A history of metallurgy
Institute of Materials, 1992 - 205 Seiten
The first edition of this standard introduction was published in 1976, and reprinted in 1979; this new volume is a second edition, completed before the author's death last year. The main changes are in the chapters describing the early development of metallurgy in which there has been so much recent research; the later, post-Roman chapters have been revised to take account of new discoveries from excavations. The volume is extensively illustrated as before and is now issued in a hard cover.
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The Early Bronze Age
The Full Bronze Age
The Roman Iron Age
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19th century alloys aluminium analyses Arch arsenical copper artefacts atomic bellows blade blast furnace bloom bloomery bosh bottom brass Britain British Bronze Age C. S. SMITH carbon content cast iron Chalcolithic charcoal China clay coal coins coke Composition containing Copper Age copper smelting copper-base core crucible cupellation dated deposits Dufrenoy early Europe evidence fayalite finery flux forging fuel gold hammer hardening heat impurities ingots Iron Age iron and steel Iron Steel Inst later lead London material matte medieval metal metallurgy minerals mining mould native copper nickel non-ferrous oxide pattern welding pieces plate probably produced puddling quenched R. F. TYLECOTE reduced reverberatory furnace roasting Roman period shaft furnace shows silver slag slag hearth smelters smelting stone sulphide sulphur sword Table tapped technique temperature tin bronzes tuyere weight welding wrought iron zinc
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