Accession Number : ADA302011
Title : Conservation and Substitution Technology for Critical Materials. Volume 2,
Corporate Author : NATIONAL BUREAU OF STANDARDS WASHINGTON DC CENTER FOR MATERIALS SCIENCE
Personal Author(s) : Gray, Allen G. ; Nash, Robert T.
PDF Url : ADA302011
Report Date : APR 1982
Pagination or Media Count : 583
Abstract : The United States is highly vulnerable to problems in supply of critical and strategic materials and it is recognized that there is a whole spectrum of options for responding to such crises. While a number of supply oriented options are under study by various groups, the focus of this Workshop was on the technical options. The Workshop was held principally to develop information for the report required by the Department of Commerce, but should also be useful to the other agencies in their responsibilities. The DoC report is supposed to identify a materials needs case related to national security, economic well-being, and industrial productivity, to assess critical materials needs, and to recommend programs to meet these needs. jg p.583
Descriptors : *SUBSTITUTES, *CONSERVATION, *STRATEGIC MATERIALS, NATIONAL SECURITY, UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT, EMERGENCIES, INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION, VULNERABILITY, TITANIUM, CHROMIUM, SUPPLIES, TANTALUM, CRITICALITY(GENERAL), COBALT.
Subject Categories : Inorganic Chemistry
Logistics, Military Facilities and Supplies
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE