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|MATERIAL AND CHEMICAL ENGINEERING
||MATERIALS SELECTION FOR DESIGN AND MANUFACTURING Theory and Practice, 2nd Edition
Author: Joseph Datsko
Description: Providing an analytical approach to selecting the best metal and obtaining optimal properties for and in a fabricated part, this text correlates weldability, formability and machinability with a metals chemical composition through microstructures. It begins with a review of the principles of materials science and offers useful features, such as end-of-chapter problems and a solutions manual.
Table of Content: Materials and manufacturing considerations in product design; the structure of solids; equilibrium phase diagrams; microconstituent diagrams and microstructures; non-equilibrium diagrams and microconstituents; thermal strengthening and costs; mechanical properties; deformation strengthening and formability strength of weldments; machinability of metals. Appendices; conversion factors – US common to SI units; physical properties of some metals; cold work; properties of aluminum; AISI steels; prices; descriptions of the common forming operation; the machining operations.