"Engineering Materials 2" is a best-selling stand-alone text in its own right for more advanced students of materials science and mechanical engineering, and is the follow-up to its renowned companion text, "Engineering Materials 1: An Introduction to Properties, Applications and Design". This book develops a detailed understanding of the fundamental properties of engineering materials, how they are controlled by processing, formed, joined and finished, and how all of these factors influence the selection and design of materials in real-world engineering applications. This book is one of the best-selling materials properties texts; companion text to Ashby and Jones' 'Engineering Materials 1: An Introduction to their Properties and Applications' book. It provides new student friendly format, with enhanced pedagogy including more case studies, worked examples, student questions and a full instructor's manual. It is written by world-renowned author team.
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Provides a thorough explanation of the basic properties of materials; of how these can be controlled by processing; of how materials are formed, joined and finished; and of the chain of reasoning that leads to a successful choice of material for a particular application. The materials covered are grouped into four classes: metals, ceramics, polymers and composites. Each class is studied in turn, identifying the families of materials in the class, the microstructural features, the processes or treatments used to obtain a particular structure and their design applications. The text is supplemented by practical case studies and example problems with answers, and a valuable programmed learning course on phase diagrams.Review:
"Good. Concise and easy to follow; very good case studies. Recommended for 3rd and 4th year Degree students.
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Book Description Pergamon, 1987. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 80325319