Research in Physical Metallurgy

CIM Bulletin, 1947


IT IS difficult co know how to deal with this subject before a group having such mixed interests. The mining man is not coo concerned with the problems of alloy research . The engineer is more interested in properties of materials than how these properties can be achieved. The business man feels that scientific history and prognostication are not for him, predicting trends or possible developments in the economic field being a more than sufficient occupation.