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  2. Bull. Bur. Stds.,  7, p. 243; 1910.
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1917 (1)

Phys. Rev.,  9, p. 138; 1917.
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1914 (1)

Bull. Bur. Stds.,  11, p. 131; 1914.
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1912 (2)

Bull. Bur. Stds.,  9, p. 10; 1912.

Phys. Rev.,  34, p. 228; 1912.

1910 (1)

Bull. Bur. Stds.,  7, p. 243; 1910.

Bull. Bur. Stds. (3)

Bull. Bur. Stds.,  11, p. 131; 1914.
[Crossref]

Bull. Bur. Stds.,  7, p. 243; 1910.

Bull. Bur. Stds.,  9, p. 10; 1912.

Phys. Rev. (2)

Phys. Rev.,  34, p. 228; 1912.

Phys. Rev.,  9, p. 138; 1917.
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Fig. 1
Fig. 1

Sketch showing principal dimensions of extrusion piston and cylinder. The support for the die block shown beneath the cylinder can be screwed into the cylinder or held by machine screws.

Fig. 2
Fig. 2

Die block. The size and shape of orifice as well as the angle of approach can be varied to suit the requirements.