Best Reference Books – Elements of Engineering Materials Science

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We have compiled the list of Top 10 Best Reference Books on Elements of Engineering Materials Science subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges. Here is the full list of top 10 best books on Elements of Engineering Materials Science along with reviews.

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1. “Elements of Materials Science and Engineering (Addison-Wesley Series in Metallurgy and Materials Engineering)” by L H Van Vlack

“Elements of Materials Science and Engineering (Addison-Wesley Series in Metallurgy and Materials Engineering)” Book Review: This book has been designed for students in undergraduate or graduate pursuing mechanical or materials science engineering. This book can be used as a textbook by teachers who are coaching this subject. It contains various concepts of refining metals. Other concepts of material classes-metals, polymers, ceramics and semiconductors are also explained in this book. Also various methods of finding metals which have been implemented in the practical world are added in this book. There are several case studies from the past which are explained briefly to understand the scenario in the world.

2. “Introduction to Finite Elements in Engineering” by Tirupathi R Chandrupatla and Ashok D Belegundu

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“Introduction to Finite Elements in Engineering” Book Review: This book has been designed for students in undergraduate or graduate pursuing mechanical or materials science engineering. This book can be used as a textbook by teachers who are coaching this subject. This book provides the approach to finite element methodologies. The development of finite element theory is broadly explained with necessary images and also its applications are explained. It has several chapters which contain subtopics. It starts with an introduction to the finite elements in the current world. It later on explains the applications and various protocols which are to be taken care of.

3. “Modern Protective Structures (Civil and Environmental Engineering)” by Theodor Krauthammer

“Modern Protective Structures (Civil and Environmental Engineering)” Book Review:
This book has been designed for students in undergraduate or graduate pursuing mechanical or materials science engineering and civil engineering. First year engineering students can also use this book for environmental sciences. This book begins with explaining the comprehensive risk management in the environment. It explains conventional and nuclear loads and between existing design procedures. Later, it discusses the various theories of existing blast-resistant design approaches and describes the dynamic responses of structural systems to blasts, shocks and impacts. This book briefly explains a few topics such as specific structural connections, the traditional concept of P-I diagrams and progressive collapse. It contains various images and case studies wherever necessary.

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4. “Finite Element Analysis of Composite Materials” by Ever J Barbero

“Finite Element Analysis of Composite Materials” Book Review: This book has been designed for students in undergraduate or graduate pursuing mechanical or materials science engineering. It covers all of the major aspects of advanced analysis, including three-dimensional effects. Viscoelasticity, edge effects, elastic instability, damage and delamination are explained later in this book. This book also has many examples. MATLAB is used for demonstrating formulas and to execute the mechanisms of various finite elements analysis. It explains how to interpret the results in an engineering methodology. It also provides various references for further usage which contains source codes for programs.

5. “Principles of Composite Material Mechanics, Second Edition (Mechanical Engineering)” by Ronald F Gibson

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“Principles of Composite Material Mechanics, Second Edition (Mechanical Engineering)” Book Review: This book has been designed for students in undergraduate or graduate pursuing mechanical or materials science engineering. It explains computational and analytical experience to a firm foundation of basic concepts and theory. Few Applications of composite mechanics to nanocomposites, composite grid structures and composite sandwich structures are also briefly explained in this book. It discusses elasticity and finite element models. This book also has updated and expanded material property tables, many more example problems. It also contains revised ASTM standard test methods.

6. “Engineering Mechanics, Strength of Materials and Elements of Structural Analysis: 0” by C Venkatramaiah

“Engineering Mechanics, Strength of Materials and Elements of Structural Analysis: 0” Book Review: This book has been designed for students in undergraduate or graduate pursuing mechanical or materials science engineering. This book can be used as a textbook by teachers who are coaching this subject. This book explains force and its systems along with centroid and center of gravity. It also explains other physical theories such as laws of motion, collision, vibrations. This book explains various finite elements in the world of metallurgy. It explains about each metal’s quality and dimensionality along with the strength. It also explains combined flexure and direct stress and long columns and stresses in pressure vessels. Numerical problems which are solved are given in this book for better understanding. Also, it includes non worked out questions for students to work on.

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