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Old 04-02-2005, 11:38 AM
Lani McGregor
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Originally posted by Tom Littleton
From Robert Stephen in 1996 come these results (done at Corning Experimental Labratories I believe). These tests were done to the ASTM C336 standard. Annealing Point-499 degrees C (930 degrees F) and Strain Point-461 degrees C (861 degrees F)
Tom, thanks for this! Great info
Why were these tests done?

Was a COE measured at this time? If not, why not?

Did Robert's tests pre-date Woolley's?
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