Engineering Materials 2 An Introduction to Microstructures and Processing

ISBN-10: 0080966683

ISBN-13: 9780080966687

Edition: 4th 2012

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List price: $69.95
Edition: 4th
Copyright year: 2012
Publisher: Elsevier Science & Technology Books
Publication date: 12/5/2012
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 576
Size: 7.50" wide x 9.00" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.078
Language: English

Preface to the Fourth Edition
Acknowledgements
General Introduction
Metals
Metals
Introduction
Metals for a Model Steam Engine
Metals for Drinks Cans
Metals for Hip Joints
Data for Metals
Metal Structures
Introduction
Crystal and Glass Structures
Structures of Solutions and Compounds
Phases
Grain and Phase Boundaries
Shapes of Grains and Phases
Summary-Constitution and Structure
Worked Example
Phase Diagrams 1
Introduction
Source Books
Components, Phases, and Structures
Worked Example
Worked Example
One-and Two-Component Systems
Worked Example
Solutions to Examples
Phase Diagrams 2
Eutectics, Eutectoids, and Peritectics
Test Examples
Solutions to Examples
Case Studies in Phase Diagrams
Introduction
Choosing Soft Solders
Pure Silicon for Microchips
Making Bubble-Free Ice
Worked Example
Driving Force for Structural Change
Introduction
Driving Forces
Reversibility
Stability, Instability, and Metastability
Driving Force for Solidification
Solid-State Phase Changes
Precipitate Coarsening
Grain Growth
Recrystallization
Sizes of Driving Forces
Worked Example
Kinetics 1-Diffusive Transformations
Introduction
Solidification
Heat-Flow Effects
Solid-State Phase Changes
Diffusion-Controlled Kinetics
Shapes of Grains and Phases
Worked Example
Kinetics 2-Nucleation
Introduction
Nucleation in Liquids
Heterogeneous Nucleation
Nucleation in Solids
Summary
Nucleation Everywhere
Worked Example
Kinetics 3-Displacive Transformations
Introduction
Diffusive f.c.c. to b.c.c. Transformation in Pure Iron
Time-Temperature-Transformation Diagram
Displacive f.c.c. to b.c.c. Transformation
Details of Martensite Formation
Martensite Transformation in Steels
Worked Example
Case Studies in Phase Transformations
Introduction
Making Rain
Fine-Grained Castings
Single Crystals for Semiconductors
Amorphous Metals
Worked Example
Light Alloys
Introduction
Solid Solution Hardening
Age (Precipitation) Hardening
Work Hardening
Worked Example
Steels 1-Carbon Steels
Introduction
Microstructures After Slow Cooling (Normalizing)
Mechanical Properties of Normalized Steels
Quenched-and-Tempered Steels
Notes on the TTT Diagram
Steels 2-Alloy Steels
Introduction
Hardenability
Solution Hardening
Precipitation Hardening
Corrosion Resistance
Stainless Steels
Phases in Stainless Steels
Improving Stainless Steels
Worked Example
Case Studies in Steels
Detective Work After a Boiler Explosion
Welding Steels Safely
The Case of the Broken Hammer
Processing Metals 1
Introduction
Casting
Deformation Processing
Recrystallization
Worked Example
Processing Metals 2
Machining
Joining
Heat Treating
Special Topics
Worked Example
Ceramics
Ceramics
Introduction
Generic Ceramics
Ceramic Composites
Data for Ceramics
Ceramic Structures
Introduction
Ionic and Covalent Ceramics
Simple Ionic Ceramics
Simple Covalent Ceramics
Silica and Silicates
Silicate Glasses
Ceramic Alloys
Microstructures of Ceramics
Vitreous Ceramics
Stone and Rock
Ceramic Composites
Worked Example
Mechanical Properties of Ceramics
Introduction
Elastic Moduli
Strength, Hardness, and Lattice Resistance
Fracture Strength of Ceramics
Modulus of Rupture
Compression Test
Thermal Shock Resistance
Time Dependence of Strength
Creep of Ceramics
Processing Ceramics
Introduction
Production of Engineering Ceramics
Forming Engineering Ceramics
Production and Forming of Glass
Processing Pottery, Porcelain, and Brick
Improving Ceramics
Joining Ceramics
Worked Example
Cement and Concrete
Introduction
Chemistry of Cement
Structure of Portland Cement
Concrete
Strength of Cement and Concrete
High-Strength Cement
Reinforcing Cement and Concrete
Worked Example
Case Studies in Ceramics
Hard as Flint
Slate-Natural Roofing Material
Glass Roof Beams
Worked Example
Polymers
Polymers
Introduction
Generic Polymers
Material Data
Worked Example
Polymer Structures
Introduction
Molecular Length
Molecular Architecture
Molecular Packing and Glass Transition
Worked Example
Mechanical Properties of Polymers
Introduction
Stiffness-Time and Temperature Dependent Modulus
Strength-Cold Drawing and Crazing
Processing Polymers
Introduction
Polymer Synthesis
Polymer Alloys
Forming Polymers
Joining Polymers
Worked Example
Case Studies in Polymers
Fatal Bungee Jumping Accident
Polyethylene Gas Pipes
Ultrastrong Fibers for Yacht Rigging
Composites
Properties of Composites and Foams
Introduction
Fiber Composites
Modulus
Tensile Strength
Toughness
Foams and Cellular Solids
Properties of Foams
Materials that are Engineered
Wood Structure and Properties
Introduction
Structure of Wood
Mechanical Properties of Wood
Elasticity
Tensile and Compressive Strength
Toughness
Wood Compared to Other Materials
Worked Example
Case Studies in Composites
Materials for Violin Bodies
Failure of a GFRP Surgical Instrument
Cork-A Unique Natural Foam
Worked Example
Appendix: Symbols and Formulae
References
Index
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