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Animations (from: Essential of Modern Materials Science, James Newell, Wiley):

1 Metallic Bond, Eectron Sea J Newell 19 Phase Transformatopn and Graion Growth J Newell
2 Homogeneous Nucleasition J Newell 20 Electrochemical Cell J Newell
3 Htrogeneous Nucleation Leading to Grain Growth J Newell 21 Polymer Movement Near the Glass Transition J Newell
4 Edge Dislocation J Newell 22 Addition Polymerize J Newell
5 Screw Dislocation J Newell 23 Condensation J Newell
6 Tensile Test J Newell 24 Extruder J Newell
7 Bend Test J Newell 25 Wire Coating J Newell
8 Brinell Test J Newell 26 Injectio Molding J Newell
9 Charpy Test J Newell 27 Sintering J Newell
10 Forming Operations: Forging J Newell 28 Cement Formation J Newell
11 Forming Operations: Rolling J Newell 29 Pultrusion J Newell
12 Formig Operations: Extrusion J Newell 30 Wet Welding J Newell
13 Forming Operations: Drawing J Newell 31 Prepregging J Newell
14 Loading-Unloading J Newell 32 Electric Field J Newell
15 Recovery J Newell 33 Forward Bias J Newell
16 Interstitial Diffusion J Newell 34 Photoresist J Newell
17 Vacancy Diffusion J Newell 35 Dialysis J Newell
18 Segregation J Newell  




From: The Science and Engineering of Materials, 4th ed Donald R. Askeland – Pradeep P. Phulé (Power Point's):




From: Fundamentals of Materials and Engineering, William D. Callister Jr (Power Point's):

Ch 1   Introduction
Ch 2   Atomic Structure and Interatomic Bonding
Ch 3   Structures of Metals and Ceramic
Ch 4   Polymer Structures
Ch  Imperfections in Solids
Ch 6   Diffusion
Ch 7   Mechanical Properties
Ch 8   Deformation and Strengthening Mechanisms
Ch 9   Failure
Ch 10 Phase Diagrams
Ch 11 Phase Transformations
Ch 12 Electrical Properties
Ch 13 Types and Applications of Materials
Ch 14 Synthesis, Fabrication, and Processing of Materials
Ch 15 Composites
Ch 16 Corrosion and Degradation of Materials
Ch 17 Thermal Properties
Ch 18 Magnetic Properties
Ch 19 Optical Properties
Ch 20 Materials Selection and Design Considerations



Materials Selection Charts

Materials Selection Charts, M. Ashby:



1 Young's Modulus, E, against density,ρ 10 Expansion coefficient, α, against T-conductivity, λ
2 Strength, σF, against density,ρ 11 Linear thermal coefficient, α, Young's Modulus, E
3 Fracture toughness, Klc, against density,ρ 12 Normal strength, σt, against linear expansion coefficient, α
4 Spesific modulus, E/ρ, against strength, σF 13 Normalized strength, σt/E, against linear expansion coefficient, α
5 Spesific modulus, E/ρ, against specific strength, σF 14 Young's Modulus, E, against relative cost, C
6 Fracture toughness, Klc, against Young's Modulus, E 15 Strength, σt, against relative cost, C
7 Fracture toughness, Klc, against strength, σF 16 Dry wear rate against maximum bearing pressure, Pmax
8 Loss coefficient, η, against Young's Modulus, E 17 Young's Modulus, E, against energy content, qρ
9 Thermal conductivity, λ, aginst thermal diffusivity, a 18 Strength, σt, against energy content, qρ



Process Selection Charts

Process Selection Charts, M. Ashby:





P1 The material-process matrix P5 The shape-process matrix
P2 Hardness, H, against melting temperature, Tm P6 Comlexity against volume, V
P3 Volume, V, against slenderness, S P7 Tolerance range, T, against RMS surface roughness, R
P4 The shape classification scheme    






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