Introduction to Materials Science for Engineers

Introduction to Materials Science for Engineers, 9th edition

  • James F. Shackelford

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Overview

Introduction to Materials Science for Engineers offers balanced treatment of the full spectrum of materials, including a range of new materials with high-tech applications.

Published by Pearson (January 22nd 2021) - Copyright © 2021

ISBN-13: 9780136912453

Subject: Civil & Mechanical Engineering

Category: Materials Science

Table of contents

1. Materials for Engineering
1.1 The Material World
1.2 Materials Science and Engineering
1.3 Six Materials That Changed Your World
STEEL BRIDGES--INTRODUCING METALS
TRANSPARENT OXIDES--INTRODUCING CERAMICS
SMARTPHONES AND TABLETS--INTRODUCING GLASSES
NYLON PARACHUTES--INTRODUCING POLYMERS
KEVLAR®-REINFORCED TIRES--INTRODUCING COMPOSITES
SILICON CHIPS--INTRODUCING SEMICONDUCTORS
1.4 Processing and Selecting Materials
1.5 Looking at Materials by Powers of Ten

PART I: The Fundamentals

2. Atomic Bonding
2.1 Atomic Structure
2.2 The Ionic Bond
COORDINATION NUMBER
2.3 The Covalent Bond
2.4 The Metallic Bond
2.5 The Secondary, or van der Waals, Bond
2.6 Materials--The Bonding Classification

3. Crystalline Structure--Perfection
3.1 Seven Systems and Fourteen Lattices
3.2 Metal Structures
3.3 Ceramic Structures

4. Crystal Defects and Noncrystalline Structure--Imperfection
4.1 The Solid Solution--Chemical Imperfection
4.2 Point Defects--Zero-Dimensional Imperfections
4.3 Linear Defects, or Dislocations--One-Dimensional Imperfections
4.4 Planar Defects--Two-Dimensional Imperfections
4.5 Noncrystalline Solids--Three-Dimensional Imperfections

5. Diffusion
5.1 Thermally Activated Processes
5.2 Thermal Production of Point Defects
5.3 Point Defects and Solid-State Diffusion
5.4 Steady-State Diffusion
5.5 Alternate Diffusion Paths

6. Mechanical Behavior
6.1 Stress Versus Strain
METALS
CERAMICS AND GLASSES
POLYMERS
6.2 Elastic Deformation
6.3 Plastic Deformation
6.4 Hardness
6.5 Creep and Stress Relaxation
6.6 Viscoelastic Deformation
INORGANIC GLASSES
ORGANIC POLYMERS
ELASTOMERS

7. Thermal Behavior
7.1 Heat Capacity
7.2 Thermal Expansion
7.3 Thermal Conductivity
7.4 Thermal Shock

8. Failure Analysis and Prevention
8.1 Impact Energy
8.2 Fracture Toughness
8.3 Fatigue
8.4 Nondestructive Testing
8.5 Failure Analysis and Prevention

9. Phase Diagrams--Equilibrium Microstructural Development
9.1 The Phase Rule
9.2 The Phase Diagram
COMPLETE SOLID SOLUTION
EUTECTIC DIAGRAM WITH NO SOLID SOLUTION
EUTECTIC DIAGRAM WITH LIMITED SOLID SOLUTION
EUTECTOID DIAGRAM
PERITECTIC DIAGRAM
GENERAL BINARY DIAGRAMS
9.3 The Lever Rule
9.4 Microstructural Development During Slow Cooling

10. Kinetics--Heat Treatment
10.1 Time--The Third Dimension
10.2 The TTT Diagram
DIFFUSIONAL TRANSFORMATIONS
DIFFUSIONLESS (MARTENSITIC) TRANSFORMATIONS
HEAT TREATMENT OF STEEL
10.3 Hardenability
10.4 Precipitation Hardening
10.5 Annealing
COLD WORK
RECOVERY
RECRYSTALLIZATION
GRAIN GROWTH
10.6 The Kinetics of Phase Transformations for Nonmetals

PART II: Materials and Their Applications

11. Structural Materials--Metals, Ceramics, and Glasses
11.1 Metals
FERROUS ALLOYS
NONFERROUS ALLOYS
11.2 Ceramics and Glasses
CERAMICS--CRYSTALLINE MATERIALS
GLASSES--NONCRYSTALLINE MATERIALS
GLASS-CERAMICS
11.3 Processing the Structural Materials
PROCESSING OF METALS
PROCESSING OF CERAMICS AND GLASSES

12. Structural Materials--Polymers and Composites
12.1 Polymers
POLYMERIZATION
STRUCTURAL FEATURES OF POLYMERS
THERMOPLASTIC POLYMERS
THERMOSETTING POLYMERS
ADDITIVES
12.2 Composites
FIBER-REINFORCED COMPOSITES
AGGREGATE COMPOSITES
PROPERTY AVERAGING
MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF COMPOSITES
12.3 Processing the Structural Materials
PROCESSING OF POLYMERS
PROCESSING OF COMPOSITES

13. Electronic Materials
13.1 Charge Carriers and Conduction
13.2 Energy Levels and Energy Bands
13.3 Conductors
THERMOCOUPLES
SUPERCONDUCTORS
13.4 Insulators
FERROELECTRICS
PIEZOELECTRICS
13.5 Semiconductors
INTRINSIC, ELEMENTAL SEMICONDUCTORS
EXTRINSIC, ELEMENTAL SEMICONDUCTORS
COMPOUND SEMICONDUCTORS
PROCESSING OF SEMICONDUCTORS
SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICES
13.6 Composites
13.7 Electrical Classification of Materials

14 Optical and Magnetic Materials
14.1 Optical Materials
OPTICAL PROPERTIES
OPTICAL SYSTEMS AND DEVICES
14.2 Magnetic Materials
FERROMAGNETISM
FERRIMAGNETISM
METALLIC MAGNETS
CERAMIC MAGNETS

15. Materials in Engineering Design
15.1 Material Properties--Engineering Design Parameters
15.2 Selection of Structural Materials--Case Studies
MATERIALS FOR HIP- AND KNEE-JOINT REPLACEMENT
METAL SUBSTITUTION WITH COMPOSITES
15.3 Selection of Electronic, Optical, and Magnetic Materials--Case Studies
LIGHT-EMITTING DIODE
GLASS FOR SMART PHONE AND TABLET TOUCH SCREENS
AMORPHOUS METAL FOR ELECTRIC-POWER DISTRIBUTION
15.4 Materials and Our Environment
ENVIRONMENTAL DEGRADATION OF MATERIALS
ENVIRONMENTAL ASPECTS OF DESIGN
RECYCLING AND REUSE

APPENDIX 1: Physical and Chemical Data for the Elements A-1
APPENDIX 2: Atomic and Ionic Radii of the Elements A-4
APPENDIX 3: Constants and Conversion Factors and the Periodic Table of Elements A-7
APPENDIX 4: Properties of the Structural Materials A-9
APPENDIX 5: Properties of the Electronic, Optical, and Magnetic Materials A-18
APPENDIX 6: Glossary A-23
Answers to Practice Problems (PP) and Odd-Numbered Problems AN-1
Index I-1

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