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FATIGUE AND FRACTURE REFERENCE LIBRARY, 2012 EDITION

The most comprehensive collection of fatigue and fracture technical information and data ever assembled on one disc íV more than 10,000 pages in all!

The Fatigue and Fracture Reference Library DVD provides a complete guide to the fatigue and fracture behavior of irons, steels, nonferrous alloys, and composites. Subject coverage includes fundamentals, fatigue mechanisms, fatigue strength, fracture mechanics, fatigue and fracture control, and much more.

This DVD will be an invaluable resource to materials engineers, failure analysts, and researchers in a broad range of industries.


DVD-ROM / 2012

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ALUMINUM REFERENCE LIBRARY

The Aluminum Reference Library DVD provides a complete guide to the selection, designations, processing, properties, and performance of aluminum and aluminum alloys. All commercial and standard grades of aluminum and aluminum alloys are covered.

DVD-ROM / 2011

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PROCEEDINGS FROM THE MATERIALS SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY CONFERENCE (OCTOBER 16-20, 2011, COLUMBUS, OHIO)

The Materials Science & Technology Conference is devoted to exploring structure, processing, and applications across multiple materials systems. This proceedings volume contains the full text, in PDF format, of papers from the MS&T 2011 conference. The searchable CD can be browsed by symposium, author, or keyword. The MS&T Conference is organized by a partnership among the American Ceramics Society (ACerS), the Association for Iron & Steel Technology (AIST), ASM International, and The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society (TMS).

CD-ROM / 2011

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STAINLESS STEELS REFERENCE LIBRARY, THE

The Stainless Steels Reference Library DVD provides a complete guide to the selection, designations, processing, properties, and performance of stainless steel alloys. All commercial grades are covered, with especially extensive coverage provided for austenitic alloys such as type 304.

DVD-ROM / 2011

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PROCEEDINGS FROM THE MATERIALS SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY CONFERENCE (OCTOBER 17-21, 2010, HOUSTON, TEXAS)

The Materials Science & Technology Conference is devoted to exploring structure, processing, and applications across multiple materials systems. This proceedings volume contains the full text, in PDF format, of papers from the MS&T 2010 conference. The searchable CD can be browsed by symposium, author, or keyword.

CD-ROM / 2010

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TITANIUM REFERENCE LIBRARY

The Titanium Reference Library DVD provides a complete guide to the selection, designations, processing, properties, and performance of titanium and titanium alloys. All commercial grades of commercially pure titanium and titanium alloys are covered. Especially extensive coverage is provided for alloy Ti-6Al-4V, the workhorse of the titanium industry.

DVD-ROM / 2010

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NANOTECHNOLOGY MANUFACTURING

Steve Fonash - Director, Penn State Nanofabrication Facility, Penn State University. Nanotechnology has been predicted to be the progenitor of the second industrial revolution. Some of the approaches to making this exciting potential of nanotechnology into manufacturing reality are assessed. This program answers the big questions about Nanotechnology like, what manufacturing advantages does Nanotechnology offer?, how can Nanofabrication be done in a manufacturable way?, and shows examples of what is currently being done.

DVD / 2003 43 minutes

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NANOTECHNOLOGY: AN OVERVIEW

Steve Fonash - Director Penn State Nanofabrication Facility, Penn State University.

This program explains, "What Is Nanotechnology", and why is it being called "The Machine Shop Technology of the 21st Century"? This presentation is a description of what the popular press calls nanotechnology and presents an overview of what it is and what it is not. Both top-down and bottom-up nanotechnology is described.


DVD / 2003 52 minutes

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NANOTECHNOLOGY: CONCEPTS OF SILICON SURFACE MICROMACHINING

Dr. Bernhard Jokiel, Jr. - Senior Member of Technical Staff, Sandia National Laboratories. This is an introduction to silicon surface micromachining (SSM) as a method for creating micro-electrical mechanical (MEMS) devices. Viewers will be introduced to the basics of processing SSM devices using Sandia National Laboratory's SUMMiT-V (TM) process including design tools and methodology. Real-world applications for MEMS devices will be presented including on-chip spatial motion control as well as an overview of other commercialized MEMS products and technologies.

The viewer will walk away with a clearer view of MEMS technology and a raised awareness of the convergence of macro, meso, micro, and nano fabrication technologies. Several video clips and animations show how these devices create and control motions.


DVD / 2003 / 43 minutes

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AEQUIPMENT & THEORY - COMBUSTION & ELECTRIC WIRE-ARC

  • Thermal spray technology provides a cost-effective solution for many applications requiring resistance to wear, heat and corrosion
  • Processes including electric arc combustion and plasma spray coatings can apply almost any material to the surface of another
  • Coating systems must be engineered and applied correctly to operate as an overlay surface
  • This course provides an understanding of thermal spray processing science as well as applications and practice

    The DVD Equipment & Theory: Combustion and Electric Wire-Arc focuses on:
  • History
  • Methodology
  • Flame spray coating
  • HVOF
  • D-gun
  • Electric-wire-arc coating
  • Plasma spray
  • Material feed
  • Cooling
  • Gas supply
  • Controls

    DVD / 50 minutes

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    AEQUIPMENT & THEORY - PLASMA SPRAY

  • Thermal spray technology provides a cost-effective solution for many applications requiring resistance to wear, heat and corrosion
  • Processes including electric arc combustion and plasma spray coatings can apply almost any material to the surface of another
  • Coating systems must be engineered and applied correctly to operate as an overlay surface
  • This course provides an understanding of thermal spray processing science as well as applications and practice

    The DVD Equipment & Theory: Plasma Spray focuses on:
  • Theory of 4th state if natter
  • AP Airplasma spray
  • Powder feed
  • Particle distribution trajectory
  • LPPS plasma spray variations
  • Material feed systems
  • Controlsy
  • Consoles and Power supplies
  • Ancillary equipment
  • Safety and hygieney

    DVD / 50 minutes

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    AMATERIALS

  • Thermal spray technology provides a cost-effective solution for many applications requiring resistance to wear, heat and corrosion
  • Processes including electric arc combustion and plasma spray coatings can apply almost any material to the surface of another
  • Coating systems must be engineered and applied correctly to operate as an overlay surface
  • This course provides an understanding of thermal spray processing science as well as applications and practice

    The DVD Materials focuses on:
  • Material production methods
  • Particle classification methods
  • Quality control
  • Material specification
  • Standards

    DVD / 60 minutes

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    APPLICATIONS

  • Thermal spray technology provides a cost-effective solution for many applications requiring resistance to wear, heat and corrosion
  • Processes including electric arc combustion and plasma spray coatings can apply almost any material to the surface of another
  • Coating systems must be engineered and applied correctly to operate as an overlay surface
  • This course provides an understanding of thermal spray processing science as well as applications and practice

    The DVD Applications focuses on:
  • Aerospace
  • Automotive
  • Biomedical
  • Ceramic & glass
  • Marine
  • Non-skid
  • Electronics
  • Printing
  • Processing industries
  • Textiles

    DVD / 60 minutes

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    APROCESSING & DESIGN

  • Thermal spray technology provides a cost-effective solution for many applications requiring resistance to wear, heat and corrosion
  • Processes including electric arc combustion and plasma spray coatings can apply almost any material to the surface of another
  • Coating systems must be engineered and applied correctly to operate as an overlay surface
  • This course provides an understanding of thermal spray processing science as well as applications and practice

    The DVD Processing & Design focuses on:
  • Bonding
  • Cleaning
  • Processing
  • Masking
  • Temperature control
  • Spray pattern
  • Process variation
  • Automation
  • Fusing
  • Densification
  • Finishing
  • Stripping

    DVD / 60 minutes

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    ASURFACE SCIENCE

  • Thermal spray technology provides a cost-effective solution for many applications requiring resistance to wear, heat and corrosion
  • Processes including electric arc combustion and plasma spray coatings can apply almost any material to the surface of another
  • Coating systems must be engineered and applied correctly to operate as an overlay surface
  • This course provides an understanding of thermal spray processing science as well as applications and practice

    The DVD Surface Science focuses on:
  • Wear
  • Corrosion
  • Hardening
  • Carburizing
  • Nitriding
  • Electroplating
  • Electroless plating
  • Phosphating
  • Vapor deposition
  • Hardfacing

    DVD / 60 minutes

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    ATESTING & CHARACTERIZATION - METHODS & MOUNTING

  • Thermal spray technology provides a cost-effective solution for many applications requiring resistance to wear, heat and corrosion
  • Processes including electric arc combustion and plasma spray coatings can apply almost any material to the surface of another
  • Coating systems must be engineered and applied correctly to operate as an overlay surface
  • This course provides an understanding of thermal spray processing science as well as applications and practice

    The DVD Testing & Characterization: Methods and Mounting focuses on:
  • Variations in test equipment
  • Metallurgy and materials
  • Grain Size
  • Bonding
  • Coating buildup
  • Response generators and variations
  • Metallographic procedures
  • Vacuum impregnation

    DVD / 50 minutes

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    ATESTING & CHARACTERIZATION - PREPARATION & PROCEDURES

  • Thermal spray technology provides a cost-effective solution for many applications requiring resistance to wear, heat and corrosion
  • Processes including electric arc combustion and plasma spray coatings can apply almost any material to the surface of another
  • Coating systems must be engineered and applied correctly to operate as an overlay surface This course provides an understanding of thermal spray processing science as well as applications and practice

    The DVD Testing & Characterization: Preparation and Procedures focuses on:
  • Speciman preparation
  • Equipment
  • Grinding
  • Polishing
  • Etching
  • Hardness testing
  • Tensile adhesion/cohesion
  • Powder size/chemistry/phase

    DVD / 50 minutes

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