Stål och Värmebehandling
Stål är världens mest använda konstruktionsmaterial. Egenskaperna går att variera inom vida gränser genom olika val av stålsort och värmebehandlingsmetod. ”Stål och värmebehandling” behandlar allt från metallografi, stålsorter, värmebehandlingsmetoder och materialprovning till utrustningar, närliggande processer, säkerhet och miljö.

Exempel på värmebehandlingsmetoder som tas upp är sätthärdning, induktionshärdning, nitrerprocesser, anlöpning och glödgningsmetoder.

Boken är avsedd att fungera både som handbok i det dagliga arbetet för exempelvis konstruktörer och värmebehandlare och som utbildningsmaterial på företag, högskolor och universitet.

Målgruppen är konstruktörer, värmebehandlingsingenjörer, produktionsberedare, förmän, operatörer, studenter, lärare och forskare. "Stål och värmebehandling", som är på 800 sidor, har tagits fram i ett gemensamt arbete där skribenter från industrin, forskningsinstitut och högskolor har deltagit.
Udgiver:Swerea IVF
Forfattere:E. Troell & H. Kristoffersen, Swerea IVF; P. Olsson, Bodycote; T. Holm, Aga Gas; J. Fahlkrans & S. Haglund, Swerea KIMAB m fl
ASM Handbook: volume 4: Heat Treating
Contents include:

Heat Treating of Steel- quenching, tempering and annealing, continuos annealing, quantitative methods to predict hardenability.
Surface Hardening of Steel - processing case hardened materials.
Heat Treating Equipment - emphasis on furnace design and thermal efficiency.
Process and QC Considerations - improved sensors and oxygen probes for temperature/atmospheric/carbon control, statistical process control.
Heat Treating of Cast Irons - includes data on austempered ductile iron and high alloy irons.
Heat Treating of Stainless Steels and Heat Resistant Alloys - includes super alloys and refractory metals and alloys.
Sections on Heat Treating of Tool Steels and Nonferrous Alloys.
Udgiver:ASM International 1991
Heat Treater's Guide, Practices and procedures for irons and steels
This edition is a complete revision and contains a great deal of new subject matter including information on ferrous powder metallurgy, cast irons, ultra high strength steels, furnace atmospheres, quenching processes, SPC and computer technology. Data on over 135 additional irons and steels have been added to the previously-covered 280 alloys.
Each data sheet gives the chemical composition of the alloy, a listing of similar U.S. and foreign alloys, its characteristics, and the recommended heat treating procedure. Most of the compilation goes much further and offers a wide variety of additional heat treating data such as representative micrographs, isothermal transformation diagrams, cooling transformation diagrams, tempering curves and data on dimensional change.
Aiding you are over 800 figures, 450 micrographs, a glossary of selected heat treating terms and general engineering data.
Udgiver:ASM International 1995. Number of pages: 904
Heat Treater's Guide, Practices and Procedures for Non ferrous Alloys
The material is contained in more than 500 datasheet articles, each devoted exclusively to one particular alloy, a proven format first used in the complementary guide for irons and steels. For even more convenience, the datasheets are arranged by alloy groups: nickel, aluminum, copper, magnesium, titanium, zinc and superalloys. The book provides very worthwhile and practical information in such areas as: compositions, trade names, common names, specifications (both U.S. and foreign), available products forms, typical applications, and properties (mechanical, fabricating, and selected others). This comprehensive resource also covers the more uncommon alloys by groups in the same datasheet format. Included are: refractory metals and alloys (molybdenum, tungsten, niobium, tantalum), beryllium copper alloys, cast and P/M titanium parts, P/M aluminum parts, lead and lead alloys, tin-rich alloys, and sintering copper-base materials (copper-tin, bronze, brass, nickel silvers)
Udgiver:ASM International (15 Jan. 1996) 500 pages