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Physical Metallurgy

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ISBN-10: 0521559251

ISBN-13: 9780521559256

Edition: 3rd 1996 (Revised)

Authors: Paul Haasen, Peter Haasen, B. L. Mordike

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Physical Metallurgy elucidates the microstructure, transformation and properties of metallic materials by means of solid state physics and chemical thermodynamics. Experimental methods of physical metallurgy are also treated.This third edition includes new sections on the permeation of hydrogen in metals, the Landau theory of martensitic transformation, and order hardening and plasticity of intermetallics. Numerous other sections have been brought up to date in the light of new developments (e.g. scanning tunnelling microscopy, CALPHAD-method, diffusion in glasses, DIGM, recrystallisation). New artwork and references have also been added.Professor Haasens clear and concise coverage of a remarkably wide range of topics will appeal both to physics students at the threshold of their metallurgical careers, and to metallurgists who are interested in the physical foundation of their field.
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Book details

List price: $122.00
Edition: 3rd
Copyright year: 1996
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Publication date: 4/11/1996
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 440
Size: 6.75" wide x 9.25" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.584
Language: English

Introduction
Experimental methods for the physical examination of metals
Microstructure and phase, grain and phase boundaries
Solidification
Thermodynamics of alloys
Structure and theory of metallic phases
Ordered arrangements of atoms
Diffusion
Precipitation
Point defects, especially those created by quenching and irradiation
Line defects-dislocations
Plastic deformations, work hardening and fracture
Martensitic transformations
Alloy hardening
Recrystallization