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View larger. Additional order info. This classic textbook, Elements of Materials Science and Engineering, is the sixth in a series of texts that have pioneered in the educational approach to materials science engineering and have literally brought the evolving concept of the discipline to over one million students around the world. The major modification to this edition has been in the attention to the commonalty found within the materials field, in which structures and properties are considered generically for all materials rather than categorically by material classes-metals, polymers, ceramics, and semiconductors.
This pedagogical change reflects the growing coherence and overall importance of materials science engineering and thereby establishes a sound foundation for later courses dealing in greater detail with specific kinds of materials. The sixth edition represents a definite advance in providing a fresh access to modern materials science engineering, now portrayed as an integrated field instead of merely the sum of its parts.
Introduction to Materials Science and Engineering. Materials and Civilization. Materials and Engineering. Types of Materials. Key Words. Practice Problems. Test Problems.
Individual Atoms and Ions. Macromolecules Polymers. Three-Dimensional Bonding. Interatomic Distances. Generalizations Based on Atomic Bonding. Crystalline Phases. Cubic Structures. Noncubic Structures. Unit-Cell Geometry. Crystal Directions. Crystal Planes. X-Ray Diffraction optional. Imperfections in Crystalline Solids. Noncrystalline Materials. Order and Disorder in Polymers. Solid Solutions. Solid Solutions in Ceramic and Metallic Compounds. Solid Solutions in Polymers Copolymers.
Introduction Phase Diagrams Qualitative. Chemical Compositions of Equilibrated Phases. Quantities of Phases in Equilibrated Mixtures. Invariant Reactions. Selected Phase Diagrams. Deferred Reactions. Segregation During Solidification optional. Atomic Vibrations optional. Atomic Diffusion. Single-Phase Materials. Phase Distribution Precipitates. Phase Distribution Eutectoid Decomposition.
Modification of Microstructures. Microstructures and Polymers. Elastic Deformation. Plastic Deformation. Deformation Mechanisms. Shaping Processes optional.
Solution Hardening. Strain Hardening and Annealing. Precipitation Hardening. Second-Phase Strengthening. Heat Treatments of Steels optional. Hardenability of Steels optional. Strong and Tough Ceramics optional. Deformation and Flow of Amorphous Materials. Processing of Polymeric Materials. Polymeric Composites.
Properties of Composites. Wood--A Natural Composite optional. Charge Carriers. Metallic Conductivity. Energy Bands. Intrinsic Semiconductors. Extrinsic Semiconductors. Semiconductor Devices optional.
Semiconductor Processing optional. Superconductivity optional. Magnetic Materials. Magnetic Domains. Ceramic Magnets. Metallic Magnets. Dielectric Materials. Polarization Calculations. Polymeric Dielectrics. Ceramic Dielectrics. Transparent Materials optional. Light-Emitting Solids optional. Service Performance. Corrosion Reactions. Corrosion Control.
Delayed Fracture. Performance of Metals at High Temperatures optional. Service Performance of Polymers optional. Performance of Ceramics at High Temperatures optional. Radiation Damage and Recovery optional. Pearson offers special pricing when you package your text with other student resources.
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ISBN 13: 9780201080902
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Elements of Material Science & Engineering
The book's new organization emphasizes the generic nature of engineering materials in phenomenon and function and acknowledges traditional classes of materials in the process. Coverage of frontier areas have been added including: toughened ceramics, new polymers, high-temperature superconductors, superhard magnets, and other fiber-optic glasses. No course in science or engineering may remain static. Not only does technology advance and scientific understanding increase, the academic framework undergoes changes. Thus, periodic revisions are desirable in an effort to optimize the value of a textbook for students who will be tomorrow's engineers.
Elements of Materials Science and Engineering, 6th Edition