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Elementary Materials Science eBook
Author: William F. Hosford | eBook | Product code: Z05373L | EISBN: 978-1-62708-003-3
File size: 30 MB
Classified as: Material Selection Materials Properties and Performance ...more
Price: $83.00 Member Price: $65.00
Elementary Materials Science covers the subject of materials science with few equations; it is intended primarily for students with limited science backgrounds who are interested in materials. The eBook also will be useful for non-technical professionals in the materials industry. The eBook's introductory chapter presents the basics underlying the study of materials: bonding, crystal structures, and amorphous materials. Other important aspects of materials science are covered in chapters devoted to phase relations, mechanical behavior, electrical behavior, magnetic behavior, and corrosion. Non-ferrous metals, iron and steel, ceramics, polymers, composites, and wood are each covered in separate chapters. Chapters on forming and shaping, and recycling round out this important basic volume on a growing interdisciplinary scientific field.
Elementary Materials Science
- Publisher: ASM International
- Published: 2013
- Pages: 180
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