Calculating Thermal Expansion Part 3 -Tailoring Thermal Expansion to Achieve Zero Expansion with ALLVAR Alloys

Pairing negative thermal expansion ALLVAR Alloys with material with known positive thermal expansion means you can calculate how to achieve an overall Zero thermal expansion across the entire assembly, rod, strut or other component.

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