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bigtime work in progress need lots of defs and whatnot, but almost everything mentioned so far has an article that mmentions it. when i get some more time and finish up my thermo hw ill ahve more time to flesh this list out.
Any suggestions as to wether to approach this from a metallurgy or a metalworking prepective? they are different things. --Meawoppl 02:08, 9 November 2005 (UTC)
I noticed that the measurement heading was used and then it listed a bunch of things that can be measured. I feel a better heading for this may be Physical Properties. Oil/air/work hardneing and other things listed are functions of the physical property of the material. When I think of measurement with metal working I immediately think of calipers, micrometers, height gages, ring and plug gages, thread gages, etc.