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e-Book Metallurgy fundamentals download

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by Daniel A Brandt

ISBN: 0870064754
ISBN13: 978-0870064753
Language: English
Publisher: Goodheart-Willcox Co (1985)
Pages: 256
Category: Engineering
Subategory: Building

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Rating: 4.1
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This book was a disappointment. The overall tone of the writing is childish - as if it were written for high-school or even middle-school students.

Only 18 left in stock (more on the way). This book was a disappointment. It has a number of errors (they refer to aluminum hydroxide as alumina - alumina is aluminum oxide - and this is a serious error because the mixup comes during the description of a process which ALSO includes aluminum oxide).

by J. C. Warner Daniel A. Brandt (Author).

Metallurgy Fundamentals: Ferrous and Nonferrous by Daniel A Brandt. Metallurgy Fundamentals provides the student with instruction on the basic properties, characteristics, and production of the major metal families

Metallurgy Fundamentals: Ferrous and Nonferrous by Daniel A Brandt. Shipped with USPS Priority Mail. Metallurgy Fundamentals provides the student with instruction on the basic properties, characteristics, and production of the major metal families. Over 450 tables,diagrams, and photographs show both the theoretical and practical aspects of metallurgy.

Metallurgy Fundamentals Brandt. this book provides a comprehensive treatment of the subject. Fundamentals of aluminium metallurgy Christian Oersted of Denmark produced minute quantities. 301 Pages · 2017 · . 4 MB · 992 Downloads ·English. Make yourself a priority once in a while. It's necessary this book provides a comprehensive treatment of the subject. The book, Fundamentals of Metallurgy Fund. Materials Science and Engineering Laboratory METALLURGY. 146 Pages·1997·355 KB·3,952 Downloads.

Over 450 tables, diagrams, and photographs show both the theoretical and practical aspects of metallurgy.

Metallurgy Fundamentals. Brandt, Daniel A. Published by Goodheart-Willcox Pub. ISBN 10: 0870069225 ISBN 13: 9780870069222.

Metallurgy Fundamentals book. Details (if other): Cancel. Metallurgy fundamentals. by. Brandt, Daniel A; Warner, J. (Jairus . Publication date. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books.

Provides instruction and information on the basic principles of metallurgy. Emphasizes the practical aspects of metallurgy. Explores the behavior of metals subjected to metallurgical processes and explains why certain material properties are desired and how these properties are attained. DLC: Iron--Metallurgy.
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This book was a disappointment. The overall tone of the writing is childish - as if it were written for high-school or even middle-school students. It has a number of errors (they refer to aluminum hydroxide as alumina - alumina is aluminum oxide - and this is a serious error because the mixup comes during the description of a process which ALSO includes aluminum oxide). My copy had several pages out of order (this is the fifth edition, so you'd think they would have sorted out things like this by now).

However, the biggest flaw in this book is that their explanations lack any depth and leave glaring questions unanswered. For example, when talking about steelmaking, they refer numerous times to a "Basic Oxygen Furnace", without once explaining why it is called "basic". I went to the Wikipedia article on the topic and immediately found the answer: strong alkaline chemicals are typically added to such a furnace as fluxes. This kind of information helps to form connections among the different subject areas which a student learns, in turn making sense out of an otherwise confusing subject.

On the plus side, the book does avoid complex jargon or math which makes it easy reading. I did learn a few things from it, but that's because I knew little about metallurgy before I began reading it. I could have learned more from a few evenings spent reading related Wikipedia articles.

elegant stranger
I am a PhD metallurgist and a professor at a major research university. I was looking for books for a new class.

The other 1-2 star reviews are quite correct. This is a decent book for lay people, and perhaps for mechanical engineers. The concepts are covered in a very superficial way, barely even at what I would call an application level. There are numerous errors in terminology, and the micrographs purporting to show various microstructures look like they've been run through a fax a few times.

The authors cover things like isothermal cooling diagrams, but don't even mention the much more useful continuous cooling curves, which are far superior for comparing with real-world quenching and annealing operations. There is a great deal in crystal structures and slip that is unnecessary for the lay reader and far too simplistic for an undergrad mat sci student - I kept wondering who the audience was for this book.

Finally, the authors are WAAAYYY too enamored with hardness, and state things about what hardness values tell you about material properties that are just flat wrong.

Hatе&love
I'm teaching myself blacksmithing and welding and I like to understand the why and the how behind the concepts and book does a nice job of explaining the how and why metals "work" and gives a really decent description of what is happening to the metal when you perform different heat treating processes. Not an in depth technical or scientific explanation but a good explanation written in easy to understand terms with a good use of pictures. Definitely an intro-level look at metals and metallurgy but for someone that doesn't have a strong chemistry background this might help understand some of the concepts in a way that makes sense.

Forey
Good book, was required for my Metallurgy class but we think it needs to be updated in the area of hardness testing. there's no mention of 'eddy current' testing or the Leeb version [update] of the Sonodur [rebound], units.

Leniga
This book was the required literature for my Metallurgy class.

The content of this book, in my opinion, is for a layman, which is exactly what I am. That being said, the information is very easy to decipher​.

Karon
Bought textbook for an ex-boyfriend. It was the correct one for the class he was taking and the correct edition, brand new and as described.

Nern
At work I am the technician in charge of running an Accellerated Corrosion Test. This book has helped me understand more about metals, so when engineers talk to me about pitting and cracking, I have some background knowledge of things and can give input

Overall, I enjoyed this book. The treatment of all steps of the steel-making process is thorough, and well-written for a new-comer to the topic. I especially liked the numerous photos/diagrams and step-by-step explanations and examples for how to read the various graphs (I-T, phase diagrams, etc.). These are items which are core to understanding, and where much of the knowledge/learning is embedded, but which often receive insufficient discussion in more-advanced texts (true for many disciplines).

In general, the earlier sections of the book devoted to steel were better-written, while the later sections on non-ferrous metals seemed less complete in terms of explaining the extraction/manufacture process steps.

In particular, I would have liked a little more labels on photos, especially for machinery, so that the components can be understood in terms of their contribution to overall function. Most of the photos are labeled adequately (overwhelmingly so), but sometimes it seemed like a picture was being shown for filler rather than discussion.

List:
Fig. 1-6, demonstration of tool wear
Fig. 6-25, oxygen lance
Fig. 6-40, reversing slab mill
Figs. 11-1,2, annealing furnaces
Figs. 15-6,9,12, pack-carburizing furnace
Fig. 15-15, flame hardening system
Fig. 17-4, pipe extrusion
Fig. 19-6 galvanization
Fig. 19-11, die casting
Fig. 19-13, wave soldering

To sum up: this book is easy enough to follow to be a fun read, but contains enough depth to serve as a pretty good reference.
Happy with my purchase!

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