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metallurgy

 [met´ah-lur″je]
the science and art of using metals.
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The present paper summarizes key information from recent research which has shown that for metallurgically complex alloys such as Grade 91 and Grade 92 steel, changes in composition and/or heat treatment have a significant influence on high temperature behavior.
Praxair leverages its history as a coating supplier to metallurgically qualify and test all of its anilox coating and engravings.
Earlier, routine work in late 2012 turned up a leak on the lateral that PG&E repaired and subsequently tested metallurgically, but a year later the utility's reporting of the situation and changing its recordkeeping on the pipe lateral has resulted in a proposed $17.25 million penalty from one of the state regulators.
CermaClad is a patented process that uses high energy density infrared fusion to metallurgically bond a layer of API-compliant metal alloy such as 625, 316L, nickel tungsten carbide, etc., to a steel substrate.
Metallurgically, it is currently considered that mined material will be crushed to around
CermaClad technology uses a high-intensity plasma arc lamp to rapidly melt, fuse, and metallurgically bond corrosion-resistant and wear-resistant materials to metal substrates, including pipes.
During the galvanizing process, the zinc in the kettle metallurgically reacts with the iron in steel to form a series of zinc-iron (intermetallic) alloy layers.
Armorite is a combination of high chromium and molybdenum white iron, metallurgically bonded to a mild, thick steel plate that provides maximum protection in high wear areas.
Sintering titanium is a process by which minute beads are metallurgically affixed to a titanium surface; the practice commonly is used in medical devices to facilitate tissue adhesion at the sintered region.
However, whether one is plating or sputtering the hard metal layer to the ferromagnetic leads, a transition layer is needed to insure that all the metals metallurgically bond to each other.
We've also passed the 3 million ounce Massawa project in Senegal back to the exploration team with the brief of finding a further 2 million ounces of metallurgically simpler ore than the current deposit,' he said.
The absorber consists of a single serpentine aluminium fin with an integral copper tube that is completely surrounded by the aluminium and metallurgically bonded with it.