Introduction to Engineering Materials

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Macmillan International Higher Education, Mar 31, 1992 - Technology & Engineering - 519 pages
A text which deals with the basic principles of materials science and technology in a simple, yet thorough manner. This edition includes more worked examples and more detailed information on certain aspects of materials science. An ELBS/LPBB edition is available.
 

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Contents

The Materials of Engineering
1
Atomic Structure and Bonding
11
Influence of Bond Type on Structure and Properties
35
Crystalline Structures
50
Glasses and Partial Crystallinity
73
Dislocations and Plasticity in Metals
91
Viscoelastic Behaviour
114
Phase Diagrams and Alloy Formation
134
Ceramics and Glasses
283
Composite Materials
295
PART IV
303
Forming Processes for Polymer Materials
341
Forming Processes for Ceramics and Glasses
354
Material Removal Processes
360
Joining Processes
381
Failure Fatigue and Creep 409
408

phase diagrams 11 5 Solid solubility 11 6 Phase diagram for total solid solubility 11 7
150
Phase Transformations and Diffusion
153
Electrical and Magnetic Properties
167
Optical Thermal and Other Properties
180
Nonferrous Metals and Alloys 195
194
Iron and Steel
221
Thermoplastics
263
Elastomers
270
Thermosetting Materials
276
Oxidation Corrosion and Other Effects
419
PART VI
434
Property Testing 437
443
Nondestructive Testing
466
Macro and Microexamination
486
Materials Selection
492
Answers to questions
503
Index
509
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