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Manufacturing Engineering and Materials Processing #65: Metallurgical Design of Flat Rolled Steelsby Vladimir B. Ginzburg
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This guide presents essential material in a fashion that permits rapid application to practical problems while providing the structure and understanding necessary for long-term growth. The text first explains how the components fit and work together to make a successful experimental design, then analyzes each component in detail, presenting the various approaches in the form of menus of different strategies and options. Written in a clear and concise manner, the material is presented using a modular or "building block" approach so readers get to see how the entire structure fits together and learn the essential techniques and terminology necessary to develop more complex designs and analyses.
Book News Annotation:
Ginzburg, a rolling mill consultant, outlines basic principles of metallurgical design that are currently applied to creation of flat- rolled steel products. The book will assist readers in the selection of steel chemical compositions in conjunction with an optimal processing route involving casting, slab reheating, hot rolling, cooling, cold rolling, annealing, and other heat treatment procedures. After descriptions of the main microstructural, chemical, and physical characteristics of steel, the book details methods for the making, casting, and rolling of steel and the deformation of steel during rolling, then discusses metallurgical aspects of hot rolling, properties of flat rolled products, and plain and microalloyed carbon steels. A glossary of mathematical formula nomenclature is included.
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