This book deals with the mechanical behaviour of materials and is concerned with the most up-to-date coverage of fracture behaviour of materials. It is intended for the course in material mechanical behaviour taught at the advanced undergraduate level; it is also suitable for an introductory graduate course. Fundamental concepts and principles of mechanical behaviour of materials are defined and the similarities and differences in the mechanical response of the several materials classes (ceramics, composites, metals, and polymers) are discussed.
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Courtney has always been distinguished by its careful integration of the mechanical and microscopic coverage of materials and material behavior. The revision will retain what distinguished the first edition but will include several Solved Example Problems in every chapter.
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New Case studies have been added.
New Chapter on Cellular Solids
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