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1990 1063 pages
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Worldwide Guide to
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Standard worldwide designations
for cast irons and steels, wrought
carbon and alloy steels, plus
stainless, high-strength, and tool
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Well over 5,000 entries have been updated and over
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Worldwide Guide to
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Metals and Alloys,
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Over 20,000 alloy designations,
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MS&T 2012 CD
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October 7-11, 2012.
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The full text of papers from the conference. Searchable
CD can be browsed by symposium, author or keyword.
Conference is organized by a partnership among the
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Metallurgy for the Non-Metallurgist 2nd Edition
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2011 526 pages
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This completely revised edition provides an all new modern view of the basic principles and
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2012 374 pages
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Includes historical overview
beginning with the seven metals
of antiquity. Showcases each
metallic element, the discoverer
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GENERAL ENGINEERING REFERENCE
Elements of
Metallurgy and
Engineering Alloys
Edited by F.C. Campbell
2008 672 pages
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A thorough presentation of
physical and mechanical
metallurgical concepts along with a practical survey of all
important metals, their alloys, and their engineering
properties. Covers both basic metallurgy and the
practical engineering aspects of metallic material
selection and application.
Engineers Guide to
Technical Writing
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2001 398 pages
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ASM Materials
Engineering
Dictionary
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1992 555 pages lllustrated
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2009 214 pages
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Complex systems failures can
have hundreds of potential
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Failure Analysis of
Heat Treated Steel
Components
Edited by L.C.F. Canale,
R.A. Mesquita and G.E. Totten
2008 652 pages
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Failure Analysis of
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Structures:
Methodology and
Case Histories
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and S.K. Bhaumik
2005 207 pages
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Failure analysts, practicing engineers, and students of
engineering will find useful guidance and detailed examples
in this reference work on the challenging and complex task
of investigating service failures and accidents.
How to Organize
and Run a Failure
Investigation
By Daniel P. Dennies
2005 223 pages
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Outlines a proven, systematic
approach to failure investigation.
Explains the relationship between various failure sources
and the organization and conduct of the investigation.
FAILURE ANALYSIS
Understanding How
Components Fail,
2nd Edition
By D.J. Wulpi
1999 293 pages
ISBN: 978-0-87170-631-7
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A primer for those who need to
undertake failure investigations.
Basic principles and practices are clearly explained, with
numerous examples featuring commonly used metals,
parts, and service environments.
Systematic Analysis of Gear Failures
By L.E. Alban
1985 232 pages 200 illustrations
ISBN: 978-0-87170-200-5
Product Code: 06342G
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Damage Mechanisms
and Life Assessment
of High-Temperature
Components
By R. viswanathan
1989 440 pages
ISBN: 978-0-87170-358-3
Product Code: 06049G
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Brings together the theoretical
aspects of high-temperature damage phenomena and the
practical aspects of assessing the actual damage on a
component-specific basis. Lays the theoretical foundation
with respect to toughness, embrittlement phenomena,
creep, fatigue, and creep-fatigue interaction.
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Handbook of Case Histories in
Failure Analysis Volume 1
Edited by K.A. Esaklul
1992 504 pages
115 case histories
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Handbook of Case Histories in
Failure Analysis Volume 2
Edited by K.A. Esaklul
1993 583 pages
120 case histories
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Learn how others have solved failures in various industries
such as automotive, aerospace, utilities, oil and gas,
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Metallographic
Polishing by
Mechanical Methods,
4th Edition
By L.E. Samuels
2003 345 pages
ISBN: 978-0-87170-779-6
Product Code: 06964G
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Hardness Testing,
2nd Edition
Edited by H. Chandler
1999 192 pages
ISBN: 978-0-87170-640-9
Product Code: 06671G
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Hardness Testing:
Principles and
Applications
Edited by Dr. Konrad Herrmann,
et al.
2011 262 pages
ISBN: 978-1-61503-832-9
Product Code: 05331G
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Hardness testing of metals,
plastics, rubber and other
materials. Technical developments such as the
introduction of image processing in the Brinell and
Vickers method, the adaptation of hardness testing
machines to process-oriented testing conditions, and
the development of highly accurate and efficient
calibration methods.
Inspection of Metals:
Understanding
the Basics
Edited by F.C. Campbell
2013 Approx. 450 pages
ISBN: 978-1-62708-000-2
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Emphasizes final part inspection at the manufacturing
facility or on receipt at the users facility. Provides an
intermediate level overview to the different methods used
to inspect metals and finished parts and a more detailed
review of the specific inspection methods for important
metal product forms. The advantages and limitations of
each method are discussed, including when other
methods may be warranted. Chapters on specific
product forms (e.g., castings) compare the different
inspection methods and why they are used.
Metallography:
Principles and Practice
By G. vander voort
1984 752 pages
ISBN: 978-0-87170-672-0
Product Code: 06785G
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A proven reference work for
metallographers, engineers, and
technicians as well as students.
Thoroughly referenced and well-
illustrated with an extensive collection of micrographs
and macrographs.
Light Microscopy of
Carbon Steels
By L.E. Samuels
1999 502 pages
ISBN: 978-0-87170-655-3
Product Code: 06656G
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How to book gives everyday
working examples and discusses
the relationship between the
constitution, properties, and
microstructure of various carbon steel products.
Over 1,200 micrographs and 90 other figures.
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Atlas of Stress-Strain
Curves, 2nd Edition
2002 816 pages
ISBN: 978-0-87170-739-0
Product Code: 06825G
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More than 1,400 curves
normalized in appearance to aid
making comparisons among
materials. All diagrams include
metric (SI) units, and many also
include U.S. customary units captioned with standard
designation, the primary source of the curve, mechanical
properties, condition of sample, strain rate, test
temperature, and alloy composition.
Tensile Testing,
2nd Edition
Edited by J.R. Davis
2004 283 pages
ISBN: 978-0-87170-806-9
Product Code: 05106G
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A complete guide to the uniaxial
tensile test, the cornerstone test
for determining the mechanical
properties of materials. Learn ways
to predict material behavior through tensile testing, and
how to test metals, alloys, composites, ceramics, and
plastics to determine strength, ductility and elastic/plastic
deformation.
Nondestructive
Testing
By L. Cartz
1995 229 pages
ISBN: 978-0-87170-517-4
Product Code: 06390G
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Problems and defects of all kinds
arise in the development and use
of mechanical devices, electrical
equipment, hydraulic systems,
transportation mechanisms and the like. However, an
extremely wide range of nondestructive testing (NDT)
methods are available to help you examine these different
problems and various defects in an assortment of
materials under varying circumstances.
Optical Microscopy of
Fiber-Reinforced
Composites
By Brian S. Hayes and
Luther M. Gammon
2010 284 pages
ISBN: 978-1-61503-044-6
Product Code: 05303G
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Optical microscopy is one of the
most valuable, but under-utilized,
tools for analyzing fiber-reinforced polymer matrix
composites. Hands-on book covers: sample preparation,
microscopic techniques, and applications. Over 180 full
color images illustrate the technologys power to study
the microstructure of heterogeneous, anisotropic
materials.
Metallographers
Guide: Practices and
Procedures for Irons
and Steels
By B.L. Bramfitt and
A.O. Benscoter
2002 354 pages
ISBN: 978-0-87170-748-2
Product Code: 06040G
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Important metallurgical concepts
related to the microstructures of irons and steels. More
than 500 representative microstructures, and how they
can be altered by heat treatment and other means.
Metallographic
Etching, 2nd Edition
By G. Petzow
1999 240 pages
ISBN: 978-0-87170-633-1
Product Code: 06670G
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An outstanding source on etchants
of all types and electrolytic polishing
solutions used by metallographers
to reveal the structure of nearly any
material to be prepared and
examined.
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Fatigue and
Fracture:
Understanding
the Basics
Edited by F.C. Campbell
2012 Approx. 698 pages
ISBN: 978-1-61503-976-0
Product Code: 05361G
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Covers mechanical properties
of materials, differences
between ductile and brittle
fractures, fracture mechanics, the basics of fatigue,
structural joints, high temperature failures, wear,
environmentally-induced failures, and steps in the failure
analysis process. Chapters devoted to fatigue and
fracture of steels, aluminum alloys, titanium and titanium
alloys, ceramics, polymers, and continuous fiber polymer
matrix composites.
Mechanics and
Mechanisms of
Fracture: An
Introduction
By A.F. Liu
2005 458 pages
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Product Code: 06954G
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Fundamental and practical concepts of fracture are
described in terms of stress analysis and the mechanical
behavior of materials.
Fatigue and Fracture
Reference Library DVD
2012 Edition
2012 ASM lnternational
ISBN: 978-1-61503-981-4
Product Code: 05366V
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The most comprehensive
collection of fatigue and fracture
technical information and data ever
assembled on one discmore than 10,000 pages in all!
A complete guide to the fatigue and fracture behavior of
irons, steels, nonferrous alloys, and composites.
Fundamentals, fatigue mechanisms, fatigue strength,
fracture mechanics, fatigue and fracture control, and
much more.
DVD can be used with any Windows platform laptop or desktop
computer with a DVD drive. Articles can be printed, and text, tables,
and images can be copied and pasted. Note: the files on the disc
cannot be copied, so the DVD must be present in the local machine
for the content to be accessed.
Atlas of Fatigue Curves
Edited by H.E. Boyer
1986 518 pages lllustrated
ISBN: 978-0-87170-214-2
Product Code: 06156G
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More than 500 fatigue curves for
industrial ferrous and nonferrous
alloys. Standard S-N curves,
curves showing effect of surface
hardening on fatigue strength,
crack growth-rate curves, curves comparing the fatigue
strengths of various alloys, effect of temperature,
humidity, frequency, aging, environment and more.
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Fatigue and Durability
of Structural Materials
By S.S. Manson and G.R. Halford
2006 456 pages
ISBN: 978-0-87170-825-0
Product Code: 06987G
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Focuses on metallic materials but
also addresses unique capabilities
of important nonmetals.
Fatigue and Durability
of Metals at High
Temperatures
By S.S. Manson and G.R. Halford
2009 268 pages
ISBN: 978-0-87170-718-5
Product Code: 05206G
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Written by preeminent experts, this
work gives development engineers,
students, and component designers
an important reference on how to analyze time-dependent
metal fatigue at high temperatures.
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Cold and Hot Forging:
Fundamentals and
Applications
Edited by T. Altan, G. Ngaile
and G. Shen
2005 341 pages
ISBN: 978-0-87170-805-2
Product Code: 05104G
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Fundamentals of forging technology,
principal variables of the forging process and their
interactions, and computer-aided techniques such as
finite-element analysis (FEA) for forging process and
tooling design.
ASM Specialty Handbook
Tool Materials
Edited by J.R. Davis
1995 501 pages
ISBN: 978-0-87170-545-7
Product Code: 06506G
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Casting Design and
Performance
2009 272 pages
ISBN: 978-0-87170-724-6
Product Code: 05263G
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For designers, manufacturing
engineers, and purchasing
personnel who specify and evaluate
metal castings. General design
principles with in-depth coverage on important design
configurations of cast components, casting design
influences in casting solidification and properties.
Dynamic properties are described in detail for cast iron,
steel, and aluminum.
Gear Materials,
Properties, and
Manufacture
Edited by J.R. Davis
2005 339 pages
ISBN: 978-0-87170-815-1
Product Code: 05125G
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Overview of gears, lubrication and
wear; in-depth treatment of metallic
alloys (ferrous and nonferrous) and plastic gear materials;
gear manufacturing methods (including metal removal,
casting, forming, and forging); heat treatment; and failure
analysis, fatigue life prediction and mechanical testing.
Handbook of
Workability and
Process Design
Edited by G.E. Dieter, H.A. Kuhn,
and S.L. Semiatin
2003 414 pages
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Sheet Metal
Forming:
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Edited by Taylan Altan and
A. Erman Tekkaya
2012 314 pages
ISBN: 978-1-61503-842-8
Product Code: 05340G
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Principal variables of sheet
formingincluding interactions
between variablesare clearly explained, as a basic
foundation for the most effective use of computer
aided modeling in process and die design. Stress
analysis, formability criteria, tooling, materials for sheet
forming, and the latest developments in sheet metal
forming technology.
Sheet Metal
Forming: Processes
and Applications
Edited by Taylan Altan and
A. Erman Tekkaya
2012 382 pages
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Product Code: 05350G
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The latest developments on
the design of sheet forming
operations, equipment, tooling, and process modeling.
Covers all major sheet forming processes and many
special sheet forming operations. Process modeling
using finite element analysis is described throughout.
Topics include warm forming of magnesium and
aluminum alloys, forming of advanced high-strength
steels (AHSS), hot stamping, sensors, and die materials.
Extrusion, 2nd Edition
Edited by M. Bauser, G. Sauer,
and K. Siegert
2006 608 pages
ISBN: 978-0-87170-837-3
Product Code: 06998G
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Newest edition. Overview of
extrusion processes, equipment,
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fundamentals of extrusion are
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Product Code: 06491G
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ASM Specialty Handbook
Stainless Steels
Edited by J.R. Davis
1994 576 pages
Hundreds of figures and tables. Your single resource for
stainless information.
ISBN: 978-0-87170-503-7
Product Code: 06398G
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ASM Specialty Handbook Carbon
and Alloy Steels
Edited by J.R. Davis
1996 731 pages
ISBN: 978-0-87170-557-0
Product Code: 06611G
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The History of
Stainless Steel
By Harold M. Cobb
2010 384 pages lllustrated
Soft Cover
ISBN: 978-1-61503-010-1
Product Code: 05276G
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ISBN: 978-1-61503-011-8
Product Code: 05279G
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Will light the imagination of those curious about how
technology can advance and benefit society. Architects,
historians, and railroad enthusiasts will enjoy this book as
well. Includes a Stainless Steel Timeline that lists over
450 interesting and important facts and events on
stainless steels technology and applications.
ASM Specialty
Handbook Cast Irons
Edited by J.R. Davis
1996 494 pages
ISBN: 978-0-87170-564-8
Product Code: 06613G
Price: $299 / ASM Member: $225
Basic information on metallurgy,
solidification characteristics, and
properties, as well as extensive
reviews on the low-alloy gray,
ductile, compacted graphite, and malleable irons.
Stainless Steels
Reference Library
DVD, 2011 Edition
ASM lnternational 2011
More than 11,000 pages in
PDF format.
ISBN: 978-1-61503-829-9
Product Code: 05334V
Price: $695 / ASM Member: $595
Complete guide to the selection, designations,
processing, properties, and performance of stainless
steel alloys. All commercial grades are covered, with
extensive coverage for austenitic alloys such as type 304.
DVD can be used with any Windows platform laptop or desktop
computer with a DVD drive. Articles can be printed, and text,
tables, and images can be copied and pasted. Note: the files on
the disc cannot be copied, so the DVD must be present in the
local machine for the content to be accessed.
Engineering Properties
of Steel
Edited by Philip Harvey
1982 509 pages
ISBN: 978-0-87170-144-2
Product Code: 06241G
Price: $149 / ASM Member: $109
Extensive data on properties of more
than 425 steels are presented in a
ready-reference format that makes
information easy to find. Provides chemical composition,
mechanical properties, physical properties, fabrication
characteristics, machining data and typical uses of steels.
Steel Metallurgy for the
Non-Metallurgist
By John D. verhoeven
2007 225 pages
ISBN: 978-0-87170-858-8
Product Code: 05214G
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Simple to complex concepts
involved in heat treatment of most
types of steel as well as cast iron.
THE practical primer on steel
metallurgy for those who select,
heat, forge, or machine steel.
Powder Metallurgy
Stainless Steels:
Processing,
Microstructures, and
Properties
By E. Klar and P. Samal
2007 256 pages
ISBN: 978-0-87170-848-9
Product Code: 05200G
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STEELS & CAST IRONS
Stahlschlssel
(Key To Steel)
2013 Edition
By C.W. Wegst
2013 Approx. 800 pages
ISBN: 978-3-922599-29-6
Product Code: 05378G
Price: $225 /
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Decipher steel designations
and find equivalent materials
worldwide. More than 70,000
standard designations and trade names from approximately
300 steelmakers and suppliers. Covers structural steels, tool
steels, valve steels, high temperature steels and alloys,
stainless and heat-resisting steels, and more. Standards
and designations from 25 countries are cross-referenced.
Text in English, French, and German.
Stahlschlssel
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2013 Edition
By C.W. Wegst
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Steel Castings
Handbook, 6th Edition
Co-published by Steel Founders'
Society of America and ASM
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1995 472 pages
ISBN: 978-0-87170-556-3
Product Code: 06820G
Price: $225 / ASM Member: $169
Purchasing, designing and
manufacture of castings (including
casting and molding, heat treatment, and quality assurance),
materials selection for mechanical and chemical properties,
and materials selection for processing properties.
Tool Steels,
5th Edition
By G. Roberts, G. Krauss,
and R. Kennedy
1998 364 pages
ISBN: 978-0-87170-599-0
Product Code: 06590G
Price: $199 / ASM Member: $149
Contains a significant amount of
information from the past two
decades presented in an easy-to-
use outline format, making this a
must have reference for engineers involved in tool-steel
production, as well as in the selection and use of tool
steels in metalworking and other materials manufacturing
industries.
Steels: Processing,
Structure, and
Performance
By George Krauss
2005 613 pages
ISBN: 978-0-87170-817-5
Product Code: 05140G
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George Krauss uses this as
course material in the Heat
Treatment, Microstructure
and Performance of Carbon and Alloy Steels course.
See page 42 for details.
Essential reference for anyone who makes, uses, studies,
or designs with steel. Focuses on the interrelationships
among chemistry, processing, structure, and performance
for various steel types. The evolution, characterization, and
performance of steel microstructures are described, with
emphasis on deformation and fracture.
Stainless Steels for
Design Engineers
By Michael F. McGuire
2008 312 pages
ISBN: 978-0-87170-717-8
Product Code: 05231G
Price: $179 / ASM Member: $129
Addresses selection for
corrosion resistance,
processing, and major
applications.
Handbook of
Residual Stress and
Deformation of Steel
Edited by G. Totten, M. Howes,
and T. lnoue
2002 499 pages
ISBN: 978-0-87170-729-1
Product Code: 06700G
Price: $159 / ASM Member: $119
Recommended heat treating
practices, methods for
maintaining temperature uniformity during heating, tips
for preventing oxide formation, and techniques for
measuring residual stresses.
Introduction to
Stainless Steels,
3rd Edition
By J. Beddoes and J.G. Parr
1999 315 pages
ISBN: 978-0-87170-673-7
Product Code: 06685G
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Handbook
Aluminum &
Aluminum Alloys
Edited by J.R. Davis
1993 784 pages
ISBN: 978-0-87170-496-2
Product Code: 06610G
Price: $299 / ASM Member: $225
Hundreds of illustrations, tables,
and graphs. A tremendous value
and time saver for engineers, designers, and researchers.
Emerging technologies, including aluminum metal-matrix
composites, are combined with all the essential aluminum
information from the ASM Handbook

series (with
updated statistical information).
ASM Specialty Handbook
Copper and Copper Alloys
Edited by J.R. Davis
2001 652 pages
ISBN: 978-0-87170-726-0
Product Code: 06605G
Price: $299 / ASM Member: $225
Covers the selection and applications of copper and
copper alloys. Includes all of the essential information
contained in the ASM Handbook

series. Important
reference information from a variety of ASM
publications and industry sources.
ASM Specialty Handbook
Heat-Resistant Materials
Edited by J.R. Davis
1997 591 pages
ISBN: 978-0-87170-596-9
Product Code: 06612G
Price: $299 / ASM Member: $225
ASM Specialty Handbook
Magnesium and Magnesium Alloys
Edited by M. Avedesian and H. Baker
1999 314 pages
ISBN: 978-0-87170-657-7
Product Code: 06770G
Price: $299 / ASM Member: $225
Prepared in cooperation with the International Magnesium
Association. Current industrial practices, information, and
data about the properties and performance of
magnesium alloys.
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Product Code: 05250G
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Properties of
Aluminum Alloys:
Fatigue Data and
the Effects of
Temperature, Product
Form, and Processing
Edited by J.G. Kaufman
2008 574 pages
ISBN: 978-0-87170-839-7
Product code: 05156G
Price: $249 / ASM Member: $189
One of the most comprehensive collections of fatigue
data yet available for aluminum alloys, temperatures, and
products. The data, including over 1,000 curves and
numerous tables, are presented in a consistent format,
conveniently arranged by alloy and temper.
Properties of
Aluminum Alloys:
Tensile, Creep, and
Fatigue Data
at High and Low
Temperatures
Edited by J.G. Kaufman
1999 311 pages
ISBN: 978-0-87170-632-4
Product code: 06813G
Price: $249 / ASM Member: $189
Co-published by the Aluminum Association and
ASM International.
ASM Specialty Handbook
Nickel, Cobalt, and Their Alloys
Edited by J.R. Davis
2000 442 pages
ISBN: 978-0-87170-685-0
Product Code: 06178G
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The compositions, properties, processing, performance,
and applications of nickel, cobalt, and their alloys.
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Castings: Properties,
Processes, and
Applications
By J.G. Kaufman and E.L. Rooy
2004 340 pages
Co-published by ASM lnternational
and the American Foundry Society.
ISBN: 978-0-87170-803-8
Product Code: 05114G
Price: $249 / ASM Member: $179
Extensive collections of property and performance data,
including aging response curves, growth curves, and
fatigue curves.
SMST-2011
Edited by M.R. Mitchell
2012 212 pages
ISBN: 978-1-4614-6172-2
Product Code: 05328G
Price: $259 /
ASM Member: $199
SMST Conferences focus on
real-world issues and
applications of shape memory
materials. This special,
expanded issue of the Journal
of Materials Engineering and Performance features 35
peer-reviewed and edited contributions based on papers
presented at SMST-2011 on topics related to shape
memory and superelasticity.
Titanium: A Technical
Guide, 2nd Edition
By M.J. Donachie, Jr.
2000 381 pages
ISBN: 978-0-87170-686-7
Product Code: 06112G
Price: $199 / ASM Member: $149
Significant features of the
metallurgy and application of
titanium and its alloys. All technical
aspects of titanium use. Sufficient
metals property data.
Materials Properties
Handbook: Titanium
Alloys
Edited by R. Boyer, E.W. Collings,
and G. Welsch
1994 1169 pages
ISBN: 978-0-87170-481-8
Product Code: 06005G
Price: $349 / ASM Member: $259
The most comprehensive
titanium data package ever
assembled. Information on
applications, physical properties, corrosion, mechanical
properties, fatigue, fracture properties, and elevated
temperature properties.
Titanium Reference
Library DVD, 2010
Edition
2010 Almost 10,000 pages
of content in PDF format
ISBN: 978-1-61503-721-6
Product Code: 05318V
Price: $695 /
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A complete guide to the selection, designations,
processing, properties, and performance of all
commercial grades of pure titanium and titanium
alloys. Extensive coverage for alloy Ti-6Al-4V, the
industry workhorse.
The DVD can be used with any Windows platform laptop or
desktop computer with a DVD drive. Articles can be printed, and
text, tables, and images can be copied and pasted. Note: the files
on the disc cannot be copied, so the DVD must be present in the
local machine for the content to be accessed.
The Surface
Treatment and
Finishing of
Aluminum and
Its Alloys,
(2 Volume Book
+ CD)
By P.G. Sheasby and
R. Pinner
2001 1387 pages
Co-published by Finishing Publications Ltd.
and ASM lnternational
vol. 1 lSBN: 978-0-90447-721-4
vol. 2 lSBN: 978-0-90447-722-1
CD ISBN: 978-0-90447-723-8
Product Code: 06945G
Price: $469 / ASM Member: $399
A comprehensive review and guide to surface
engineering cleaning, finishing, and coating of
aluminum and its alloys. Covers anodizing and coloring
treatments. Two-volume set, including CD.
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Superalloys: A
Technical Guide,
2nd Edition
By M.J. Donachie and
S.J. Donachie
2002 439 pages
ISBN: 978-0-87170-749-9
Product Code: 06128G
Price: $199 / ASM Member: $149
Covers virtually all technical
aspects related to the selection,
processing, use, and analysis of
superalloys.
Beryllium Chemistry
and Processing
By K.A. Walsh Edited by
E.E. vidal, A. Goldberg,
E. Dalder, D.L. Olson,
and B. Mishra
2009 680 pages
ISBN: 978-0-87170-721-5
Product Code: 05223G
Price: $249 / ASM Member: $185
Beryllium compounds of
industrial interest, alloying, casting, powder processing,
forming, metal removal, joining, and other manufacturing
processes are covered. Environmental degradation of
beryllium and its alloys both in aqueous and high
temperature condition, plus health and environmental
issues.
Aluminum Extrusion
Technology
By P.K. Saha
2000 259 pages
ISBN: 978-0-87170-644-7
Product Code: 06826G
Price: $199 / ASM Member: $159
Practical information and reviews
of important theoretical concepts
in the different areas of extrusion
technology. Intended for technical
and engineering personnel, as well as research students
in manufacturing.
Introduction to
Aluminum Alloys
and Tempers
By J.G. Kaufman
2000 258 pages
ISBN: 978-0-87170-689-8
Product Code: 06180G
Price: $49 / ASM Member: $39
Advantages and limitations of
aluminum alloys and temper
combinations in terms of the
relationship of their composition, process history, and
microstructure to service requirements.
Aluminum Reference
Library DVD,
2011 Edition
2011 More than 15,000 pages in
PDF format.
ISBN: 978-1-61503-723-0
Product Code: 05322V
Price: $995 / ASM Member: $895
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.
The DVD can be used with any Windows platform laptop or
desktop computer with a DVD drive. Articles can be printed, and
text, tables, and images can be copied and pasted. Note: the files
on the disc cannot be copied, so the DVD must be present in the
local machine for the content to be accessed.
Superalloys: Alloying
and Performance
Blaine Geddes, Hugo Leon, and
Xiao Huang
2010 176 pages
ISBN: 978-1-61503-040-8
Product Code: 05300G
Price: $99 / ASM Member: $69
An introduction for understanding
the compositional complexity of
superalloys and the wide range of
alloys developed for specific applications. The basics of
alloying, strengthening mechanisms, and structure of
superalloys are explained in optimizing particular
mechanical properties, oxidation/ corrosion resistance,
and manufacturing characteristics such as castability,
forgeability, and weldability.
Superalloys
Reference Library
DVD, 2011 Edition
2011 Approx. 10,000 pages in
PDF format.
ISBN: 978-1-61503-830-5
Product Code: 05335V
Price: $695 /
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A complete guide to the selection, designations,
processing, properties, and performance of superalloys.
All commercial grades covered, with extensive coverage
on the most widely used nickel-base alloys.
The DVD can be used with any Windows platform laptop or desktop
computer with a DVD drive. Articles can be printed, and text, tables,
and images can be copied and pasted. Note: the files on the disc
cannot be copied, so the DVD must be present in the local machine
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Principles of Brazing and Principles of
Soldering
Product Code: 05124G
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Principles of Brazing
By David M. Jacobson and
Giles Humpston
2005 268 pages
ISBN: 978-0-87170-812-0
Product Code: 05123G
Price: $159 / ASM Member: $119
Compares joining methods,
explains the fundamental
parameters of brazes, and surveys
the metallurgy of braze alloy systems.
Principles
of Soldering
By Giles Humpston and
David M. Jacobson
2004 271 pages
ISBN: 978-0-87170-792-5
Product Code: 06244G
Price: $159 / ASM Member: $119
The fundamental characteristics
of solders, fluxes, and joining
environments and the impact these have in the selection
and successful use of soldering.
Weld Integrity and Performance
1997 417 pages
ISBN: 978-0-87170-600-3
Product Code: 06593G
Price: $199 / ASM Member: $149
For welding engineers, welders, metallurgists, and materials
science engineers involved with the application, fabrication,
and assessment of welded structures. Selected articles are
compiled from various ASM International publications that
deal with structural welds involving important ferrous and
nonferrous engineering metals and alloys.
Brazing, 2nd Edition
By M.M. Schwartz
2003 421 pages
ISBN: 978-0-87170-784-0
Product Code: 06955G
Price: $149 / ASM Member: $109
This popular book answers practical questions that arise in
the application and use of brazing technology. A current
and comprehensive resource on brazing fundamentals.
Brazing and
Soldering 2012
Edited by R. Gourley and
C. Walker
2012 530 pages
ISBN: 978-1-61503-977-7
Product Code: 05364G
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Proceedings from the
Fifth International Brazing
and Soldering Conference,
April 2225, 2012,
Las Vegas, Nevada, USA.
Trends in Welding
Research 2012:
Proceedings of the
9th International
Conference
Edited by J. Babu, H.K. Bhadeshia,
C.E. Cross, S.A. David, T. DebRoy,
J. Pupont, T. Koseki, and S. Liu
2013 Approx. 960 pages
ISBN: 978-1-62708-998-2
Product Code: 05375G
Price: $159 / ASM Member: $119
This conference attracts the worlds leading welding
researchers. Topics covered include friction stir welding,
sensing, control and automation, microstructure and
properties, welding processes, procedures and
consumables, weldability, modeling, phase
transformations, residual stress and distortion, physical
processes in welding, and properties and structural
integrity of weldments.
Joining:
Understanding
the Basics
Edited by F.C. Campbell
2011 346 pages
ISBN: 978-1-61503-825-1
Product Code: 05329G
Price: $179 / ASM Member: $129
Extends ASMs Understanding
the Basics series into fabrication
technologies. An introduction to
welding, brazing, soldering, fastening, and adhesive
bonding. Addresses metallurgical issues that must be
understood during welding, including joining systems of
materials that are the same, similar, or different.
Friction Stir
Welding and
Processing
Edited by R.S. Mishra and
M.W. Mahoney
2007 368 pages
ISBN: 978-0-87170-840-3
Product Code: 05112G
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Heat Treater's Guides,
2-volume Set Product Code: 06489G
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Heat Treaters Guide: Practices and
Procedures for Irons and Steels,
2nd Edition
1995 904 pages
ISBN: 978-0-87170-520-4
Product Code: 06400G
Price: $299 /
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Each data sheet gives the chemical composition of
the alloy, a listing of similar U.S. and foreign alloys, its
characteristics, and the recommended heat treating
procedure. A wide variety of additional heat treating
data such as representative micrographs, isothermal
transformation diagrams, cooling transformation diagrams,
tempering curves, and data on dimensional change.
Heat Treaters Guide: Practices and
Procedures for Nonferrous Alloys
1996 669 pages
ISBN: 978-0-87170-565-5
Product Code: 06325G
Price: $299 / ASM Member: $225
Quick access to recommended heat treating information for
hundreds of nonferrous alloys, plus composition, trade
names, common name, specifications (both U.S. and foreign),
available product forms, and typical applications. Information
is presented by alloy group in the datasheet format
established in the companion edition on irons and steels.
Quenching and
Control of
Distortion 2012
Edited by D.S. MacKenzie,
B. Liscic, T. Lubben, and
H.W. Zoch
2012 930 pages
ISBN: 978-0-87170-980-7
Product Code: 05365G
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Proceedings of the 6th
International Conference on
Quenching and Control of
Distortion and the 4th International Distortion Engineering
Conference, September 10-13, 2012, Chicago, Illinois.
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lrons & Steels / Nonferrous Alloys
Product Code: 06191G
Price: $539 / ASM Member: $399
Atlas of Time-Temperature Diagrams
These two volumes comprise the most comprehensive
collection of time-temperature diagrams. Each volume
features commonly used curves as well as out-of-print
and difficult-to-find data.
Irons & Steels
Edited by G. vander voort
1991 804 pages 1,839 diagrams
ISBN: 978-0-87170-415-3
Product Code: 06150G
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Nonferrous Alloys
Edited by G. vander voort
1991 474 pages 500 diagrams
ISBN: 978-0-87170-428-3
Product Code: 06190G
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Heat Treating 2011:
Proceedings of the
26th Conference
Edited by B.L. Ferguson,
R. Jones, D.S. MacKenzie,
and D. Weires
2011 326 pages
ISBN: 978-1-61503-838-1
Product Code: 05346G
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Vacuum Heat
Treatment:
Principles, Practices,
Applications
By Daniel H. Herring
Publisher: BNP Media
2012 536 pages
ISBN: 978-0-97675-690-7
Product Code: 75025G
Price: $154.99 /
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A comprehensive introduction
and technical resource for vacuum processes and
equipment, focused on subjects engineers, heat treaters,
quality assurance personnel and metallurgists need to
know. Tips and techniques on vacuum operation, controls,
component operation and maintenance/repair. Helpful in
determining equipment choices, how furnaces should be
run, how process recipes are designed, and what
troubleshooting steps are needed.
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Heat Treating
Reference Library
DVD, 2012 Edition
2012 ASM lnternational
ISBN: 978-1-61503-840-4
Product Code: 05347V
Price: $695 / ASM
Member: $595
A complete guide to the heat treating of steels and
nonferrous alloys. More than 3000 articles, data sheets,
and diagrams from the ASM Handbook and other
authoritative sources - more than 15,000 pages of content.
The DVD can be used with any Windows platform laptop or desktop
computer with a DVD drive. Articles can be printed, and text, tables,
and images can be copied and pasted. Note: the files on the disc
cannot be copied, so the DVD must be present in the local machine
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Practical Nitriding
and Ferritic
Nitrocarburizing
By David Pye
2003 256 pages
ISBN: 978-0-87170-791-8
Product Code: 06950G
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Nitriding and ferritic
nitrocarburizing offer unique
advantages over other surface
hardening heat treatments. This book will help you to
understand these processes, select the appropriate
process and process parameters, control the process,
evaluate results, and troubleshoot.
Practical Heat Treating,
Second Edition
By J.L. Dossett and H.E. Boyer
2006 296 pages
ISBN: 978-0-87170-829-8
Product Code: 05144G
Price: $139 / ASM Member: $99
An excellent introduction and guide
for design and manufacturing
engineers, technicians, students, and
others who need to understand why
heat treatment is specified and how different processes are
used to obtain desired properties. Clear, concise, and non-
theoretical language.
Carburizing: Microstructures
and Properties
By G. Parrish
1999 247 pages
ISBN: 978-0-87170-666-9
Product Code: 06677G
Price: $149 / ASM Member: $109
Detailed discussions and over 250 graphs/charts
describe the effects of microstructure on the properties
of carburized steels. Clarifies the causes, interpretation,
prevention, and consequences of various microstructural
variations and defects in carburized parts. Also covered
are the effects of post-hardening heat treatments, surface
grinding, and shot peening.
Heat Treatment of
Gears: A Practical
Guide for Engineers
By A.K. Rakhit
2000 209 pages
ISBN: 978-0-87170-694-2
Product Code: 06732G
Price: $159 / ASM Member: $119
Heat treat distortion of gears
is discussed in detail for the
major heat treat processes.
A case history of each successful gear heat treat
process is included.
Practical Induction
Heat Treating
By R.E. Haimbaugh
2001 332 pages
ISBN: 978-0-87170-743-7
Product Code: 06098G
Price: $199 / ASM Member: $149
Comprehensive coverage of all
aspects related to induction heat
treatment, from basic concepts
to equipment, operating
parameters, process analysis,
quality control, and standardization.
SteCal 3.0
(CD + Booklet)
By P. Tarin and J. Prez
2004 Microsoft Windows format
ISBN: 978-0-87170-796-3
Product Code: 07482A
Price: $439 / ASM Member: $329
Use for predicting the properties
obtained from heat treating low-alloy
steels. An excellent tool for heat
treaters to use in estimating and
refining heat treating parameters for
unfamiliar steels, or comparing the properties of two steels
of different composition to arrive at the most appropriate
composition for a particular application.
Elements of Induction
Heating: Design,
Control, &
Applications
By S. Zinn, S.L. Semiatin
1988 335 pages
ISBN: 978-0-87170-308-8
Product Code: 06522G
Price: $99 / ASM Member: $69
Surface Hardening of Steels:
Understanding the Basics
Edited by J.R. Davis
2002 364 pages
ISBN: 978-0-87170-764-2
Product Code: 06952G
Price: $139 / ASM Member: $99
A practical selection guide to help engineers and technicians
choose the most efficient surface hardening techniques that
offer consistent and repeatable results. Emphasis is placed
on processing temperature, case/coating thickness, bond
strength, and hardness level obtained.
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CORROSION
Corrosion:
Understanding
the Basics
Edited by J.R. Davis
2000 563 pages
ISBN: 978-0-87170-641-6
Product Code: 06691G
Price: $189 / ASM Member: $139
A how to approach to
understanding and solving the
problems of corrosion of structural
materials. Written for those with limited technical
background. Provides more experienced engineers with
a useful overview of the principles of corrosion and can
be used as a general guide for developing a corrosion-
control program.
Handbook of
Corrosion Data,
2nd Edition
Edited by B. Craig and D. Anderson
1995 998 pages
ISBN: 978-0-87170-518-1
Product Code: 06407G
Price: $299 / ASM Member: $225
Includes Corrosion of Metals and
Alloys and Corrosion Media. The
first part contains summaries on the general corrosion
characteristics of major metals and alloys in various
corrosion environments. The second part is organized
alphabetically by chemical compound and the data for
each corrosive agent/compound are in tabular form.
Fundamentals of
Electrochemical
Corrosion
By E.E. Stansbury and
R.A. Buchanan
2000 487 pages
ISBN: 978-0-87170-676-8
Product Code: 06594G
Price: $149 ASM Member: $109
Corrosion of
Weldments
Edited by J.R. Davis
2006 236 pages
ISBN: 978-0-87170-841-0
Product Code: 05182G
Price: $199 / ASM Member: $149
Details the many forms of weld
corrosion and the methods used to
minimize weld corrosion.
Stress-Corrosion
Cracking: Materials
Performance and
Evaluation
Edited by R.H. Jones
1992 448 pages
ISBN: 978-0-87170-441-2
Product Code: 06355G
Price: $199 / ASM Member: $149
Corrosion in the
Petrochemical
Industry
1994 501 pages Hundreds
of illustrations and tables
ISBN: 978-0-87170-505-1
Product Code: 06393G
Price: $199 / ASM Member: $149
Written for engineers, production
managers, and technicians in the
petrochemical and chemical
process industries. How to select the best material for a
corrosion-sensitive petrochemical application along with
various prevention methods.
Materials Selection
for Corrosion Control
By S.L. Chawla and R.K Gupta
1993 508 Pages
ISBN: 978-0-87170-474-0
Product Code: 06189G
Price: $99 / ASM Member: $69
Corrosion principles and
evaluation; ferrous alloys;
nonferrous alloys; nonmetallic
materials; corrosion control
methods; and materials selection
methodologies.
High-Temperature
Corrosion and
Materials
Applications
By George Y. Lai
2007 480 pages
ISBN: 978-0-87170-853-3
Product Code: 05208G
Price: $229 / ASM Member: $169
Covers oxidation, nitridation,
carburization and metal dusting,
corrosion by halogen and halides, sulfidation, erosion
and erosion-corrosion, hot corrosion in gas turbines,
boilers and furnaces, stress-assisted corrosion and
cracking, molten salt corrosion, liquid metal corrosion
and embrittlement, and hydrogen attack.
Corrosion of Aluminum
and Aluminum Alloys
Edited by J.R. Davis
1999 313 pages
ISBN: 978-0-87170-629-4
Product Code: 06787G
Price: $159 / ASM Member: $119
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COATINGS & SURFACE ENGINEERING
Protective Coatings
for Turbine Blades
By Y. Tamarin
2002 244 pages
ISBN: 978-0-87170-759-8
Product Code: 06738G
Price: $49 / ASM Member: $39
Addresses the problem of surface
protection for aircraft engine turbine
blades. Based on the authors 30+
years of work on the development
and application of coatings to protect against oxidation and
hot corrosion. Describes and details a methodology for
optimizing turbine blade surface protection.
Lubrication
Engineers Manual,
4th Edition
2010 768 pages AlST
ISBN: 978-1-93511-705-6
Product Code: 05326G
Price: $275 / ASM Member: $195
Thermal Spray 2011:
Proceedings of the
International Thermal
Spray Conference
September 27-29, 2011,
Hamburg, Germany
Edited by B.R. Marple, A. Agarwal,
M.M. Hyland, Y.-C. Lau, C.-J. Li,
R.S. Lima, and A. McDonald
2012 372 pages Springer
ISBN: 978-1-46144-366-7
Product Code: 05362G
Price: $168 / ASM Member: $134
The largest international gathering dedicated entirely to
the science and technology of thermal spray. This
expanded issue of the Journal of Thermal Spray
Technology features peer-reviewed and edited
contributions based on papers presented at ITSC 2011.
Proceedings of the International Thermal Spray Conferences prior
to 2011 are available at www.asminternational.org/tss.
Surface Engineering
for Corrosion and
Wear Resistance
Edited by J.R. Davis
2001 279 pages
Co-published by lOM
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Lab Coaching 39
Communicating Technical Information to a Non-Technical Audience 39
Materials Engineering
Introduction to Polymers and Polymer Testing 40
Introduction to Materials Science 40
Titanium and Its Alloys 40
Aluminum and Its Alloys 40
Elements of Metallurgy 41
Metallurgy for the Non-Metallurgist 41
Metallurgy of Steel for the Non-Metallurgist 41
Corrosion 41
Heat Treating
Introduction to Heat Treating 42
Advanced Heat Treating 42
Practical Induction Heat Treating 42
Heat Treating for the Non-Heat Treater 42
Practical Heat Treating 42 28-31
Heat Treatment, Microstructure and Performance of Carbon and Alloy Steels 42
Medical Devices
Stainless Steels, Cobalt Chrome and Titanium Alloys for Medical Devices 43
Nitinol for Medical Devices 43
Medical Device Design Validation and Failure Analysis 43
Metallography
Metallographic Techniques 44
Advanced Metallographic Techniques 44
Practical Interpretation of Microstructures 44
Metallographic Interpretation 44
Introduction to Metallurgical Lab Practices 45
Metallography for Failure Analysis 45
Stainless Steels 45
Steel Metallography 45
Fastener Metallography I 46
Fastener Metallography II 46
Welding
Metallurgy of Welding and Joining 46
Welding Inspection and Quality Control 46
Thermal Spray
Thermal Spray Technology 47
Introduction to Thermal Spray 47
Thermal Spray for Gas and Oil Industries 47
Nuclear
Materials for Nuclear Power Plants 47
Failure Analysis
How to Organize and Run a Failure Investigation 48
Principles of Failure Analysis - 3-Day 48
Principles of Failure Analysis (4 day) 48
Applied Techniques of Failure Analysis 48
Practical Fracture Mechanics 49
Practical Fractography 49
Fractography 49
Scanning Electron Microscopy 49
Mechanical Testing
Mechanical Testing of Metals 49
Customized Training
Customized On-Site Training 50
Self-Study Courses 50
Online Courses 50
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Certificates are available in: Ceramic Technology,
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Treating, Ferrous Metallurgy, Applied General Metallurgy,
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To register, visit www.asminternational.org/training or call 1.440.338.5151. Course fee includes instructor-led
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GENERAL
Lab Coaching
If youre looking for new ways to make your lab more efficient,
ASM is offering a new service dedicated to teaching best
practices and processes commonly used in a metallurgical
lab. Discover the latest methods, techniques, and lab
procedures that will improve your labs overall effectiveness.
This service is offered in a one-on-one or small group
(2-3 participants) setting, either at your lab location or
ASM headquarters in Materials Park, Ohio. Our lab coach
will consult with you prior to the session to discover the
issues facing your lab and develop a customized plan
that showcases ways to make it more efficient.
The service will cover a variety of topics, including:
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Mr. Peppler earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in
Metallurgy and Materials Science from Case Western
Reserve University and was concurrently awarded a
Bachelor of Arts Degree from Marietta College in Physics.
John brings 28 years of experience in metallurgy and
materials science to ASM and has been providing hands-
on training in laboratory practices for the last six years.
He has provided materials engineering support for the
design and manufacturing of products in the aerospace,
printing equipment, and consumer product industries.
He is experienced in the selection, specification, and
testing of a wide variety of metallic and non-metallic
materials and processing.
Contact Liz Ripepi to schedule your
Lab Coaching: 888.851.7757 ext. 5707
or email to: elizabeth.ripepi@asminternational.org.
Price: $800 / ASM Member: $700
Cost includes instruction, needs assessment,
consumables for practice, and lunch (only for
coaching at Materials Park site).
Communicating Technical
Information to a Non-Technical
Audience
CEUs: 1.5
Instructor: Norina Columbaro
Whether its a conversation with customers, a meeting
with team members from other departments or a
presentation to management, there are multiple situations
in which your job may require you to speak to a non-
technical audience. ASM is offering a workshop that
provides practical tools and techniques for
communicating technical information to other audiences.
Well use group discussion, activities, assignments, and
other tools to highlight the importance of knowing your
audience, and demonstrate how to communicate
technical information in a more effective manner.
For members who would prefer a one-on-one
consultation on technical writing and presentation skills,
please contact Liz Ripepi at 440.338.5151 ext. 5707 or
email to: elizabeth.ripepi@asminternational.org.
March 19-20, 2013
Location: ASM Headquarters, Materials Park, OH
Price: $980 / ASM Member: $829
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Introduction to Polymers
and Polymer Testing
CEUs: 2.0
Instructor: Michael Bimbo
A general overview of polymers will be presented.
Topics covered will include: 1) a historical perspective
of polymers; 2) polymer formation, structure, and
strengthening mechanisms; 3) polymer chemistry and
nomenclature; 4) polymer processing; 5) testing and
characterization of polymers; and 6) failure analysis. In
addition, the class includes a hands-on laboratory
workshop covering many polymer test materials.
August 27-29, 2013
Location: IMR, Lansing, NY
Price: $1,405 / ASM Member: $1,245
Titanium and Its Alloys
CEUs: 3.0
Instructor: Prabir Chaudhury
Titanium and its alloys are a versatile family of metals
with applications in many industries. They have high
modulus and strength-to-weight ratios, excellent
corrosion resistance, and superior biocompatibility.
This unique combination of physical, mechanical, and
chemical properties make them attractive for aerospace,
marine, industrial, and biomedical applications. This
course provides an overview of the rapidly growing
titanium industry.
November 12-15, 2013
Location: ASM Headquarters, Materials Park, OH
Price: $1,325 / ASM Member: $1,170
MATERIALS ENGINEERING
Introduction to
Materials Science
CEUs: 2.0
Instructor: Sam Froes, PhD
Learn about the behaviors of metals, ceramics, polymers,
and composite materials in this course. Each day of class
will include a short lab on testing methods. These labs
will include tensile testing, NDE testing, hardness testing,
and metallography/optical examination. The lecture portion
of the class will focus on several topics including
classification of materials, chemistry, processing,
microstructures, mechanical properties, and applications.
April 23-25, 2013
Location: ASM Headquarters, Materials Park, OH
Price: $1,325 / ASM Member: $1,170
Aluminum and Its Alloys
CEUs: 2.0
Instructor: Kevin Anderson
Aluminum is a widely used metal that is playing an
increasingly dominant role in the green economy.
Aluminums high strength to weight ratio, low cost,
recycleability, and other positive attributes are some of
the reasons that aluminum is being adopted as a material
of choice by weight conscious component engineers.
April 23-25 2013
Location: ASM Headquarters, Materials Park, OH
Price: $1,325 / Member Price: $1,170
October 7-9, 2013
Location: Singapore
Price: $2,600 SGD (Early Bird) / $2,850 SGD
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MATERIALS ENGINEERING
Elements of Metallurgy
CEUs: 3.0
Instructor: Thomas K. Glasgow, FASM
A broad introduction to the fundamental principles of
metallurgy. Gain an understanding of basic and practical
applications in various fields of metals and alloy behavior
and manufacturing processes. This course provides a
valuable prerequisite for more technically challenging
courses required for career development. Practical
knowledge of both chemistry and physics is beneficial for
problem solving.
Please bring a scientific calculator to this course.
March 11-14, 2013
August 20-23, 2013
Location: ASM Headquarters, Materials Park, OH
Price: $1,989 / ASM Member: $1,750
Metallurgy for the Non-Metallurgist
CEUs: 3.0
Instructor: McIntyre Louthan, FASM
Metals and alloys are used in the greatest variety of
applications of all engineering materials. As such it is
essential for those involved in manufacturing, engineering,
and construction to have an understanding of what metals
are, how they behave, and why they behave differently
than ceramics, glass, and plastics. It is also important to
understand how they can be made stronger or more
corrosion resistant, how they can be shaped by casting,
forging, forming, machining, or welding, and how these
processes can alter properties. This course provides this
important knowledge to those who are not metallurgists.
April 8-11, 2013
June 24-27, 2013
October 21-24, 2013
Location: ASM Headquarters, Materials Park, OH
Price: $1,989 / ASM Member: $1,750
Metallurgy of Steel for
the Non-Metallurgist
CEUs: 2.0
Instructors: Thomas K. Glasgow, FASM
Behram M. Kapadia, PhD
Steel is, technologically and economically, the most
important of all materials. Understanding the metallurgy
involved in making steel, in shaping it by hot or cold
processes, in welding it, and in heat-treating it to develop
any of the extraordinarily diverse combinations of
strength, hardness, toughness, and ductility available is
essential to successful manufacturing and construction.
This course teaches the basics and delves into some of
the more advanced topics critical to steel fabrication.
May 7-9, 2013
Instructor: Thomas K. Glasgow, FASM
November 5-7, 2013
Instructor: Behram M. Kapadia, PhD
Location: ASM Headquarters, Materials Park, OH
Price: $1,325 / ASM Member: $1,170
Corrosion
CEUs: 3.0
Instructor: Thomas K. Glasgow, FASM
Corrosion occurs in all industries from automotive and
aerospace to infrastructure, construction, petroleum,
power, paper making, food processing, bioengineering,
and pharmaceuticals. Corrosion is costly, dangerous,
wasteful, and unsightly. It can be predicted, controlled, and
even avoided. This class presents an overview of the eight
major corrosion processes and related corrosion
monitoring, prediction, and control mechanisms.
The principles discussed are applicable to all metals.
Emphasis is on practical applications of corrosion
technology to industrial corrosion problems.
April 16-19, 2013
September 10-13, 2013
Location: ASM Headquarters, Materials Park OH
Price: $1,989 / ASM Member: $1,750
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March 4-8, 2013
Price: $1,989 / ASM Member: $1,699
Introduction to Heat Treating
CEUs: 2.0
Instructor: Jon Dosset
Steel is the most common and most important structural
material. In order to properly select and apply this basic
engineering material, it is necessary to have a fundamental
understanding of its structure and how it can be modified
to suit its application. This course is a basic introduction to
the fundamentals of steel heat treatment and metallurgical
processing.
March 4-6, 2013
November 11-13, 2013
Location: ASM Headquarters, Materials Park, OH
Price: $1,325 / ASM Member: $1,170
Advanced Heat Treating
CEUs: 1.5
Instructor: Jon Dosset
An extension of the Introduction to Heat Treating course.
Discusses advanced concepts in thermal and thermo-
chemical surface treatments, such as case hardening, as
well as the principles of thermal engineering (furnace
design) and process troubleshooting.
March 7-8, 2013
November 14-15, 2013
Location: ASM Headquarters, Materials Park, OH
Price: $880 / ASM Member: $729
Practical Induction
Heat Treating
CEUs: 3.0
Instructor: Richard E. Haimbaugh
Covers the role of induction heat treating in producing
reliable products, often with considerable savings in energy,
labor, floor space, and time. Described in-depth are
methods of selecting equipment, frequency, and power;
heating and quenching coil design; cooling systems design;
current applications; establishment and process control of
induction processes; sources and solutions of induction heat
treating problems; process and quality control techniques.
June 11-13, 2013
Location: ASM Headquarters, Materials Park, OH
Price: $1,989 / ASM Member: $1,750
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Heat Treating for the
Non-Heat Treater
CEUs: 2.0
Instructor: D. Scott MacKenzie
Recommended for part designers, material specifiers,
purchasing agents, and technicians who need a basic
education in heat treating and want to speak the
language. Focuses on the value added by heat treating;
effects that heat treating process parameters have on
the final properties of a product; the links between
microstructure and mechanical properties; and the
reasons for distortion, cracking, and part rejections.
February 11-13, 2013
Location: North Charleston, SC
Price: $1,325 / ASM Member: $1,170
Practical Heat Treating
CEUs: 3.0
Instructor: Jon Dosset
Teaches the actual heat treating process or the how of
heat treating, as compared to Heat Treatment of Steel or
Principles of Heat Treating which are intended to impart
the fundamental metallurgical knowledge of what happens
when metals are heated and cooled or the why of heat
treatment.
April 2-5, 2013
Location: ASM Headquarters, Materials Park, OH
Price: $1,989 / ASM Member: $1,750
Heat Treatment, Microstructure
and Performance of Carbon and
Alloy Steels
CEUs: 2.0
Instructor: George Krauss, FASM
Reviews the phases that form in carbon and alloy steels and
the modifications produced in the iron-carbon diagram by
alloying and manufacture. Microstructures and the phase
transformations by which they are produced in all phases
of manufacture, from casting through quenching and
tempering, will be described and related to mechanical
properties and performance, including fracture and potential
embrittlement phenomena. Students will receive a copy of
the instructors book Steels: Processing, Structure, and
Performance as part of the course materials.
May 7-9, 2013
September 24-26, 2013
Location: ASM Headquarters, Materials Park, OH
Price: $1,325 / ASM Member: $1,170
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MEDICAL DEVICES
Stainless Steels, Cobalt
Chrome and Titanium Alloys
for Medical Devices
CEUs: 1.5
Instructor: Phillip Anderson
This class focuses on most of the key alloys used to
produce medical devices. The material choices for these
demanding applications are limited due to the need for
high mechanical strengths, and long-term corrosion
resistance and biocompatibility. The class provides a
broad background into key aspects of the properties of
these alloys, their mechanical properties, and corrosion
behavior. Methods used to produce these materials are
discussed and the relationship between processing
choices and resultant properties are presented.
September 17-18, 2013
Location: ASM Headquarters, Materials Park, OH
Price: $880 / ASM Member: $729
Nitinol for Medical Devices
CEUs: 1.5
Instructor: Alan R. Pelton, PhD
The unique properties of the shape memory alloy Nitinol
have led to many transformational medical device
innovations, including self-expanding stents,
percutaneously delivered heart valves, kink-resistant
guidewires, and self-locking orthopedic devices. Its
superelastic qualities allow the alloy to withstand large
amounts of recoverable strain, and its potential for excellent
biocompatibility and fatigue resistance make it the material
of choice for some of the most demanding medical device
applications. However, Nitinols unique properties are very
dependent upon alloy composition and processing. In this
course, you will learn the variables that affect Nitinols
properties, how to control them, and how its unique
properties can be applied in medical devices.
June 4-5, 2013
Location: ASM Headquarters, Materials Park, OH
Price: $880 / ASM Member: $729
Medical Device Design
Validation and Failure Analysis
CEUs: 1.5
Instructor: Brad James, PhD
Provides students with a fundamental understanding of
the design process necessary to make robust medical
devices. Fracture, fatigue, stress analysis, and corrosion
design validation approaches are examined, as well as
failure analysis techniques.
May 8-9, 2013
August 13-14, 2013
Location: ASM Headquarters, Materials Park, OH
Price $980 / ASM Member $829
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METALLOGRAPHY
Metallographic Techniques
CEUs: 3.0
Instructor: Arlan Benscoter
Prepare a variety of hard, soft, ferrous, and non-ferrous
alloys under the guidance of your instructor.
Semiautomatic preparation is utilized on state-of-the-art
equipment. Manual preparation is used to aid in
understanding principles. After a lecture on the best use
of the metallograph, structures of the materials are
documented and entered in a laboratory notebook. Grain
size determination, measurements, and micro hardness
testing complete the class.
March 25-28, 2013
June 25-28, 2013
September 17-20, 2013
Location: ASM Headquarters, Materials Park, OH
Price: $2,105 / ASM Member: $1,870
Advanced Metallographic
Techniques
CEUs: 3.0
Instructors: Natalio Saenz, George Vander Voort
Reveals the true microstructural characteristics of a wide
range of materials and provides the theory for proper
selection of abrasives, lubricants, equipment, and
polishing cloths/pads. Gain a basic understanding of
chemo-mechanical polishing as well as the preparation
methods of most metals and alloys, composites, hard
metals, ceramics, and coatings.
The ASM Handbook, Volume 9 is included when taking
this course. (See page 6.)
April 23-26, 2012
Instructor: Natalio Saenz
Location: ASM Headquarters, Materials Park, OH
October 22-25, 2013
Instructor: George Vander Voort
Location: Struers, Westlake, OH
Price: $2,105 / ASM Member: $1,870
Practical Interpretation of
Microstructures
CEUs: 3.0
Instructor: Frauke Hogue
A hands-on course. The microstructures, heat
treatment, and use of each group of alloys are presented
in a lecture which is followed by viewing of actual
structures. Students examine more than 200 mounts at
their microscope stations and compare them with an
illustrated and annotated notebook of the structures.
February 5-7, 2013
Location: IMR, Singapore
Price: $2,600 SGD (Early Bird) / $2,850 SGD
(Normal registration, within 30 days of class start date)
SGD = Singapore Dollar
October 1-4, 2013
Location: ASM Headquarters, Materials Park, OH
Price: $2,105 / ASM Member: $1,870
Metallographic Interpretation
CEUs: 3.0
Instructor: George Vander Voort
Intended for those who have achieved skill in techniques
of specimen preparation and want to extend their ability.
Learn to interpret metallographic structures and relate
structures to service performance. Discuss the principles
upon which interpretation is based. Presented in a
lecture-based format, well-illustrated by microstructures
of a wide variety of materials and treatments.
The ASM Handbook, Volume 9 is included when taking
this course. (See page 6.)
May 6-9, 2013
Location: Struers, Westlake, OH
Price: $2,105 / ASM Member: $1,870
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METALLOGRAPHY
Introduction to Metallurgical
Lab Practices
CEUs: 2.0
Instructor: John Peppler
Hands-on techniques commonly used in a metallurgical
laboratory, including sectioning, mounting, grinding,
polishing, and etching. Samples are then examined and
photomicrographs obtained by using optical microscopes
equipped with digital cameras. Various microhardness
and macrohardness equipment are used to demonstrate
the strengths and limitations of the tests. Tensile testing
and impact testing is performed on standard samples.
Basic principles and sample demonstration on the use of
Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM) is covered. Lab
testing complemented by lectures on the basics of the
tests gives a thorough overview of these procedures.
February 26-28, 2013
October 15-17, 2013
Location: ASM Headquarters, Materials Park, OH
Price: $1,405 / ASM Member: $1,249
Metallography for
Failure Analysis
CEUs: 3.0
Instructor: Frauke Hogue
Focuses on metallographic techniques of failure analysis.
Takes students through the process of initial visual
examination, fracture cleaning, documentation, and
unusual metallographic sample preparation techniques
and metallographic interpretation of various failure modes.
Bring your own samples to prepare. Samples of
various failure modes are also provided.
March 18-21, 2013
September 10-13, 2013
Location: ASM Headquarters, Materials Park, OH
Price: $2,105 / ASM Member: $1,870
Stainless Steels
CEUs: 3.0
Instructor: Wayne H. Samuelson
Stainless steels have emerged as one of the more
important man-made materials, designed for strength,
corrosion resistance, and ease of fabrication. Continued
growth in the use of stainless steels provides an incentive
to understand their properties, processing, and response
to various fabrication routes. This course provides
important facts to help master these alloys for a wide
variety of uses.
June 4-7, 2013
Location: ASM Headquarters, Materials Park, OH
Price: $1,989 / ASM Member: $1,750
Steel Metallography
CEUs 3.0
Instructor: Arlan Benscoter
Deals specifically with the metallographic preparation of
steels to reveal the microstructure accurately and
provides a unique perspective and understanding for
interpretation of steel microstructures. The class works as
a team to build a reference notebook of steel
microstructures and will perform heat treatment,
metallography, hardness, and micro-hardness testing.
Learn to determine prior austenitic grain size, understand
the effect of cooling rate on the resulting microstructure,
and discover how to identify Austenite, Ferrite, Pearlite,
Bainite (upper and lower), and Martensite (lath and plate)
as well as understand the formation and growth of these
microstructures.
The Metallographers Guide: Practices and Procedures
for Irons and Steels is included when taking this course.
(See page 15.)
September 23-27, 2013
Location: ASM Headquarters, Materials Park, OH
Price: $2,105 / ASM Member: $1,870
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METALLOGRAPHY / WELDING
Fastener Metallography I
CEUs: 1.5
Instructor: Frauke Hogue
Covers all aspects of metallographic preparation of
common fastener materials for commercial and aerospace
applications. This class, the first in a series of two classes,
focuses on proper sample preparation to reveal the true
microstructure. Learn special considerations relating to
common fastener materials, geometries, and
manufacturing. Students are encouraged to bring
fasteners to class as practice material.
Upon completion of course, participants should be able
to prepare metallographic samples efficiently, document
microstructures accurately, and describe microstructures
and imperfections using proper terminology.
June 25-26, 2013
Location: Buehler, Limited, Lake Bluff, IL
Price: $1,050 /ASM Member: $935
Fastener Metallography II
CEUs: 1.5
Instructor: Frauke Hogue
Past students have mentioned that this class helped
in passing a quality audit!
Focuses on practical interpretation of microstructures for
common fastener materials (commercial and aerospace)
and imperfections due to incoming material and
manufacturing processes. Microhardness testing to
verify case depth is discussed. Grain size determination
and quantitative measurements are practiced. Students
receive a notebook with images of structures and
imperfections for reference.
Upon completion of course, participants should be able
to describe microstructures and imperfections using
proper terminology, relate microstructures to mechanical
properties and heat treatments common to fastener
manufacturing, and perform quantitative measurements.
June 27-28, 2013
Location: Buehler, Limited, Lake Bluff, IL
Price: $1,050 /ASM Member: $935
Metallurgy of Welding
and Joining
CEUs: 3.0
Instructor: Robert W. Messler, Jr.
Welding metallurgy is a complex subject because it requires
knowledge of materials, welding processes, design, and
inspection. Metallurgy of Welding and Joining provides an
excellent review of welding processes, welding of materials
ranging from carbon steel to specialized alloys, guidelines
for designing weldments to facilitate welding, and testing
and inspecting welds to meet performance requirements.
To measure retention of each lessons materials an end-of-
lesson test will be provided, in addition to an end-of-course
examination.
May 14-17 2013
Location: ASM Headquarters, Materials Park, OH
Price: $1,989 / ASM Member: $1,750
Welding Inspection and
Quality Control
CEUs: 3.0
Instructor: Kenneth W. Coryell
This course addresses all the aspects that are critical to
understanding this demanding area. It contains the
technical information that the personnel in this area must
know to perform their jobs properly. It is also practical as
a fundamental course for new personnel and as a state-
of-the-art refresher for more experienced personnel.
The course is a valuable tool that helps management
understand the responsibilities of the people they supervise
and is aimed at industries where welding must be
performed in compliance with strict codes and standards.
July 9-12, 2013
Location: ASM Headquarters, Materials Park, OH
Price: $1,989 / ASM Member: $1,750
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Thermal Spray for Gas
and Oil Industries
CEUs: .5
Instructor: Andre G. McDonald, PhD
This course will be beneficial to those thermal spray
operators in the oil and gas industry. Given the special
needs of the oil and gas sector for wear and corrosion
resistant coatings with high longevity, the certification
process and validation of the coatings produced by those
examining them will need to be different. Therefore, this
course will include training and testing information that
applies specifically to the oil and gas sector.
May 23, 2013
Location: ASM Headquarters, Materials Park, OH
Price: $440 / ASM Member: $329
Materials for
Nuclear Power Plants
CEUs: 2.0
Instructor: George Theus, P.E., PhD
Focus on the past, current, and future material issues in
the construction, maintenance, regulation, and operation
of nuclear power plants. Review past material problems
that have plagued nuclear power plants (Generation I and
II) and the remedial measures instituted to overcome
these problems. Examine current materials issues
(Generation II) and the steps being taken to understand
and address safe operation of the plants. Review near
term future of nuclear power plant designs (Generation III)
and discuss the longer term future of nuclear power plant
(Generation IV) designs which present different and as
yet unresolved material issues.
February 25-27, 2013
Location: North Charleston, SC
Price: $1,325 / ASM Member: $1,170
August 12-14, 2013
Location: IMR, Singapore
Price: $2,600 SGD (Early Bird) / $2,850 SGD
(Normal registration, within 30 days of class start date)
SGD = Singapore Dollar
THERMAL SPRAY / NUCLEAR
Thermal Spray Technology
CEUs: 1.5
Instructor: Christopher C. Berndt, PhD
Thermal spray technology and coatings solve critical
problems in demanding environments. They provide
solutions to engineering needs involving wear, high
temperature and aqueous corrosion, and thermal
regulation and degradation. Thermal spray is being
increasingly used to manufacture net-shapes, advanced
sensors, and materials for the biomedical and energy/
environmental marketing sectors. These and a vast array
of emerging applications take advantage of the rapid and
cost-effective capabilities of thermal spray technology in
the OEM and repair industries. Thermal spray processes;
including twin wire-arc, combustion, high velocity oxy-fuel
(HVOF), cold spray and plasma spray, as well as
associated technologies, can deposit virtually any
material as a surface coating onto a wide range of other
materials. Coating reliability and effectiveness
necessitates that these overlay coatings be selected,
engineered, and applied correctly.
June 18-19, 2013
Location: ASM Headquarters, Materials Park, OH
October 30-31, 2013
Location: Montreal
Price: $880 / ASM Member: $729
Introduction to Thermal Spray
CEUs: 1.5
Instructor: Richard Sayman
Thermal spraying has evolved from a technology
designed to be a cost effective method of repairing worn
components and machined parts, to a process used to
provide improved part performance and add longer life to
components. As the thermal spray profession has
changed, so has the need to ensure safe and consistent
methods for thermal spray operators. ASM International
brought together the leaders in the Thermal Spray
Society to compile their knowledge and experience in a
comprehensive, easy to understand course.
May 21-22, 2013
July 9-10, 2013
October 1-2, 2013
Location: ASM headquarters, Materials Park, OH
Price $880 / ASM Member Price $729
December 2-3
Location: IMR, Singapore
Price: $1,600 SGD (Early Bird) / $1,850 SGD
(Normal registration, within 30 days of class start date)
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How to Organize and Run a
Failure Investigation and
Principles of Failure Analysis,
3-Day
February 4-5, 2013
Price: $1,989 / ASM Member: $1,699
How to Organize and Run
a Failure Investigation
CEUs: 1.5
Instructor: Daniel P. Dennies, PhD
Learn a proven, systematic approach to failure
investigation which utilizes examples from the
aerospace industry and teaches the steps to follow.
The effect of various failure sources, such as corrosion,
on the organization of the investigation will be analyzed.
A learning platform for engineers from all disciplines;
materials, design, manufacturing, quality, and
management.
How to Organize and Run a Failure Investigation is
included when taking this course. (See page 13.)
February 4-5, 2013
Location: Foothill Ranch, CA
Price: $880 / ASM Member: $729
Principles of Failure Analysis -
3-Day
CEUs: 2.0
Instructor: Daniel P. Dennies, PhD
This condensed lecture course provides the knowledge
to bridge the gap between theory and practice of failure
analysis. A practical approach for those who are new to
the field or need an update. Also ideal for technicians
with the prerequisites and those interested in a deeper
knowledge of failure analysis and how it can lead to
better productivity. Causes of fractures are explained
using diagrams of stress application and distribution.
Case histories are discussed.
February 6-8, 2013
Location: Foothill Ranch, CA
Price: $1,325 / ASM Member: $1,170
Principles of Failure
Analysis (4 day)
CEUs: 3.0
Instructor: Ronald J. Parrington
This lecture course is designed to provide the knowledge
to bridge the gap between theory and practice of failure
analysis. This course presents a very practical approach to
failure analysis for those who are new to the field or those
who want an update. It is also designed for technicians with
the prerequisites and those interested in understanding how
knowledge of failure analysis can lead to better productivity.
Causes of fractures are explained with diagrams of stress
application and distribution. Many case histories of failures
and their elimination are highlighted throughout the course.
April 16-19, 2013
Location: ASM Headquarters, Materials Park, OH
Price: $1,989 / ASM Member: $1,750
Applied Techniques of
Failure Analysis
CEUs: 3.0
Instructor: Bill Mankins
Learn the engineering mechanisms of material failure, the
techniques of failure analysis, and examine the failures of
actual engineering components. A practical hands on
laboratory experience is provided so the student can apply
the failure theory to the solution to remedy actual engineering
problems. Failed components are examined using macro and
micro techniques. The entire class works on the same
instructor-supplied problem for one assignment. The student
chooses the second problem, preferably from samples they
bring. Students are encouraged to bring failed parts from
their work environments and will be contacted prior to
attending to discuss their samples.
October 8-11, 2013
Location: ASM Headquarters, Materials Park, OH
Price: $2,105 / ASM Member: $1,870
Semiconductor Failure Analysis
Online Courses
Online courses have made it easy to learn when you want
and where you want. Now, learn as much as you want, for
one low cost. Our new series of online-based subscription
courses, made possible through a partnership with
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you like, with no additional fees. Purchase now, and for one
year youll have access to online training specialized for
semiconductor, microsystems, and nanotechnology suppliers
and users. This semiconductor failure analysis online training
helps engineers, technicians, scientists, and management
understand each of these ever-changing and constantly
growing fields.
Price: $500 / ASM Member: $400
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Practical Fracture Mechanics
CEUs: 1.5
Instructor: John Landes, PhD
A practical understanding of fracture mechanics
principles is provided through a combination of lecture
and problem solving workshops. Design and failure
analysis for monotonic and cyclic loaded components are
covered. Gain a new understanding of fracture toughness
testing, ductile fracture testing, stress corrosion cracking,
and fatigue failure.
June 10-11, 2013
Location: IMR, Singapore
Price: $1,600 SGD (Early Bird) / $1,850 SGD
(Normal registration, within 30 days of class start date)
SGD = Singapore Dollar
May 14-15, 2013
October 15-16, 2013
Location: IMR Test Labs, Lansing, NY
Price: $1,050 / ASM Member: $935
Practical Fractography
CEUs: 1.5
Instructors: Ron Parrington,
David Christie
Provides a practical understanding of fractography
through a combination of lecture and hands-on
experience. Theory and examples presented in the
lectures are reinforced by macro and micro examination
of failed parts in the lab. Visual examination as well as
stereo microscopy and scanning electron microscopy are
utilized to interpret example fractures. Improve your skills
in this vital portion of most failure examinations.
June 12-13, 2013
Location: IMR, Singapore
Price: $1,600 SGD (Early Bird) / $1,850 SGD
(Normal registration, within 30 days of class start date)
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May 16-17, 2013
October 17-18, 2013
Location: IMR Test Labs, Lansing, NY
Price: $1,050 / ASM Member: $935
Take BOTH Practical Fracture
Mechanics and Practical Fractography.
Price: $1,900 / ASM Member $1,670
Fractography
CEUs: 3.0
Instructor: Ashok Choudhury
This course is designed for a broad cross-section of
failure analysis practitioners. Failure analysis principles,
tools and mechanisms are covered in detail. In addition,
the practical aspects and importance of considering the
failed part, the material of construction, and the failure
circumstances in combination is stressed. Emphasis is
placed on learning the macroscopic failure modes.
August 13-16, 2013
Location: ASM Headquarters, Materials Park, OH
Price: $1,989 / ASM Member: $1,750
Scanning Electron Microscopy
CEUs: 3.0
Instructor: Edward Brothers, PhD
A practical introduction to Scanning Electron Microscopy
(SEM) an essential tool in the evaluation and analysis of
materials. Designed for both beginning and intermediate
SEM users, this course offers a hands-on approach to
electron microscopy that includes tips and tricks the
student can use in the laboratory. A significant portion of
the course is devoted to understanding the origin and
interpretation of X-ray data by EDS.
April 16-19, 2013
September 17-20, 2013
Location: IMR Test Labs, Lansing, NY
Price: $2,105 / ASM Member: $1,870
Mechanical Testing of Metals
CEUs: 3.0
Instructor: Bill Mankins
A hands-on introduction to standard mechanical testing
and the properties derived from those tests. Includes
discussion of testing philosophy to determine suitability for
service and suitability for manufacture. Standardized
testing procedures are covered including limitations of a
test and why specific requirements are present in the test
procedure. Learn how metallurgical variables can affect
test results and how microstructure can affect selection of
a given testing procedure.
ASM Handbook, Volume 8 is included when taking this
course. (See page 5.)
April 9-12, 2013
August 20-23, 2013
Location: ASM Headquarters, Materials Park, OH
Price: $2,105 / ASM Member: $1,870
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World-class instructors with both academic and practical credentials will customize any of our education courses for
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AeroMat Conference and Exposition 2013
April 2-5, 2013
Bellevue, Washington, USA
ASM Heat Treating Society Conference
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September 16-18, 2013
Indianapolis, Indiana, USA
Quantitative Metallography
April 3-5, 2013
San Antonio, Texas, USA
39th International Symposium for
Testing and Failure Analysis (ISTFA)
November 3-7, 2013
San Jose, California, USA
Shape Memory and
Superelastic Technologies
May 21-23, 2013
Prague, Czech Republic
International Thermal Spray Conference
and Exposition
May 13-15, 2013
Busan, Republic of Korea
Materials Science and Technology
Conference and Exposition (MS&T) 2013
October 27-31, 2013
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
North American Cold Spray Conference
April 3-4, 2013
Bellevue, Washington, USA
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September 16-18, 2013 April 3-4, 2013
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