tin bronze

tin bronze

[′tin ′bränz]
(metallurgy)
A tin-copper alloy.
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1252 - The colossal statute, the Great Buddha at Kamakura, Japan, is cast in high-lead tin bronze.
The low-lead tin bronze (alloy C83450) was the most difficult to cast in a permanent mold because of its high drossing tendency and proneness to hot tearing.
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By comparison, a standard tin bronze is much more fluid and its wide freezing range assures ease of casting with any standard foundry technique.
Tenders are invited for Isi Marked Lead Tin Bronze Globe Valve For Water Works Purpose Screwed Internal Ends With Intergral Seats Screwed On Bonnet Confirming Straight Way Type To Is: 778/1984 Reafffirmed -1995 Amendment No.
Early tin bronze in Central and Southern Europe, in M.
Tenders are invited for Pg Clamp 150/ 105-150 Tin Bronze With 16 Mm Dia Gi Bolt And Nut Complete As Per Rdso Drawing No.
Metallurgical analyses have also downplayed the significance of weaponry: Sana Ullah (1931: 481) and Rao (1973: 82; 1985: 522) claimed that the use of tin bronze was restricted to tools, jewellery and vessels.
Tenders are invited for Catenary Wire Splice 65 Made Of Tin Bronze / Aluminium Bronze Complete As Per Rdso Drawing No .
Though copper remained in use, tin bronze containing 2-10% Sn undoubtedly held a predominant place (Mei Jianjun et al.