Best Reference Books – Metallurgical Failure Analysis

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

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1. “Analysis of Metallurgical Failures” by Vito J Colangelo and Francis A Heiser

“Analysis of Metallurgical Failures, 2nd Edition 2nd Edition” Book Review: This is designed for undergraduate students. It helps understand to determine the validity of products by analysing metallurgical failures. The book highlights the new features in electron microscopy. Fracture techniques and mechanisms have also been explained. Destructive and non-destructive techniques along with its applications, advantages and much more is contained in this book. The problems are addressed from both a physical and mechanical viewpoint.

2. “Analysis of Metallurgical Failures” by COLANGELO
3. “Metallurgical Failure Analysis” by Charlie R Brooks and Ashok Choudhury

“Metallurgical Failure Analysis 1St Edition” Book Review: This book is designed for those involved in the design, installation, or operation of machines or structural components. The book provides the best techniques to identify the causes of failure in metal parts.

4. “Metallurgical Science for Failure Analysis and Nde Engineers (Including Descriptive Thermodynamics)” by J W Bell

“Metallurgical Science for Failure Analysis and NDE Engineers (Including Descriptive Thermodynamics)” Book Review: This book is designed to be used for undergraduate students of metallurgy as a one semester text. The principles governing metallurgy are given in simple language along with a number of examples. The book begins with reviewing the key concepts. The following sections cover the three primary metallic crystals and electrochemical corrosion. The book details thermodynamics. With a no. of formulas, it assumes basic knowledge of algebra.

5. “Metallurgical Failure Analysis: Techniques and Case Studies” by Kannadi Palankeezhe Balan

“Metallurgical Failure Analysis: Techniques and Case Studies 1st Edition” Book Review: this book is designed for scientists, metallurgists, engineers, quality control inspectors, professors and students. The book analyses the causes and the ways to avoid failures. The fundamentals of failure analysis is covered in this book. The book examines 37 case studies for the purpose of illustrations. Case studies are also organised depending on the various causes of failure for better understanding. Case studies range from improper material selection, manufacturing defects etc.

6. “Investigating Mechanical Failures: The metallurgist’s approach” by R B Ross

“Investigating Mechanical Failures: The metallurgist’s approach 1995th Edition” Book Review: The book talks about mechanical failures. The book contains information about how to clearly and in an understandable language.

7. “Metallurgy Fundamentals: Ferrous and Nonferrous” by Daniel A Brandt and J C Warner

“Metallurgy Fundamentals: Ferrous and Nonferrous” Book Review: This book provides students with the fundamentals of metallurgy. The text is presented in an easy and clear language. A no. of illustrations have also been presented for better understandable. Over 450 tables and examples are also included in this text.

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