Best Reference Books – Imperfections in Solids

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

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1. “Imperfections in Crystalline Solids (MRS-Cambridge Materials Fundamentals)” by William D Nix and Wei Cai

“Imperfections in Crystalline Solids (MRS-Cambridge Materials Fundamentals)” Book Review: This book explains the properties of crystalline solids with its imperfection. It describes the fundamental principles of thermodynamics and mechanics. Material science is present in the book. This book discussed their defects, elasticity theory and statistical thermodynamics. Line and planar defects with thermodynamic and kinetic properties are highlighted in this book. This book contains solved exercises at the end of each chapter with matlab programs. This book is very useful for the undergraduate and graduate students in the field of crystal defects.

2. “Interaction Between Defects and Anelastic Phenomena in Solids” by Daniil M Levin and Igor S Golovin

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“Interaction Between Defects and Anelastic Phenomena in Solids” Book Review: This book covers the defects interaction and anelastic phenomena in solids. Different contributions are present in the book.

3. “Buckling of Structures: Theory and Experiment (Studies in Applied Mechanics Book 19)” by J Arbocz and A Libai

“Buckling of Structures: Theory and Experiment (Studies in Applied Mechanics Book 19)” Book Review: This book introduces the mechanics of thin shell structure. It contains topics such as plastic buckling, composite plates, optimum design and panels. Many experiments are shown in the book. This book contains buckling and post buckling behavior with their dynamic loads. It presents the response of thin elastic bodies. This book covers different applications and theories. It is very much suitable for the engineers, students and research workers involved in design and shell structure.

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4. “Theoretical Solid State Physics: International Series of Monographs in Natural Philosophy, Volume 2” by Albert Haug and D Ter Haar

“Theoretical Solid State Physics: International Series of Monographs in Natural Philosophy, Volume 2” Book Review: This book focuses on electron-lattice interaction and lattice imperfections. The book includes information on semiconductor, luminescence and their basic phenomenon. It covers interaction of electrons and lattices, scattering of electrons and radiationless transitions. This book highlights crystal lattice and conduction phenomenon. It mentions the energy spectrum, lattice vibrations with their conductivity. Information on thermoelectric effects in a magnetic field are present in the book. It is useful for the physicists and students in the field of solid state physics.

5. “Mechanics of Solids (U.P. Technical University, Lucknow)” by R K Bansal

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“Mechanics of Solids (U.P. Technical University, Lucknow)” Book Review: This book is basically a second year course of UP technical university. Question papers from different universities are present in the book. Different fundamental concepts and principles are covered in this book. Topics such as theory of failure, castigliano’s theorem and impact load are included in the first unit. The second unit contains leaf springs, columns and struts. Deflection of beams and torsion, beams and unsymmetrical bending are mentioned in the book. Theoritical questions, solved numerical problems and answers are provided in this book.

6. “An Introduction to Mechanics of Solids (In SI Units)” by CRANDALL

“An Introduction to Mechanics of Solids (In SI Units)” Book Review: This book covers the fundamental physical considerations. It explains the mechanics of solids in equilibrium. The book describes how to make idealized models for actual physical situations. The approaches and presentations are mentioned in the book.

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