air-melted alloy


air-melted alloy
выплавленный на воздухе сплав

hard alloy — твердый сплав

cast alloy — литейный сплав

copper alloy — медный сплав

heavy alloy — тяжелый сплав

iron alloy — железный сплав


English-Russian big polytechnic dictionary. 2014.

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