mechanical metallurgy

mechanical metallurgy

[mi′kan·ə·kəl ′med·əl‚ər·jē]
(metallurgy)
The science and technology of the behavior of metals relating to mechanical forces imposed on them; includes rolling, extruding, deep drawing, bending, and other processes.
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Bacon, Mechanical metallurgy. 1988, London: McGraw-Hill.
In partnership with the prestigious Mechanical Metallurgy Laboratory of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology located in Lausanne, Hublot has figured out how to fundamentally alter the properties of gold to make its 18-karat-gold case unscratchable.
The book's four sections address the fundamentals of materials science and engineering, physical and mechanical metallurgy, design of engineering alloys, and the science and design of non-metallic materials.
Professor Palle Rama Rao, presently Chairman, Governing Council, ARCI, Hyderabad conducted his research and taught physical and mechanical metallurgy at the Banaras Hindu University for nearly two decades.
Chapters cover areas including thermodynamics of thermal processing, physical and mechanical metallurgy of thermal processing, and methods for the modeling of casting, industrial heat treatment options, induction hardening processes, laser surface hardening, and case hardening.
Mechanical Metallurgy, SI Metric Ed., McGraw-Hill Book Co., Singapore,, ISBN 0-07-100406-8
Dieter, Mechanical Metallurgy, McGraw Hill, New York (1986).
Since then, he has been working with finite element calculations (ABAQUS code), material behavior and mechanical metallurgy in general.
Born in Bristol, Connecticut, Pellini authored more than 150 technical publications on mechanical metallurgy, fracture-safe design and advanced technological applications of metals.