Maintenance, Metallurgy and Mining

CIM Bulletin1960
THE DICTIONARY defines Metallurgy as the "science or art of separating metals from their ores and refining them for use". In these days, however, such a definition is not detailed enough. The modern science of metallurgy is based on two fundamental sciences, physics .and chemistry, and is sub-divided into two major fields: Process Metallurgy and Physical Metallurgy. These fields of metallurgy are now so comprehensive and involved that even the graduate metallurgist has to specialize in one or the other.
Keywords: Corrosion, corrosion, heat treatment, Metallurgy, non-destructive testing, tensile strength, Failure, failures, metals, steel, Steels, Strength
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