Transactions of American Institute of Mining and Metallurgical Engineers 1919LX
Transactions of American Institute of Mining and Metallurgical Engineers 1919LX
Transactions of American Institute of Mining and Metallurgical Engineers 1919LX
Transactions of American Institute of Mining and Metallurgical Engineers 1919LX
Transactions of American Institute of Mining and Metallurgical Engineers 1919LX
Transactions of American Institute of Mining and Metallurgical Engineers 1919LX
Transactions of American Institute of Mining and Metallurgical Engineers 1919LX

Transactions of American Institute of Mining and Metallurgical Engineers 1919LX

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Transactions of American Institute of Mining and Metallurgical Engineers 1919LX
 
Transactions of American Institute of Mining and Metallurgical Engineers 1919LX
Hard Cover
840 pages
Copyright 1919
CONTENTS
PROCEEDINGS
Colorado Meeting, September, 1918  vii
James Douglas Memorial Service xv
Milwaukee Meeting, October, 1918  xxii
PAPERS
Practice of Antimony Smelting in China. By C. Y. WANG  3
First Year of Leaching by the New Cornelia Copper Co. By H. A. TOBELMANN and J. A. POTTER (With Discussion)  22
Elko Prince Mine and Mill. By J. V. N. DORR and L. D. DOUGAN . . .   78
Fine-grinding Cyanide Plant of Barnes-King Development Co. By J. H. McCORMICK  98
Automatic Separation of Solution from Solids in Hydrometallurgical Treatment of Ore Pulps. By BERNARD MACDONALD  107
Effect of Oxygen on Precipitation of Metals from Cyanide Solutions. By T. B. CROWE (With Discussion) 111
Roasting for Amalgamating and Cyaniding Cripple Creek Sulfo-telluride Gold Ores. By A. L. BLOMFIELD and M. J. TROTT (With Discussion)  118
Manufacture of Silica Brick. By H. LECHATELIER and B. BOGITCH  134
Symposium on the Conservation of Tin:
Bronze Bearing Metals. By G. H. CLAMER 162
Pennsylvania Railroad Anti-friction and Bell Metals. By F. M. WARING  166
The Tin-plate Industry. By D. M. BUCK (With Discussion)  168
The Aluminum Bronze' Industry. By W. M. CORSE  171
Bronzes, Bearing Metals, and Solders. By G. K. BURGESS and R. W. WOODWARD (With Discussion)  175
Babbitts and Solder. By G. W. THOMPSON 184
The Cadmium Supply of the United States. By C. E. SIEBENTHAL (With Discussion)  185
Solder, Its Use and Abuse. By M. L. LISSBERGER 192
Constitution of Tin Bronzes. By S. L. HOYT (With Discussion)  198
Electrolytic Zinc. By C. A. HANSEN (With Discussion)  206
Electrostatic Precipitation. By O. H. EsCHHOLZ (With Discussion)  243
Condensation of Zinc from its Vapor. By C. H. FULTON (With Discussion) . 280 Effect of Impurities on Hardness of Cast Zinc or Spelter. By G. C. STONE . . 303 Oxygen and Sulfur in the Melting of Copper Cathodes. By S. SKOWRONSKI . 307 Relation of Sulfur to Overpoling of Copper. By S. SKOWRONSKI (With Discussion)  312
Action of Reducing Gases on Hot Solid Copper. By N. B. PILLING (With Discussion)  322
Spectroscopic Determination of Lead in Copper. By C. W. HILL and G. P. LUCKEY 342
Volatilization of Cuprous Chloride on Melting Copper Containing Chlorine. By S. SKOWRONSKI and K. W. MCCOMAS  354
Automatic Copper Plating. By J. W. RICHARDS (With Discussion)  365
Pure Carbon-free Manganese and Manganese Copper. By ARTHUR BRAID (With Discussion)  371
Manganese Bronze. By P. E. MCKINNEY (With Discussion)  374
Non-metallic Inclusions in Bronze and Brass. By G. F. COMSTOCK  386
Standards for Brass and Bronze Foundries and Metal-finishing Processes. By LILLIAN ERSKINE (With Discussion)  401
Volatility of Constituents of Brass. By JOHN JOHNSTON (With Discussion) . .  416
Comparison of Grain-size Measurements and Brinell Hardness of Cartridge Brass. By W. H. BASSETT and C. H. DAVIS (With Discussion)  428
Babbitt and Babbitted Bearings. By J. L. JONES (With Discussion)  458
Metals and Alloys from a Colloid-chemical Viewpoint. By JEROME ALEXANDER (With Discussion)  466
Effect of Temperature, Deformation and Grain Size on the Mechanical Properties of Metals. By ZAY JEFFRIES (With Discussion)  474
Die Castings and their Application to the War Program. By CHARLES PACK (With Discussion)  577
Metallography of Tungsten. By ZAY JEFFRIES (With Discussion)  588
Metallographic Phenomena Observed in Amalgams.  By A. W. GRAY . . . . 657
Two Instances of Mobility of Gold in Solid State. By E. KELLER 698
Radium. By R. B. MOORE (With Discussion)  708
Biographical Notice of JAMES DOUGLAS. By ROSSITER W. RAYMOND . . . . 728
Biographical Notice of EDWARD DYER PETERS 735
Man Power. By J. PARKE CHANNING  741
Use of Cripples in Industry. By JAMES P. MUNROE (With Discussion) . . . 748 Mental Tests in Industry. Presented by ROBERT M. YERKES (With Discussion). 752 The New Spirit in Industrial Relations. By HERBERT M. WILSON (With Discussion) 768
Prevention of Illness Among Employees in Mines. By A. J. LANZA (With Discussion)  783
Need for Vocational Schools in Mining Communities. By J. C. WRIGHT (With Discussion)  792
Engineering Work of the National Research Council. By HENRY M. HOWE. 805
Mental Factors in Industrial Organization. By THOMAS T. READ 810
Discussion On Housing. By D. EPPELSHEIMER AND LAWRENCE VEILLER 815
PREFACE
This volume contains the papers and discussions on non-ferrous metallurgy industrial management and kindred subjects that were presented at the Colorado and Milwaukee meetings in the Fall of 1918, and at the New York meeting in February, 1919.
These papers were printed in Bulletins 135 to 146 inclusive, but Vol. LX does not completely supersede any Bulletin.
Reports of the Proceedings of the Colorado and Milwaukee meetings are also printed in this volume.



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