry has led to the solving of many of its problems and the linking up of industries of very diverse natures. Materials, processes, and mechanisms have been developed in many instances to an almost perfected state, leading to an economy in power consumption, reduced production costs, greater efficiency of the unit, and increased service life. Yet the protection of materials, particularly metals, employed in industry has not revealed itself to the same extent, more because of the enormity of the field of application than lack of development in this direction.
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