Cemented Tungsten Carbides. Production, Properties, and by Gopal S. Upadhyaya

By Gopal S. Upadhyaya

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Content:
Preface

, Pages viii-x
1 - Introduction

, Pages 1-6
2 - Crystal constitution and part Equilibria

, Pages 7-54
3 - creation of steel and Carbide Powders

, Pages 55-88
4 - Consolidation of Cemented Carbides

, Pages 89-137
5 - Sintering habit of Cemented Carbides

, Pages 138-165
6 - Microstructural points of Cemented Carbides

, Pages 166-192
7 - Mechanical habit of Cemented Carbides

, Pages 193-226
8 - Magnetic Properties

, Pages 227-236
9 - put on and Erosion of Cemented Carbides

, Pages 237-248
10 - Thermal surprise Resistance

, Pages 249-253
11 - Corrosion and Oxidation of Cemented Carbides

, Pages 254-261
12 - becoming a member of of Cemented Carbides

, Pages 262-267
13 - checking out and caliber Control

, Pages 268-287
14 - type and purposes of Cemented Carbides

, Pages 288-308
15 - Coatings

, Pages 309-344
16 - effective Grained and Functionally Graded Cemented Carbides

, Pages 345-368
17 - Reclamation of Cemented Carbides

, Pages 369-379
18 - Toxicity in Cemented Carbide Production

, Pages 380-384
Index

, Pages 385-403

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