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Architecture Puzzler #207

Aluminum, chromium, and nickel are three of the many elements that can be combined with carbon steel in order to modify steel properties. Which of these is for surface hardening, which is for increasing tensile strength, and which is for corrosion resistance?


 

Question from Last Week:
Architecture Puzzler #206

Why would I put these names in this order? Philip Johnson, Luis Barragan, James Stirling, Kevin Roche, I. M. Pei, Richard Meier, and Hans Hollein.  

Answer to Puzzler #206


 

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