By K.M. Gupta
Introduces rising Engineering Materials
Mechanical, fabrics, and creation engineering scholars can drastically make the most of Engineering fabrics: learn, functions and Advances. this article focuses seriously on learn, and fills a necessity for present info at the technological know-how, procedures, and functions within the box. starting with a short evaluate, the ebook presents a ancient and glossy point of view on fabric technology, and describes a number of different types of engineering fabrics. It examines the economic technique for rising fabrics, determines functional use lower than quite a lot of stipulations, and establishes what's had to produce a brand new iteration of materials.
Covers uncomplicated suggestions and functional Applications
The booklet involves 18 chapters and covers quite a few subject matters that come with functionally graded fabrics, auxetic fabrics, whiskers, metal glasses, biocomposite fabrics, nanomaterials, superalloys, superhard fabrics, shape-memory alloys, and clever fabrics. the writer outlines the newest developments, together with futuristic plastics, sandwich composites, and biodegradable composites, and highlights detailed forms of composites, together with fire-resistant composites, marine composites, and biomimetics. He additionally elements in present examples, destiny customers, and the most recent examine underway in fabrics technology.
- comprises nearly a hundred and sixty diagrams and eighty five tables
- accommodates examples, illustrations, and functions utilized in quite a few engineering disciplines
- comprises solved numerical examples and target questions with answers
Engineering fabrics: study, purposes and Advances serves as a textbook and reference for advanced/graduate scholars in mechanical engineering, fabrics engineering, creation engineering, physics, and chemistry, and appropriate researchers and working towards execs within the box of fabrics technology.
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