metallurgy


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metallurgy

 [met´ah-lur″je]
the science and art of using metals.
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The powder metallurgy method is highly efficient which provides rapid and high volume production of precision components [5].
Powder metallurgy (PM) is an automated metalworking process that forms metal powders into precision components used in applications such as auto engines and transmissions, hardware, industrial machinery, sporting goods, defense, and firearms.
The new facility includes all three GKN Powder Metallurgy businesses, Hoeganaes, GKN Sinter Metals and GKN Additive.
Samdani is a key pillar in growing SNC-Lavalin's reputation as a global leader in the mining and metallurgy business.
Commenting on the appointment, SNC-Lavalin's president of mining and metallurgy, Jose Suarez, said: "Samdani is a key pillar in growing SNC-Lavalin's reputation as a global leader in the mining and metallurgy business.
Metallurgy courses--which teach engineers to understand the behaviours, composition and properties of metallic elements and alloys--have declined in popularity in recent years.
He expressed these remarks while speaking as chief guest at the daylong national conference on Metallurgy and Materials organized by the Department of Metallurgy and Materials Engineering of Mehran University of Engineering and Technology Jamshoro on Thursday.
"The Government and the Ministry are closely watching trends in global metallurgy," Neziri said.
Chris Twigge-Molecey of Hatch is this year's recipient of the Airey Award, the most prestigious award in Canadian metallurgy, presented by the Metallurgy and Materials Society (MetSoc) of the Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum (CIM).
He also noted that within the programs of the FIID 2, projects worth 390 billion tenge will be implemented in ferrous metallurgy, over 1 trillion tenge - in nonferrous metallurgy .
Rosenberg, said that "until this unique find was discovered, the oldest evidence of metallurgy in the region was several centuries younger, dating from the last quarter of the fifth millennium B.C.E and thus we have unique opportunity to study the very early roots of this advanced technology and how it was introduced to this area."
The world's largest research consortium in the field of metals research and manufacturing is to be created by European industry in the form of Metallurgy Europe.