We, The Metallic Alloys, learned to communicate together while working on a difficult project. We achieved this by working together in an orderly and timely fashion. Whenever we had a problem or a question we asked Mrs. Birkmier. She helped us with everything we needed from her and overall, we agree that we couldn't have had a better teacher to help us with this project. We easily got along with understanding each other very well and hope we can work together again sometime. We also made sure we kept in contact with our technical adviser. Over all we did our best to keep this project running peacefully.
We learned that the alloy lithium-titanium is not quite as good as the alloy lithium-aluminum. Lithium-aluminum is stronger, lighter, reasonably priced, reduces friction better, has a higher melting point, and reduces corrosion. Therefore it is one of the most reliable alloys for car, train, marine, and aircraft parts. The Chassis car company uses lithium-aluminum for its car's frames. We learned all this by researching (see reference page). We have kept contact with someone from Chassis and have and talked to him. We did have to learn a lesson from Mrs. Birkmier too. She taught us to challenge ourselves by doing better than best.