Several years ago, while still working at the FBI, metallurgist
William Tobin began questioning this practice.
The demands of customers that have reshaped the responsibilities of metallurgists
also have reshaped the direction of iron foundries.
where he became foundry superintendent and chief metallurgist
wouldn't design an alloy for a machine part without knowing how the constituent materials would behave during the processing, he says.
Kirgin dubbed Deere's Hy Bornstein(*), director of research of research and testing laboratories, as one of the great original metallurgists
To insure accuracy beyond interpretation, independent metallurgists
reporting to Smith are confirming their final results multiple times.
at the foundry decided to phase in the systems, beginning with Plant 4.
Such information, the scientists maintain, may now give metallurgists
on Earth an added edge as they strive to make lighter, stronger, more reliable alloys for the machinery needed in the next century.
Because of these results I have instructed the metallurgists
, who are advising the company, to perform additional tests for confirmation.
With production and technical managers or metallurgists
, for example, he/she may decide to move out of state for a higher-paying job.
So striking is this similarity that metallurgists
use soap froths as an analogy for metal crystals, and biologists compare them to living cells.
Alcoa (NYSE:AA) joins X amongst metallurgists
with a gain of at least four percent.