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book-author

Donald R. Askeland, Wendelin J. Wright

publisher

Cengage Learning; 7th edition

file-type

PDF

pages

896 pages

language

English

asin

B00MEPCXCM

isbn10

1305076761; 9386858150

isbn13

9781305076761/ 9789386858153

Table of contents


Table of contents :
Contents……Page 9
Preface……Page 17
About The Authors……Page 21
Ch 1: Introduction to Materials Science and Engineering……Page 24
Chapter Learning Objectives……Page 25
1-1: What is Materials Science and Engineering?……Page 26
1-2: Classification of Materials……Page 29
1-3: Functional Classification of Materials……Page 32
1-5: Environmental and Other Effects……Page 34
1-6: Materials Design and Selection……Page 36
Summary……Page 37
Glossary……Page 38
Problems……Page 39
Ch 2: Atomic Structure……Page 42
Chapter Learning Objectives……Page 43
2-1: The Structure of Materials: Technological Relevance……Page 44
2-2: The Structure of the Atom……Page 47
2-3: The Electronic Structure of the Atom……Page 48
2-4: The Periodic Table……Page 51
2-5: Atomic Bonding……Page 53
2-6: Binding Energy and Interatomic Spacing……Page 59
2-7: The Many Forms of Carbon: Relationships between Arrangements of Atoms and Materials Properties……Page 62
Summary……Page 66
Glossary……Page 67
Problems……Page 69
Ch 3: Atomic and Ionic Arrangements……Page 72
Chapter Learning Objectives……Page 73
3-1: Short-Range Order versus Long-Range Order……Page 74
3-3: Lattice, Basis, Unit Cells, and Crystal Structures……Page 76
3-4: Allotropic or Polymorphic Transformations……Page 88
3-5: Points, Directions, and Planes in the Unit Cell……Page 89
3-6: Interstitial Sites……Page 98
3-7: Crystal Structures of Ionic Materials……Page 100
3-8: Covalent Structures……Page 106
3-9: Diffraction Techniques for Crystal Structure Analysis……Page 109
Summary……Page 113
Glossary……Page 114
Problems……Page 116
Ch 4: Imperfections in the Atomic and Ionic Arrangements……Page 124
Chapter Learning Objectives……Page 125
4-1: Point Defects……Page 126
4-2: Other Point Defects……Page 131
4-3: Dislocations……Page 133
4-4: Significance of Dislocations……Page 139
4-5: Schmid’s Law……Page 140
4-6: Influence of Crystal Structure……Page 142
4-7: Surface Defects……Page 144
4-8: Importance of Defects……Page 150
Glossary……Page 153
Problems……Page 155
Ch 5: Atom and Ion Movements in Materials……Page 162
Chapter Learning Objectives……Page 163
5-1: Applications of Diffusion……Page 164
5-2: Stability of Atoms and Ions……Page 167
5-3: Mechanisms for Diffusion……Page 169
5-4: Activation Energy for Diffusion……Page 170
5-5: Rate of Diffusion [Fick’s First Law]……Page 171
5-6: Factors Affecting Diffusion……Page 175
5-7: Permeability of Polymers……Page 181
5-8: Composition Profile [Fick’s Second Law]……Page 182
5-9: Diffusion and Materials Processing……Page 187
Summary……Page 191
Glossary……Page 192
Problems……Page 194
Ch 6: Mechanical Properties: Part One……Page 202
Chapter Learning Objectives……Page 203
6-1: Technological Significance……Page 204
6-2: Terminology for Mechanical Properties……Page 205
6-3: The Tensile Test: Use of the Stress Strain Diagram……Page 207
6-4: Properties Obtained from the Tensile Test……Page 212
6-5: True Stress and True Strain……Page 219
6-6: The Bend Test for Brittle Materials……Page 221
6-7: Hardness of Materials……Page 224
6-8: Nanoindentation……Page 225
6-9: Strain Rate Effects and Impact Behavior……Page 229
6-10: Properties Obtained from the Impact Test……Page 230
6-11: Bulk Metallic Glasses and Their Mechanical Behavior……Page 232
6-12: Mechanical Behavior at Small Length Scales……Page 235
6-13: Rheology of Liquids……Page 237
Summary……Page 239
Glossary……Page 240
Problems……Page 242
Ch 7: Mechanical Properties: Part Two……Page 250
Chapter Learning Objectives……Page 251
7-1: Fracture Mechanics……Page 252
7-2: The Importance of Fracture Mechanics……Page 255
7-3: Microstructural Features of Fracture in Metallic Materials……Page 258
7-4: Microstructural Features of Fracture in Ceramics, Glasses, and Composites……Page 261
7-5: Weibull Statistics for Failure Strength Analysis……Page 263
7-6: Fatigue……Page 267
7-7: Results of the Fatigue Test……Page 269
7-8: Application of Fatigue Testing……Page 271
7-9: Creep, Stress Rupture, and Stress Corrosion……Page 274
7-10: Evaluation of Creep Behavior……Page 276
7-11: Use of Creep Data……Page 278
Summary……Page 279
Glossary……Page 280
Problems……Page 281
Ch 8: Strain Hardening and Annealing……Page 290
Chapter Learning Objectives……Page 291
8-1: Relationship of Cold Working to the Stress Strain Curve……Page 292
8-2: Strain-Hardening Mechanisms……Page 296
8-3: Properties versus Percent Cold Work……Page 298
8-4: Microstructure, Texture Strengthening, and Residual Stresses……Page 300
8-5: Characteristics of Cold Working……Page 304
8-6: The Three Stages of Annealing……Page 307
8-7: Control of Annealing……Page 309
8-8: Annealing and Materials Processing……Page 311
8-9: Hot Working……Page 313
Summary……Page 314
Glossary……Page 315
Problems……Page 317
Ch 9: Principles of Solidification……Page 326
Chapter Learning Objectives……Page 327
9-1: Technological Significance……Page 328
9-2: Nucleation……Page 329
9-3: Applications of Controlled Nucleation……Page 333
9-4: Growth Mechanisms……Page 334
9-5: Solidification Time and Dendrite Size……Page 336
9-6: Cooling Curves……Page 340
9-7: Cast Structure……Page 341
9-8: Solidification Defects……Page 343
9-9: Casting Processes for Manufacturing Components……Page 347
9-10: Continuous Casting and Ingot Casting……Page 349
9-11: Directional Solidification [DS], Single Crystal Growth, and Epitaxial Growth……Page 353
9-12: Solidification of Polymers and Inorganic Glasses……Page 354
9-13: Joining of Metallic Materials……Page 355
Summary……Page 357
Glossary……Page 358
Problems……Page 360
Ch 10: Solid Solutions and Phase Equilibrium……Page 370
Chapter Learning Objectives……Page 371
10-1: Phases and the Phase Diagram……Page 372
10-2: Solubility and Solid Solutions……Page 375
10-3: Conditions for Unlimited Solid Solubility……Page 378
10-4: Solid-Solution Strengthening……Page 379
10-5: Isomorphous Phase Diagrams……Page 381
10-6: Relationship between Properties and the Phase Diagram……Page 389
10-7: Solidification of a Solid-Solution Alloy……Page 390
10-8: Nonequilibrium Solidification and Segregation……Page 392
Summary……Page 395
Glossary……Page 396
Problems……Page 398
Ch 11: Dispersion Strengthening and Eutectic Phase Diagrams……Page 406
Chapter Learning Objectives……Page 407
11-1: Principles and Examples of Dispersion Strengthening……Page 408
11-2: Intermetallic Compounds……Page 409
11-3: Phase Diagrams Containing Three-Phase Reactions……Page 411
11-4: The Eutectic Phase Diagram……Page 413
11-5: Strength of Eutectic Alloys……Page 423
11-6: Eutectics and Materials Processing……Page 428
11-7: Nonequilibrium Freezing in the Eutectic System……Page 429
11-8: Nanowires and the Eutectic Phase Diagram……Page 430
Summary……Page 432
Glossary……Page 433
Problems……Page 434
Ch 12: Dispersion Strengthening by Phase Transformations and Heat Treatment……Page 442
Chapter Learning Objectives……Page 443
12-1: Nucleation and Growth in Solid-State Reactions……Page 444
12-2: Alloys Strengthened by Exceeding the Solubility Limit……Page 448
12-3: Age or Precipitation Hardening and Its Applications……Page 450
12-4: Microstructural Evolution in Age or Precipitation Hardening……Page 451
12-5: Effects of Aging Temperature and Time……Page 454
12-7: Use of Age-Hardenable Alloys at High Temperatures……Page 455
12-8: The Eutectoid Reaction……Page 456
12-9: Controlling the Eutectoid Reaction……Page 460
12-10: The Martensitic Reaction and Tempering……Page 465
12-11: The Shape-Memory Alloys [SMAs]……Page 469
Summary……Page 470
Glossary……Page 471
Problems……Page 472
Ch 13: Heat Treatment of Steels and Cast Irons……Page 482
Chapter Learning Objectives……Page 483
13-1: Designations and Classification of Steels……Page 484
13-2: Simple Heat Treatments……Page 487
13-3: Isothermal Heat Treatments……Page 490
13-4: Quench and Temper Heat Treatments……Page 493
13-5: Effect of Alloying Elements……Page 497
13-6: Application of Hardenability……Page 499
13-7: Specialty Steels……Page 502
13-8: Surface Treatments……Page 504
13-9: Weldability of Steel……Page 506
13-10: Stainless Steels……Page 507
13-11: Cast Irons……Page 510
Summary……Page 515
Glossary……Page 516
Problems……Page 518
Ch 14: Nonferrous Alloys……Page 524
Chapter Learning Objectives……Page 525
14-1: Aluminum Alloys……Page 526
14-2: Magnesium and Beryllium Alloys……Page 532
14-3: Copper Alloys……Page 533
14-4: Nickel and Cobalt Alloys……Page 537
14-5: Titanium Alloys……Page 540
14-6: Refractory and Precious Metals……Page 546
Glossary……Page 547
Problems……Page 548
Ch 15: Ceramics……Page 552
Chapter Learning Objectives……Page 553
15-1: Bonding in Ceramics……Page 555
15-2: Structures of Crystalline Ceramics……Page 557
15-3: Defects in Crystalline Ceramics……Page 560
15-4: Flaws in Ceramics……Page 563
15-5: Synthesis and Processing of Crystalline Ceramics……Page 566
15-6: Silica and Silicate Compounds……Page 571
15-7: Inorganic Glasses……Page 573
15-8: Glass-Ceramics……Page 579
15-9: Processing and Applications of Clay Products……Page 580
15-10: Refractories……Page 582
15-11: Other Ceramic Materials……Page 584
Glossary……Page 586
Problems……Page 588
Ch 16: Polymers……Page 592
Chapter Learning Objectives……Page 593
16-1: Classification of Polymers……Page 594
16-2: Addition and Condensation Polymerization……Page 597
16-3: Degree of Polymerization……Page 601
16-4: Typical Thermoplastics……Page 603
16-5: Structure-Property Relationships in Thermoplastics……Page 605
16-6: Effect of Temperature on Thermoplastics……Page 609
16-7: Mechanical Properties of Thermoplastics……Page 615
16-8: Elastomers [Rubbers]……Page 620
16-9: Thermosetting Polymers……Page 624
16-10: Adhesives……Page 626
16-11: Polymer Processing and Recycling……Page 627
Glossary……Page 632
Problems……Page 634
Ch 17: Composites: Teamwork and Synergy in Materials……Page 638
Chapter Learning Objectives……Page 639
17-1: Dispersion-Strengthened Composites……Page 641
17-2: Particulate Composites……Page 643
17-3: Fiber-Reinforced Composites……Page 647
17-4: Characteristics of Fiber-Reinforced Composites……Page 651
17-5: Manufacturing Fibers and Composites……Page 658
17-6: Fiber-Reinforced Systems and Applications……Page 662
17-7: Laminar Composite Materials……Page 668
17-8: Examples and Applications of Laminar Composites……Page 669
17-9: Sandwich Structures……Page 670
Glossary……Page 672
Problems……Page 673
Ch 18: Construction Materials……Page 680
Chapter Learning Objectives……Page 681
18-1: The Structure of Wood……Page 682
18-2: Moisture Content and Density of Wood……Page 684
18-3: Mechanical Properties of Wood……Page 686
18-5: Plywood……Page 688
18-6: Concrete Materials……Page 689
18-7: Properties of Concrete……Page 691
18-8: Reinforced and Prestressed Concrete……Page 695
Summary……Page 696
Problems……Page 697
Ch 19: Electronic Materials……Page 700
Chapter Learning Objectives……Page 701
19-1: Ohm’s Law and Electrical Conductivity……Page 703
19-2: Band Structure of Solids……Page 707
19-3: Conductivity of Metals and Alloys……Page 711
19-4: Semiconductors……Page 714
19-5: Applications of Semiconductors……Page 721
19-6: General Overview of Integrated Circuit Processing……Page 724
19-7: Deposition of Thin Films……Page 727
19-8: Conductivity in Other Materials……Page 728
19-10: Polarization in Dielectrics……Page 730
19-11: Electrostriction, Piezoelectricity, and Ferroelectricity……Page 734
Summary……Page 737
Glossary……Page 738
Problems……Page 739
Ch 20: Magnetic Materials……Page 744
Chapter Learning Objectives……Page 745
20-2: Magnetic Dipoles and Magnetic Moments……Page 746
20-3: Magnetization, Permeability, and the Magnetic Field……Page 748
20-4: Diamagnetic, Paramagnetic, Ferromagnetic, Ferrimagnetic, and Superparamagnetic Materials……Page 751
20-5: Domain Structure and the Hysteresis Loop……Page 753
20-6: The Curie Temperature……Page 756
20-7: Applications of Magnetic Materials……Page 757
20-8: Metallic and Ceramic Magnetic Materials……Page 763
Summary……Page 768
Glossary……Page 769
Problems……Page 770
Ch 21: Photonic Materials……Page 774
Chapter Learning Objectives……Page 775
21-2: Refraction, Reflection, Absorption, and Transmission……Page 776
21-4: Examples and Use of Emission Phenomena……Page 788
Glossary……Page 797
Problems……Page 798
Ch 22: Thermal Properties of Materials……Page 802
Chapter Learning Objectives……Page 803
22-1: Heat Capacity and Specific Heat……Page 804
22-2: Thermal Expansion……Page 806
22-3: Thermal Conductivity……Page 810
22-4: Thermal Shock……Page 814
Summary……Page 815
Problems……Page 816
Ch 23: Corrosion and Wear……Page 820
Chapter Learning Objectives……Page 821
23-1: Chemical Corrosion……Page 822
23-2: Electrochemical Corrosion……Page 824
23-3: The Electrode Potential in Electrochemical Cells……Page 827
23-4: The Corrosion Current and Polarization……Page 831
23-5: Types of Electrochemical Corrosion……Page 832
23-6: Protection against Electrochemical Corrosion……Page 837
23-7: Microbial Degradation and Biodegradable Polymers……Page 842
23-8: Oxidation and Other Gas Reactions……Page 843
23-9: Wear and Erosion……Page 846
Summary……Page 848
Glossary……Page 849
Problems……Page 850
Appendix A: Selected Physical Properties of Metals……Page 854
Appendix B: The Atomic and Ionic Radii of Selected Elements……Page 857
Answers to Selected Problems……Page 859
Index……Page 870

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