Steel-makers and Knotted String
Institute of Materials, 1995 - 276 Seiten
The fascinating autobiography by the discoverer and early commercial developer of stainless steel includes a collection of photographs, both past and present, illustrating some of the achievements and episodes in Harry Brearley's extraordinary career together with a commentary providing a modern perspective on Brearley's life and work.
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