The field of materials science and engineering is rapidly evolving into a science of its own. While traditional literature in this area often concentrates primarily on property and structure, the Materials Processing Handbook provides a much needed examination from the materials processing perspective. This unique focus reflects the changing complexity of new and emerging materials such as cutting-edge semiconductors, smart materials, and materials based on spintronics.
This highly comprehensive work also presents groundbreaking coverage of the processes applied to a myriad of solid materials including ceramics, polymers, metals, composites, and semiconductors. Organized into six sections, this work examines processes that convert one phase into another, processes that change only the microstructure within a solid phase, shape changes that modify the microstructure and properties of materials, joining processes, and the basics of processes integration.
Rich in data, yet accessible across several fields, this volume provides technicians and students with a one-stop resource on proven and promising new developments in materials processing.
"Rich in data, yet accessible across several fields, this volume provides scientists, engineers and students with a one-stop resource on proven and promising new developments in materials processing."
– In Heat Processing, 2007, Issue 3
"The editors have succeeded in achieving their goal of a wide-ranging "one-stop" reference in materials processing for a variety of advanced engineering materials. They have brought together world-class experts in materials processing to convey the principles and applications of not only conventional engineering materials, but also new and novel materials as well. The publication is of high quality and the technical content will be of interest to engineers, scientists, and students."
– In JOM, September 2008
SMALL-SCALE (ATOMIC/CLUSTER/ NANOSCALE) PROCESSES
Controlled Processes for Growth of Carbon Nanotube Structures; R. Vajtai and P.M. Ajayan
Controlled Self-Assembly; N.W. Moore and T.L. Kuhl
Ion-Beam Processing; S.O. Kucheyev
Spinodal Decomposition; S.H. Risbud
Ostwald Ripening in Materials Processing; K.G. Wang and M.E. Glicksman
Crystallization of Amorphous Material; J. Eckert and S. Scudino
Far-from-Equilibrium Processing of Nanostructured Ceramics; B.H. Kear and A.K. Mukherjee
Physical and Chemical Vapor Deposition Processes; C. Johns, M.S. Islam, and J.R. Groza
Epitaxial Processes; P. Bjeletich
Ion Beam Assisted Deposition; M. Nastasi, A. Misra, and J.W. Mayer
Spray Deposition and Coating Processes; J.-P. Delplanque, S. Johnson, Y.Zhou, and L. Shaw
Metalworking; C.Y. Barlow and N. Hansen
Mechanical Alloying and Severe Plastic Deformation; A.P. Newberry, B.Q. Han, E.J. Lavernia, C. Suryanarayana, and J.A. Christodoulou
Superplasticity and Superplastic Forming; I. Charit and R.S. Mishra
MICROSTRUCTURE CHANGE PROCESSES
Single Crystal Growth; R. Fornari
Casting and Solidification; R. Trivedi and W. Kurz
Amorphization, Rapid Solidification, Bulk Metallic Glass Processing and Properties; J.F. Löffler, A.A. Kündig, and F.H. Della Torre
Diffusion-Based Processes; A. Lupulescu and J.P. Colinge
Basic Phase Transformations in Heat Treatment; J. Ågren
Transformation Toughening; R.I. Todd and M.P.S. Saran
Bonding Processes; M. Powers, S. Sen, T. Nguyentat, and O.M. Knio and T.P. Weihs
Electrolytic Processes; U. Erb
Glass Processing; A.G. Clare
Ceramic Processing; H.P. Buchkremer and N.H. Menzler
Powder Processing; R.M. German
Layer-Based Additive Manufacturing Technologies; B.E. Stucker and G.D. Janaki Ram
Solidification Macroprocesses; M. Bellet and B.G. Thomas
Processing Nanoscale Structures to Macrocomposites; H.J. Fecht and G. Wilde
Thermomechanical Processing; J.J. Jonas, M.R. Barnett, and P.D. Hodgson
Multiscale Processing of Polymers and Nanocomposites; C. Barry, J. Chen, J. Mead, and D. Schmidt
Multiscale Processes in Surface Deformation; L.L. Shaw and Y.T. Zhu