Tuesday, December 11, 2018

Materials Science: An Intermediate Text (Free PDF)


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This exciting textbook on the structure, property and applications of materials, is written for advanced undergraduate courses on the principles of Materials Science. It covers the main topics commonly encountered by students in materials science and engineering but explores them in greater depth than standard introductory textbooks, making it ideal for use on a second-level course and upwards. Major topics covered include crystallography, symmetry and bonding-related properties, phase diagrams and transformations, ordering, diffusion, solidification, and dedicated chapters on amorphous, liquid crystal, magnetic and novel materials, including shape memory. Each chapter contains numerous illustrative examples, problem sets, references and notes of interest to aid student understanding, with a chapter of hints on engineering calculations to ensure mathematical competency.

Preface page
1. Microstructural Analysis
2. Symmetry
3. Miller–Bravais Indices for Hexagonal Crystals
4. Stereographic Projection
5. Crystal Defects
6. Phase Diagrams
7. Free Energy Basis for Phase Diagrams  
8. Ordering of Solid Solutions
9. Diffusion
10. Freezing
11. Phase Transformations
12. Surfaces
13. Bonding
14. Sintering
15. Amorphous Materials
16. Liquid Crystals
17. Molecular Morphology
18. Magnetic Behavior of Materials
19. Porous and Novel Materials
20. Shape Memory and Superelasticity
21. Calculations

Author Details
University of Michigan

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