Featuring in-depth discussions on tensile and compressive properties, shear properties, strength, hardness, environmental effects, and creep crack growth, "Mechanical Properties of Engineered Materials" considers computation of principal stresses and strains, mechanical testing, plasticity in ceramics, metals, intermetallics, and polymers, materials selection for thermal shock resistance, the analysis of failure mechanisms such as fatigue, fracture, and creep, and fatigue life prediction. It is a top-shelf reference for professionals and students in materials, chemical, mechanical, corrosion, industrial, civil, and maintenance engineering; and surface chemistry.
Table of Contents
1. Overview of Crystal/Defect Structure and Mechanical Properties and Behavior 2. Defect Structure and Mechanical Properties 3. Basic Definitions of Stress and Strain 4. Introduction to Elastic Behavior 5. Introduction to Plasticity 6. Introduction to Dislocation Mechanics 7. Dislocations and Plastic Deformation 8. Dislocation Strengthening Mechanisms 9. Introduction to Composites 10. Further Topics in Composites 11. Fundamentals of Fracture Mechanics 12. Mechanisms of Fracture 13. Toughening Mechanisms 14. Fatigue of Materials 15. Introduction to Viscoelasticity, Creep, and Creep Crack Growth