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Mechanical Properties of Engineered Materials

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 My primary objective in this book is to provide a simple introduction to the subject of mechanical properties of engineered materials for undergraduate and graduate students. I have been encouraged in this task by my students and many practicing engineers with a strong interest in the mechanical
properties of materials and I hope that this book will satisfy their needs. I have endeavored to cover only the topics that I consider central to the development of a basic understanding of the mechanical properties of materials. It is not intended to be a comprehensive review of all the different aspects of mechanical properties; such a task would be beyond the capabilities of any single author. Instead, this book emphasizes the fundamental concepts that must be mastered by any undergraduate or graduate engineer before he or she can effectively tackle basic industrial tasks that require an understanding of mechanical properties. This book is intended to bridge the gap between rigorous theory and engineering practice.

1. Overview of Crystal/Defect Structure and Mechanical Properties and Behavior
2. Defect Structure and Mechanical Properties
3. Basic Definitions of Stress and Strain
4. Introduction to Elastic Behavior
5. Introduction to Plasticity
6. Introduction to Dislocation Mechanics
7. Dislocations and Plastic Deformation
8. Dislocation Strengthening Mechanisms
9. Introduction to Composites
10. Further Topics in Composites
11. Fundamentals of Fracture Mechanics
12. Mechanisms of Fracture
13. Toughening Mechanisms
14. Fatigue of Materials
15. Introduction to Viscoelasticity, Creep, and Creep Crack Growth

Author Details
"Wolé Soboyejo" 
Princeton University
Princeton, New Jersey 

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