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Works under MDS 669.142
- Steel (A Studio book) by David Plowden
- Eliza: Remembering a Pittsburgh Steel Mill by Mark Perrott
- I wonder how steel is made by Neil Curtis
- The History, Making & Modeling of Steel by Dean A. Freytag
- The Making, Shaping and Treating of Steel (Steel Making and Refining) by Richard J. Fruehan
- Fundamentals of steelmaking by E. T. Turkdogan
- B0600 Steelmakers and knotted string (matsci) by Harry Brearley
- The Alloy Tree: A Guide to Low-Alloy Steels, Stainless Steels and Nickel-Base Alloys by J. C. M. Farrar
- Innovation in electric arc furnaces scientific basis for selection by Yuri N. Toulouevski
- Steels: Microstructure and Properties, Second Edition (Metallurgy & Materials Science) by Robert Honeycombe
- Steels by D.T. Llewellyn
- Steel: A Design, Cultural and Ecological History (Design, Histories, Futures) by Tony Fry
- Phase transformations in steels by Elena Pereloma
- High interstitial stainless austenitic steels by Hans Berns
- The making, shaping and treating of steel by United States Steel Corporation.,
- Sheffield Steel by K. C. Barraclough
- Fundamentals of microalloying forging steels : proceedings of an international symposium sponsored by the Ferrous Metallurgy Committee of the Metallurgical Society held in Golden, Colorado, July 8-10, 1986 by K. J. Bhansali H. D. Merchant
- Welding metallurgy and weldability by John C. Lippold
- Internationaler stahlvergleich by Walter Tirler
- Fundamentals of Steelmaking Metallurgy by Brahma Deo
- Fundamentals and applications of microalloying forging steels : proceedings of a symposium sponsored by the Ferrous Metallurgy Committee of TMS (Minerals, Metals & Materials Society) and co-sponsored by the Forging Industry Education and Research Foundation (FIERF) ... [et al.] held July 8-10, 1996 at the Colorado School of Mines, Golden, Colorado by C. J. Van Tyne
- Modeling of steelmaking processes by Dipak Mazumdar
- Historia de la siderurgia argentina by Roberto A. Villanueva
- Stahlbau-kalender by Ulrike Kuhlmann
- Electric arc furnace with flat bath : achievements and prospects by Yuri N. Toulouevski
- Stahlbau kalender by Ulrike Kuhlmann
- Conveyor belt furnace thermal processing by Jinlong Xu
- Source book on the ferritic stainless steels: A comprehensive collection of outstanding articles from the periodical and reference literature (ASM engineering bookshelf) by R. A. Lula
- Stahlbau kalender 2013 by Ulrike Kuhlmann
- Automotive steels : design, metallurgy, processing and applications by Radhakanta Rana
- Advanced high strength steel and press hardening : proceedings of the 2nd international conference by (Materials scientist) Yisheng Zhang
- Predictive material modeling : combining fundamental physics understanding, computational methods and empirically observed behavior ; [symposium ... held in Dallas, Texas on 7 - 8 Novermber 2001] by Mark Kirk
- Theory and methods of metallurgical process integration by Ruiyu Yin
- The making, shaping, and treating of steel. ronmaking volume. by David H. Wakelin
- Secondary Steel Making: Conference Proceedings (Book - Metals Society ; no. 190)
- Source book on stainless steels : a discriminative selection of outstanding articles from the periodical and reference literature
- Advanced high strength steel and press hardening : proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Advanced High Strength Steel and Press Hardening (ICHSU 2016), Xi'an, China, 25-27 August 2016 by (Materials scientist) Yisheng Zhang
- Andrew Carnegie and the age of steel by A & E Home Video
- Handbuch feuerverzinken
- A Review of the Status, Selection, and Physical Metallurgy of High-Strength, Low-Alloy Steels (Mcic-79-39/March Report 1979) by E. E. Fletcher
- Steel Industry and the Environment - Technical and management Issues (TR 38) by Paul Programme Tim and Butterworth Jones, United
- Kinetics of metallurgical processes in steelmaking: Proceedings of the international conference, held on October 12, 13, and 14, 1970 at the Institut ... Dr.-Ing. E.h. Dr. h.c. Hermann Schenck
- Nova Scotia Steel & Coal Company Limited and its subsidiary the Eastern Car Company Limited head office New Glasgow, Nova Scotia, Canada by Nova Scotia Steel and Coal Company.,
- Deoxidation of steel; a memorial volume to C.H. Herty, Jr by C. H. Herty
- Quality Control Source Book: Application of QC to Ferrous Metalworking by A K Hingwe
- Fundamentals of Steelmaking (Book / Institute of Materials) by E. T. Turkdogan
- Handbook of ferroalloys theory and technology by Michael Gasik
- Tool steel handbook by Allegheny Ludlum Steel Corporation.
- HSLA steels 2015, microalloying 2015 & offshore engineering steels 2015 : conference proceedings, held November 11-13th, 2015, Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province, China.
- Sir Henry Bessemer father of the steel industry by C. Bodsworth
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