First published in 1972. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Dr Chapman's books on workshop technology and calculations have long had an international reputation in workshops and colleges. In their latest editions they now all use SI units throughout.
Changes have been made where necessary to take account of developments in practice and equipment, but on the whole the original character and style of the books have been retained.
It is the method of instrction which Dr Chapman has combined with his unique style that has proved so successful in the training of workshop engineers all over the world.
Table of Contents
1. Introduction - materials - iron and steel 2. The properties and treatment of iron and steel 3. Non-ferrous metals and alloys - Alloy steels - Preparation of metals 4. Heat processes - forging, riveting, soldering and brazing 5. Power, safety and care 6. Metal cutting 7. Checking and measurement of surfaces 8. The bench. Flat surfaces - Filing, chipping, scraping 9. Marking out, drilling, screwing 10. Introduction to the lathe 11. Chuck work - Face-plate - Taper turning - Screw-cutting 12. The shaping machine Appendix Index
Dr Chapman's books on workshop technology and calculations have long had an international reputation in workshops and colleges.