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1915 Iron and Steel Institute: Index

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1915. Index of Content.
1915. Index of Content.
1915. Index of Content.

Note: This is a sub-section of the 1915 Iron and Steel Institute

CONTENTS.

  • LIST OF OFFICERS . ii
  • LIST OF MEMBERS ON ACTIVE SERVICE . iii
  • SECTION I.—MINUTES OF PROCEEDINGS.
  • Annual General Meeting . 1
  • Election of Members . 1
  • Report of Council ^ 4
  • Statement of Accounts . 16
  • Bessemer Gold Medal . 25
  • Carnegie Gold Medal . 31
  • Carnegie Scholarship Awards . 32
  • Votes of Thanks . 34
  • "Note on the heating of an open-hearth furnace by means of tar." By A. Greiner . 36
  • "Sound steel ingots and rails." By Sir Robert A. Hadfield and G. K. Burgess . 40
  • Discussion on paper by Sir Robert Hadfield and Dr. Burgess . 65
  • Correspondence on paper by Sir Robert Hadfield and Dr. Burgess . 77
  • "Brinell hardness and tenacity factors of a series of heat-treated special steels." By A. McWilliam and E. J. Barnes . 125
  • Discussion on paper by Dr. McWilliam and Mr. Barnes 135
  • "Iron, carbon, and phosphorus." By J. E. Stead . 140
  • Discussion on Dr. Stead's paper . 182
  • Correspondence on Dr. Stead's paper . 193
  • "On the nature of the A2 transformation in iron." By K. Honda 199
  • Discussion on Professor Honda's paper . 242
  • Correspondence on Professor Honda's paper . 246
  • "The diffusion of carbon in iron." By F. W. Adams . 255
  • Correspondence on Mr. Adams' paper . 269
  • "Supplementary notes on the forms in which sulphides may exist in steel ingots." By J. O. Arnold and G. R. Bolsover . 271
  • Correspondence on Dr. Arnold and Mr. Bolsover's paper . 275
  • "Researches on the iron, silicon, and carbon alloys." By G. Charpy and A. Cornu-Thenard . 276
  • Correspondence on Messrs. Charpy and Cornu-Thenard's paper . 303
  • "The relative corrodibilities of grey cast iron and steel; with a note on the removal of rust by means of chemical reagents." By J. N. Friend and C. W. Marshall . 353
  • Correspondence on Dr. Friend and Mr. Marshall's paper . 364
  • "The detection of burning in steel." By J. E. Stead . 398
  • Correspondence on Dr. Stead's paper . 403
  • "Recent progress in the design of large blast-furnace gas-engines, with special reference to Belgian practice." By H. Hubert . 409
  • Discussion on Professor Hubert's paper . 440
  • "Record of the discovery of the influence of vanadium on steel," By J. O. Arnold . 442
  • Obituary . 454
  • Additions to the Library 468

CONTENTS.

  • LIST OF COUNCIL AND OFFICERS
  • PREFACE .
  • ADOLPHE GREINER, D.Sc., MEMOIR
  • SECTION I.—MINUTES OF PROCEEDINGS.
  • Autumn Meeting .
  • Election of Members . 2
  • Notice of Alteration of Bye-Laws . 3
  • "The effect of chromium and tungsten upon the hardening and tempering of high-speed tool steel." By C. A. Edwards and H. Kikkawa . 6
  • Discussion on paper by Dr. Edwards and Mr. Kikkawa . 31
  • Correspondence on paper by Dr. Edwards and Mr. Kikkawa . 38
  • "The occurrence and influence of nitrogen in iron and steel." By N. Tschischewski . 47
  • Discussion on Professor Tschischewski's paper . 98
  • Correspondence on Professor Tschischewski's paper . 105
  • "Note on the carburisation of iron at low temperatures in blast-furnace gases." By T. H. Byrom . 106
  • Discussion on Mr. Byrom's paper . 113
  • "Phosphorus in iron and steel." By W. H. Hatfield . 122
  • Discussion on Dr. Hatfield's paper . 133
  • "Sulphur in malleable cast iron." By R. H. Smith . 141
  • Discussion on Mr. Smith's paper 153
  • Correspondence on Mr. Smith's paper . 153
  • "The influence of oxygen on some properties of pure iron." By W. Austin . 157
  • Correspondence on Mr. Austin's paper . 162
  • "The influence of heat treatment on the specific resistance and chemical constitution of carbon steels." By Edward D. Campbell . 164
  • Correspondence on Professor Campbell's paper . 178
  • "The magnetic transformation of cementite." By K. Honda and H. Takagi 181
  • "A magnetic study of the A3 transformation in pure iron." By K. Honda and H. Takagi . 190
  • Correspondence on papers by Professor Honda and Mr. Takagi . 196
  • Obituary . 203
  • Additions to the Library . 207

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