Here is the listing of Best reference books on Mechanical Working of Metals.
|1. “Mechanical Metallurgy” by G.E. Dieter
Book Review: This is the most popular book of mechanical metallurgy and carries out examination of material behavior under stress and captures its reaction to many hostile environments. The book covers all the details of mechanical metallurgy, stress and strain description, defect and crystalline mechanisms of flow and fracture, metal working process and mechanical property tests. The book also includes many questions at the end of every chapter.
|2. “Metal forming: Mechanics and Metallurgy” by W.F. Hosford and R.M. Caddell
Book Review: This book explains the principles of metal forming and carries out analysis of forming problems which includes both mechanics of forming processes and the metal properties that interact with the processes. The book contains a separate chapter on formation of limit diagrams and different aspects of stamping and sheet forming operations. The book also contains a dedicated chapter on sheet testing. The book covers sheet metal properties as well as end of chapter questions.
|3. “Metalworking Science and Engineering” by E.M. Mielnik
Book Review: This book provides all the necessary information that is needed to design, install and control metalworking processes. This book is suitable for undergraduate and post graduate courses in the field of materials science, mechanical engineering and manufacturing engineering. The book also describes all the methods that are required for analyzing metalworking processes thereby including finite element methods and slip line field methods. The book also uses various analytical and computer analysis techniques and contains case studies as well.
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