|Title:||Iron and steel; a treatise on the smelting, refining, and mechanical processes of the iron and steel industry, including the chemical and physical characteristics of wrought iron, carbon, high-speed and alloy steels, cast iron, and steel castings, and the application of these materials in the machine and tool construction, by Erik Oberg and Franklin D. Jones in collaboration with prominent metallurgists and steelmakers.|
|Author:||Oberg, Erik, 1881-|
|Note:||New York, The Industrial Press, 1918|
|Link:||page images at HathiTrust|
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|Subject:||Iron -- Metallurgy|
|Subject:||Steel -- Metallurgy|
|Subject:||Iron industry and trade|
|Subject:||Steel industry and trade|
|Call number:||TN705 .O3|
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