Engineering Materials Technology

Engineering Materials Technology : Structure, Processing, Properties and Selection

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Emphasizing basic concepts and supported by current industrial practices and applications, this readable text/reference on engineering materials is designed to help students develop problem solving abilities in such areas as materials evaluation and selection, materials processes selection, failure analysis, and materials testing. It focuses on materials in the systems context, and prepares students to work with current engineering materials as well as with new and/or improved technologies that influence many aspects of engineering materials technology. Over 200 experiments and demonstrations from the National Educators' Workshops are listed throughout. The new edition provides revised case studies with illustrations of materials applications and highlights new developments. It also contains new/revised solved problems and self-assessment questions, including an extensive database of objective questions (with solutions).
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  • Hardback | 608 pages
  • 178 x 235 x 38.1mm | 1,338g
  • Upper Saddle River, United States
  • English
  • 3rd edition
  • tables, index
  • 0133987930
  • 9780133987935

Table of contents

Engineering Materials Technology. Nature and Family of Materials. Processing and Structure of Solid Materials. Properties, Degradation, and Failure of Materials. Metallic Materials. Polymeric Materials. Ceramic Materials. Composite Materials. Electronic Related Materials.
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