ASM Metals Handbook Vol 05 Surface Engineering

ASM Metals Handbook Vol 05  Surface Engineering
اسم المؤلف
ASM International Handbook Committee
17 أبريل 2016

ASM Metals Handbook Vol 05  Surface Engineering
Table of Contents
Section Features
Front Matter
Front Matter
Front Matter
Table of Contents
Table of Contents
Interactive Graphs
Interactive Graphs Interactive Graphs
Surface Cleaning
Surface Cleaning
1. Classification and Selection of Cleaning Processes
2. Alkaline Cleaning
3. Solvent Cold Cleaning and Vapor Degreasing
4. Emulsion Cleaning
5. Molten Salt Bath Cleaning
6. Ultrasonic Cleaning
7. Acid Cleaning
8. Mechanical Cleaning Systems
9. Pickling and Descaling
Finishing Methods
10. Classification and Selection of Finishing Processes
11. Finishing Methods Using Defined Cutting Edges
12. Finishing Methods Using Multipoint or Random Cutting Edges
13. Nonabrasive Finishing Methods
14. Mass Finishing
15. Shot Peening
16. Topography of Surfaces
17. Microstructural Analysis of Finished Surfaces
18. Residual Effects of Finishing Methods
19. Thermal Aspects of Surface Finishing Processes
19. Thermal Aspects of Surface Finishing Processes
20. Selection, Application, and Disposal of Finishing Fluids
21. Influence of Work Material Properties on Finishing Methods
Plating and Electroplating
Electrodeposition Processes
22. Copper Plating
23. Industrial (Hard) Chromium Plating
24. Decorative Chromium Plating
25. Nickel Plating
26. Iron Plating
27. Cadmium Plating
28. Zinc Plating
29. Indium Plating
30. Tin Plating
31. Lead Plating
32. Silver Plating
33. Gold Plating
34. Platinum-Group Metals Plating
35. Copper Alloy Plating
37. Zinc Alloy Plating
39. Chromium Alloy Plating
40. Multiple-Layer Alloy Plating
41. Selective (Brush) Plating
42. Pulsed-Current Plating
43. Electroforming
Nonelectrolytic Deposition Processes
44. Electroless Nickel Plating
45. Electroless Copper Plating
46. Electroless Gold Plating
47. Electroless Alloy Deposition
48. Mechanical Plating
Dip, Barrier, and Chemical Conversion Coatings
49. Surface Preparation for Continuously Applied Coatings
50. Continuous Hot Dip Coatings
51. Continuous Electrodeposited Coatings for Steel Strip
52. Batch Hot Dip Galvanized Coatings
53. Babbitting
54. Phosphate Coatings
55. Chromate Conversion Coatings
56. Rust-Preventive Compounds
57. Painting
58. Elastomeric Coatings for Automotive Plastics
59. Porcelain Enameling
60. Ceramic Coatings and Linings
61. Anodizing
Table 1. Conventional anodizing processes
Vacuum and Controlled-Atmosphere Coating and Surface Modification Processes
Thermal Spray Coating Processes
62. Thermal Spray Coatings
Chemical Vapor Deposition Coating Processes
63. Chemical Vapor Deposition of Nonsemiconductor Materials
64. Chemical Vapor Deposition of Semiconductor Materials
65. Plasma-Enhanced Chemical Vapor Deposition
Physical Vapor Deposition Coating Processes
66. Growth and Growth-Related Properties of Films Formed by Physical Vapor Deposition
67. Vacuum Deposition, Reactive Evaporation, and Gas Evaporation
68. Sputter Deposition
69. Ion Plating
70. Ion-Beam-Assisted Deposition
71. Arc Deposition
72. Ion Implantation
Other Coating/Modification Processes
73. Diffusion Coatings
74. Pulsed-Laser Deposition
Testing and Characterization of Coatings and Thin Films
75. Film Thickness Measurements Using Optical Techniques
76. Corrosion Testing
77. Evaluation of Mechanical Properties of Thin Films
78. Stress Determination for Coatings
79. Testing of Stability and Thermal Properties of Thermal Barrier Coatings
80. Microstructural Characterization of Coatings and Thin Films
81. Surface and Interface Analysis of Coatings and Thin Films
82. Overview of Wear and Erosion Testing
Surface Engineering of Irons and Steels
83. Surface Engineering of Cast Irons
84. Surface Engineering of Carbon and Alloy Steels
85. Surface Engineering of Stainless Steels
86. Surface Engineering of Specialty Steels
Surface Engineering of Nonferrous Metals
87. Surface Engineering of Heat-Resistant Alloys
88. Surface Engineering of Aluminum and Aluminum Alloys
89. Surface Engineering of Copper and Copper Alloys
90. Surface Engineering of Magnesium Alloys
91. Surface Engineering of Titanium and Titanium Alloys
92. Surface Engineering of Zirconium and Hafnium
93. Surface Engineering of Refractory Metals and Alloys
94. Surface Engineering of Nickel and Nickel Alloys
95. Surface Engineering of Zinc Alloys
Surface Engineering of Selected Nonmetallic Materials
96. Glazes and Enamels for Coating Ceramics and Glasses
97. Surface Engineering for Chemical Activity
98. Protective Coatings for Carbon-Carbon Composites
99. Plasma Surface Engineering of Plastics
100. Surface Engineering of Carbide, Cermet, and Ceramic Cutting Tools
Environmental Protection Issues
101. Environmental Regulation of Surface Engineering
102. Cadmium Elimination
103. Chromium Elimination
105. Compliant Organic Coatings
106. Compliant Wipe Solvent Cleaners
Glossary of Terms
Metric Conversion Guide
Temperature Conversions
Abbreviations, Symbols, and Tradenames


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