By Leonard E. Samuels
With a wealth of micrographs and the explanatory textual content to cause them to beneficial, this publication is a "must have" reference for all folks operating irons and steels. each one micrograph is followed by way of info at the composition, , etchant, magnification. This "how to" ebook not just supplies on a daily basis operating examples, but additionally discusses the connection among the structure, homes, and microstructure of assorted carbon metal items. Key beneficial properties contain over 1,200 micrographs that illustrate the constructions mentioned, greater than ninety different figures, and outlines of etching tools used to bare vital structural positive aspects.
desk of Contents
2. Nomenclature of levels and elements
three. part ameliorations
four. Low-Carbon Irons and Steels
five. Low-Carbon Structural Steels
6. Steels within the Annealed and Normalized stipulations
7. Spheroidization and Graphitization
nine. Transformation of Austenite
10. Tempering of Martensite
12. floor Oxidation, Decarburization, and Carburizing
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Light Microscopy of Carbon Steels by Leonard E. Samuels