About ASM Handbooks Online
ASM Handbooks Online™ is the industry's best known and most comprehensive source of information on metals and materials technology. The ASM Handbook is published by ASM International, the preeminent association for engaging and connecting materials professionals and their organizations to the resources necessary to solve problems, improve outcomes, and advance society. The ASM Handbook contains peer-reviewed, trusted information in every area of materials engineering.
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The ASM Handbook Program
Handbooks published by ASM International have been key information resources for the materials engineering community ever since 1923, when the Handbook of the American Society for Steel Treating was published. (The ASST was the precursor to the American Society for Metals, now ASM International.) From 1936 to 1990, the series was known as the Metals Handbook. In 1991, the name was changed from Metals Handbook to ASM Handbook to reflect the increasing coverage of polymers, ceramics, and composite materials in the series.
What started with a single loose-leaf volume in 1923 has grown to a current collection of more than 35 volumes providing authoritative data and information on the properties, processing, and applications of metals and nonmetallic engineering materials.
The handbook program is overseen by the ASM Handbook Committee, with a volunteer membership made up of materials professionals from industry, research, and academia. Handbooks are planned and written by volunteer groups organized by the Handbook Committee.
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