Future Developments of Metals and Ceramics: A Collection of Invited Papers Presented to Mark the 70th Birthday of Professor Sir Robert Honeycombe
James Anthony Charles, G. W. Greenwood, Graham C. Smith
Institute of Materials, 1992 - Technology & Engineering - 366 pages
A collection of invited papers to mark the 70th birthday of Professor Sir Robert Honeycombe Twelve papers cover the broad themes of materials processing and microstructure and assess the ways in which these areas are continuing to develop. Contents include: advanced light alloys; high-strength steels; the importance of microstructural characterisation in improving ceramics engineering applications; thermomechanical processing; casting technology; laser surface treatments; electron materialography.
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