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Modern Materials: Advances in Development and Applications, Volume 4 provides a comprehensive coverage of the developments, technical information, and utilization of new and improved materials.
This volume covers the presentation of the properties and applications of materials required in moving parts. Chapters are devoted to the discussion of graphite, solid lubricants, plain bearings, high-strength, extra high-strength, and ultrahigh-strength steels, and the effects of radiation on materials.
Materials engineers and engineers concerned with the building and design of mechanical equipments will find this book a valuable reference material.
List of Contributors
Contents of Volume 1
Contents of Volume 2
Contents of Volume 3
Carbon and Graphite
II. Physical Properties of Carbons and Graphites
IV. Recent Developments
Materials As Affected By Radiation
II. Radiation Fundamentals
III. Interaction of Radiation with Materials
IV. Effects of Radiation on Materials
V. Radiation Hazards and Personnel Safety
Materials for Plain Bearings
I. The Role of a Bearing Material
II. Properties Required in Bearing Materials
III. Selection Criteria
IV. Whitemetal Alloys
V. Copper-Base Alloys
VI. Aluminum-Base Alloys
VII. Other Materials for Lubricated Bearings
VIII. Comparative Assessment of Lubricated Materials
IX. Dry Bearings
II. Theory of Lubrication with Solid Lubricants
HI. Resin-Bonded Solid Lubricants
IV. Lubricating Plastics
V. High-Temperature Bonded Films
VI. Other Solid-Type Lubricants
VII. Wear and Other Evaluation Techniques
VIII. Environmental Effects
IX. Current and Future Applications in Industry
High-Strength Constructional Alloy Steels
II. High-Strength Steels
III. Extra-High-Strength Steels
IV. Ultrahigh-Strength Steels
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- © Academic Press 1964
- 1st January 1964
- Academic Press
- eBook ISBN:
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