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Full text of "Metallurgy Of Cast Iron"

620                                         INDEX.
TablesóContinued.                                                               PAGE.
Volume and weight of nitrogen and oxygen............    71
Heat production, absorption and loss in a furnace......    72
Segregation of sulphur in pig iron....................  134
Analyses of pigs from the different beds of a changeable and normal working furnace....................  135
Silicon analyses of the different beds of eight casts.... 136 Changes in sulphur and silicon to maintain similar
hardness   ...........................................  151
Grading pig iron from No. i to No. 10 with an increase
of .25 in silicon each number........................  152
Analyses of deceptive pig iron samples and their castings...............................................  171
Tests taken from castings made of deceptive pig iron. .   172
Analyses of three deceptive pig specimens..............  174
Variations   of   the   analyses   of   two   test   samples   of
drillings    ...........................................  181
A method of keeping records of chemical and physical
tests   ...............................................  199
Analyses distinguishing Foundry and Bessemer iron. ... 215 Test and analyses of sulphur addition to molten iron. . 223 Tests and analyses of adding phosphorus to molten iron 231 Comparative fusing tests of phosphorus addition to iron 231 Tests and analyses of variation of manganese in different
irons   ...........................................235, 236
Percentage of iron and impurities in weak and strong
castings   .......................................... 250
Character of forty specialties made of cast iron........ 252
Methods for calculating the silicon and other metalloids
in making mixtures  of iron......................... 256
Approximate analyses  for chilled roll  mixtures........ 266
Analyses of two1 rolls that stood well...................267
Analyses  of car  wheels  that   stood  thermal   tests   and
good   wear   ........................................ 268
Analyses  of car  wheels  which  did and  did  not  stand
thermal tests....................................268-269
Analyses   of   the   graphitic   and   combined   carbon   of
wheels which stood and did not stand thermal tests.. 270 Mixtures   for   gun   carriages.......................274, 275n of........... 245