Here is the listing of Best reference books on Advanced Physical and Mechanical Metallurgy.
|1. “Mechanical Behavior of Materials” by T.H. Courtney
Book Review: This book demonstrates all the principles that are related to the mechanical behavior of materials. This book is suitable for the graduate courses and focuses mainly on macroscopic property relationships, material microstructure and bonding and crystal structure properties. The book also covers all the aspects related to ceramics, composites, and polymers. The book also contains many problems that are solved as well as real life examples. The book includes many problems as well as figures along with a overview of the concepts related to mechanics and strength of materials.
|2. “Materials Science and Technology: A Comprehensive Treatment” by R.W. Cahn, P. Haasen and E.J. Kramer
Book Review: This book stresses on all the aspects of the structure and properties related to the structural and functional polymers. The various chapters contained in the book are polymer chain architecture, microstructure, amorphous polymer microstructures, polymer single crystal structures, polymer morphology and crystallization, polymer blend structures, crystalline properties elastic properties, ullman rubber elasticity and many more. The chapters in the book also carry out examination of alloys, ceramics, polymers, composites and nonmaterial.
|3. “Physical Metallurgy and Advanced Materials” by R.E. Smallman and A.H.W. Ngan
Book Review: This book discusses all the basic concepts related to metallurgy and materials science. This book is the updation of the book named modern physical metallurgy. Every chapter in the book contains questions that allow the readers to apply scientific concepts as well as to stress the important material properties. The different topics in the book are atoms, atomic arrangements, crystal defects, phase equilibrium, material analysis and mechanical properties of materials. The chapters in the book also carry out examination of alloys, ceramics, polymers, composites and nonmaterial.
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