Engineering materials technology : Structure, processing, properties and selection / James A. Jacobs and Thomas F. Kilduff.Material type: TextPublication details: Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, USA : Prentice Hall US, 1996. Edition: 3rd edISBN: 0133987930
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:
Module 1. Engineering Materials Technology -- Module 2. Nature and Family of Materials -- Module 3. Processing and Structure of Solid Materials -- Module 4. Properties, Degradation, Failure, and Selection of Materials -- Module 5. Metallic Materials -- Module 6. Polymeric Materials -- Module 7. Ceramic Materials -- Module 8. Composite Materials -- Module 9. Electronic and Other Important Materials and Materials Systems Technology -- Module 10. Appendix Tables -- Index of Principles/Equations and Illustrative Problems.
The unique design of this book provides many helpful features for a sound and proven approach to learning about modern materials science and technology. Interesting case studies, applications, and illustrations, with numerous sample problems and activities, have been provided to facilitate the learning process. The book's extensive index and handy tables qualifies it as a useful "ready reference," on the job or elsewhere. You will learn about engineering materials and many associated topics through an integrated approach centering around innovative trends in design and manufacturing that often focus on environmentally friendly processes and products. Special strategies and clear explanations clarify the relationships among the major facets of materials technology.