Strange request

I am looking for something strange. Does anyone have anecdotal evidence
of any material that when alloyed with or applied to structural steel can
accelerate creep at normal temperatures and sub-yield stresses?
TIA.
Reply to
Richard Burke
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Are you with Homeland Security?
We don't normally discuss metal rubberizing creams in an open newsgroup.
Reply to
Mark Thorson
Try applying heat. No need for anecdotal evidence...
Reply to
Gung Ho
Anything with a high energy alpha-particle (or fast neutron) emitting activity should do it.... do wear thick gloves when you smear it on, though. And don't lick your fingers!
Steve
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Steve Roberts

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