Woldman's Engineering Alloys, 9th Edition
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AUDIENCE: Designers, materials engineers, and purchasing agents. This is where you'll find data on the latest alloy advances or a forgotten alloy that hasn't been used in years. Contains thousands of new records that include the latest alloys and current manufacturing status. Also lists alloys that are no longer produced but are frequently found in older references and specifications, thus helping you to identify substitutes. Reflects industry consolidation since 1994, including thousands of updates on manufacturers; companies and subsidiaries that have merged or changed names are cross-referenced to both new and former names.
KEY FEATURES: This standard reference book has again been revised with thousands of new records added or updated to include the latest alloys and the most current manufacturing status. The book also continues to list alloys that are no longer produced but are frequently found in older references and specifications, thus helping you to identify substitutes.
- Fast reference: Arranged alphabetically by trade name
- No cross-reference tables needed: Manufacturer is listed with entry.
- First edition published in 1936; recognized for over 50 years as a valuable resource.
- Same user-friendly format as previous editions.
- Packed with information updated since 1994.
DESCRIPTION: First section lists over 53,000 trade-named alloys with a brief description of the material. Second section lists alloy manufacturers with contact information or an indication of their current business status. Third section presents useful tables including compositions of standard grades.
CONTENTS: Alloy listings include chemical composition, selected properties, principle uses, and manufacturer. Manufacturer listings include address, telephone, fax, e-mail, web addresses, and current business status.