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Already read this title? Stay on CRCPress. Preview this Book. Research, Applications and Advances 1st Edition K. Select Format: Add to Wish List. Close Preview. Toggle navigation Additional Book Information. Covers Basic Concepts and Practical Applications The book consists of 18 chapters and covers a variety of topics that include functionally graded materials, auxetic materials, whiskers, metallic glasses, biocomposite materials, nanomaterials, superalloys, superhard materials, shape-memory alloys, and smart materials.

Contains approximately diagrams and 85 tables Incorporates examples, illustrations, and applications used in a variety of engineering disciplines Includes solved numerical examples and objective questions with answers Engineering Materials: Author s Bio Dr. Reviews "The present text can be indisputably considered as extensive resource for contemporary teaching and research work at both undergraduate and graduate level. Kewalramani, Abu Dhabi University, UAE "The main strength of the material is the inclusion of a very wide range of newer and emerging materials which are of great interest to undergraduate and post-graduate students.

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In a field of such a magnitude as this, of course, each phase of the subject cannot be investigated completely; but the basic concepts behind each of the four parts into which the book has been divided are presented.

Since the book is intended for college freshman and sophomore use, much more than this is not required.

The short first part of the book on the raw materials of engineering presents, as one would expect, the sources, formation and recovery of minerals. It is really some very elementary physical geology.

In the second part, the production of engineering materials from the crude ores are discussed. Mineral dressing, such chemical processes as leaching, calcination, roasting, combustion and the branches of extractive metallurgy--pyrometallurgy, hydrometallurgy and electrometallurgy-- are described.

Beginning with the fundamental states of matter, the mechanical, physical a n d chemical properties of engineering materials are discussed in the third part. The fourth part, with which more than two-thirds of the book is concerned, deals with such specific materials as those for the generation of energy water, fuels and explosives ; ferrous and non-ferrous metals a n d alloys; natural and artificial building stones; natural and synthetic organic materials as wood, rubber and plastics; and protective materials as surface coatings and lubricants.

Each of the various materials is described in some detail. In the case of the ferrous and non-ferrous materials, for instance, the source, production, properties and uses are discussed. In the case of cementing materials used in building stone construction, the various cements and the chemical reactions occurring during setting are discussed.

In the case of rubber, the production, vulcanization, latex processing, the various synthetic rubbers, and the physical properties are discussed. Whole books have been written about each of these materials, so t h a t one should not expect to find everything available on each in this volume.Sathish Kumar, C.

Reviews "The present text can be indisputably considered as extensive resource for contemporary teaching and research work at both undergraduate and graduate level. We provide complimentary e-inspection copies of primary textbooks to instructors considering our books for course adoption.

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