The Historical Metallurgy Society provides a forum for the exchange of information and research in historical metallurgy. It aims to gain recognition for the subject from the community at large and to be consulted when issues of preservation and recording arise. The Historical Metallurgy Society owns two main collections, the Tylecote collection and the National.
The journal is dedicated to the publication and the dissemination of original research articles (and occasional invited reviews) in the fields of Minerals, Metallurgy and Materials to establish a platform of communication between engineers and scientists. Papers dealing with minerals processing, mining, mine safety, process metallurgy, metallurgical physical chemistry, structure and physical.
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Researchers can use this section to access extensive informative on casting alloys, industry fact sheet, scrap metal, Metal recycling, metal types, metal finishing, metal forming processes, casting processes, Design aids, commercial foundries, home foundry, foundry equipment, technological news and issues, research papers, and much more.
B13: Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Metallurgy and Materials As one of the UK’s top materials engineering research centres, the OU is enhancing the lifespan and performance of safety-critical structures in a range of industries, benefiting the economy, public safety and society.
Powder metallurgy is a group of advanced processes for the synthesis, processing, and shaping of various kinds of materials. Initially inspired by ceramics processing, the methodology comprising of the production of a powder and its transformation to a compact solid product has attracted great attention since the end of World War II.
Rather than attempting to summarize the papers or comment on them individually, I would prefer to turn to the vexing question of mining research in South Africa. I exclude metallurgy, metallurgical, and chemical engineering not due to any prejudice, but due to my ignorance of those subjects and the feeling I have that research in these areas has fared better in recent years than has mining.
The objective of ICMTM 2012 was to present the latest research results of scientists and engineers in the fields of Metallurgy, Mining Engineering, Advanced Materials Science and Materials Processing Technology. The peer-reviewed papers are grouped into chapters: 1 - Advanced Materials and Technology in Metallurgy; 2 - Materials Engineering and Production Technologies.