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By Nicholas P. Cheremisinoff, Anton Davletshin

ISBN-10: 0470625821

ISBN-13: 9780470625828

There were many volumes written that declare to be the main "comprehensive" compendium or guide on chemical facts. those wieldy volumes are usually too enormous and extraneous to be valuable to the practising engineer. This new quantity goals to be the main priceless "go to" quantity for the operating engineer, scientist, or chemist who wishes quickly solutions to day-by-day questions about fabrics or chemical compounds and does not are looking to pass on lengthy searches via voluminous tomes or long net searches. protecting merely the main generic chemical substances within the most vital strategies in undefined, A consultant to secure fabric and Chemical dealing with contains business chemical substances, reminiscent of gases, fuels, and water, which aren't integrated in such a lot "comprehensive" books on fabrics and chemical homes. safeguard plans and methods that may be applied via any engineer or plant supervisor by way of following the simple, step by step directions within the booklet also are supplied.

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The fatigue strength is one-half the tensile strength. Notched specimens show the same value as 47 MATERIAL PROPERTIES AND SELECTION unnotched specimens. 2) grades and above, the fatigue strength of unnotched specimens is approximately one-third the tensile strength. There is some notch sensitivity, although much less than is found in steel. 2 W h i t e Cast Iron White cast iron is very hard (from 400 to 600 DPN) and brittle. All white cast irons are very difficult to machine and usually are finished by grinding.

Furthermore, granite structures are much heavier than the steel ones; therefore, they require stronger, and thus more expensive, foundations. Because any material may be characterized by some desirable and undesirable properties with respect to a specific application, 43 44 A GUIDE TO SAFE MATERIAL AND CHEMICAL HANDLING the selection of materials is reduced to a reasonable compromise. In doing so, one strives to select materials so that properties correspond to the basic demands determined by the function and operating conditions of the equipment, tolerating some of the undesirable properties.

1 Mechanical properties of cast iron Material Gray Cast Iron Nodular Cast Iron Malleable Cast Iron Whiteheart Pearlite Specification Tensile strength Elongation (%) (ton/in. 2 ) (N/mm2) BS1452 Grade 10 10 155 14 14 215 26 26 400 BS2789 SNG 24/17 24 370 17 32/7 32 500 7 47/2 47 730 2 BS310 B290/6 290 6 B340/12 340 12 BS309 W340/3 340 3 W410/4 410 4 BS3333 P44017 440 7 P540/5 540 5 P690/2 690 2 46 A GUIDE TO SAFE MATERIAL AND CHEMICAL HANDLING Because cast iron has a carbon content approximately equivalent to its eutectic composition, it can be cast at lower temperatures than steel and flows more readily than steel because of its much narrower temperature solidification range.

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