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, high-speed and alloy steels, cast iron, and steel castings, and the application of these materials in the machine and tool construction

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The Industrial Press, 1918 - Technology & Engineering - 328 pages
 

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