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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.
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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.
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.