Best Metallurgy Materials Engineering Books
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1. Knife Engineering: Steel, Heat Treating, and Geometry
Author: by Dr. Larrin Thomas
How to make the highest performing knives. A book for knife enthusiasts, knifemakers, and bladesmiths. Not a how-to on knifemaking or bladesmithing but an in-depth exploration of the effects of different steels, metallurgy, heat treatments, and edge geometries on knife performance.
This book provides ratings for toughness, edge retention, and corrosion resistance for all of the popular knife steels. Micrographs of over 50 steels. Specific recommended heat treatments for each steel. And answers to questions like: 1) Does a thinner or thicker edge last longer?
2) What heat treatment leads to the best performance? 3) Are there performance benefits to forging blades? 4) Should I use stainless or carbon steel? All of these questions and more are answered by a metallurgist who grew up around the knife industry.
Note: The book now has conversions to Celsius throughout after feedback from Global readers.
2. Welding For Dummies
Author: by Steven Robert Farnsworth
Get the know-how to weld like a pro Being a skilled welder is a hot commodity in today’s job market, as well as a handy talent for industrious do-it-yourself repairpersons and hobbyists. Welding For Dummies gives you all the information you need to perform this commonly used, yet complex, task.
This friendly, practical guide takes you from evaluating the material to be welded all the way through the step-by-step welding process, and everything in between. Plus, you’ll get easy-to-follow guidance on how to apply finishing techniques and advice on how to adhere to safety procedures.
Explains each type of welding, including stick, tig, mig, and fluxcore welding, as well as oxyfuel cutting, which receives sparse coverage in other books on welding Tips on the best welding technique to choose for a specific project Required training and certification information Whether you have no prior experience in welding or are looking for a thorough reference to supplement traditional welding instruction, the easy-to-understand information in Welding For Dummies is the ultimate resource for mastering this intricate skill.
3. Farm and Workshop Welding: Everything You Need to Know to Weld, Cut, and Shape Metal (Fox Chapel Publishing) Over 400 Step-by-Step Photos to Help You Learn Hands-On Welding and Avoid Common Mistakes
Author: by Andrew Pearce
Fox Chapel Publishing
Farm and Workshop Welding is your practical handbook for welding on the farm or in your home workshop, school workshop, blacksmith shop, or auto shop:Learn hands-on welding and start repairing and creating metal equipment and structuresHundreds of step-by-step photographs illustrate welding processes and show the differences between good and bad weldsCovers all the major types of welds, including arc welding, MIG welding, gas welding, TIG welding, plasma cutting, and moreAvoid and correct common mistakes and pitfalls as author Andrew Pearce lays out welding problems section by section and teaches you to how to solve each oneTips and suggestions help the beginner improve and the intermediate operator broaden their techniqueGo beyond welding metals and plastics with advice that extends into the wider workshop such as on drills, cutting threads, and basic blacksmithingAlmost anyone can learn to weld, cut or shape metal.
That’s the starting point for this supremely practical, comprehensive handbook which, through tips, suggestions and fault finding, helps the beginner to improve and the intermediate operator to broaden his or her technique. The ideal reference for farm, home workshop, school workshop, blacksmith shop, and auto shop, Farm and Workshop Welding even takes you beyond welding metals and plastics, with advice that extends into the wider workshop with chapters on drills, cutting threads, and basic blacksmithing.
5. Backyard Foundry for Home Machinists (Fox Chapel Publishing) Metal Casting in a Sand Mold for the Home Metalworker; Information on Materials & Equipment, Pattern-Making, Molding & Core-Boxes, and More
Author: by B. Terry Aspin
Fox Chapel Publishing
Create your own home foundry for custom casting! Includes information for:PatternsPlate patternsCores, core boxes, and core makingCasting locomotive cylindersWheelsMetal, the furnace, and meltingDesign for a solid-fuel furnaceThe process of casting metal in a sand mold, a craft which has been practiced for centuries, is actually very simple.
Most towns of any size once had a small foundry to perform small-scale casting jobs. Today’s home shop machinist must either adapt commercially available castings or send away to a specialist foundry at considerable expense and delay. The alternative is to make your own custom patterns and castings, which is much easier and rewarding than you may think!
This handy book will show you how. Backyard Foundry for Home Machinists is essential reading for anyone interested in getting started in foundry or casting work. It provides a wealth of useful information on materials and techniques, pattern-making, molding boxes, cores and core-boxes, and melting metals.
6. Audel Welding Pocket Reference
Author: by James E. Brumbaugh
Featuring updated charts dealing with the most common situations welding workers face on the job , this comprehensive, pocket-sized reference is based on recommendations from working professionals and covers welding symbols and definitions, types of joints and welds, typical welding station configurations, oxygen cylinders, arc-welding charts, U.
S metric measures, and more.
7. Metal Lathe for Home Machinists (Fox Chapel Publishing) Project-Based Course, Reference Guide, & Complete Introduction to Lathe Metalworking & Accessories, Including 12 Skill-Building Turning Projects
Author: by Harold Hall
Fox Chapel Publishing
Metal Lathe for Home Machinists is a project-based course that provides a complete introduction to the lathe and lathe metalworking. Projects and processes covered include: Mini Surface Gauge Precision Square A Between-Centers Test Bar Hole Gauges Distance Gauges Tailstock Die Holders Precision Tapers Screw Jack Faceplate Work Mill Drill Spindle A Milling Cutter Chuck This beginner-friendly classic reference assumes no prior knowledge while working through the process of using a lathe from beginning to end.
You’ll advance through a series of practice projects that will teach you how to use the lathe and develop essential latheworking skills through practical application. Beginners are taken through all of the basic techniques needed to tackle a wide range of machining operations.
A Getting Started section reviews the necessary tools and equipment for lathe machine operations and lathework. Twelve lathe turning projects provide the opportunity to develop confidence and become an accomplished home shop machinist. Each project is designed to develop and master essential lathe machine skills that you’ll use again and again.
8. The Milling Machine for Home Machinists (Fox Chapel Publishing) Over 150 Color Photos & Diagrams; Learn How to Successfully Choose, Install, & Operate a Milling Machine in Your Home Workshop
Author: by Harold Hall
Fox Chapel Publishing
The home machinist’s essential guide for choosing and using a milling machine. Over 150 color photos and diagrams illustrate essential accessories and the differences between the optionsDetailed knowledge to help you successfully choose, install, and operate a milling machine in your home workshopClear explanations of the usage of each machine and accessory for the vast majority of applications in an active shopDiscover your options for holding the many diverse shapes and sizes of work pieces you’ll needLearn which method is best for any applicationwhether to use a vice or an angle plate, mount the piece directly onto the worktable, or produce a fixture specifically for the taskLearn the right ways to cut metal and maintain your milling toolsThe Milling Machine for Home Machinists provides the detailed knowledge you need to successfully choose, install, and operate a milling machine in your home workshop.
Lavishly illustrated with color photographs and diagrams, it will help you to understand which accessories are essential, and which can be postponed until your activity demands it. The usage of each machine and accessory is explained in detail for the vast majority of applications in an active shop.
9. The Rare Metals War: The Dark Side of Clean Energy and Digital Technologies
Author: by Guillaume Pitron
Is the shift to renewable energy and digital devices going to free us from severe pollution, material shortages, and military tensions? Rare metals are essential to electric vehicles, fighter jets, wind turbines, and solar panels, and also to our smartphones, computers, tablets, and other everyday connected objects.
But consumers know very little about how they are mined and traded, or the environmental, economic, and geopolitical costs of this dependence. This book reveals the dark side of the world that awaits us. It is an undercover tale of a technological odyssey that has promised much, and a look behind the scenes.
Behind it all lurks China, which has captured the lion’s share of the ownership and processing of rare metals we now can’t do without. Drawing on six years of research across a dozen countries, this book shows that by breaking free of fossil fuels, we are in fact setting ourselves up for a new dependenceon rare metals that have become vital to our new ecological and digital society.
10. How To Weld (Motorbooks Workshop)
Author: by Todd Bridigum
Welding is a skill that any do-it-yourself enthusiast needs in his or her arsenal. How to Weld is the perfect introduction for newbies and an excellent refresher for veteran welders-a work so comprehensive that most readers won’t need any further instruction.
In How to Weld, a bestselling installment in the Motorbooks Workshop series, AWS-certified welding instructor Todd Bridigum thoroughly describes process and art of fusing metals, including:Tools and equipment commonly usedTypes of metals and their weldabilityWelding techniquesShop and site safetyTypes of joints.
In addition, all popular types of welding variants are covered, including gas welding, shielded metal arc (or stick) welding, gas metal arc welding (MIG), gas tungsten arc welding (TIG), brazing, soldering, and even metal cutting. Each skills section concludes with a series of exercises, each illustrated with captioned sequential color photography, to fully explain and detail the techniques learned.
Mechanics, automotive enthusiasts, farmers, metalworkers, and other DIYers who can’t bond metal can’t make repairs and they can’t createin short, they can’t do much of anything except bolt together pre-made parts. With this thorough and completely illustrated all-color tutorial by an experienced college-level instructor, readers can get on the path fabricating and fixing metals on their own.
11. How to Run a Lathe: The Care and Operation of a Screw Cutting Lathe
Author: by John Joseph O'Brien
Martino Fine Books
2013 Reprint of 1942 Edition. Full facsimile of the original edition, not reproduced with Optical Recognition Software. South Bend Lathe Works sent out this manual with every Lathe they sold. Profusely illustrated. You get everything you need to set up a lathe and get it running.
This is the lathe manual that Dave Gingery raves about. You get eleven chapters: history and development of the lathe, setting up and leveling the lathe, operation of the lathe, lathe tools and their application, how to take accurate measurements, plain turning (work between centers), chuck work; taper turning and boring, drilling reaming and tapping, cutting screw threads, and special classes of work.
All the basics are here form sharpening drills to producing “super-finished” turned bearings, grinding valves, and turning multiple screw threads.
12. Hardening, Tempering and Heat Treatment (Workshop Practice)
Author: by George Gently
A comprehensive exposition of the structure of steels and the effects of different heat treatments, particularly in respect of tools. It includes solid fuel, gas and electric furnaces, case hardening, tempering and other practical information. Features accurate colour temperature charts.
13. Welding Print Reading
Author: by John R. Walker
Welding Print Reading is a write-in text that teaches the welding symbols and specifications students need to understand to be successful. The format allows students to apply their knowledge to skill-based print reading activities. Beside aspiring welders who want to learn to interpret prints and drawings, the content is appropriate for students wanting to pursue careers in engineering and drafting.
The text starts by reviewing the basics, including welding processes, and then progresses to more specialized topics, such as prints for pipe welding and brazed joints. In addition to conforming to the most recent AWS and ANSI standards, the text also exposes students to actual industry prints that may contain variation, preparing students for on the job experiences.
Additional prints and questions are included in an end-of-text unit to provide students with more practice opportunities. Measurement and math reviews at the beginning of the text prepare students for the calculations they will need to make to be successful in class and on the job.
14. Basic Lathework for Home Machinists (Fox Chapel Publishing) Essential Handbook to the Lathe with Hundreds of Photos & Diagrams and Expert Tips & Advice; Learn to Use Your Lathe to Its Full Potential
Author: by Stan Bray
Fox Chapel Publishing
Expand your enjoyment of the versatile lathe and take full advantage of its extensive capabilities! Essential handbook to the lathe covering everything from the selection of a machine and its construction to tooling and machining operations Hundreds of photos and diagrams help take the mystery out of your lathe In-depth introduction to the modern lathe, including a thorough review of its layout and components, and what to consider when buying a new or used machine Useful advice on steadies, tool height, and setting up Expert tips on how to use cutting fluids and mandrels, plus how to complete a parting off operation with confidence Most home lathes are probably never used to their full potential.
Perfect for any home machinist with a new lathe, this comprehensive guide is designed to expand your enjoyment of this versatile machine and take full advantage of its extensive capabilities. Profusely illustrated with hundreds of clear photographs and concise diagrams, it provides in-depth coverage of tooling and machining operations.
15. Direct-Chill Casting of Light Alloys: Science and Technology
Author: by John Grandfield
Direct-chill casting is the major production route for wrought aluminium and magnesium alloys that are later deformed (rolled, extruded, forged) to the final products. To aid in this process, this book provides comprehensive coverage on topics such as the history of process development in this field, industrial applications, including vertical and horizontal casting, melt preparation, fundamentals of solidification in DC casting, and more.
The first book targeted for the industrial researcher and practitioner, it pulls together the practice and process of physics with the goal of improving process performance.