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Steel Metallurgy for the Non Metallurgist

Steel Metallurgy for the Non Metallurgist Author John D. Verhoeven
ISBN-10 9781615030569
Release 2007
Pages 220
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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.



Steel Metallurgy for the Non metallurgist

Steel Metallurgy for the Non metallurgist Author John D. Verhoeven
ISBN-10 0871708582
Release 2007-01
Pages 220
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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 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

Metallurgy for the Non Metallurgist Author Harry Chandler
ISBN-10 0871706520
Release 1998-03-01
Pages 284
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Chandler, a nonmetallurgist, provides an overview of the subject for other nonmetallurgists. Topics include early developments; atoms and groups of atoms; upgrading pure metals and alloys; precipitation hardening treatments; artificial and natural aging; properties of steels and cast irons; nonferro



Metallurgy for the Non Metallurgist Second Edition

Metallurgy for the Non Metallurgist  Second Edition Author Arthur C. Reardon
ISBN-10 9781615038459
Release 2011
Pages 513
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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.



Steel Metallurgy

Steel Metallurgy Author S. K. Mandal
ISBN-10 9789351342724
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Properties, Specifications and Applications: Covering the subject of steel metallurgy from its applications point of view, this book discusses the applied metallurgical knowledge required for easy-learning about steels, their properties, specifications, heat treatment and applications. : The book is conceptually divided into four parts: ÿThe first part introduces the basic metallurgical facts about steel and its characteristics, covers the most important aspects of steel metallurgy, its applications, and fundamental features of steelmaking and rolling processes, and highlights the different types of properties of steel and the need for testing and evaluation: ÿDiscussing the classifications, specifications and properties of steels in a more quantitative manner (based on popular standards and standard-based data), the second part focuses on different steel grades and their merits and properties for selection and applications ÿThe third part focuses on heat treatment and welding of steels, various heat treatment methods and their purposes, and basic aspects of welding and welding precautions in steels ÿDwelling on the application of steels, the fourth part discusses the totality of steel applications from the point of view of reliability and component integrity, the importance of cost and quality optimization in applications, and the criticality of design and manufacturing quality for prevention of failures Steel Metallurgy has been designed to provide all necessary information and practice-based knowledge about steel characteristics, steel properties, steel grades, and steel applications for selecting, processing and using steels with right understanding and for the right purposes.ÿ Highlights of the book: ÿProvides deep theoretical and practice-based knowledge about steels, their properties, specifications, heat treatment and applications ÿIncludes large number of examples, illustrations and case studies ÿIncludes elaborate Index of contents for cross-referencing, a Bibliography for further reading and reference, and Glossary of Important Metallurgical Terms ÿSimplified and highly illustrated narration ideal for metallurgical students, metallurgists and non-metallurgical engineers The book is intended for both students and practitioners. The book will help students of metallurgy and other engineering disciplines to understand the applied and functional-basics of steels relating to their properties, specifications and applications. Engineers and technical personnel in industries dealing with steel processing and its uses will benefit from the hard look the book takes for the precise selection of steel for the right purposes by providing workable knowledge on steel metallurgy and steel specifications. ÿ



Steels

Steels Author D. T. Llewellyn
ISBN-10 9781483144764
Release 2013-10-22
Pages 314
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Steels: Metallurgy and Applications deals with the metallurgy and applications of steel and covers the broad spectrum of the mainstream commercial grades as well as the service or manufacturing requirements that govern their use. Standard specifications and some of the design considerations that provide satisfactory service performance are considered. Brief reference is also made to some of the steel prices that were effective on January 1, 1991. Comprised of five chapters, this book begins with an overview of technological trends in the steelmaking industry since 1980s, paying particular attention to energy conservation, iron-making, continuous casting, and product requirements. The next chapter is devoted to low-carbon strip steels and their cold-forming behavior, applications, and metallurgical factors affecting cold formability. The third chapter focuses on low-carbon structural steels and their strengthening mechanisms, while the fourth chapter considers engineering steels and their heat treatment aspects. The final chapter describes stainless steels and their composition-structure relationships, commercial grades, corrosion resistance, welding, and cold working. The mechanical properties of stainless steels at elevated and sub-zero temperatures are also examined. This monograph will be of interest to students and practicing metallurgists.



Stainless Steels for Design Engineers

Stainless Steels for Design Engineers Author Michael F. McGuire
ISBN-10 9781615030590
Release 2008
Pages 304
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The rate of growth of stainless steel has outpaced that of other metals and alloys, and by 2010 may surpass aluminum as the second most widely used metal after carbon steel. The 2007 world production of stainless steel was approximately 30,000,000 tons and has nearly doubled in the last ten years. This growth is occurring at the same time that the production of stainless steel continues to become more consolidated. One result of this is a more widespread need to understand stainless steel with fewer resources to provide that information. The concurrent technical evolution in stainless steel and increasing volatility of raw material prices has made it more important for the engineers and designers who use stainless steel to make sound technical judgments about which stainless steels to use and how to use them.



Steels Microstructure and Properties

Steels  Microstructure and Properties Author Harry Bhadeshia
ISBN-10 9780080462929
Release 2011-04-01
Pages 360
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Steels represent the most widely-used metallic alloy, possessing a wide range of microstructures and mechanical properties. By examining the mechanical properties of steels in conjunction with microstructure this book provides a valuable description of the development and behaviour of these materials - the very foundation of their widespread use. Updated throughout and including new chapters on nanostructured steels, and new alloys and technologies for the energy and automobile industries, the book is clearly written and illustrated, with extensive bibliographies and real-life examples. An essential reference, both compact and readily comprehensive, for metallurgists and engineers in both industry and academia. Covers the microstructure, mechanical behaviour and properties of steels, the most widely-used metallic alloy Thoroughly updated with new materials and technologies Respected author team who bring their wide experience to students and professionals



Heat Treater s Guide

Heat Treater s Guide Author Harry Chandler
ISBN-10 0871705206
Release 1994-12-31
Pages 904
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This edition is a complete revision and contains a great deal of new subject matter including information on ferrous powder metallurgy, cast irons, ultra high strength steels, furnace atmospheres, quenching processes, SPC and computer technology. Data on over 135 additional irons and steels have been added to the previously-covered 280 alloys.



Fundamentals of Metallurgical Processes

Fundamentals of Metallurgical Processes Author Lucien Coudurier
ISBN-10 9781483162409
Release 2013-10-22
Pages 416
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Fundamentals of Metallurgical Processes, Second Edition reviews developments in the design, control, and efficiency of metallurgical processes. Topics covered include thermodynamic functions and solutions as well as experimental and bibliographical methods, heterogeneous reactions, metal extraction, and iron and steelmaking. This book is comprised of eight chapters and begins with an overview of the fundamentals of thermodynamics (functions, relationships, and behavior of solutions), followed by a discussion on methods of obtaining thermodynamic data from tables and graphs and by experiment. The kinetics of heterogeneous reactions in metallurgy are examined next, with particular reference to heterogeneous catalysis and mass transfer between immiscible liquid phases. The following chapters focus on the extraction of metals from oxides, sulfides, and halides; the production of iron and steel; the structure and properties of slags; slag/metal reactions; and equilibria in iron and steel production. The final chapter consists entirely of solved problems. This monograph will be of interest to metallurgists and materials scientists.



Tool Steels

Tool Steels Author Rafael A. Mesquita
ISBN-10 9781351722292
Release 2016-12-19
Pages 245
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This handy book provides a single, up-to-date source of information for increasing the life of tool steels through optimized design and manufacturing. Supplying a solid understanding of the metallurgy involved, the text explains how material compositions, manufacturing processes, heat treatments, surface hardening techniques, and coatings affect tool steel properties, grades, and performance. It also explores real-life case studies and failure analyses, offering examples of die-life parameters and hints for modifying tool steels and heat treatments during cutting or forming processes. While the book offers deep coverage of properties, microstructure, and manufacturing, its focus is on describing the performance of each application of this special class of ferrous materials. Provides a single, up-to-date source of information for increasing the life of tool steels through optimized design and manufacturing. Explains how material compositions, manufacturing processes, heat treatments, surface hardening techniques, and coatings affect tool steel properties, grades, and performance. Supplies a solid understanding of the metallurgy involved in tool steel manufacturing, machining, hot and cold working, and molding. Offers examples of die-life parameters and hints for modifying tool steels and heat treatments during cutting or forming processes. Includes real-life case studies and failure analyses from the Villares Metals plant in Brazil.



Theory and Methods of Metallurgical Process Integration

Theory and Methods of Metallurgical Process Integration Author Ruiyu Yin
ISBN-10 9780128096307
Release 2016-05-26
Pages 336
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Theory and Methods of Metallurgical Process Integration analyzes the basic elements and characteristics of steel manufacturing processes and operation, also proposing a theory of precise dynamic design and integration of steel plants. Following several case studies, a new generation steel manufacturing process is proposed. Through deep description and analysis of the dynamic operation of the steel manufacturing process, this book can help readers understand that the study of dynamic integration for the "mass-energy-time-space-information" during the steel manufacturing process has to be highly emphasized in order to further promote optimization of the steel manufacturing process and plant. Extends the research methodology and future direction of the metallurgical process Concentrates on the study of the physical essence and the running rules of the dynamic operation of the steel manufacturing process Summarizes six rules for the dynamic operation of the steel manufacturing process for newly-built or existing steel plants, which provides useful guidance for engineering design, production technology, and production and technology management



Metallography of Steels Interpretation of Structure and the Effects of Processing

Metallography of Steels  Interpretation of Structure and the Effects of Processing Author Hubertus Colpaert
ISBN-10 9781627081498
Release 2018-08-01
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Updated and translated by André Luiz V. da Costa e Silva This book is a combination of a metallographic atlas for steels and cast irons and an introductory textbook covering the fundamentals of phase transformations and heat treatment of these materials. Every important stage of processing, from casting to cold working is clearly discussed and copiously illustrated with metallographs that show the obtained structures, both desired and those achieved when deviations occur. First published in 1951 by Professor Hubertus Colpaert from the Institute for Technological Research (IPT) of São Paulo, Brazil, this book became one of the most important Brazilian references for professionals interested in the processing, treatment, and application of steels and cast irons. In the Fourth Edition and English translation, updated and translated by Professor André Luiz V. da Costa e Silva, the concept of the of the original edition was preserved while the important developments of recent decades, both in metallographic characterization and in steel and iron products, as well as progress in the understanding of the transformations that made the extraordinary developments of these alloys possible, were added. Most metallographs are of actual industrial materials and a large number originate from industry leaders or laboratories at the forefront of steel and iron development. As steel continues to be the most widely used metallic material in the world, Metallography of Steels continues to be an essential reference for students, metallographers, and engineers interested in understanding processing-properties-structure relationships of the material. The balance between theoretical and applied information makes this book a valuable companion for even experienced steel practitioners.



Powder Metallurgy Stainless Steels

Powder Metallurgy Stainless Steels Author Erhard Klar
ISBN-10 9781615030521
Release 2007
Pages 243
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Powder Metallurgy Stainless Steels has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Powder Metallurgy Stainless Steels also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Powder Metallurgy Stainless Steels book for free.



Worldwide Guide to Equivalent Irons and Steels

Worldwide Guide to Equivalent Irons and Steels Author Fran Cverna
ISBN-10 9780871708229
Release 2006-01-01
Pages 1407
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More than 30,000 listings are presented in this edition with increased coverage from major steel producing countries such as China, India, and Japan.



Elements of Metallurgy and Engineering Alloys

Elements of Metallurgy and Engineering Alloys Author Flake C. Campbell
ISBN-10 9781615030583
Release 2008
Pages 656
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This practical reference provides thorough and systematic coverage on both basic metallurgy and the practical engineering aspects of metallic material selection and application.



Dictionary of Metals

Dictionary of Metals Author Harold M. Cobb
ISBN-10 9781615039920
Release 2012
Pages 357
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Dictionary of Metals has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Dictionary of Metals also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Dictionary of Metals book for free.