An Introduction to Metallurgical Laboratory Techniques by P. G. Ormandy, K. Guy

By P. G. Ormandy, K. Guy

Pergamon sequence of Monographs in Laboratory thoughts, quantity three: An creation to Metallurgical Laboratory ideas covers stronger tools and methods in metallurgy on the subject of the sensible elements of laboratory paintings, by means of experimentation, perform and adventure. The e-book discusses metallography, extreme temperature, warmth therapy, and trying out of fabrics. The textual content additionally describes vacuum innovations, powder metallurgy, and becoming a member of of metals. actual metallurgists and scholars taking similar classes will locate the ebook helpful.

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X 18 in. = 47 ft. T H E TUBE FURNACE The tube furnace is the simplest type of furnace to construct in the laboratory, and the heating element may be wound in the laboratory or workshop. Commercial replacement windings may also be used, but although muffle furnaces may be constructed quickly using replacement windings, certain disadvantages are involved when they are used for the construction of tube furnaces. g. diameter of the bore and outside diameter, and length and this affects the wattage or heating capacity.

The two main sources of heating power available in the metallurgical laboratory are electricity and gas. 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.

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 lower furnace end should be placed in position. The tube and outer cover may also be positioned and the insulation poured until level with the top furnace end.

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