Introduction to Engineering Materials

ISBN-10: 1574446835
ISBN-13: 9781574446838
Edition: 2nd 2011 (Revised)
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List price: $132.95
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2011
Publisher: CRC Press LLC
Publication date: 9/7/2007
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 542
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 1.826
Language: English

Completely revised and updated, Introduction to Engineering Materials, Second Edition elucidates the fundamental science behind the classification of materials and their property limits in terms of temperature, strength, ductility, corrosion, and physical behavior, while emphasizing materials processing, selection, and property measurement methods. The book presents a balanced overview of the theoretical-scientific and practical-technical aspects of materials engineering. It discusses atomic structure and bonds, imperfections in crystalline materials, ceramics, polymers, composites, electronic materials, environmental degradation, materials selection, and more.

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Classification of Materials
Introduction
Metals
Ceramics
Polymers
Composites
Semiconductors
More Recent Developments
Definitions
Questions and Problems
Suggested Reading
Properties and Their Measurement
Introduction
Hardness
Mechanical Property Measurements
Physical Properties
Definitions
Questions and Problems
Suggested Reading
Atomic Structure and Atomic Bonds
Structure of the Atom
Bond Types
Interatomic Distances
Definitions
Questions and Problems
Suggested Reading
Structure of Crystalline Solids
Introduction
Basic Terms and Definitions
Cubic Crystal Structures (Metals)
Ionic Solids
Structure of Covalent Network Solids
Crystal Features
Noncubic Structures
Summary
Definitions
Questions and Problems
Suggested Reading
Diffusion and Plastic Deformation
Introduction
Point Defects
Diffusion
Line Defects: Dislocation
Plastic Deformation of Single Crystals
Plastic Deformation
Definitions
Questions and Problems
Suggested Reading
Property Management of Metallic Materials
Introduction
Phase Equilibria
Some Common Phase Diagrams and Alloys
Precipitation-Hardening Systems: Aluminum Alloys
Eutectoid Systems: Iron-Carbon Alloys
Property Management of Steel (Nonequilibrium Processing)
Hardenability Measurements: The Jominy End-Quench Test
Definitions
Questions and Problems
Suggested Reading
Ceramics
Introduction
Ceramic Materials
Manufacturing of Ceramic Products
Properties of Technical Ceramics
Design Aspects
Case Studies
Definitions
Questions and Problems
Suggested Reading
The Structure and Properties of Polymers
Introduction
Basic Chemistry Review
Polymerization Reactions
Mechanical Properties of Polymers
Temperature-Dependent Mechanical Properties
Definitions
Questions
Suggested Reading
Composites
Introduction
The Rule of Mixtures
Fibers and Their Properties
Polymer Matrix Composites
Metal Matrix Composites (MMCs)
Ceramic Matrix Composites (CMCs)
Graphite Matrix Composites
Laminar Composites (Arall and Glare)
Sandwich Structures
Failure of Composites
Definitions
Questions and Problems
Reference
Suggested Reading
Electrical Properties of Materials
Introduction
Energy Levels, Bands, and Bonds
Energy Bands in Insulators and Semiconductors
Semiconductors
Dielectric Materials
Ferroelectric and Piezoelectric Behavior
Definitions
Questions and Problems
Suggested Reading
Magnetic Materials
Magnetic Fields
Sources of Magnetism in the Atom
Ferromagnetism
Hard Magnetic Materials
Soft Magnetic Materials
Definitions
Questions and Problems
Optical Materials
Introduction
Refraction, Reflection, and Absorption of Light
Luminescence
Lasers
Optical Fibers
Definitions
Questions and Problems
Suggested Reading
Semiconductor Processing
Introduction
Silicon Purification and Crystal Growth
Other Materials and Their Crystal Growth Methods
Wafer Preparation
Wafer Fabrication
Purification of Metals for Metallization
Circuit Elements
Definitions
Questions and Problems
References
Environmental Degradation of Engineering Materials
Introduction
Corrosion of Metals
Environmental Degradation of Polymers
Environmental Degradation of Ceramic Materials
Corrosion of Composites
Definitions
Questions and Problems
Reference
Suggested Reading
Materials and Process Selection
Introduction
General Philosophies
General Criteria
Concluding Remarks
Suggested Reading
Ferrous and Nonferrous Metals for Special Applications
Introduction
Special Ferrous-Based Materials
Specialty Steels
Cast Irons
Aluminum Alloys
Other Nonferrous Alloys
Forming by Mechanical Means
Forming by Casting Means
Powder Metallurgy Methods
Metal Joining
Definitions
Questions and Problems
Reference
Suggested Reading
Comparative Properties
Introduction
Comparative Mechanical Properties
Comparative Physical Properties
Questions and Problems
Suggested Reading
Index

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