Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Sandra J. Midea, George D. Pfaffmann.|
|Contributions||Krauss, George, 1933-, Midea, Sandra J., Pfaffmann, George D., ASM Heat Treating Society. Conference and Exposition|
|LC Classifications||TN672 .H353 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 658 p. :|
|Number of Pages||658|
|LC Control Number||00131695|
As such, readers were referred to the classic book Principles of Heat Treatment by M.A. Grossmann and E.C. Bain, which was also published in by ASM. A similar situation arose in when the expanded 9th Edition Heat Treating Handbook was published.5/5(1). This book is a sensible choice for someone considering doing heat treating of steel at home or in a small shop. There is a reasonable basic explanation of the theory, though not in the detail you can find in texts aimed at industrial users. There is quite a bit of practical advice on small-shop methods, which is not well-covered in industrial books/5(). A Heat Treater’s Book Guide There is an old adage that says, “If you don’t know it, know where to find it.” Given the information age in which we live, with the Internet at our fingertips and “ask Siri” or “Alexa, what is ” at our beck and call, solving problems and getting answers to our questions seems faster and easier than ever before. Product details Series: Steel Heat Treatment Handbook, Second Edition Hardcover: pages Publisher: CRC Press; 1 edition (Septem ) Language: English ISBN ISBN Product Dimensions: x 2 x inches Shipping Weight: pounds (View shipping rates 5/5(2).
If you can find one the old orange Crucible book is a great resource for heat treating tool steel. But finding one is an issue. I had 2 but somebody here on the forum left theirs too close to the furnace and it burned. So I passed on one of mine to them. Otherwise whoever you buy your steel drome should have proper heat treating info for you. ASM Metals Reference Book and ASM Heat Treaters Guide, American Society for Metals International I recommend both the above books for ALL knife makers that do their own heat treating. Both books include graphs and charts with more detail than can be produced here. See our link to ASM on the links page. - guru - Friday, 07/06/01 GMT. Published: Quick access to recommended heat treating information for hundreds of nonferrous alloys, plus composition, trade names, common names, specifications (both U.S. and foreign), available product forms, and typical applications. The most trusted source for guidance on heat treating of irons and steels. In the glossary of this book (see Appendix A, “Glossary of Heat Treat- ing Terms”) the principal portion of the deﬁnition for steel is “an iron- base alloy, malleable in some temperature range as initially cast, contain- ing manganese, usually carbon, and often other alloying Size: 1MB.
Does anyone know of a comprehensive book on heat treating that I can buy? I am doing mostly / and some ph stainless the information that I need in this book is: 1. what temperature and for how long to heat treat a part.. 2. what temperature and for how long to temper a part to a specific hardness. Heat treating, as the name implies, is a series of treatments in which heat is used to alter the properties of a metal or alloy. Because time at temperature is also important, heat treatment can be further defined as a series of time-temperature treat- Size: KB. Volume 4D is a practical guide to heat treating irons and steels, and is particularly helpful in the context of selecting materials and determining part geometries and process plans. Filled with instructional information and data, it examines the effect of heat treating on the structure, properties, and performance potential of cast iron. Volume 4E examines the heat treating process as it applies to nonferrous metals and alloys. It covers aluminum, copper, nickel, and titanium in detail, describing accepted heat treating practices and how they drive metallurgical transformations that .