The Steel Handbook

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Tata McGraw-Hill Education, Dec 1, 2000 - Steel - 978 pages
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The book also includes the hardness-tensile strength conversion table, conversion factors for mechanical and physical properties, and directory of standards organisations and technical societies.With this comprehensive and up-to-date coverage. The Steel Handbook will be of immense value to designers, materials engineers, steel producers, manufacturing engineers, quality assurance engineers, purchasing agents, and researchers.
 

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Contains very good informaion related to steel. Very useful for reference.

Contents

CHAPTER
1
CHAPTER
10
CHAPTER
24
CHAPTER
33
CHAPTER
44
Chromiummanganesesilicon steels
395
Chromiummolybdenumvanadium steels
473
Chromiumvanadium steel
479
Ferritic Stainless Steels
841
Martensitic Stainless Steels
869
Precipitation Hardening Stainless Steels
895
Annexure A Types of Steel Based on Deoxidation Practice
910
Ruling Sections for the Mechanical Properties
919
Annexure E Machinability Rating of Unalloyed and Low Alloy Steels
925
Annexure G Equivalent International and National Standards on Testing of Steels
932
Annexure H Conversion Table for Vickers Hardness Brinell Hardness Rockwell
942

Chromiumaluminiummolybdenum steels
491
Molybdenum steel
501
Nickelchromium steels
508
Nickelchromiummolybdenum steels
515
AusteniticFerritic Duplex Stainless Steels
833
Annexure J Areas of Plane Figures
951
Directory
965
Subject Index
973
28Mn6 217
976
Hot Work Tool Steels 689
978

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