By P. G. Ormandy, K. Guy
Pergamon sequence of Monographs in Laboratory options, quantity three: An advent to Metallurgical Laboratory strategies covers enhanced equipment and methods in metallurgy in relation to the sensible elements of laboratory paintings, through experimentation, perform and adventure. The publication discusses metallography, hot temperature, warmth therapy, and trying out of fabrics. The textual content additionally describes vacuum concepts, powder metallurgy, and becoming a member of of metals. actual metallurgists and scholars taking similar classes will locate the ebook precious.
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Broadly speaking, the latter is only used for small-scale operations at temperatures u p to about 7 5 0 ° C ; larger gas-fired installations are perfectly satisfactory, but are used mainly in industry. Electricity, with its absence of fumes, and in particular its easier control and greater heating power, is really much more suitable for the relatively small-scale operations met within the laboratory. The three methods of electrical heating are known as resistance heating, induction heating and arc-heating.
F o u r equally spaced holes, i in. in diameter, should be drilled in each piece of board to accommodate the threaded tie rods which are necessary to support the end pieces. Provision should also be made in one pair of end supports for fitting the furnace lead terminals. 41 Metallurgical Laboratory Techniques EXTERIOR FINISH To complete the construction of the furnace, an outer cover must be provided; thin duralumin sheet is a suitable material. Very thin sheet approximately 0-015 in. 3. Assembling the furnace.
The cement, which may be mixed with water to form a thick paste, is applied to the tube whilst it is held between the retort stands. The cemented tube is then left to dry out at r o o m temperature, final drying and curing being carried out by heating the tube slowly to its operating temperature. S U P P O R T I N G THE TUBE The next step in the construction of the furnace is to manufacture the supports for the tube. These may be made from cement-asbestos board, of which there are various grades and types.
An Introduction to Metallurgical Laboratory Techniques by P. G. Ormandy, K. Guy