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|MATERIAL AND CHEMICAL ENGINEERING
||Mahmoud M. Farag
||MATERIALS AND PROCESS SELECTION FOR ENGINEERING DESIGN Second Edition
Author: Mahmoud M. Farag
Description: This student–friendly text illustrates how to balance design, materials, process selection, and economic and environmental analysis to optimize manufacturing processes for a given component. Following an overview of product design and development, the book first discusses types of failure and ways to minimize it. Then it examines how material selection and manufacturing processes influence engineering design. The third part integrates technical and economic aspects of material selection. New and revised topics in this edition include new design considerations, environmental impact assessments, life cycle and recycling economics, and materials substitution.
Table of Content: Product Design and Development in the Industrial Enterprise. Performance of Materials in service. Failure under Mechanical Loading, Environmental Degradation, Selection of Materials to Resist Failure, Relationship between Design, Materials and Manufacturing Processes. The Nature of Engineering Design. Effect of Materials properties on Design. Effect of Manufacturing Processes on Design. Selection and Substitution of Materials in Industry. Economics and Environmental Impact of Materials and Processes. The Materials Selection process. Materials Substitution. Case studies in Materials selection and Substitution. Appendices, Introduction, Appendix AComposition and Properties of Selected, Engineering Materials. Appendix B Conversion of Units and Hardness values. Appendix C Glossary, Index.