Engineering Materials Science, Band 1
Academic Press, 1995 - 827 Seiten
Milton Ohring's Engineering Materials Science integrates the scientific nature and modern applications of all classes of engineering materials. This comprehensive, introductory textbook will provide undergraduate engineering students with the fundamental background needed to understand the science of structure–property relationships, as well as address the engineering concerns of materials selection in design, processing materials into useful products, andhow material degrade and fail in service. Specific topics include: physical and electronic structure; thermodynamics and kinetics; processing; mechanical, electrical, magnetic, and optical properties; degradation; and failure and reliability. The book offers superior coverage of electrical, optical, and magnetic materials than competing text.The author has taught introductory courses in material science and engineering both in academia and industry (AT&T Bell Laboratories) and has also written the well-received book, The Material Science of Thin Films (Academic Press).
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ELECTRONS IN ATOMS AND
STRUCTURE OF SOLIDS
HOW ENGINEERING MATERIALS
POLYMERS GLASSES CERAMICS
THERMODYNAMICS OF SOLIDS
80 90 100
KINETICS OF MASS TRANSPORT
MATERIALS PROCESSING AND
OPTICAL PROPERTIES OF
FAILURE AND RELIABILITY OF
alloy aluminum annealed anode applications atoms austenite band behavior bonds carbon casting cell ceramics Chapter chemical components composition compressive conduction conduction band constant cooling corrosion crack crystal crystalline cubic curve deformation density devices dielectric diffusion dislocation dopant doping ductile effects elastic electric field electron emission energy Engineering Materials equilibrium eutectic example failure ferromagnetic fibers FIGURE films fracture function GaAs glass grain boundaries hardening heat insulators interface ionic ions laser lattice levels liquid load magnetic martensite matrix mechanical melt metals microstructure modulus mold molecules nucleation occurs optical oxide oxygen pearlite phase diagram photon plane plastic polarization polymer powder processing properties reaction schematically Section semiconductor shear stress shown in Fig silicon sintering solid solidification steel strain strength stress structure substrate superconductor surface tensile tensile stress thermal tion transformation transistors valence valence band values voltage wavelength yield Young's modulus