Electron Beam Melting, Refining and Coatings--State of the

Bakish, R.
September 1996
Industrial Heating;Sep96, Vol. 63 Issue 9, p79
Part I. Presents a `Tutorial Session' consisting of four papers which review the fundamentals relevant to electron beams featured in the `Electron Beam Melting, Refining and Coatings--State of the Art 1995' conference in Reno, Nevada. Areas about electron beams that were covered by the papers; Persons who presented the papers.


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