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Unformatted text preview: uminum sheet and extrusions will have a strong
future in the development of rail transportation systems
around the world, and in striving to attain a situation of
sustainable mobility for future generations.
Editor’s Note: For more information on how to obtain Aluminum
Association publications, go to: www.aluminum.org/bookstore.
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2. Langan, Timothy, “High Strength, Lightweight Car
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Mat. Sci. Forum, Vols. 390-402, pp 3-8, 2002.
4. Burgert, Philip, American Metal Market, September
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6. “Mitigating Greenhouse Gas Emissions: Voluntary
Reporting” (Report DOE/EIA-0608 (96), U.S. Department of Energy, 1996).
8. Johnstown America website: www.johnstownamerica.
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