The purpose of this Bulletin_124 is to provide Links to Online Sources.
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As already advised in our rewritten and revised Metals Knowledge page, the ambitious program of building your Materials Encyclopedia Online continues here with Part 8.
Part 1 can be found at Bulletin_117.
Part 2 can be found at Bulletin_118.
Part 3 can be found at Bulletin_119.
Part 4 can be found at Bulletin_120.
Part 5 can be found at Bulletin_121.
Part 6 can be found at Bulletin_122.
Part 7 can be found at Bulletin_123.
Once organized in folders identified with meaningful titles, the authoritative body of knowledge gathered in this way will prove invaluable for study and reference.
Readers can develop their Encyclopedia along additional and different lines, according to their interests and needs, beyond what is given here as an initial selection to serve general information purposes.
November 2016 - Resources on Metals P.8 - Bulletin_124
PWL#159B - Bulletin_124: Resources on Refractory Metals, Niobium, Molybdenum, Tantalum, Ttungsten, Rhenium, Refractory Metal Alloys, Properties and Uses, Welding, Brazing, Refractory Metals Association, Journal, Design, Technology, Refractory Metal Coatings, Mechanical Properties, Electrochemical Processing, Microwave sintering, Grinding, Electrodeposition and much more...
It is strongly recommended to review the general recommendations and to continue building the Encyclopedia: it may become your reference manual for learning the fundamentals of technology and also for solving all kinds of practical problems.
Note: References to articles or other documents are given here in one of two forms.
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These are not live and must be copied and pasted entirely into the browser (after having selected them with the mouse or otherwise).
If they are long they may be displayed in two or more lines. In that case one has to care that the URL be copied completely in a single line without any space, and Enter.
Resources on Refractory MetalsRefractory metals
Refractory metals: usage and joining practice
Introduction to Refractory Metals
Refractory Metals: Properties, Types and Applications
Refractory Metals and Refractory Metal Alloys (24 pages)
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF REFRACTORY METALS AND
HARD MATERIALS (12 pages)
International Journal of Refractory Metals and
Refractory Metals Association
Refractory Metals: Niobium, Molybdenum and Rhenium
Welding of Reactive and Refractory Metals
Refractory metals(4 pages)
Refractory Metals (Book Article for sale, downloadable from ASM International)
Refractory Metals - Machine Design
REFRACTORY METALS AND COMPOSITE MATERIALS (25 pages)
Machining Refractory Metals
Refractory Metals (5 pages)
Committee B10 on Reactive and Refractory Metals and Alloys
Refractory Metal Coatings & Freestanding Structures
Joining of Refractory Metals and its Application (10 pages)
The First-Principles Design of Ductile Refractory Alloys
BHC31 - REFRACTORY METALS: NIOBIUM, MOLYBDENUM, TANTALUM, AND TUNGSTEN
(From the Brazing Handbook - Fifth Edition - Chapter 31)
Brazing Refractory Metals Used in HighTemperature Nuclear Instrumentation (6 pages)
Plansee High Performance Materials
The Properties and Uses of Refractory Metals and Their Alloys (Abstract)
Mechanical Properties of some Refractory Metals and their alloys
The Electrochemical Processing of Refractory Alloys (5 pages)
Advanced Metallic Branch (NASA website to browse)
Microwave sintering of refractory metals/alloys: W, Mo, Re, W-Cu, W-Ni-Cu and W-Ni-Fe alloys (Abstract)
Grinding the Refractory Metals: An Investigation of the Grinding Characteristics of Columbium, Molybdenum, Tantalum, Tungsten and their Alloys Utilizing a Norton Hydraulic Surface Grinder (Abstract)
Refractory metal single crystals
Refractory Metals and Their Industrial Applications (ASTM Book for sale)
Refractory Metal Fasteners for Extreme Conditions: The Basics (4 pages)
Electrodeposition of Coherent Deposits of Refractory Metals -
I . Niobium (Abstract)
This concludes the Part 8 of the proposed links with Resources on Refractory metals.
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