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Steel Metallurgy For The Non Metallurgist

Author: John D. Verhoeven
Publisher: ASM International
ISBN: 1615030565
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This book explains the metallurgy of steel and its heat treatment for non-metallurgists. It starts from simple concepts--beginning at the level of high-school chemistry classes--and building to more complex concepts involved in heat treatment of most all types of steel as well as cast iron. It was inspired by the author when working with practicing bladesmiths for more than 15 years. Most chapters in the book contain a summary at the end. These summaries provide a short review of the contents of each chapter. This book is THE practical primer on steel metallurgy for those who heat, forge, or machine steel.

Metallurgy For The Non Metallurgist Second Edition

Author: Arthur C. Reardon
Publisher: ASM International
ISBN: 1615038450
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The completely revised Second Edition of Metallurgy for the Non-Metallurgist provides a solid understanding of the basic principles and current practices of metallurgy.

This major new edition is for anyone who uses, makes, buys or tests metal products. For both beginners and others seeking a basic refresher, the new Second Edition of the popular Metallurgy for the Non-Metallurgist gives an all-new modern view on the basic principles and practices of metallurgy. This new edition is extensively updated with broader coverage of topics, new and improved illustrations, and more explanation of basic concepts.

Why are cast irons so suitable for casting? Do some nonferrous alloys respond to heat treatment like steels? Why is corrosion so pernicious? These are questions that can be answered in this updated reference with many new illustrations, examples, and descriptions of basic metallurgy.

Metallurgy For The Non Metallurgist

Author: Harry Chandler
Publisher: ASM International
ISBN: 9780871706522
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Technicains, laboratory personnel, designers, purchasers and salespeople agree - if you work for a metals-related company, you need this basic reference for the non-metallurgist! ItAs written for beginners as wel as those who need to refresh their understanding of a particular topic. Well-illustrated and indexed, the book makes technical subjects easy to understand and provides a complete glossary of metallurgical terms. Coverage of basic information on metallurgical and general engineering makes this a superb textbook. Contents: History of Alloy Development Atom Behavior in Alloys Steels and Cast Irons Nonferrous Metals and Alloys Heat Treatment of Steel Heat Treatment of Nonferrous Alloys Hot and Cold Working Fabricability Material Selection Service Failures Corrosion Quest for Quality 20th Century Metallurgical Progress Glossary.

Iron And Steel

Author: William F. Hosford
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 110701798X
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"Modern civilization as we know it would not be possible without iron and steel. Steel is essential in the machinery neccessary for the manufacture of all our needs. Even the words themselves have come to suggest strength. Phrases such as "iron willed," "iron fisted", "iron clad","iron curtain," and "pumping iron," imply strength. A "steely glance" is a stern look. "A heart of steel" refers to a very bad demeanor. The Russian dictator, Stalin (which means steel in Russian), chose the name to invoke fear in those under him. This book is intended both as a resource for engineers and as an introduction to the layman about our most important metal system. After an introductions that deals with the history and refining of iron and steel, the rest of the book examines their physical properties and metallurgy"--

Early Modern Color Worlds

Author: Tawrin Baker
Publisher: BRILL
ISBN: 9004316604
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Many challenges hinder the historical study of early modern color. These essays offer a way forward through the category of ‘color worlds’—constituted by practices, concepts and objects—and examine the emergence of the languages and objects used to communicate between them.