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Principles of Engineering Materials

Principles of Engineering Materials - 73 edition

Principles of Engineering Materials - 73 edition

ISBN13: 9780137093946

ISBN10: 0137093942

Principles of Engineering Materials by Craig R. Barrett, William D. Nix and Alan S. Tetelman - ISBN 9780137093946
Cover type: Print On Demand
Edition: 73
Copyright: 1973
Publisher: Prentice Hall, Inc.
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Principles of Engineering Materials by Craig R. Barrett, William D. Nix and Alan S. Tetelman - ISBN 9780137093946

ISBN13: 9780137093946

ISBN10: 0137093942

Cover type: Print On Demand
Edition: 73
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Summary

An introduction to the structure-property relationships of engineering materials.

Discusses the basic atomic forces which cause atoms and molecules in engineering materials to arrange themselves as they do (structure).

Explores the principles and techniques through which different atomic and molecular arrangements can be produced (structural control).

Considers the mechanical, electrical, magnetic and optical properties of engineering materials -- particularly those properties which can be changed or controlled by controlling structure.

Table of Contents

Table of Contents

1. The Nature of Materials Science.

2. The Structure of Perfect Solids.

3. The Structure of Real Solids.

4. Equilibrium.

5. Kinetics.

6. Introduction to the Mechanical Properties of Solids.

7. Plastic Deformation in Crystalline Solids.

8. Strengthening Mechanisms.

9. The Relation Between Mechanical Properties and Microstructural Control.

10. Deformation of Amorphous Materials.

11. Electrons in Solids.

12. Electronic Transport.

13. Electrical Properties of Junctions.

14. Magnetic Properties of Materials.

15. Optical Properties.