Engineering Materials Technology : Structures, Processing, Properties and Selection
For courses in materials science, students will learn about materials science and engineering and many associated topics through an integrated approach centering on innovative trends in design covering both traditional and advanced materials.
- 30 Apr 2004
- Pearson Education Limited
- Harlow, United Kingdom
Table of contents
UNIT 1. NATURE & STRUCTURE. Module 1. Engineering Materials Technology. Engineering Materials Technology. The Materials Cycle--Life Cycle Analysis. Materials Selection. Technology & Technological Literacy. Module 2. Nature and Family of Materials. Nature. Family of Materials. Module 3. Synthesis, Processing & Structure of Solid Materials. Synthesis and Processing. Structure of Solid Materials. Phase Diagrams. Single-Crystal Castings. Structures Resulting From Nonequilibrium Conditions. Applications & Alternatives (use P P Mod 3). Laboratory Activities and Classroom Demonstrations with Processing and Structure. UNIT 2. PROPERTIES OF MATERIALS. Module 4. Properties--Defined & Mechanical. Properties and Environmental Variables. Mechanical Properties. Module 5. Chemical, Thermal, & Tribological Properties & Corrosion. Electrochemistry--Electrolysis, Corrosion, and its Prevention. Thermal Properties. Water Absorption & Biological Resistance. Module 6. Electrical & Optical Properties. Electrical Properties. Dielectric Properties. Magnetic Properties. Optical Properties. UNIT 3. EVALUATION, STANDARDS, DESIGN & SELECTION. Module 7. Testing, Failure Analysis, Inspection & Standards. Testing. Tribology--Friction, Wear and Lubrication. Failure Analysis. Standards and Testing Organizations. Materials Selection. Laboratory Activities and Classroom Demonstrations with Properties. Module 8. Materials Design, Selection & Characterization. Materials Research. Materials Design. Materials Selection. Determining Material Structure. Materials Characterization. UNIT 4. METALLICS. Module 9. Nature and Thermal Processing of Metals. Nature of Metals. Thermal Processing of Steel: Equilibrium Conditions. Thermal Processing of Steel: Near-Equilibrium Conditions. Thermal Processing of Steel: Nonequilibrium Conditions (Martensite Strengthening). Precipitation Strengthening/Hardening (Age Hardening). Hardenablility. Module 10. Ferrous Metals. Cast Iron. Steel. Ferrous Amorphous Metals. Module 11. Nonferrous Metals. Aluminum. Copper. Nickel. Magnesium. Titanium. White Metals. Other Metals. Module 12. Metal Powders & Powder Metallurgy. Metal Powders. Metallic Materials Selection. UNIT 5. SURFACE SCIENCE & ENGINEERING. Module 13. Surface Hardening and Surface Modification. UNIT 6. POLYMERICS. Module 14. Nature of Polymers. Polymerics. Nature of Polymers. Green Design and Green Manufacturing. Module 15. Plastics. Plastics. Module 16. Elastomers: Natural & Synthetic Rubbers. Natural Rubber and Vulcanization. Synthetic Rubber. Classification and Properties of Elastomers. Selection of Elastomers. Module 17. Adhesives & Other Important Polymerics. Adhesives. Other Important Polymerics. Protective Coatings and Preservatives. Oils, Lubricants, and Fluids. Conductive Polymers. Geosynthetics. Module 18. Wood & Related Products. Structure. Wood Products. Wood By-Products. Physical Properties. Mechanical Properties. Laborat