posted on Sep, 15 2015 @ 11:56 AM
ATS, I'm in need of some help in finding resources to learn all about metallurgy. I have always been fascinated by metals and material science,
although the field of science has never been a specialty of mine.
Ultimately, I'd like to learn more about metallurgy down to the microscopic level, as well as how these factors affect real-world activities (mining,
electrical engineering, smelting, etc.)
To start, I've ordered some textbook resources - the first is Structure-Property Relations in Non-Ferrous Metals
, as well as Hot Metal Production by
Smelting Reduction of Iron Oxide Amazon
I'm not opposed to other types of resources. At some point I would like to enroll in a formal education program on this topic, but I'm also very
good at self-teaching.
I know we have members on here from such a wide variety of professions and backgrounds, and I am hoping someone out there can help me.
If anybody has any other ideas (about Online certificate programs, other books, movies, etc.) for me to look into I would GREATLY appreciate it.
Any other thoughts or insights are also more than welcome! As always, Thank You ATS.
Your friend, FC