2 edition of Iron and steel found in the catalog.
Iron and steel
Frank T McCue
1953 by U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Production Authority in Washington D.C .
Written in English
|Statement||[Frank T. McCue, Robert M. Weidenhammer and Jacob Levin]|
|Series||Historical reports on defense production -- report no. 28|
|Contributions||Weidenhammer, Robert M, Levin, Jacob, United States. National Production Authority|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2, , 378 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||378|
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Iron and steel remain the most commonly used materials in manufacturing. This book is a complete treatment of iron and steel including some history, how they are produced, descriptions of various steels and cast irons and their properties, and how they are heat by: 5.
Steel is essential in the machinery necessary for the manufacture of all our needs. Even the words themselves have come to suggest strength. Phrases such as "iron willed," "iron fisted," "iron clad," "iron curtain," and "pumping iron" imply strength/5(7).
Iron and Steel: A Treatise on the Smelting, Refining, and Mechanical Processes of the Iron and Steel Industry, Including the Chemical and Physical Characteristics of Wrought Iron, Carbon. An exploration of iron and steel, from its genesis to modern steel production and reflections on the future, taking readers on a journey from the early discovery of techniques used to work with steel to recent developments in the manufacturing and use of steelCited by: 3.
The compounds inside iron and steel include some or all of the following: Ferrite: Relatively pure iron with tiny amounts of carbon that is soft and easy to shape. Gives iron its magnetic property.
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