Non-technical chats on iron and steel, and their application to modern industry

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Author Spring, La Verne W. (La Verne Ward), 1876-
LoC No. 17030142
Title Non-technical chats on iron and steel, and their application to modern industry
Original Publication New York: Frederick A. Stokes, 1917.
Contents The early history of iron -- The raw materials -- The blast furnace -- A general glimpse ahead -- Wrought iron -- Cementation and crucible steels -- Bessemer steel -- The open-hearth process -- Cast iron -- Malleable cast iron -- Cast steel -- The alloy steels -- The high-speed steels -- The mechanical treatment of steel -- The rolling process -- The rolling of rods -- Wire and wire drawing -- The manufacture of pipe and tubes -- The manufacture of seamless steel tubes -- Transformations and structures of the steels -- The equilibrium diagram of the iron-carbon alloys.
Credits Richard Tonsing, deaurider, and the Online Distributed Proofreading Team at https://www.pgdp.net (This book was produced from images made available by The Internet Archive.)
Language English
LoC Class TS: Technology: Manufactures
Subject Steel
Subject Iron
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EBook-No. 73090
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Copyright Status Public domain in the USA.
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