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  دار جامعة عدن للطباعة والنشر تصدر سلسلة الكتاب الجامعي 9-2017 بعنوانEngineering Materials"Concept& Solved Problems"




أصدرت دار جامعة عدن للطباعة والنشر سلسلة الكتاب الجامعي 9-2017 بعنوان Engineering Materials"Concept& Solved Problems"



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PREFACE

This is the third edition of this textbook whose primary objective is to present the concept of the basic fundamentals of engineering materials on the level appropriate for university/college students who have completed their freshmen calculus, mathematics, chemistry, and physics courses. The second objective is to present the material in a logical order, from the simple to the more complex. The third objective is to present problems and their solutions with the aim of giving the students a very good exercise in using the theoretical knowledge and equations to solve practical problems.

A broad background of engineering materials required by the engineer in the practice of his profession is provided by this textbook ; its content helps the engineer in bringing ideas and designs into reality.

This textbook is intended for use in the different departments (mechanical, electrical, electronic, computer science, civil, and architectural engineering departments) of faculties of engineering in Yemen and abroad. This textbook is also intended for use by students of applied sciences. Postgraduates who have had no previous exposure to the subject should also find this textbook useful.

  The present textbook may be used with or without a laboratory, and rearrangement of chapters is possible to meet specific course requirements.

I wish to acknowledge the assistance I have taken in preparing this book from the large number of textbooks of renewed authors (bibliography given at the end of this book).


April 2017  Shawqi Al-Jaroo

CONTENTS
    Page No.
           Contents    …    I   
           Preface    …    IV   
           Physical Constants    …    V   
           Properties and Structure    …    VI   
           SI Units    …    XII   
           Nomenclature    …    XIII   
           
0.      Introduction    …    1 - 2
       
I.      Equilibrium and Kinetics    …    3 - 16
           
           I.    1.   Basic thermodynamic functions    …    3   
           I.    2.   Configuration entropy    …    4   
           I.    3.   Kinetics of thermal processes     …    5   
           I.    4.   Problems    …    6   
           
II.     Crystal Structure    …    17 - 44
           
           II.   1.  Crystal geometry    …    17   
           II.   2.  Crystal structure    …    22   
           II.   3.  Problems    …    24   
           
III.   Atomic and Molecular Structure    …    45 - 64
           
           III. 1.   Atomic structure    …    45   
           III. 2.   Molecular structure    …    47   
           III. 3.   Problems    …    53   
           
IV.    Structure of Solids    …    65 - 84
           
           IV. 1.   Non-crystalline structure    …    65   
           IV. 2.   Structure of metals and alloys    …    65   
           IV. 3.   Problems    …    67   
           
V.     Crystal Imperfections    …    85 - 100
       
           V.  1.    Point imperfections    …    85
           V.  2.    Line imperfections (dislocations)    …    86
           V.  3.    Surface imperfections    …    87
           V.  4.    Problems    …    88

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VI.   Phase Diagrams    …    101 - 122
       
           VI.    1.  The phase rule    …    101
           VI.    2.  The lever rule    …    102
           VI.    3.  Important phase diagrams    …    103
           VI.    4.  Problems    …    107
       
VII.   Diffusion in Solids    …    123 - 134
       
           VII.  1.   Fick’s laws of diffusion    …    123
           VII.  2.   Applications    …    124
           VII.  3.   Problems    …    127
       
VIII.   Phase Transformation    …    135 - 142
       
           VIII. 1.   Nucleation and Growth    …    135
           VIII. 2.   Time-temperature-transformation curve    …    139
           VIII. 3.   Problems    …    140
       
IX.    Creep and Fracture    …    143 - 152
       
            IX.   1.   Creep    …    143
            IX.   2.   Fracture    …    145
            IX.   3.   Problems    …    148
       
X.     Corrosion and Oxidation    …    153 - 164
       
           X.     1.    Corrosion    …    153
           X.     2.    Oxidation    …    161
           X.     3.    Problems    …    163
       
XI.    Electric and Electronic Materials    …    165 - 190
       
           XI.    1.   Structure    …    165
           XI.    2.   Electrical conduction    …    166
           XI.    3.   Semiconductivity    …    170
           XI.    4.   Dielectric materials    …    183


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XII.   Ceramic Materials    …    191 - 224
       
           XII.   1.   Classification      …    191
           XII.   2.   Structure    …    191
           XII.   3.   Building materials    …    197
       
Bibliography    …    225 - 227