Engineering in process metallurgy

Engineering in process metallurgy

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This volume introduces basic mechanisms of heat, mass, and fluid flow, and shows the origin of associated transport coefficients: diffusivity, conductivity, and viscosity. The discussions are supplemented with metallurgical examples and exercises. Empirical techniques for modelling and process design are presented, followed by numerical techniques and computer programs needed for qground-upq quantitative descriptions of typical metallurgical processes. A generous appendix provides a wealth of detail on the thermodynamic and physical properties of substances commonly encountered by metallurgists, while a short section on metallurgical thermodynamics illustrates the way these tabulations should be used. A key text for engineers, scientists, and students, this book offers a unique look at the rich variety of phenomena that govern the behavior and kinetics of metallurgical processing operations.General extractive metallurgy Pehlke, R. D. (1975). Unit processes of extractive metallurgy. American Elsevier Publishing Co., Amsterdam. Rosenqvist, T. (1974). Principles of extractive metallurgy. McGraw-Hill, New York. 2. Iron and steel Theanbsp;...

Title:Engineering in process metallurgy
Author: R. I. L. Guthrie
Publisher:Oxford University Press, USA - 1989

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