Here is the listing of Best reference books on Mechanical Behavior of Thin Films.
|1. “Thin Film Materials: Stress, Defect Formation and Surface Evolution” by L. B. Freund, S. Suresh
Book Review: This book covers stress concepts, defect formation concepts and surface evolution concepts that occur in thin films. The book balances the concepts of theory, experiment, simulation as well as numerous homework problems. This book is useful for graduate and undergraduate courses on thin films. This book covers various concepts related to thin films ranging from processing to performance. The book contains chapters on epitaxy, surface modification, thin film materials and its applications and many more.
|2. “Materials Science of Thin Films” by M. Ohring
Book Review: This book covers the science and technology views of thin films and coatings. This book also talks about the physical and chemical vapor deposition processes, nucleation, growth, stress, diffusion, reaction, structural techniques, chemical characterization techniques, coating applications, magnetic recording materials, optical recording materials and many more. The book contains chapters on epitaxy, surface modification, thin film materials and its applications and many more. The book also deals with chemical vapor deposition, diffusion, reactions, stress in films and many more.
|3. “Mechanical Metallurgy” by G. E. Dieter
Book Review: This book covers all the important aspects related to metallurgy. The book also depicts the reaction of metals under various conditions like when in stress and strain. The book also explains the concepts related to fractures and patterns that occur on the damaged metals. The book also covers complex metalworking processes that is useful for people studying metallurgy. The concepts in the book are presented in simple language thereby becoming a good textbook for students.
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