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du·ral·u·min

 (do͝o-răl′yə-mĭn, dyo͝o-)
n.
An alloy of aluminum that contains copper, manganese, magnesium, iron, and silicon and is resistant to corrosion by acids and seawater.

[Originally a trademark.]

Duralumin

(djʊˈræljʊmɪn)
n
(Aeronautics) trademark a light strong aluminium alloy containing 3.5–4.5 per cent of copper with small quantities of silicon, magnesium, and manganese; used in aircraft manufacture. Also called: duraluminium

du•ral•u•min

(dʊˈræl yə mɪn, dyʊ-)

n.
a strong, lightweight alloy of aluminum, copper, and other metals, used in aircraft construction.
[1905–10; < Latin dūr(us) hard + alumin (um)]
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Noun1.Duralumin - an aluminum-based alloy
trademark - a formally registered symbol identifying the manufacturer or distributor of a product
alloy, metal - a mixture containing two or more metallic elements or metallic and nonmetallic elements usually fused together or dissolving into each other when molten; "brass is an alloy of zinc and copper"
Al, aluminium, aluminum, atomic number 13 - a silvery ductile metallic element found primarily in bauxite
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As a high-resistance measuring element in this shunt structure, parallel-connected straight-line segments of nichrome wire were placed along the circumference between two massive coaxial cylindrical electrodes of the shunt internal brass and outer duralumin [9].
of Duralumin (the commercial name of an alloy of aluminum and copper that had been developed in Germany) instead of the customary wooden frames covered with fabric.
The airplane was built by Rimowa, a Swiss luggage company known for its grooved aluminum metal luggage, which resembles the duralumin skin of the new airplane.
Anodizing was first used in 1923 to protect Duralumin seaplane components from seawater corrosion.
Calculated temperatures during the cold drawing process (adiabatic process) Material Value of the drawing relation in the first operation 0,6 0,55 0,50 0,45 Low carbon steel 60 69 80 93 Stainless steel 94 112 132 156 Aluminium 38 42 47 53 Duralumin 65 76 88 103 Table 2.
Dubey, "Taguchi based fuzzy logic optimization of multiple quality characteristics in laser cutting of Duralumin sheet," Optics and Lasers in Engineering, vol.
This particular design was a partial success and later Junkers airplanes used lighter duralumin, an early age-hardenable aluminum allow first introduced in 1909.
The deflection of all five designs blades were computed assuming that they are made of 6 mm thickness duralumin sheet, supported slidingly along the entire perimeter.
THE HISTORY BUFF CREATED to commemorate 75 years since the Battle of Britain, these poppy-shaped cufflinks are crafted from duralumin metal taken from a real Spitfire P7350, of which, your dad will tell you, there are only 35 left (the material was removed during restoration).
Alexander THE HISTORY BUFF CREATED A to commemorate 75 years since the Battle of Britain, these poppy-shaped cufflinks are crafted from duralumin metal taken from a real Spitfire P7350, of which, your dad will tell you, there are only 35 left (the material was removed during restoration).
lot 3: non-ferrous metals in various shapes and sizes (AG3-M aluminum, duralumin, copper, brass, bronze and lead);