Metals and Metallurgy

 Metallurgy is also called the technology of science. It deals with the physical and chemical behavior of metals and their mixtures called alloys. Metallurgy again branched in to two categories; they are black metallurgy which deals with the ferrous materials and colored metallurgy which deals with the non-ferrous materials. Metals and Metallurgy is bothered with the assembly of aluminiferous parts to be used in client or engineering merchandise. This involves the assembly of alloys, the shaping, the warmth treatment and therefore the surface treatment of the product. The task of the metallurgical engineer is to realize balance between material properties like price, weight, strength, toughness, hardness, corrosion, fatigue resistance, and performance in temperature extremes. To realize this goal, the operative setting should be fastidiously thought of. In an exceedingly water setting, ferric metals and a few metallic element alloys corrode quickly. Metals exposed to cold or refrigerant conditions might endure a ductile to brittle transition and lose their toughness, changing into a lot of brittle and at risk of cracking. Metals below continual cyclic loading will suffer from metal fatigue. Metals below constant stress at elevated temperatures will creep.

  • Physical Metallurgy
  • Extractive Metallurgy
  • Mineral Processing
  • Calcination
  • Powder Metallurgy

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