Lead 65 documents the proceedings of the Second International Conference on Lead held in Arnhem, 4-7 October 1965. The conference was organized by the Lead Development Association on behalf of the European Lead Development Committee (ELDC). In these Edited Proceedings will be found the full text of 34 papers presented during the conference together with an account of the discussion which followed presentation of each paper or related groups of papers. The book opens with a discussion of trends in world lead consumption. The remainder of the book is organized into four sections. The papers in Section 1 focus on dispersion strengthened lead. Section 2 presents studies on lead cable sheathing. Section 3 examines lead acid batteries for various applications while the papers in Section 4 deal with chemical and other applications of lead.
Trends in World Lead Consumption Section 1: Dispersion Strengthened Lead The Structure and Properties of Dispersion Hardened Lead Dispersion Strengthened Lead for Cable Sheathing Dispersion Strengthened Lead. Properties and Potentialities in Chemical Plant and some Early Field Trials Joint Discussion Section 2: Lead Cable Sheathing Some Experiments on Factors Affecting the Extrusion of Lead and Lead Alloys in a Continuous, Screw Extrusion Machine Discussion The Fatigue of Lead Cable Sheath Materials Discussion Tests on Thirteen Different Lead Cable Sheathing Materials Service Performance of Lead Sheathed Cables Subject to Thermal Movement Discussion The Lead Sheath in German Power Cable Practice Discussion Pirelli General Lead Extruding Machine Die Centralizing Head New Developments in Hydraulic Presses for Lead Cable Sheathing Some Aspects of Sheathing Cables with the Hansson-Robertson No.3 Continuous Extrusion Machine Progress in the Continuous Extrusion of Lead-Alloyed Cable Sheath Production Experiments and Modifications to Hansson-Robertson Extruder Recent Modifications to the Hansson-Robertson Continuous Lead Extruder Joint Discussion Section 3: Lead Acid Batteries Battery Electric Road Vehicles Batteries for Industrial Trucks Battery-Driven Railcars Joint Discussion Maintenance-Free Lead Storage Batteries Miniature Sealed Lead Acid Batteries and Their Automatic Charging Joint Discussion The Development of Grid Casting Machines and Oxide Mills Discussion Additives for Low Temperature Battery Operation Discussion New Developments in Tubular Lead Acid Batteries Discussion Quality Control in the Design, Manufacture and Sale of Automotive Lead-Acid Batteries Discussion Section 4: Chemical and Other Applications
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- © Pergamon 1967
- 1st January 1967
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