THE previous articles in this series, concerning the titanium, magnesium and aluminium alloys, followed a very similar form, in that in each case consideration of the aircraft engineering applications was preceded by a metallurgical appreciation of the alloy systems under review. In the case of steels, a comprehensive article on similar lines would be nothing less than a monograph, and if steels are to be discussed within the space of a single article, then a quite different approach must be adopted. This review will not, then, examine steels generally in any great metallurgical detail, but will rather consider their special merits in aircraft engineering, particularly in the context of supersonic aircraft.
Kennedy, A. and Sollars, A. (1961), "Steels and Aircraft Engineering: The Fourth of a Series of Articles Describing the Materials Used in Aircraft Construction", Aircraft Engineering and Aerospace Technology, Vol. 33 No. 4, pp. 94-99. https://doi.org/10.1108/eb033396Download as .RIS
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