Traducción de metallurgy en Español:

metallurgy

metalurgia, n.

Pronunciación /mɪˈtalədʒi//ˈmɛt(ə)ˌləːdʒi//ˈmɛdlˌərdʒi/

nombre

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    metalurgia femenino
    • I got a degree in industrial technology with specialties in metallurgy and power mechanization.
    • The bursary scheme initially started in 1979 with six beneficiaries in the fields of engineering, medicine, metallurgy, mining and human resources.
    • Like brazing and other joining processes, soldering involves several fields of science, including mechanics, chemistry and metallurgy.
    • The leading industries are steel, machinery, chemicals, automobiles, metallurgy, aeronautics, electronics, mining, and textiles.
    • The formulation of electrode coatings is very complex and while it is not an exact science it is based on well-established principles of metallurgy, chemistry, and physics, tempered with experience.
    • They serve as an important contemporary counterpoint to the cases below that are devoted to Africa's long history of agriculture, metallurgy, and ceramic production.
    • Gutenberg's was a technological invention, drawing on advances in metallurgy, enabling the production of individual letters cut first into a punch and then cast in metal from a matrix in a mould.
    • The forum featured about 30 German companies operating mainly in the production of equipment for viticulture and wine making, in electronics, metallurgy and tourism.
    • When did iron metallurgy and production spread over China?
    • By the mid-nineteenth century, advances in physics, chemistry, metallurgy, and ballistics were influencing the manufacture of weapons.
    • These days they are important catalysts, particularly in the petroleum industry, they are used to colour glass, and are employed in metallurgy to give special properties to alloys.
    • Major export categories include chemical and petroleum products, machinery, electronics, mining and metallurgy, textiles and clothing, and processed food, beverages, and tobacco.
    • Specializing in precision metalworking, he was in a position to render the fledgling gunmaker expert advice on metallurgy and production efficiency.
    • Some schools in the early 19th century had wide curricula, including geography, physics, metallurgy and European languages.
    • Heavy industry was favoured against light industry, with engineering, metallurgy, energy (electricity/oil) and chemicals absorbing the lion's share of the funds.
    • He earned a doctorate in metallurgy and material sciences from the University of Pennsylvania and a bachelor's degree in metallurgy engineering and material science from the University of Notre Dame.
    • The same improvements in lenses, chemistry and metallurgy that made the artillery of World War One possible also provided for a new generation of lightweight cameras, starting in 1897 with the Pocket Kodak.
    • His descriptions of assaying, smelting procedures, refining, production of glass and other processes in metallurgy and geological chemistry were used for over two centuries.
    • ‘In fact, it is the precision tooling, metallurgy and technology that goes into making a good gun that interests us rather than the destructive power of the weapon,’ says an enthusiast.
    • This maritime revolution of steam and steel rested on the wider base of rapid improvements in metallurgy, precision engineering, and mechanical design that were part of the industrial revolution.