P/M Literature Reference Guide: A Bibliography of Powder Metallurgy Literature from 1946 Through 1972

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American Powder Metallurgy Institute; Metal Powder Industries Federation, 1974 - Powder metallurgy - 207 pages

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Contents

GOllt6lItS INTRODUCTION
7
HOW TO USE THIS GUIDE
8
ADVERTISERS INDEX
9
SUBJECTlNDEX
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COMPACTING
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10General
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11 isostatic pressing hot pressing
14
12 High energy forming explosive forming slip casting
16
51Microscopymetallography
72
52 Testing inspection quality control standards
74
53Safetyandhealth
77
54 Density and densification of PM products
78
PROPERTI ESAPPLI CATICNS 60 Properties and performance of PM parts
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61High density heavy metals
85
62 Filters porous products
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63 Electrical characteristics electrical contacts
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13 Theories and mechanisms of compaction
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14 Roll compacting
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15 Roll compacted products
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16 Pl M forging or hotforming
24
17 Vibratory compacting ultrasonics
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18 Tooling tool design lubrication
27
19 PM extrusion
28
SINTERING
30
construction use
31
23 Sintering techniques controls
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24 Liquid phase sintering
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26 Die lubricants
34
28 Pressureless sintering spark sintering
40
SECON DARY OPERATI ON S 30General
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32 Heat treatment nitriding boriding carburizing
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33 Finishing plating
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34Welding
47
POWDER PROCESSES 40General
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41 Atomization processes
51
43 Properties and characteristics of metal powders
54
44 Sieving size analysis classification
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45 Carbonyl decomposition processes
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46 Reduction processes
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47 Mixing blending of metal powders
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49 Miscellaneous powder production processes
68
TESTINGQUALITY 50Genera
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64 Cermets composites metalglass products fibers
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65 Fatigue
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66 Selflubrication bearings
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67 Design characteristics
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68 Automotiveproducts
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70 General
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71 lron powder cores magnetic materials
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72 Frictionantifriction
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73 RefractorymetalsWMoetc
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74 Stainless steels tool steels nickel nickel alloys
113
75 High Temperature materials superalloys chromium
120
76 Reactive metals Ti Zr B Be Ta Rh rare earths etc
121
77 Aluminum magnesium and alloys
126
78 Copper brass bronze and alloys
128
79 Dispersion strengthening and materials
133
MATERIALS ICONTJMAIKETS 80 Miscellaneous markets and uses
135
82 Economics market analyses trends
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84 Refractory and reactive metal carbides
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85 Brazing soldering hard facing plasma coating electrodes
146
87 Manufacturing facilities and methods
147
88 Ferrites hard and soft
150
AUTHOR lNDEX
155
PUBLICATION INDEX
191
PUBLICATION PRICE LIST
204
ORDER FORMS
205
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