Micrographs on Covers

Micrographs on Covers/Calendars/ Posters:

1. Metals Progress, Vol. 127, March 1985, Front Cover.

2. Three color micrographs in Engineering Materials and Their Applications, R.A. Flinn and P.K. Trojan, 3rd ed., Houghton Mifflin Co., Boston, 1986.

3. ASM International, Intensive Seminars, December 1986-July 1987 Catalog, Front and Back Covers.

4. ASM International, Intensive Seminars, June-December 1987 Catalog, Front and Back Covers.

5. Four fractographs used for frontispiece for  Fractography, Vol. 12, 9th ed.,  Metals Handbook, ASM International, Metals Park, OH, 1987, p. ii.

6. ASM International, Intensive Seminars, December 1987-May 1988 Catalog, Front and Back Covers.

7. Metallography Appendix, ASM International, Metals Park, OH, 1988, Front Cover.

8. Buehler Ltd, 1988 Calendar, June.

9. 1988 Struers Convention Posters, for six different commercial exhibits.

10. ASM International, Intensive Seminars, June - September 1988 Catalog, Front and Back Covers.

11. ASM International, Intensive Seminars, October 1988 - February 1989 Catalog, Front and Back Covers.

12. Standardization News, Vol. 16, November 1988, Front Cover.

13. ASM International, Intensive Seminars, March - May 1989, Front and Back Covers.

14. ASM International, Intensive Seminars, October 1989 - January 1990 Catalog, Front and Back Covers.

15. "Micrograph of the Month," Microscope Technology & News, Vol. 1, November 1989, p. 3 (water quenched aluminum bronze - martensite).

16. Two micrographs used, full size, on Struers 1990 posters.

17. Two color micrographs used in Engineering Materials and Their Applications, R.A. Flinn and P.K. Trojan, 4th ed., Houghton Mifflin Co., Boston, 1990.

18. ASM International, Intensive Seminars, June - September 1990 Catalog, Front and Back Covers.

19. ASM International, Intensive Seminars, October - December 1990 Catalog, Front and Back Covers.

20. Advanced Materials & Processes, Vol. 138, No. 5, November 1990, Front Cover.

21. 1991 Media Kit, Advanced Materials & Processes, used twice - descriptive brochure and rate card.

22. ASM International, ASM's 1991 Training Seminars, January thru June 1991, Front and Back Covers.

23. Lehigh Valley Chapter of ASM International, 1991 Directory, Front Cover.24.

24. Standardization News, Vol. 19, May 1991, Front Cover.

25. The Lehigh Course on Quantitative Microscopy and Image Analysis, flyer for 24-28 June 1991 course - Front Cover and interior.

26. Advanced Materials & Processes, Vol. 140, No. 4, October 1991, Front Cover.

27. Buehler Ltd., 1992 Calendar, August, microstructure of the Gibeon meteorite.

28. Six color micrographs used on the cover of Imaging of Materials, Oxford University Press, 1991.

29. Color micrograph of Gibeon in Meteoritter - Nøglen til Jordens fortid, by Vagn F. Buchwald, Gyldendal, Denmark, 1992.

30. SEM fractograph on the cover of ASM's 1992 Training Seminars, January thru July.

31. Color micrograph of nodular graphite on cover of promotional brochure for ASM's Advanced Materials and Processes, distributed in fall 1992 for 1993.

32. Color micrograph of Gibeon on the front cover and inside front cover of  Structure  26, Struers A/S, Copenhagen 1992.

33. Color micrograph of Waspaloy used in Nikon Epiphot advertizement, 1993.

34. About eight black and white micrographs used for the brochure on the 1993 IMS meeting and the Intl. Conference on Quantitative Microscopy and Image Analysis.

35. 10 11X14 inch and 2 30X40 inch color micrographs in the traveling exhibit "Intimate Perceptions: Aesthetic Considerations of Photography Through the Microscope" arranged by Dr. Valerie Livingston, Director, Lore A. Degenstein Gallery, Susquehanna University, January 1993 -   (Everhart Museum, Scranton, PA, Reading Museum).

36. Three color micrographs used in the 3rd ed. of Materials Science and Engineering: An Introduction, by William D. Callister, J. Wiley & Sons, NY, 1993.

37. Buehler 1994 Calendar (Cu - 10.5% P), December 1994.

38. Three color micrographs (Boronated SS, Zn-12, Cored Iraqi Bronze) published in February 1994 issue of Advanced Materials and Processes, p. 24.

39. Four SEM micrographs of scroll saw blades and cut wood supplied to BookWorks, Dayton, OH.

40. About 20 micrographs supplied to ASM for reprinting of the Fe-C wall chart.

41. 21 photomicrographs (2 color) used by Milton Ohring, Stevens Institute, for his physical metallurgy book, Engineering Materials Science, Academic Press, 1995.

42. 18 11X14" Color Micrographs of Fe-Ni Meteorites on display at the Peabody Museum, Harvard University, 1990-1991.

43. Front Cover, ASM's 1993 Heat Treating Seminars booklet (July-Dec. 1993).

44. Two micrographs (YBa2Cu3Ox-7 and Boronated Stainless) chosen for 1995 Buehler Calendar.

45. Numerous stainless steel micrographs supplied for ASM Specialty Handbook: Stainless Steels.

46. Front cover, 21 continuous issues of Materials Characterization, Vol. 34, Nos. 1-4, Vol. 35, Nos. 1-4, Vol. 36, Nos. 1 - 5, Vol. 37, Nos. 1-5, Vol. 38, Nos. 1-5, Vol. 39, no. 1, January 1995-July 1997, color micrograph of High Expansion 22-3 hot rolled and annealed strip.

47. Color micrograph of Temperature Compensator Alloy, Type II, used by ASM Heat Treating Society for the founding members silk tie (see Advanced Materials & Processes, Vol. 147, March 1995, insert page R) for $28.00.  (In about 1988, Struers used my Cu-26Zn-5Al shape memory micrograph to make ties and scarfs).

48. Four (of 7 total) 10X12 inch color micrographs used in 1995 Struers Calendar (As-rolled 52100, AISI 9310 core, fiberglass reinforced plastic, Cu-40% Zn, air colled from 1550F).

49. Nine micrographs used in Steels: Heat Treatment and Processing Principles, by George Krauss, published by ASM International, 1990.

50. Color micrographs of AerMet 100 used by CTC in brochure "AerMet® - for Tooling Alloy," 1995.

51. Six color micrographs used by ASM International in advertizement for IMS membership, "A Resource Structured For You" published in Advanced Materials & Processes, Vol. 148, No. 1, July 1995, after page 48 (also published as a separate).

52. Twenty-one micrographs, plus the text and micrographs in publications 20 and 27, published in  Tool Materials, ASM Specialty Handbook, ASM International, 1995.

53. Color micrograph of AerMet 100 used by CTC on promotional coffee mug.

54. Two color micrographs, "butterfly" martensite and AerMet 100, used by Struers in their 1996 Structure calendar.

55. Color micrograph, "Covellite Contortions," used in 1996 Buehler Ltd calendar.

57.  Microstructure of HAM valve steel, Front Cover, 1997 Buehler Consumable Buyer’s Guide.

58. Four micrographs used in Nick Engler’s Woodworking Wisdom, Rodale Press, Emmaus, PA  1997, pp. 140-141.

59. Micrograph of β1 martensite in Cu-26Zn-5Al shape memory alloy used for cover of Krautkramer France 97-98 Consumables catalog, No. 10.

60. Micrograph of AerMet 100 alloy (2000F-1h, AC, 1250F-6h, AC) showing lath martensite after tint etching and using polarized light with sensitive tint on 1998 Buehler calendar (November 1998).

61. Front Cover, New Steel magazine, Vol. 15, February 1999 (color micrograph of AerMet 100 Alloy Steel).

62. Micrograph of Cu-30% Zn (CR 50%, annealed 1300F - 30 min.) in Buehler 2000 calendar.

63. Hypoeutectic gray iron, Beraha’s sodium molybdate etch, front cover of Industrial Heating, November 1999, Vol. 66, No. 11.

64. Microstructure of the Henbury meteorite used for 2000 Buehler Consumables catalog.

65. Micrographs of cast irons provided to Dick Swaney, UHLSTEEL, 515 Walnut St., Springdale, PA 15144, for a book on induction melting of iron, steel and nonferrous metals (Good Practices Handbook, the ABB Induction Furnace,  ABB, 2000.

66. Microstructure of beryllium bronze on front cover of July 2000 issue of ASM’s journal, Advanced Materials & Processes.

67. Color micrograph of CP Ti used for the cover of the 2000-2001 Carolinas Southern Piedmont ASM Chapter Yearbook

68. Microstructure of as-cast boronmated 304 stainless steel on front cover of Practical Metallography, Vol. 37, December 2000.

69. Microstructure of as-cast 206 aluminum on front cover of Practical Metallography, Vol. 38, January 2001.

70. Microstructure of aluminum brass on front cover of Practical Metallography, Vol. 38, March 2001.

71. Microstructure of as-cast Cu – 10.5% P on front cover of Practical Metallography, Vol. 38, May 2001.

72. Microstructure of ß1 martensite in Cu – 26% Zn – 5% Al in DIC on front cover of Practical Metallography, Vol. 38, December 2001.

73. Microstructure of ferrite and pearlite in isothermally transformed 5160 alloy steel on front cover of  Heat Treating Progress, Vol. 1, No. 2, April/May 2001.

74. Microstructure of gray cast iron used for January of the 2002 Buehler calendar.

75. Microstructure of HY180 used on back cover Buehler ad for April 2002 issue of  Advanced Materials & Processes.

76. 7 micrographs used in “Turning – Steel; KC9110 & KC9125 Technical Manual, Kennametal Inc., Latrobe, PA 2002.

77. 21 micrographs used by Janusz Szala in “Application of Computer-Aided Image Analysis Methods for a Quantitative Evaluation of Material Structure,” Zeszyty Naukowe Politechniki Slaskiej, Hutnictwo z. 61, Gliwice 2001 (in Polish). 

78. Microstructure of pearlitic gary iron (color) used in Advanced Materials & Processes, September 2001, p. 43.

79. Micrographs of cast iron supplied to Kennametal for book on machining cast iron, July 2002.

80. Eight micrographs supplied to Thompson, Delmar Learning for book, Welding Principles and Applications, 5th ed. by Larry Jeffus, Sepember 2002.

81. Microstructure of YBa2Cu3Ox superconducting oxide used on front cover of Practische Metallographie, Vol. 39, March 2002.

82. Microstructure of fully annealed cartridge brass used on front cover of Praktische Metallographie, Vol. 39, May 2002.

83. Microstructure of a cast iron containing martensite, retained austenite and cementite etched with sodium molybdate used on the front cover of Practische Metallographie, Vol. 39, July 2002.

84. Microstructure of as-cast 356 aluminum used on the front cover of  Practische Metallographie, Vol. 39, September 2002.

85. Color Micrograph of as-cast Zn – 0.1% Ti – 0.1% Cu used for 2003 Buehler calendar, April 2003.

86. Color Micrograph of A 36 structural seel from the World Trade Center Buildings used for 2004 Buehler calendar, September 2004

87. 8 micrographs of Ni-, Co- and Ti-alloys used in “High-Temp Alloy Turning Guide,” Kennametal Inc., Latrobe, PA, 2003. 88. 7 micrographs of Fe-based alloys used in “Steel Turning Guide,” Kennametal Inc., Latrobe, PA, 2003.

89. 11 micrographs of cast iron used in “Cast Iron Turning Guide,” Kenametal Inc., Latrobe, PA, 2003.

90. Micrograph of material from Building 7 of the World Trade Center (A36 structural stel) given the alkaline chromate etch shown in Advanced Materials & Processes, Vol. 162, No. 2, February 2004, p. 54. (Used by ASM numerous times, e.g., in their screen saver). 

91. Color micrograph of Ti-6Al-4V heat tinted, front cover, Praktische Metallographie, Vol. 40, December 2003.

92. Color micrograph of eroded structural beam from Building 7 of the World Trade Center, A36 structural steel, color etched with Klemm’s I, used for the cover of Materials Characterization, Vol. 52, No. 1, March 2004, No. 2, May 2004, No. 3, June 2004 and No. 4, July 2004.

93. Color micrograph of Fe-1% C etched with Beraha’s sodium molybdate reagent used for the cover of Praktische Metallographie, Vol. 41, No. 5, May 2004.

94. Color micrograph of “butterfly” martensite formed on the surface of temperature compensating alloy type 2 (Fe-30Ni-0.12C) by refrigeration in liquid nitrogen and taken with Nomarski DIC illumination used on the cover of Praktische Metallographie, Vol. 41, No. 6, June 2004.

95. Four micrographs used by BioMeta (Spain) to advertise “Curso de Preparacion e interpretacion Metalografica, 18-20 May 2004.

96. Color micrograph of a low-density P/M alloy steel gear used for the cover of Practical Metallography, Vol. 41, September 2004.

97. Color micrograph of an as-cast Al – 7% Si – 0.4% Mg alloy on the front cover of Practical Metallography, Vol. 41, October 2004.

98. Color micrograph of cold rolled cartridge brass used in ASM Catalog 4, January to June 2005, p.56.

99. Color micrograph of Spangold used in Advanced Materials & Processes, Vol. 163, May 2005, p. 75.

100. Black and white colpies of color micrographs of annealed and annealed and cold drawn cartridge brass used in ASM Practical Training in Materials 2005 catalog, front cover, back cover, and page 16

101. Color micrograph of as-cast EB melted Alloy 718 used for the front cover of Practical Metallography, Vol. 42, April 2005.

102. Color micrograph of annealed cartridge brass used for front and back covers of ASMI brochure on the ISEC 2005/SMT19 conferences, August 11-3, 2005.

103. Color micrograph of Spangold used by ASM International for a tie and a scarf, 2005.

104. Color Micrograph of Spangold used for front cover of 2005 ASMI Awards Dinner booklet

105. Color micrograph of 316 stainless steel and cold worked cartridge brass used in the August-September 2005 ASM book catalog, pp. 48 and 55.

106. Color micrograph of Spangold used in “Stress Relief, Advanced Materials & Processes, Vol. 163, No. 5, May 2005, p. 75.

107. Eight micrographs of various types of grain structures used by John J. Friel in “ASTM Standards in Microscopy,” Microscopy Today, September 2005, p. 40-43.

108. Color Micrograph of as-cast Zn-0.1Cu-0.1Ti used on front cover of Praktische Metallographie,  Vol. 42, No. 10, October 2005.

109. Color micrograph of Waspaloy used for the front cover of  Praktische Metallographie, Vol. 42, No. 11, November 2005.

110. Color micrograph of 7-Mo PLUS used on the front cover of  Praktische Metallographie, Vol. 43, No. 8, August 2006.

111. Color micrograph of A36 in the WTC 7 building used on the front cover of Praktische Metallographie, Vol. 43, No. 10, October 2006.

112. B&W micrograph of a “Bunny Kicking a Soccer Ball” – Co-Cr-Mo wire diffusion bonded to a cast Co-Cr-Mo knee component, in Praktische Metallographie, Vol. 43, No. 11, November, 2006, p. 574.

113. Color micrograph of a P/M low-alloy steel gear that was not fully consolidated used on the front cover of Praktische Metallographie, Vol. 44, No. 1, January 2007.

114. Color micrograph of austenitic steel, etched with Beraha’s reagent, polarized light, used on the front cover of Praktische Metallographie, Vol. 44, No. 4, April 2007.

115. Color micrograph of friction stir welded 2519 aluminum used on the front cover of Friction Stir Welding and Processing, ASM Intl., conference proceedings, 2007.

116. Color micrograph of AerMet 100, etched with 10% sodium metabisulfite, in polarized light and sensitive tint, on the front cover of Praktische Metallographie, Vol. 44, August 2007.

117. Color micrograph of AerMet 100 used in “Ultra-High Strength Steels vs Titanium Alloys,’ by P. M. Novotny and G.E. Maurer, Advanced Materials and Processes, Vol. 165, No. 11, November 2007, p. 38.

118. Color micrograph of Spangold used in ASM ad for the Intl. Conf. on Shape Memory and Superelastic Technologies, Advanced Materials and Processes, Vol. 165, No. 11, Noveember 2007, p. 129.

119. Color micrograph of a low-density P/M gear, August 2001, Buehler calendar

120. Color micrograph of A36 structural steel affected by 9/11/01 attack on the WTC building 7, September 2004 Buehler Calendar

121.Color micrograph of semi-solid solidified A357 aluminum, April 2005 Buehler Calendar

122. Color micrograph of a rivet from the 1929 renovation of the U.S.S. Arizona, December 2006 Buehler calendar

123. Color micrograph of the wrought iron propeller shaft of the U.S.S. Monitor, September 2007 Buehler calendar

124. Color micrograph of Cu – 25% Sn air cooled from high temperature, March 2008 Buehler calendar 

125. Buehler Calendar, June 1988: Color micrograph of ?1 martensite in Cu – 26Zn – 5 Al.

126. 5 micrographs used for brochures and the conference proceedings book of Inasmet 2008.

127. Color micrograph of as-cast Ti  – 6Al  – 4V used on the cover of the Febraury 2008 issue of  Advanced Materials & Processes, vol. 166, No.2.

128. Color micrograph of annealed cartridge brass used on the cover of the September 2008 issue of Microscopy Today, Vol. 16, No. 5.

129. Color micrograph of the wrought iron propeller shaft from the U.S.S. Monitor used for the cover of Practical Metallography, October 2008.

130. Color micrograph of solution annealed and aged beryllium copper used for the June 2009 Buehler calendar.

131. Color micrograph of 350 MPa HSLA spot weld used on the back cover of the 2009 Buehler calendar. 

132. Color micrograph of magnesium diboride fibers on front cover of Ceramic Industry, February 2009.

133. Color micrograph of as-cast carbon steel used on Buehler ad, inside front cover of AM&P, March 2009.

134. 21 micrographs used by Traugott Fischer in Materials Science for Engineering Students, Academic Press, Burlington, MA, 2009.

135. 5 color micrographs on the front cover of Industrial Heating, April 2009 issue.

136. 5 nicrographs used in  Foundations of Materials Science and Engineering, 5th ed., W.F. Smith and J. Hashemi, McGraw Hill Higher Education, Boston, 2010.

137. 46 micrographs and macrographs used in  Failure Analysis of Heat Treated Steel Components, L.C.F. Canale, R.A. Mesquita, and G.E. Totten (eds.), ASM International, Materials Park, OH, 2008.

138. Color micrograph of cartridge brass and an EBSD pattern from the specimen used in Buehler ad for the VibroMet 2 on the back cover of Advanced Materials & Processes, October 2008.

139. Color micrograph of Cu-25Zn on front cover of Practical Metallography, Vol. 46, July 2009.

140. 12 color micrographs used for the 2010 Buehler calendar

141. Color micrograph of Aermet 100 used by P. Novotny and G. Maurer in article in  Advanced Materials & Processes, November 2007, Vol. 165, p. 38.

142. Color microsgraph of Spangold used by ASMI in ad for the December 2007 meeting on Shape Memory and Superelastic Technologies conference, AM&P, November 2007, Vol. 165, p. 129.

143. Color micrograph of Naval Brass used in Buehler nano-indentation ad in Microscopy Today, September 2008, Vol. 16, No. 5, p.27.

144. Color Micrograph of 19th C BC Bronze from Tell Leilan, Syria, on front cover of Materials Characterization, Vol. 60, No. 4, April 2009.

145. Two color micrographs on 2010 Buehler Education brochure.

146. Color micrograph of duplex grain structure of a carbon steel gusset plate (Kathleen Shea’s home fire) on the front cover of the April 2010 issue of Industrial Heating, Vol. 78, No. 4.

147. Color Micrograph of overaustenitized 440C stainless steel used on page 7 and page 61, Industrial Heating, Vol. 79, April 2011.

148. Four micrographs, two in color, used in Industrial Heating, Vol. 79, June 2011, pages 10 and 20.

149. Five color micrographs used for a book mark and one for the brochure for my course, “DST-TAP Foundry Course on Metallography, Interpretation and Measurement of Microstructures and Fractures,” held at Mintek, Randburg, South Africa, June 6-10, 2011.

150. Micrograph of graphite reinforced polymer composite for the 4th ed. of Mechanical Behavior of Materials: Engineering Methods for Deformation, Fracture, and Fatigue, by Norman Dowling, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA, published by Prentice Hall in 2012.

151. Macrograph of a circular spall from a hardened steel roll, used on the cover of Advanced Materials & Processes, Vol. 170, No. 8, August 2012 (and also on page 10.

152. Color micrograph of as-cast 413.0, Al – 12.9% Si alloy etched with Weck’s for Al on cover of August 2013 issue of Microscopy and Microanalysis, Vol. 19, No. 4.

153. Color micrograph of as-cast Fe – 2.95% C – 0.61% Mn – 29.3% Cr steel etched with Beraha’s sulfamic acid No. 4 reagent on cover of the February 2013 issue of Metallography, Microstructure, and Analysis, Vol. 2, No. 1.

154. Color micrograph of as-cast Fe – 2.95% C – 0.61% Mn – 29.3% Cr steel etched with Beraha’s sulfamic acid No. 4 reagent on cover of the April 2013 issue of Metallography, Microstructure, and Analysis, Vol. 2, No. 2.

155. Color micrograph of SSM A357 aluminum etched with Weck’s reagent used as the “Mystery Micrograph” in the February 2013 issue of Metallography, Microstructure, and Analysis, Vol. 2, No. 1, p. 53.

156. Six color micrographs used for the Struers 2014 calendar: As-cast 201 Al (January); SSM A357 Al billet (May); AerMet 100 (June); Martensite in Spangold (August); Al-22.5% Alumina composite (October); and, Henbury meteorite (November).

157. Color micrograph of acicular ferrite in a continuously cast low-carbon steel used for the front cover of the October 2011 issue, Vol. 103, of La Metallurgia Italiana.

158. Color micrograph of a P/M low-alloy steel gear, not sintered to full density, on the front cover of the April 2012 issue, Vol. 104, of La Metallurgia Italiana.

159. Color micrograph of low-carbon martensite formed by refrigerating a polished specimen of Temperature Compensator 30, Type T2 Fe-30% Ni steel on the front cover of the November-Decedmber 2012 issue, Vol. 104, of La Metallurgia Italiana.

160. Color micrograph of cuprous oxides in hot extruded and cold drawn tough-pitch arsenical copper, taken in dark field, usedon the front cover of the November-December 2013 issue, vol. 105, of La Metallurgia Italiana.

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