Radiation curing technology can increase production, save money, improve working conditions, and decrease pollution. Manual 45, the only practical handbook of its kind, focuses on this growing technology and is specifically directed at those who are in the field of radiation curing of coatings, adhesives, inks, and sealants. The manual's straightforward style makes it easily understood and allows readers to go directly from the
Information from fatigue practitioners active in the microelectronics area that assess the current state and direction of fatigue/reliability research. 9 peer-reviewed papers provide: Valuable insight into the various methods in use to characterize the fatigue/creep interactions within solder under typical temperature and loading ranges of electronic systems Details on the complexity of fatigue/reliability testing
The Manual on Electron Metallography Techniques was sponsored and compiled by Subcommittee E04.11 on Electron Microscopy and Diffraction of Committee E04 on Metallography, American Society for Testing and Materials. Subcommittee E04.11 officers are G. N. Maniar, chairman, and Albert Szirmae, secretary.
The Symposium on Applications of Electron Microfractography to Materials Research was given at the Seventy-third Annual Meeting of the American Society for Testing and Materials held in Toronto, Ont., Canada, 2126 June 1970. The Sponsor of this symposium was ASTM Subcommittee II on Fractography and Associated Microstructures of ASTM Committee E24 on Fracture Testing of Metals. W. Wiebe, National Research Council of Canada, presided as sy
The Symposium on Electron Fractography was presented during the Seventieth Annual Meeting of the Society held in Boston, Mass., 2530 June 1967. The symposium was sponsored by Committee E24 on Fracture Testing of Metals. The symposium chairman was C. D. Beachem, Naval Research Laboratory.
Eleven papers present comprehensive techniques for the study of materials through the electron microscope such as: titanium alloys; aluminum foils; nickel alloys and magnesium alloys. Five advanced techniques are described and illustrated.