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Aluminum Reference Library DVD, 2011 Edition

Aluminum Reference Library DVD, 2011 Edition


Price $995.00


Titanium Reference Library DVD, 2010 Edition

 Titanium Reference Library DVD, 2010 Edition

  Price $695.00


 Heat Treating Reference Library DVD 2012 Edition

Heat Treating Reference Library DVD 2012 Edition


Price $595.00

Handbook® Heat-Resistant Materials


Carburizing: DVDs based on ASM's Seminars By Satellite

 Carburizing: DVDs based on ASM's Seminars By Satellite Series (4 DVD Set)...


Education DVD

Price $749.00


Materials covered include carbon, alloy and stainless steels;
alloy cast irons; high-alloy cast steels; superalloys; titanium and titanium alloys; refractory metals
and alloys; nickel-chromium and nickel-thoria alloys; structural intermetallics; structural ceramics, cermets, and cemented carbides; and carbon-composites.
Edited by J.R. Davis • 1997 • 591 pages
ISBN: 978-0-87170-596-9
Product Code: 06612G

Woldman’s Engineering Alloys, 9th Edition

Woldman’s Engineering Alloys, 9th Edition
The best reference for identifying commercial alloys by trade
name and their manufacturers. The first section lists over 56,000 trade-named alloys with
a brief description of the material.  The second section lists
alloy manufacturers with contact information or their
business status. The third section presents useful tables
including compositions of standard grades.
Edited by J. Frick • 2000 • 1363 pages
ISBN: 978-0-87170-691-1
Product Code: 06821G

Advances in Materials Technology for Fossil Power Plants

Advances in Materials Technology for Fossil Power Plants
Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference, EPRI
The papers presented in this proceedings volume reflect the latest research on topics such as materials for ultrasupercritical coalfired boilers, boiler materials, steam turbine materials, life management, weld behavior, and microstructural effects in creep.
Edited by R. Viswanathan, D. Gandy,
and K. Coleman • 2008 • 1036 pages
ISBN: 978-0-87170-869-4
Product Code: 05226G

MS&T’08 CD

MS&T’08 CD
Proceedings from the Materials Science & Technology 2008 Conference, October 6-9, 2008, Pittsburgh, PA
The Materials Science & Technology Conference is devoted to exploring structure, processing, and applications
across multiple materials systems. This proceedings volume contains the full text, in PDF
format, of 269 papers from the MS&T’08 conference. The searchable CD can be browsed by symposium, author,
or keyword. The MS&T Conference is organized by a partnership among the American Ceramics Society
(ACerS), the Association for Iron & Steel Technology (AIST), ASM International, and The Minerals, Metals
& Materials Society (TMS).
2008 • Published by MS&T Partner Societies
ISBN: 978-0-87170-723-9
Product Code: 05234A

Materials Handbook: A Concise Desktop Reference, 2nd Edition

Materials Handbook: A Concise Desktop Reference, 2nd Edition
The unique and practical Materials Handbook provides easy access to data on the
physical and chemical properties of all classes of materials. Careful indexing and tabular format make the data quickly
accessible. Particular emphasis Is placed on the properties of common industrial materials in each class.
By F. Cardarelli • 2008 • 1340 pages
ISBN: 978-1-84628-668-1
Product Code: 05268G

Worldwide Guide to Equivalent Irons & Steels, 5th Edition

Worldwide Guide to Equivalent Irons & Steels, 5th Edition
This volume covers standard designations from worldwide standards for cast irons and steels, wrought carbon and alloy steels, stainless steels, highstrength steels, and tool steels. Entries are provided for more than 30,000 alloy designations. Well over 5,000 entries have been updated, and more than 3,000 are brand new additions. In particular,
the Fifth Edition features expanded coverage for specifications and designations from Japan, China,
India, and South Korea.
2006 • 1416 pages • ISBN-13: 978-0-87170-822-9
Product Code: 05121G

Worldwide Guide to Equivalent Nonferrous Metals and Alloys, 4th Edition

Worldwide Guide to Equivalent Nonferrous Metals and Alloys, 4th Edition
This edition features over 20,000 alloy designations, including a complete listing of UNS designations
for nonferrous alloys and comprehensive treatment of current European and Japanese standards. It’s a must for
metallurgists in design and manufacturing, materials producing companies, distributors and purchasing
agents for metallic alloys, design and environmental engineers, academic and institutional libraries, and
information centers.
2001 • 1036 pages • ISBN: 978-0-87170-741-3
Product Code: 06735G

Worldwide Guides 2-Volume Set

Worldwide Guides 2-Volume Set
Product Code: 05192G

Thermodynamics of Microstructures

Thermodynamics of Microstructures
This text provides an understandingof fundamental relationships governing the behavior of microstructures.
It also includes a foundation of mathematical models that can be used to investigate and develop new materials through computational thermodynamics.
By Taiji Nishizawa
Translated by Kiyohito Ishida • 2008 • 308 pages
ISBN: 978-0-87170-716-1
Product Code: 05232G

Metals and Alloys in the Unified Numbering

Metals and Alloys in the Unified Numbering
System, 11th Edition
The Unified Numbering System for Metals and Alloys (UNS) provides
a means of correlating many internationally used metal and alloy numbering systems administered
by societies, trade associations, and those individual users and producers of metals and
alloys. The UNS system provides the uniformity necessary for efficient indexing, record keeping, data storage and
retrieval, and cross-referencing. Includes extensive cross references to standard designations and common trade names.
2008 • 594 pages • ISBN: 978-0-7680-1977-3
Published by SAE and ASTM • Paperbound
Product Code: 05261G

Alloying: Understanding the Basics

Alloying: Understanding the Basics
Alloying: Understanding the Basics is a comprehensive guide to the influence of alloy additions
on mechanical properties, physical properties, corrosion and chemical behavior, and processing and manufacturing characteristics.
Edited by J.R. Davis • 2001 • 647 pages
ISBN: 978-0-87170-744-4
Product Code: 06117G

ASM Metals Reference Book, 3rd Edition

ASM Metals Reference Book, 3rd Edition
Easy-to-use reference book for materials selection, or in the design and manufacture of metallic structural
components. Information on nearly all ferrous and nonferrous metals including powder metals is
presented in tabular form for easy review and materials comparison. Includes chemical compositions, physical and mechanical properties, manufacturing
processes, applications, pertinent specifications and standards, and test methods.
Edited by M.L. Bauccio • 1993 • 614 pages
ISBN: 978-0-87170-478-8
Product Code: 06118G

Engineers’ Guide to Technical Writing

Engineers’ Guide to Technical Writing
The ability to write clearly is essential for career advancement in any technical field. This book
provides easy-to-follow guidelines, methods, and rules that will make you a more effective technical writer, get results and
help you advance in your career. Includes checklists and step-bystep techniques that make writing less of a challenge.
By K.G. Budinski • 2001 • 398 pages
ISBN: 978-0-87170-693-5
Product Code: 06218G


Elements of Metallurgy and Engineering Alloys

Elements of Metallurgy and Engineering Alloys
The book combines a thorough presentation of physical and mechanical metallurgical concepts
along with a practical survey of all important metals, their alloys, and their engineering
properties. Easy to read and well illustrated, the book will be valuable to professionals
and practitioners such as designers, structural engineers, material and process engineers, manufacturing engineers,
materials engineers, and technicians.
Edited Flake Campbell, Jr. • 2008 • 672 pages
ISBN: 978-0-87170-867-0
Product Code: 05224G


ASM Materials Engineering Dictionary

ASM Materials Engineering Dictionary

Every engineer and every library should own a copy of this comprehensive materials dictionary.
It features 10,000 authoritative entries (arranged from A to Z),
covering materials, processes, and concepts related to ferrous and nonferrous metals, plastics, ceramics, composites,
and adhesives.
Edited by J.R. Davis • 1992 • 555 pages • Illustrated
ISBN: 978-0-87170-447-4
Product Code: 06311G

Sittig’s Handbook of Toxic and Hazardous Chemicals and Carcinogens

Sittig’s Handbook of Toxic and Hazardous Chemicals and Carcinogens5th Edition
Sittig’s 5th Edition remains the lone comprehensive work providing a vast array of critical
information on the 2,100 most heavily used, transported, and regulated substances of occupational
and environmental concern.
Edited by Richard Pohanish • William Andrew Inc.
2008 • 4266 pages • ISBN: 978-0-81551-553-1
Product Code: 05241G

Metallurgy for the Non-Metallurgist™

Metallurgy for the Non-Metallurgist™
“This book will interest those readers dealing with metals who want to know more about the processes that influence their
- J.P. Neville, Wentworth Institute of Technology
Technicians, laboratory personnel, designers, purchasers and sales people agree—if you work
for a metals-related company, you need this basic reference for the nonmetallurgist! It’s written for beginners as well
as those who need to refresh their understanding of a particular topic. Well-illustrated and indexed, the book
makes technical subjects easy to understand and provides a complete glossary of metallurgical terms.
Coverage of basic information on metallurgical and
general engineering makes this a superb textbook.
This book is designed to complement but not replace
the classic ASM course of the same name.
By H. Chandler • 1998 • 284 pages
Well-illustrated • Indexed
ISBN: 978-0-87170-652-2
Product Code: 06169G

Atlas of Fatigue Curves

Atlas of Fatigue Curves
Contains more than 500 fatigue
curves for industrial ferrous and
nonferrous alloys. Each curve
is presented independently and
includes an explanation of its
particular importance. Includes
standard S-N curves, curves showing
effect of surface hardening on
fatigue strength, crack growth-rate
curves, curves comparing the
fatigue strengths of various alloys, effect of variables
(i.e., temperature, humidity, frequency, aging, environment,
etc.) and more.
Edited by H.E. Boyer • 1986 • 518 pages • Illustrated
ISBN: 978-0-87170-214-2
Product Code: 06156G


Atlas of Stress-Strain Curves

Atlas of Stress-Strain Curves

2nd Edition
This updated edition is substantially
bigger—in page dimensions,
number of pages, and total
number of curves—and better
than the previous edition. It contains
more than 1,400 curves,
almost three times as many as in
the 1987 edition. The curves are
normalized in appearance to aid making comparisons
among materials. All diagrams include metric (SI) units,
and many also include U.S. customary units. All curves
are captioned in a consistent format with valuable information
including standard designation, the primary
source of the curve, mechanical properties, condition of
sample, strain rate, test temperature, and alloy composition.
Curve types include monotonic and cyclic stressstrain,
isochronous stress-strain, and tangent modulus.
Curves are logically arranged and indexed for fast
retrieval of information. Also includes an introduction
that provides background information on methods of
stress-strain determination, on data presentation and
analysis, and on application of the results.
2002 • 816 pages • ISBN: 978-0-87170-739-0
Product Code: 06825G

Fatigue and
Durability of
Metals at High
Written by preeminent experts,
this work gives development
engineers, students, and component
designers an important reference
on how to analyze timedependent
metal fatigue at high
temperatures. From concept to
application, this work describes
the effect of creep (time-dependent)
deformation on fatigue
life and how the method of
strain-range partitioning is used to assess fatigue life
for different deformation conditions and multi-axial
loading. Methods for predicting time-dependent metal
fatigue are critiqued, and aerospace examples illustrate
By S.S. Manson and G.R. Halford • 2009
Approx. 400 pages • ISBN: 978-0-87170-718-5
Product Code: 05206

Mechanics and Mechanisms of Fracture: An Introduction
– CHOICE, June 2006
This text is for readers who
want an introductory overview
on the mechanical and material
factors of fracture in design
analysis, material evaluation, and failure prevention.
Both fundamental and practical concepts of fracture are
described in terms of stress analysis and the mechanical
behavior of materials. The metallurgical aspects of
deformation and fracture in metals are also discussed.
By A.F. Liu • 2005 • 458 pages
ISBN: 978-0-87170-802-1

Product Code: 06954G
Fatigue and Durability
of Structural Materials
Describes how mechanical material
behavior relates to the design
of structural machine components.
Emphasizes fatigue and
failure behavior using engineering
models that have been developed
to predict, in advance of
service, acceptable fatigue and
other durability-related lifetimes.
Covers broad classes of materials used for high-performance
structural applications such as aerospace components,
automobiles, and power generation systems.
Focuses on metallic materials but also addresses
unique capabilities of important nonmetals. (Concepts
are applied to behavior at room or ambient temperatures;
a planned second volume will address behavior
at higher temperatures.)
By S.S. Manson and G.R. Halford • 2006 • 456 pages
ISBN: 978-0-87170-825-0
Product Code: 06987G

ASM Specialty
Stainless Steels
Your single resource
for stainless information
—culled from the
ASM Handbooks.
Edited by J.R. Davis • 1994 • 576 pages • Hundreds of
figures and tables • ISBN: 978-0-87170-503-7
Product Code: 06398G

ASM Specialty Handbook®
Carbon and Alloy Steels
This handbook places special emphasis on the processing
and service characteristics of steel. You’ll find
detailed, yet practical information that will help you
select the best grade for a particular application or
service environment.
Edited by J.R. Davis • 1996 • 731 pages
ISBN: 978-0-87170-557-0
Product Code: 06611G

ASM Specialty Handbook® Steels,
2 Volume Set
Product Code: 06491G

Powder Metallurgy
Stainless Steels:
and Properties
Progress in the understanding of
corrosion and corrosion resistance
properties of sintered stainless
steels has lead to new applications
that benefit from net shape processing and more
efficient material utilization. The text, extensive graphics,
and tabular summaries provide a comprehensive
reference to obtain good corrosion resistance properties
of sintered stainless steels with careful processing,
starting with powder selection, avoidance of contamination,
efficient delubrication, and controlled sintering
and cooling. Misconceptions and conflicting literature
are critically assessed.
By E. Klar and P. Samal • 2007 • 256 pages
ISBN-13: 978-0-87170-848-9
Product Code: 05200G

Steel Metallurgy for
the Non-Metallurgist
This book explains the metallurgy
of steel and its heat treatment
for non-metallurgists. It
starts from simple concepts—
beginning at the level of highschool
chemistry classes—and
building to more complex
concepts involved in heat treatment
of most all types of steel
as well as cast iron. This book
is THE practical primer on
steel metallurgy for those who select, heat, forge, or
machine steel.
The book is extensively illustrated and features
detailed but clear explanations on the use of phase
and transformation diagrams. Each chapter includes
a summary of key concepts addressed.
By John D. Verhoeven • 2007 • 225 pages
ISBN-13: 978-0-87170-858-8
Product Code: 05214G

ASM Specialty
Handbook® Cast Irons
This handbook covers the entire
spectrum of cast irons. Includes
basic information on metallurgy,
solidification characteristics, and
properties, as well as extensive
reviews on the low-alloy gray,
ductile, compacted graphite,
and malleable irons. New and
expanded material has been
added covering high-alloy white irons used for abrasion
resistance, and high-alloy graphitic irons for
heat and corrosion resistance. Melting and foundry
practices—and more—are discussed.
Edited by J.R. Davis • 1996 • 494 pages
ISBN: 978-0-87170-564-8
Product Code: 06613G

Handbook of
Residual Stress and
Deformation of Steel
Distortion, cracking, and residual
stresses are among the most
important concerns for heat
treaters, manufacturing engineers,
and design engineers. This
work includes practical information
and data to help minimize
and control the effects of residual
stresses and distortion. Topics covered include recommended
heat treating practices, methods for maintaining
temperature uniformity during heating, tips for
preventing oxide formation, and techniques for measuring
residual stresses, to name but a few.
Edited by G. Totten, M. Howes, and T. Inoue • 2002
499 pages • ISBN: 978-0-87170-729-1
Product Code: 06700G

(Key to Steel), 21st
Edition (Book or CD)
The new 21st edition of the
Key to Steel includes more than
60,000 standard designations and
trade names from approximately
300 steelmakers and suppliers.
English, French, and German.
Materials covered include structural
steels, tool steels, valve steels, high temperature
steels and alloys, stainless and heat-resisting steels, and
more. Standards and designations from 22 countries are
The CD version offers flexible and powerful capabilities,
including ability to search for materials by designation,
chemical composition, and mechanical/physical properties.
By C.W. Wegst • 2007 • 720 pages
ISBN: 978-3-922599-23-4 (Book)
ISBN: 978-3-922599-24-1 (CD)
Trilingual: English, French, German
Verlag Stahlschlüssel
Product Code: 05209G
CD (Single User Network Installation) Product Code: 05210A (CD)

Tool Steels, 5th Edition
This authoritative work is a “must
have” reference for engineers
involved in tool-steel production,
as well as in the selection and use
of tool steels in metalworking and
other materials manufacturing
By G. Roberts, G. Krauss, and
R. Kennedy • 1998 • 364 pages
ISBN: 978-0-87170-599-0
Product Code: 06590G

Steel Castings
6th Edition
Includes general information, purchasing
castings, designing castings,
manufacture of castings (including
casting and molding, heat treatment,
and quality assurance), materials
selection for mechanical and chemical
properties, materials selection for processing properties
(including hardenability, weldability, and machinability),
for physical properties.
1995 • 472 pages • ISBN: 978-0-87170-556-3
Co-published by Steel Founders’ Society of
America and ASM International
Product Code: 06820G

Steels: Processing,
Structure, and
The next step after Metallurgy
for the Non-Metallurgist.
Steels: Processing, Structure,
and Performance is a comprehensive
guide to the broad,
dynamic physical metallurgy of
steels. The volume is an extensively
revised and updated edition
of the classic 1990 book Steels: Heat Treatment
and Processing Principles. Eleven new chapters
expand the coverage in the previous edition, and other
chapters have been reorganized and updated. The new
edition reflects the current state of the art. This volume
is an essential reference for anyone who makes, uses,
studies, or designs with steel.
The interrelationships among chemistry, processing,
structure, and performance—the elements of physical
metallurgy—are integrated for all the types of
steel discussed. The evolution, characterization, and
performance of steel microstructures are described,
with increased emphasis on deformation and fracture.
The coverage of thermal processing and its
effect on steels is expanded in this edition.
By George Krauss • 2005 • 613 pages
ISBN: 978-0-87170-817-5
Product Code: 05140G

Introduction to
Stainless Steels,
3rd Edition
One of the most widely used
industrial materials texts, each
chapter explains an important
concept related to the selection,
application, processing and use
of stainless steels.
By J. Beddoes and J.G. Parr • 1999 • 315 pages
ISBN: 978-0-87170-673-7
Product Code: 06685G

Stainless Steels for
Design Engineers
This book contains everything
engineers and designers need to
make sound technical judgments
about which stainless steels to use
and how to use them. Extensive
composition and property information
on all five families of
stainless steel, including newest
alloys is included. Coverage
addresses selection for corrosion
resistance, processing, and major
By Michael F. McGuire • 2008 • 312 pages
ISBN: 978-0-87170-717-8
Product Code: 05231G

Aluminum Alloy
Processes, and
“…stands out as the
definitive volume on physical
and mechanical properties of
aluminum alloy castings.”
- Joseph C. Benedyk, Contributing Editor
Light Metal Age, February 2005
Aluminum Alloy Castings provides property and performance
data for all types of aluminum alloy castings
and reviews and describes the factors that contribute
to and affect those properties, including composition,
microstructure, casting process, heat treatment, and
quality assurance. Features extensive collections of
property and performance data, including previously
unpublished aging response curves, growth curves,
and fatigue curves. These data are presented in consistent
formats to enable easy comparisons among different
alloys and tempers.
By J.G. Kaufman and E.L. Rooy • 2004 • 340 pages
ISBN: 978-0-87170-803-8 • Co-published by ASM
International and the American Foundry Society
Product Code: 05114G

Properties of Aluminum Alloys:
Tensile, Creep, and Fatigue Data at
High and Low Temperatures
This book compiles more than 300 tables listing
typical average properties of a wide range of
aluminum alloys based on extensive work done by
Alcoa Laboratories over a period of several years.
Edited by J.G. Kaufman • 1999 • 311 pages
ISBN: 978-0-87170-632-4 • Co-published by the
Aluminum Association and ASM International
Product Code: 06813G

Properties of Aluminum Alloys:
Fatigue Data and the Effects of
Temperature, Product Form, and
This book presents one of the most comprehensive collections
of fatigue data yet available for aluminum alloys,
temperatures, and products. The data, including over
1000 curves and numerous tables, are presented in a consistent
format, conveniently arranged by alloy and temper.
Edited by J.G. Kaufman • 2008 • 574 pages
ISBN-13: 978-0-87170-839-7
Product Code: 05156G
Sale Properties of Aluminum
2 Volume Set
Product Code: 05250G

Parametric Analyses
of High-Temperature
Data for Aluminum
This is a guide to the use of parametric
analyses in analyzing and
extrapolating the properties of
aluminum alloys at high temperatures.
The methods are illustrated
by presenting a broad spectrum
of high-temperature creep
data for aluminum alloys generated from a single
source and developed using consistent testing procedures
and practices.
By J.G. Kaufman • 2008 • 176 pages
ISBN: 978-0-87170-715-4
Product Code: 05202G

SMST-2006 (Book + CD)
Proceedings of the 2006 International Conference
on Shape Memory and Superelastic Technology,
May 7, 2006, Pacific Grove, California, USA
Edited by B. Berg, M.R. Mitchell, J. Proft • 2008
882 pages • ISBN: 978-0-87170-862-5
Product Code: 05189Z

SMST-2007 (Book + CD)
Proceedings of the International
Conference on Shape
Memory and Superelastic
Technology, December 3-5,
2007, Tsukuba City, Japan
Edited by S. Miyazaki
2008 • 724 pages
ISBN: 978-0-87170-722-2

Product Code: 05258Z
The SMST Conferences focus on real-world issues and applications of shape memory materials. Each
volume includes edited technical papers and is an excellent reference on the latest technical advances,
industrial applications, and current state-of-the-art in shape memory and superelastic technologies.
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Titanium, 2nd Edition
This comprehensive summary of
the current state of the art o