He expressed his hope that the celebrations would constantly remind metallurgist
of their responsibility towards the society and help them find viable solutions to challenges.
work on all parts of a metal's life cycle, from when ores are first mined until metal objects are recycled into new materials.
To better fill this niche in the industry, David established the practice of having a metallurgist
with foundry experience on staff at Federal Metal.
Then, when I was working as a metallurgist
, Jack joined us and we began working on the same site.
So, next time, before someone gets hurt, Gehry ought call a good metallurgist
before he finishes his design.
Prof Ko, who will be honoured with a doctorate of engineering, is one of China's leading metallurgists
and an adviser to industrial bodies in Britain, Canada and Japan as well as China.
The Shimadzu Sequential Plasma Spectrophotometer Model ICPS-7510 is a high precision analytical equipment used for quantitative chemical analysis, so sensitive that it is capable of accurately detecting levels as low as one part per billion, equivalent to measuring a milligram per metric ton, which compares favorably to the usual mining industry practice of measuring precious metal content in grams per metric ton," stated Chief Metallurgist
Elvis Hidalgo, President of Pearl Asian's Chemical/Metallurgical Lab Division.
at Concurrent Technologies Corporation (CTC), and Peter N.
Alexander was chief metallurgist
and a pioneering ductile iron researcher during a 40-year career at International Harvester, Memphis, Tenn.
The upshot could be a lot more metal replacing plastic, rather than the other way around, says Caltech metallurgist
The challenge in doing so will be both technical and financial, one metallurgist
contacted for this story noted.
Engineer Elvis Hidalgo and his team of engineers had started the designing and reconstructing of the newly acquired building.
I was metallurgist
and quality control manager at one metalcasting plant from 1970-1983.
Several years ago, while still working at the FBI, metallurgist
William Tobin began questioning this practice.
Timothy Foecke, a metallurgist
at the National Institute of Standards and Technology, a federal agency in Gaithersburg, Md.