Introduction to materials science (Series in applied chemistry & materials sciences)

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Langue : Anglais
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Ouvrage 464 p. · 17x24 cm · Relié
ISBN : 9782842992866 EAN : 9782842992866
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Résumé d'Introduction to materials science ...

The approach of this concise but comprehensive introduction, covering all major classes of materials, is right for not just materials science students and professionals, but also for those in engineering, physics and chemistry, or other related disciplines. This is the first edition in English of a bestselling French text. The characteristics of all main classes of materials, metals, polymers and ceramics, are explained with reference to real-world examples. So each class of material is described, then its properties are explained, with illustrative examples from the leading edge of application are presented. This edition contains new material on nanomaterials and nanostructures, and incudes a study of degradation and corrosion, and a presentation of the main organic composite materials. Illustrative examples include carbon fibres, the silicon crystal, metallic glasses, and diamond films. Applications explored include ultra-light aircraft, contact lenses, dental materials, single crystal blades for gas turbines, use of lasers in the automotive industry, cables for cable cars, permanent magnets and molecular electronic devices.

Sommaire d'Introduction to materials science ...

Contents: Materials, Atoms, Molecules and the Chemical Bond, Structure of Materials, Metals, Organic Polymers and Ceramics, Elastic Behaviour of Solids, Structural Defects in Crystals, Alloys and Phase Diagrams, Phase Transformation, Microstructures, Tensile Behaviour of Materials, Factors Influencing Mechanical Properties, Fracture and Toughness, Physical Properties, Corrosion, Degradation and Ageing, Composite Materials, Nanomaterials and Nanostructured Materials, Appendices, Bibliography, Glossary, Index

Lectorat d'Introduction to materials science ...

materials science students and practitioners. Those in engineering, physics or chemistry