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- Engineering Materials 1, Third Edition: An Introduction to Properties, Applications and Design
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Widely adopted around the world, Engineering Materials 1 is a core materials science and engineering text for third- and fourth-year undergraduate students; it provides a broad introduction to the mechanical and environmental properties of materials used in a wide range of engineering applications. The text is deliberately concise, with each chapter designed to cover the content of one lecture.
Engineering Materials 1, Third Edition: An Introduction to Properties, Applications and Design
Not a MyNAP member yet? Register for a free account to start saving and receiving special member only perks. Materials science and engineering is a multidisciplinary activity that has emerged in recognizable form only during the past two decades. Practitioners in the field develop and work with materials that are used to make things—products like machines, devices, and structures. More specifically:. Materials science and engineering is concerned with the generation and application of knowledge relating the composition, structure, and processing of materials to their properties and uses.
The multidisciplinary nature of materials science and engineering is evident in the educational backgrounds of the half-million scientists and engineers who, in varying degree, are working in the field. Many of these professionals still identify with their original disciplines rather than with the materials community.
They are served by some 35 national societies and often must belong to several to cover their. Thus far, virtually all materials-designated degrees are in matallurgy or ceramics. This situation is changing, if slowly. One recent indication was the formation of the Federation of Materials Societies, in Of the 17 broadly based societies invited to join, nine had done so by October Materials are exceptionally diverse.
The scope of materials science and engineering spans metals, ceramics, semiconductors, dielectrics, glasses, polymers, and natural substances like wood, fibers, sand, and stone. Materials as we define them have come increasingly to be classified by their function as well as by their nature; hence, biomedical materials, electronic materials, structural materials.
This blurring of the traditional classifications reflects in part our growing, if still imperfect, ability to custom-make materials for specific functions. Materials, energy, and the environment are closely interrelated.
Materials are basic to manufacturing and service technologies, to national security, and to national and international economies. The housewife has seen her kitchen transformed by progress in materials: vinyl polymers in flooring; stainless steel in sinks; Pyroceram and Teflon in cookware. The ordinary telephone contains in its not-so-ordinary components 42 of the 92 naturally occurring elements.
Polyethylene, an outstanding insulator for radar equipment, is but one of the myriad materials vital to national defense. By one of several possible reckonings, production and forming of materials account for some Man tends to be conscious of products and what he can do with them, but also tends to take the materials in products for granted. Nylon is known far better in stockings than as the polyamide engineering material used to make small parts for automobiles.
The transistor is known far better as an electronic device, or as a pocket-size radio, than as the semiconducting material used in the device and its many relatives. Some materials produce effects out of proportion to their cost or extent of use in a given application. Synthetic fibers, in the form of easy-care clothing, have worked startling changes in the lives of housewives.
Certain phosphor crystals, products of years of research on materials that emit light when bombarded by electrons, provide color-television pictures at a cost of less than 0. The properties of specific materials often determine whether a product will work. In manned space flights, ablative materials of modest cost are essential to the performance of the heat shield on atmospheric reentry vehicles.
New or sharply improved materials are critical to progress in energy generation and distribution. Materials commonly serve a range of technologies and tend to be less proprietary than are the products made of them. The ability thus to control crystal orientation grew out of research by physicists, metallurgists, and even mathematicians.
The resulting improvements in properties are proving useful in a widening spectrum of applications. They include soft magnetic alloys for memory devices, oriented steels for transformers, high-elasticity phosphor bronze for electrical connectors, and steel sheet for automobile fenders, appliance housings, and other parts formed by deep drawing. He modifies these raw materials to alloys, ceramics, electronic materials, polymers, composites, and other compositions to meet performance requirements; from the modified materials he makes shapes or parts for assembly into products.
The product, when its useful life is ended, returns to the earth or the atmosphere as waste. Or it may be dismantled to recover basic materials that reenter the cycle.
The materials cycle is a global system whose operation includes strong three-way interactions among materials, the environment, and. The condition of the environment depends in large degree on how carefully man moves materials through the cycle, at each stage of which impacts occur.
Materials traversing the cycle may represent an investment of energy in the sense that the energy expended to extract a metal from ore, for example, need not be expended again if the metal is recycled. For copper the figure is about 5 percent, for magnesium about 1. Materials scientists and engineers work most commonly in that part of the materials cycle that extends from raw materials through dismantling and recycling of basic materials. Events in this or any other area typically will have repercussions elsewhere in the cycle or system.
Research and development, therefore, can open new and sometimes surprising paths around the cycle with concomitant effects on energy and the environment. The development of a magnetically levitated transportation system could increase considerably the demand for the metals that might be used in the necessary superconducting or magnetic alloys. Widespread use of nuclear power could alter sharply the consumption patterns of fossil fuels and the related pressures on transportation systems.
The materials cycle can be perturbed in addition by external factors such as legislation. The Clean Air Act of , for example, created a strong new demand for platinum for use in automotive exhaust-cleanup catalysts. The demand may be temporary, since catalysis has been questioned as the best long-term solution to the problem, but. Environmental legislation also will require extensive recovery of sulfur from fuels and from smelter and stack gases; by the end of the century, the tonnage recovered annually could be twice the domestic demand.
Such repercussions leave little doubt of the need to approach the materials cycle systematically and with caution. Man historically has employed materials more or less readily available from nature.
For centuries he has converted many of them, first by accident and then empirically, to papyrus, glasses, alloys, and other functional states.
But in the few decades since about , he has learned increasingly to create radically new materials. Progress in organic polymers for plastics and rubbers, in semiconductors for electronics devices, in strong, light-weight alloys for structural use has bred entire industries and accelerated the growth of others. Engineers and designers have grown steadily more confident that new materials somehow can be developed, or old ones modified, to meet unusual requirements. Such expectations in the main have been justified, but there are important exceptions.
It is by no means certain, for example, that materials can be devised to withstand the intense heat and radiation that would be involved in a power plant based on thermonuclear fusion, although the fusion reaction itself is not primarily a materials problem.
This expanding ability to create radically new materials stems largely from the explosive growth that has occurred during this century. Certain semiconductor materials are perhaps the archetypal example of the conversion of fundamental knowledge to materials that meet exacting specifications.
Our basic understanding of most materials, however, falls short of the level required to design for new uses and environments without considerable experimental effort. Hence, it is important to keep adding to the store of fundamental knowledge through research, although much empirical optimization will probably always be needed to deal with the complex substances of commerce.
Thorough systems analysis has been used to a moderate extent in materials science and engineering, but it must become basic to the field in view of the complexity of modern materials problems and of the fact that the materials cycle itself is a vast system.
The need for the systems approach is apparent in the ramifications of replacing copper wire with aluminum in many communications uses in which the substitution would not have worked well until a few years ago.
The move was triggered by changing relative prices and supply conditions of the metals. A research and development program produced aluminum alloys with the optimum combination of mechanical and electrical properties. The aluminum wire still had to be somewhat larger in diameter than copper wire, however. Thus wire-drawing machines had to be redesigned, in part.
Thicker wire, in addition, requires larger conduits, which take more space. And new joining techniques were necessary to avoid corrosion mechanisms peculiar to the aluminum wire. Products like nuclear reactors, jet engines, and integrated circuits Figures 1 , 2 , 3 are systems of highly interdependent materials, each carefully adapted to its role in the total structure.
The reaction of such a system to a breakdown at one point is evident in the intended use of a promising graphite-epoxy composite for the compressor blades of a British engine for an American jet airliner. The material was not developed on schedule, to the required degree of service reliability. The repercussions reached well beyond the resulting redesign of the engine.
The respective governments were compelled to extricate both companies involved from financial crises, in an atmosphere of sharp debate over domestic and foreign policy. Materials and the associated science and engineering exist in a social and economic context that has changed markedly in the past five years.
Materials are involved also in. Materials shown here in a conventional boiling-water reactor for producing electric power evolved over years of development. A problem for the future is the perfection of nuclear-fuel assemblies for a commercial breeder reactor. The uranium dioxide fuel pellets used in the boiling-water reactor will probably be replaced by uranium-plutonium dioxide pellets. Working out the relevant characteristics of the new fuel will occupy many scientists and engineers for several years.
Illustration courtesy of General Electric Company. Materials complexity is evident in the jet engine, where an overriding goal is to improve the ratio of thrust to weight.
Materials with good potential for the purpose are composites. Carbon- or boron-reinforced polymers, for example, might replace the titanium-aluminum-vanadium alloy used in the low-temperature fan blades top left. Among the unusual requirements for semiconducting materials in integrated circuitry and other solid-state electronic devices is the precise processing control of composition and structure in large-scale commercial production of assemblies measured in hundredths and even thousandths of an inch.
Illustration courtesy of Texas Instruments, Inc. Two fundamental parameters in these matters are population growth and higher incomes.
Between and , the population of the United States rose percent, to just under million. For the year the Bureau of the Census projects a minimum population of million and a maximum of million. Both population and per-capita gross national product are expected to continue to grow, making ever more urgent the solution of materials-related problems. The Institute will supervise research and. The Institute will be funded by self-assessment of member companies and also will seek to work with the federal government and equipment manufacturers.
National concern for the environment has been recognized in the past few years by extensive federal legislation and by the creation of the Environmental Protection Agency and the Council on Environmental Quality. Environmental matters achieved international status with the Stockholm Conference on the Human Environment, held in mid under the aegis of the United Nations General Assembly.
The status was formalized in December when the General Assembly established a new unit, the U. Environmental Programme.
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The reason is the electronic devices divert your attention and also cause strains while reading eBooks. This book develops a detailed understanding of the fundamental properties of engineering materials, how they are controlled by processing, formed, joined and finished, and how all of these factors influence the selection and design of materials in real-world engineering applications. The leading course text for engineering materials courses on microstructure and materials processing. Materials are grouped into four classes: Metals, Ceramics, Polymers and Composites, and each are examined in turn. The chapters are arranged in groups, with a group of chapters to describe each of the four classes of materials. Each group first introduces the major families of materials that go to make up each materials class. The main microstructural features of the class are then outlined and the reader is shown how to process or treat them to get the structures properties that are desired.
The interdisciplinary field of materials science , also commonly termed materials science and engineering , is the design and discovery of new materials, particularly solids. The intellectual origins of materials science stem from the Enlightenment , when researchers began to use analytical thinking from chemistry , physics , and engineering to understand ancient, phenomenological observations in metallurgy and mineralogy. As such, the field was long considered by academic institutions as a sub-field of these related fields. Beginning in the s, materials science began to be more widely recognized as a specific and distinct field of science and engineering, and major technical universities around the world created dedicated schools for its study. Many of the most pressing scientific problems humans currently face are due to the limits of available materials and how they are used.
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