Definition of Tobin bronze
1. Noun. Alpha-beta brass containing tin; resistant to sea water; Admiralty Metal is a trademark.
Generic synonyms: Alpha-beta Brass, Muntz Metal, Yellow Metal
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Literary usage of Tobin bronze
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1. The Mechanical Engineer's Pocket-book: A Reference Book of Rules, Tables by William Kent (1902)
"tobin bronze. —This alloy is practically a sterro or delta metal with the addition of a ... The following analyses of tobin bronze were made by Dr. Chas. ..."
2. The Science of Railways by Marshall Monroe Kirkman (1914)
"tobin bronze Nut for Bolt lot 115. Final Overflow Valve Stein. Disc for 117. ... tobin bronze Stud for Connecting Rod. Tobin Bronte Stud for 122 and 133. ..."
3. Handbook for Machine Designers and Draftsmen by Frederick Arthur Halsey (1913)
"tobin bronze. Turned and straightened rods for various purposes where strength and resistance to corrosion are required; also for hot forging. ..."
4. The Mechanical Engineer's Pocket-book: A Reference-book of Rules, Tables by William Kent (1898)
"tobin bronze.—This alloy is practically a sterro or delta metal with »addition of a small ... The following analyses of tobin bronze were made by Dr. Chas. ..."
5. The Practical Brass and Iron Founder's Guide: A Treatise on Brass Founding by James Larkin (1892)
"tobin bronze. This alloy is practically a sterro or delta metal with the addition of a small amount of lead, which tends to render copper softer and more ..."
6. Oxy-acetylene Welding: A Comprehensive Treatise on the Practice of Welding by Samuel Wylie Miller (1916)
"tobin bronze is somewhat more fluid, and while, in many cases, ... tobin bronze is really a Tobin brass, as it consists mostly of copper and zinc. ..."
7. The Encyclopedia Americanaedited by Frederick Converse Beach, George Edwin Rines edited by Frederick Converse Beach, George Edwin Rines (1903)
"tobin bronze is used in marine work. An important group of copper alloys, in the manufacture of which a large amount of copper is used, ..."