Metallurgy Fundamentals Ferrous and Nonferrous 5th Edition, by Daniel A. Brandt and J. C. Warner offers the scholar with instruction on the fundamental properties, characteristics, and production of the foremost metal families. This text supplies an understanding of how metallurgy immediately relates to the mechanical properties of commercial components.
Clear, concise language and quite a few illustrations make this a simple-to-understand text for an introductory course in metallurgy. Over 450 tables, diagrams, and photographs show both the theoretical and sensible elements of metallurgy.
This book offers basic data of metals if they’re going to find a way choose and buy the correct components, undertaken drawback fixing and failure analysis, undertake upkeep or make engineering modifications and for individuals who want to know how long a element will last.
Metallurgy Fundamentals: Ferrous and Nonferrous 5th Edition gives that fundamental working knowledge of metals in a comprehensive and concise form that engineers need. As it is a fundamental course it’s suitable for any engineer working in any industry who would benefit from knowing more about metals. It starts in the beginning of the steels story right from ‘what is a metal.
This text builds step-by-step from carbon steels, by means of alloy steels to stainless steels and non ferrous alloys equivalent to aluminum and copper. Along the way you’ll study how metals are strengthened and heat treated to provide a wide range of parts with vastly differing mechanical properties.
Metallurgy Fundamentals: Ferrous and Nonferrous [Hardcover]
Daniel A. Brandt and J. C. Warner
Goodheart-Willcox Co; 5th edition (January 15, 2009)
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