Computers in Materials Technology presents the computer applications in materials technology. It discusses the materials selection in computer data banks of metals and polymers. This book is divided into six sections that address the alloy and composite materials design. This book deals first with the computerized control of alloy steel making and heat treatment; computer-based models for quenching; calculation of carbon and nitrogen profile in carburizing and carbonitriding; digital image analysis in quantitative metallography; and derivation of stereological relationships by computer synthesis of microstructure. Other sections consider the computer-operated methods of calculating phase equilibria and the computer aided modelling of volume fraction determination. These topics are followed by discussions of computer-controlled system for constant amplitude fatigue testing and the calculation of the transformation behavior of steel. The final chapter looks into the necessity of computer computation in the fiber composites application. The book can provide useful information to engineers, scientists, students, and researchers.
Session 1 Materials Selection including Computer Databanks of Metals and Polymers Invited Lecture Computerized Materials Properties Storage Retrieval and Use A Data Bank for Small and Medium-Sized Industries Computer-Aided Materials Selection Discussion Session II Heat Treatment and Hardenability Control of Steels Invited Lecture Computerized Control of Alloy Steel Making and Heat Treatment How, Why and When Will the Computed Quench Simulation Be Useful for Steel Heat Treaters Computer-Based Models for Quenching Contribution to the Calculation of the Transformation Behavior of Steel Calculation of Carbon and Nitrogen Profiles in Carburizing and Carbonitriding Discussion Session III Alloy Design and Composite Materials Design Invited Lecture Quantitative Microstructural Engineering in the Design of Steels The Need for Computer Calculations in the Applications of Advanced Fiber Composites Discussion Session IV Quantitative Metallography Invited Lecture Digital Image Analysis in Quantitative Metallography Image Analysis with a plus The Inclusion Size Distribution - A Key Parameter in Quantitative Metallography by Image Analysis Computer Aided Modeling of Volume Fraction Determination On the Use of Computer Supported Metallography Derivation of Stereological Relationships by Computer Synthesis of Microstructures The Quantitative Metallography of Weld Metal Microstructures Discussion Session V Phase Diagram Calculations Invited Lecture Computer-Operated Methods of Calculating Phase Equilibria Thermodynamic Equilibria Calculations in the System Si-Al-C-B-Zr-O-N-Ar Discussion Session VI General Session Assessment of Elevated Temperature Strength Data for the Determinat
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- 1st January 1981
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