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56 REFERENCES 1. Ahmad, I. and Picard, J. P., "Gun Tube Erosion and Control, " Paper No. At 714668, Watervliet Arsenal, Watervliet, New York, Feb. 25 and 26, 1970. 2. Adams, L., Kracek, F., and Benedict, W., "Hypervelocity Guns and the Control of Erosion," Summary Technical Report, Vol. 1, J.S. Burlea, ed., Office of Scientific Research and Development, National Defense Research Council, Washington, D. C., 1946 (AD221585 ATI 40176). 3. Panel on Gun Liners, "Research and Development of Materials for Gun Barrel Interior Protection, " Report No. MAB-86-M, Materials Advisory Board-National Research Council-National Academy of Sciences, Dec. 31, 1954. 4. The Metal Molybdenum, Proceedings of a Symposium sponsored by the Office of Naval Research, U.S. Navy, Sept. 18 and 19, 1956, American Society for Metals, Cleveland, Ohio 1958. 5. Ductile Chromium and Its Alloys, Proceedings of a Conference, Office of Ordance Research, U. S. Army, 1955 Metal Congress and Exposition of the American Society for Metals, American Society for Metals, Cleveland, Ohio, 1957. 6. Raymond, Paul, "Molybdenum Plating Inside Large Bore Tubes, " J. Electrochem. Soc. , Vol. 106, pp. 444-448, May 1959; and, "A Process for the Deposition of Molybdenum, " Metal Finishing, Vol. 104, pp. 349-352, Sept., 1957. 7. Russell, H.W. , Jackson, L.R., Remaly, E.J., and Faust, C.W. , "The Chromium Plating and Firing Tests on Seven 37 mm M3 Gun Tubes," Battelle Memorial Institute, Feb. 15, 1944 (W. A. L. File 731/75-8); and Lane, J.R., "Test of 37 mm Chrome-Plated Tubes, " Report No. BRL-MR- 380 (AD494 702), Ballistic Research Labs, Aberdeen Proving Ground Report, June 1945. 8. Kosting, Peter R., "Annual Reivew of Erosion Program, " Trip Report to the National Materials Advisory Board; Watervliet Arsenal, New York, April 3, 1974. 9. Corner, J., "Theory of the Interior Ballistics of Guns, " John Wiley & Sons, Inc. p. 425, 1950. 10. Evans, R. C., Horn, F.H., Shapiro, Z.M., Wagner, R. L., "The Chemical Erosion of Steel by Hot Gases Under Pressure, " J. Physical and Colloid Chemistry, Vol. 51, 11. 1404-29, 1947. ~~"' 11. Lenchitz, C., Silvestro, G., "A Study of the Erosion Process Using Several Group IV Oxides (U)," Feltman Research Laboratories, Report No. TM No. 1869, Picatinny Arsenal, Dec. 1960.

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57 12. Frazer, J.W. C, et. al., Vent Plug Erosion by Carbon Monoxide Gas Systems, NDRC Report No. A-310, CSRD Report No. 6327, Oct. 1944. 13. Frazer, J.W. C. et al., Iron Carbonyl Formation as a Mechanism Contributing to Gun Erosion, John Hopkins University, NDRC Report No. A-311, CSRD Report No. 6328, Oct. 1944. 14. Gun Tube Erosion and Control, Proceedings of the Interservice Technical Meeting held Feb. 25-26, 1970. 15. McLennan, Donald E., "Reduction of Gun Barrel Wear, " U. S. Patent 3,209,689, October 5, 1965. 16. Jacobson, David E., and Ek, Stig Y., "Wear Reduction Additives, " U. S. Patent 3,148,620, September 15, 1964. 17. Picard, Jean Paul, "Erosion Reducers, " U. S. Patent 3,392, 670, July 16, 1968. 18. Ayer, D. E., Henderson, M.A., and Montoya, R.M., "Results of Wear Reduction Programs Associated with Navy Gun Systems," Paper presented at Interservice Technical Meeting on Gun Tube Erosion and Control, Feb. 25-26, 1970. 19. Contract DAAG 46-72-C-0078 at Princeton University, New Jersey. 20. McKee, S.A., Jr. Research N. B. S. , Vol. 39, p. 155, 1947. 21. Dennis, J.K., and Still, F.A., "The Use of Electrodeposited Cobals Alloy Coatings to Enhance the Wear Resistance of Hot Forging Dies," Cobalt 1975-1, pp. 17-28. 22. "Forging and Casting," Metals Handbook, Vol. 5, Eighth Edition, 1970. 23. Newcomer, R.E., "Glass Bath Heating of Forging Stock, " Technical Report AFML-TR-71015, McDonnell Aircraft Co., March 1971. 24. Lowenstein, P., and Gorecki, T. A., "Production Techniques for Extruding and Drawing Beta III Titanium Alloy Shapes," Technical Report AFML-TR- 72-97, Whittaker Corporation/Nuclear Materials Division, May 1972. 25. Barnett, W.J., Bailey, P.J., and Klingler, L.J., "Manufacture of High Strength TD Nickel Chromium Tubing," Technical Report AFML-TR-72-104, Fansteel, Inc. July 1972. 26. Turner, F.S., "Manufacturing Technology for Materials, Designs and Fabrication of Extrusion Dies for Hot Extruding of Steel and Titanium Structural Sections, " Technical Report AFML-TR-73-61, Allegheny Ludlum Industries, Inc., April 1973. 27. Dieter, George, "Mechanical Metallurgy," p. 519.

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