Materials of Engineering, Volume 3

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John Wiley & sons, 1910
 

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Laws of Ore Distribution
11
Requirements of the Engineer
12
Special Properties of Metals
13
NonFerrous Metals
14
Relative Tenacities
15
Hardness
16
Conductivity
17
Lustre
18
Densities and Weights
19
Ductility and Malleability
27
Odor and Taste
28
Copper History and Distribution
29
Qualities of Copper
30
Ores and Sources
31
Processes of Reduction
32
Details
33
Properties of Copper
34
Commercial Copper
35
Sheet and Bar Copper
36
Tin Sources and Distribution
37
Reduction of Ores
38
Commercial
39
Zinc History and Sources
40
Ores of Zinc Smelting
41
Metallic Zinc
42
Lead
43
Ores of Lead
44
Smelting Galena
45
Commercial Lead
46
Antimony
47
Bismuth and its Ores
48
Nickel and its Ores
49
Uses of Nickel
50
Aluminium
51
Mercury
52
Platinum
53
Magnesium
54
Arsenic
55
187
63
Characteristics in General
64
III
88
Iridium
96
Manganese
97
Rare Metals
98
CopperNickel Alloys
101
CHAPTER III
102
General Characteristics
103
Chemical Nature of Alloys
104
ART PAGB 62 Specific Gravity
108
Fusibility
110
Liquation
113
and Mercury Droniers Alloy
114
Specific Heat 66 Expansion by Heat
116
Thermal Conductivity 68 Electric
120
Crystallization
123
Oxidation
124
Mechanical Properties
126
CHAPTER IV
130
Properties
136
Principal Bronzes
137
Early Bronzes
139
Oriental Bronzes
140
Density of Bronze
141
PhosphorBronze
143
Uses of PhosphorBronze
144
CHAPTER V
158
Malletts Classification
159
Muntz Metal
160
Special Properties
161
Application in the Arts
162
Working Brass 163
163
Properties of Brass
165
Metals used in Research
198
Pewter and Britannia Metal
202
Records of Test
204
CHAPTER VII
205
The Brass Foundry
207
Furnace Manipulation
209
Preparation of Alloys
210
Effect of Small Doses of Metal 2 1 2
212
Stereotyping
214
German Silver
215
Babbitts Antifriction Metal 515
216
Standard Compositions
218
2
220
Special Recipes
221
Classified Lists
226
Bronzing
237
Lacquering
239
CHAPTER VIII
242
Factors of Safety
244
Measures of Resistance 150 Methods of Resistance
246
Modulus of Rupture
262
Elastic Resistance
263
Grey Ternary Alloys
265
Torsional
267
Strength of Shafts
268
Tenacity of Copper
270
Tests
271
Commercial Copper N 170 Shearing Resistance
277
Resistance to Compression
278
Compression by Impact
281
Transverse Tests of Copper
282
233 Transverse Stress 387
284
Modulus of Elasticity
286
Copper in Torsion
287
Strength of Tin
288
Transverse Resistance of Tin
292
Modulus of Elasticity of Tin 180 Tin in Torsion
294
Strength of Zinc
296
Tests of Zinc
297
Various Metals
298
Wertheim on Elasticity
300
Bischoffs Tests
303
CHAPTER IX
306
Anderson
308
Ordnance Bronze in Compression
309
Hardness of Riche
311
Tenacity of PhosphorBronze
312
Resistance to Abrasion
316
ManganeseBronze under Impact
317
Strength of Ferrous Copper
319
Earlier Investigations
320
Crystallization
331
204
335
Straindiagrams of Bronzes in Compression
347
274
361
Earlier Experiments
367
Specific Heats
371
Appearance of Testpieces
373
Conclusions from Tests
381
Torsion
391
of Shafts
392
Records of Tests
393
Straindiagrams of Tension
404
Transverse Tests
406
Moduli
411
Specific Gravities compared 244 Ductilities 245 Summary
413
CHAPTER XI
414
Sterrometal
415
CopperTinZinc Alloys
416
Selected Alloys
418
Details of Investigation
421
Method of Registry
425
General Deductions
427
Strain Diagrams
429
Tenacities
430
Ductility
434
Improvement
437
Thurstons Maximum Bronze
440
Results of Tests
442
Discussion
443
Conclusions
446
Other Researches
447
CHAPTER XII
449
271
459
279
466
CONDITIONS AFFECTING STRENGTH
476
Effect of Sudden Variation
482
Fluctuation of Resistance
498
Stress on Deflection
508
CHAPTER XIV
517
The Lavroff Process
523
ART PAGE 296 ColdRolling Iron Lauths Process
529
The Dean Process applied to Bronze
530
Strength and Density 450
531
Experiments on Compressed Bronze
538
Uchatius Deductions
540
Comparison of Methods
541
Effect of Rolling and Hammering
543
Historical Discoveries
546
History of Experiments
548
Exaltation of Elastic Limits
551
Processes
552
ColdWorking Iron
555
Bronze
556
Conclusions
557
APPENDIX Aluminium
559
Magnesium as Constructive Material
561
Production of Aluminium
567
Expansion by Heat 26 Fusibility Latent Heat
575
Chemical Character 28 Alloys
575
WireDrawing
575
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