Materials Handbook: An Encyclopedia for Managers, Technical Professionals, Purchasing and Production Managers, Technicians, and Supervisors, Fifteenth Edition

by: George S. Brady, Henry H. Clauser, John A. Vaccari


Abstract: This completely revised industry classic includes thousands of new technologies and products as well as extensive updates on existing materials to keep you current. You get concise descriptions of a material’s origin, composition and applications–plus fingertip access to such essential details as: Density; Ductility; Hardness; Solubility; Specific heat; Toxicity; Melting point; Cost versus performance; Conductivity; Resistance to heat and corrosives; Principal alloys and component percentages; Magnetism; Tensile strength and elongation
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Title: Materials Handbook: An Encyclopedia for Managers, Technical Professionals, Purchasing and Production Managers, Technicians, and Supervisors, Fifteenth Edition

Publisher: McGraw-Hill: New York, Chicago, San Francisco, Lisbon, London, Madrid, Mexico, City Milan, New Delhi, San Juan, Seoul, Singapore, Sydney, Toronto

Copyright / Pub. Date: 2002, 1997, 1991, 1986, 1977, 1971, 1963, 1956, 1979, 1975, 1972, 1968, 1965, 1959, 1957, 1951, 1947, 1944, 1940, 1937, 1931, 1929 McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc, George S. Brady, McGraw-Hill, Inc

ISBN: 9780071360760

Authors:

George S. Brady deceased, was a well-known engineer who worked on the Panama Canal.

Henry H. Clauser former Chief Editor and Publisher of Materials Engineering and the Materials Selector (an annual guide to the properties of materials) and Editor of Research Management, is a consultant and freelance writer and editor.

John A. Vaccari former Chief Editor of Materials Engineering and the Materials Selector, Executive Editor of Design Engineering, and Senior Editor od American Machinist, is a consultant and freelance writer and editor.

Description: This completely revised industry classic includes thousands of new technologies and products as well as extensive updates on existing materials to keep you current. You get concise descriptions of a material’s origin, composition and applications–plus fingertip access to such essential details as: Density; Ductility; Hardness; Solubility; Specific heat; Toxicity; Melting point; Cost versus performance; Conductivity; Resistance to heat and corrosives; Principal alloys and component percentages; Magnetism; Tensile strength and elongation