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RE: Was Pearl Harbor Preemptive? - 12/13/2018 7:03:57 AM   
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NO.

29 replies and no one mentioned the most pertinent unavoidable issue about Inconel 625.

LOW ELEVATED

Inconel 625 can't be used for Low elevated temperature and is inferior to 624.

That's some science-fiction.

It is well known that Inconel 625 deals superbly with High elevated temperature. But is equally at home in the low elevated environment. If you want the best product for all tubing needs - Inconel 625 is where it's at.

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RE: Was Pearl Harbor Preemptive? - 12/13/2018 12:20:19 PM   
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Well, the problem with USA and his relations with Japan was expect Japan do nothing or do what can be engaged on his own terms.

Japan was not specially strong in land area (core of army stuck in China and not enough resources to deal with core objetives and interesting objetives at same time... landings eat a lot of resources) and this maybe is why allies in Pacific survive first 7 months of war... imagine a landing force at same time air attack... USA could be forced to attack attack attack to recover the terrain and Japan could ambush them in a moment USA lacks the "cheat" of know what enemy was planning.

Pearl Harbour was a hit and run attack, more successfull than USA expected (Taranto attack for made the type of attack was not a total surprise surprise... but at least the submarine part failed unlike the Alexandria raid) but less valuable from a japanese perspective (Carriers dictate the operations in Pacific war for main actors in sea part).

As movie... Pearl harbour is a clear a lot of spam between the 2-3 better moments... well, at least in the end SPOILER WARNING!!! appear Captain America and saves the day... well this is false but could elevate movie quality

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RE: Was Pearl Harbor Preemptive? - 12/13/2018 1:04:14 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: warspite1
Inconel 625 is where it's at.


Where what's at?

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RE: Was Pearl Harbor Preemptive? - 12/14/2018 3:20:37 AM   
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ORIGINAL: Chickenboy


quote:

ORIGINAL: warspite1
Inconel 625 is where it's at.


Where what's at?
warspite1

The extraordinarily riveting world of tubing application in both the industrial and domestic spheres.

Keep up!




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RE: Was Pearl Harbor Preemptive? - 12/14/2018 2:12:47 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: warspite1

quote:

ORIGINAL: Chickenboy


quote:

ORIGINAL: warspite1
Inconel 625 is where it's at.


Where what's at?
warspite1

The extraordinarily riveting world of tubing application in both the industrial and domestic spheres.

Keep up!



No no no, you git. Inconel 625 is not used for riveting at all! See this excellent review of the riveting world in applications for the industrial and domestic spheres:

https://www.thomasnet.com/about/rivets-68323401.html

Please note the final sentence of the opening summary paragraph: "Perhaps the most important aspect of a rivet is its ability to withstand significant cold-working without degradation."

In other words, rivet fasteners excel in their ability to withstand stresses in the low elevated temperature environment.



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