Metallurgy for the Non-Metallurgist

Metallurgy for the Non-Metallurgist

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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; nonferroThe Chicago, Milwaukee aamp; St. Paul railroad was electrified by General Electric, including 42 electric locomotives rated at 3000 volts and ... wings and tubular multispars joined by multiple sets of drawn sections that were supported by a thin corrugated sheet skin shaped to the wing profile. ... However, the British had started to use electric arc welding in place of rivets. ... In 1917 General Electric Company went into limited production of home refrigerators at its plant in Ft. Wayne, Indiana.

Title:Metallurgy for the Non-Metallurgist
Author: Harry Chandler
Publisher:ASM International - 1998-03-01

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