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Pyrometry: The Papers and Discussion of a Symposium on Pyrometry Held by the American Institute of Mining and Metallurgical Engineers at Its Chicago Meeting, September, 1919

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Pyrometry

The Papers and Discussion of a Symposium on Pyrometry Held by the American Institute of Mining and Metallurgical Engineers at Its Chicago Meeting, September, 1919 (1920)
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National Research Council. 1920. Pyrometry: The Papers and Discussion of a Symposium on Pyrometry Held by the American Institute of Mining and Metallurgical Engineers at Its Chicago Meeting, September, 1919. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. https://doi.org/10.17226/20231.

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718 pages | 5 x 8
DOI: https://doi.org/10.17226/20231
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Front Matter i-iv
Report of Pyrometer Committee of National Research Council 3-36
Temperature 37-45
Standard Scale of Temperature 46-60
Metals for Pyrometer Standardization 61-62
Fundamental Laws of Pyrometry 63-71
Present Status of Radiation Constants 72-73
Thermoelectric Pyrometry 74-136
Potentiometers for Thermoelement Work 137-148
Self-checking Galvanometer Pyrometer 149-153
Some Factors Affecting Usefulness of Base-metal Thermocouples 154-164
Tables and Curves for Use in Measuring Temperatures with Thermocouples 165-178
Reference Standard for Base-metal Thermocouples 179-180
Alloys Suitable for Thermocouples and Base-metal Thermoelectric Practice 181-187
Recent Improvements in Pyrometry 188-205
Automatic Compensation for Cold-junction Temperatures of Thermocouple Pyrometers 206-213
Use of Modified Rosenhain Furnace for Thermal Analysis 214-220
A Hot-wire Anemometer with Thermocouple 221-224
High-temperature Thermometers 225-239
Porcelain for Pyrometric Purposes 240-250
Pyrometer Porcelains and Refractories 251-254
Pyrometer Protection Tubes 255-257
Protecting Tubes for Thermocouples 258-261
Pyrometer Protection Tubes 262-266
Melting Point of Refractory Materials 267-284
High-temperature Scale and its Application in Measurement of True, Brightness and Color Temperature 285-290
Theory and Accuracy in Optical Pyrometry with Particular Reference to the Disappearing-filament Type 291-323
Optical and Radiation Pyrometry 324-351
Industrial Applications of Disappearing-filament Optical Pyrometer 352-366
Emissive Powers and Temperatures of Non-black Bodies 367-399
Recording Thermocouple Pyrometers 400-405
Recording Pyrometry 406-434
High-temperature Control 435-449
Resistance Thermometry 450-457
Resistance Thermometry for Industrial Use 458-463
Tin, an Ideal Pyrometric Material 464-465
Thermocouple Installation in Annealing Kilns for Optical Glass 466-474
Annealing of Glass 475-482
Pyrometry Applied to Bottle-glass Manufacture 483-490
Pyrometry in the Manufacture of Optical Glass 491-494
Use of Optical Pyrometers for Control of Optical-glass Furnaces 495-505
Pyrometry as Applied to the Manufacture of Optical Glass 506-508
Pyrometer Shortcomings in Glass-house Practice 509-512
Pyrometry in the Manufacture of Clay Wares 513-515
Application of Pyrometry to the Ceramic Industries 516-521
Pyrometry in Rotary Portland Cement Kilns 522-534
Application of Pyrometers to the Ceramic Industry 535-543
Pyrometry in Blast-furnace Work 544-566
Pyrometry and Steel Manufacture 567-577
Electric, Open-hearth and Bessemer Steel Temperatures 578-589
Some Thermal Relations in the Treatment of Steel 590-609
Pyrometry in the Tool-manufacturing Industry 610-613
Forging Temperatures and Rate of Heating and Cooling of Large Ingots 614-626
Temperatures of Incandescent-lamp Filaments 627-631
Temperature Measurements of Incandescent Gas Mantles 632-637
Application of Pyrometry to Problems of Lamp Design and Performance 638-644
Temperature of a Burning Cigar 645-651
Application of Pyrometry to the Manufacture of Gas-mask Carbon 652-668
Teaching Pyrometry in our Technical Schools 669-677
Teaching Pyrometry in Technical Schools 678-680
Teaching Pyrometry 681-712
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