Treatise on Materials Science and Technology - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780123418012, 9781483218106

Treatise on Materials Science and Technology

1st Edition

Materials Science Series, Vol. 1

Editors: Herbert Herman
eBook ISBN: 9781483218106
Imprint: Academic Press
Published Date: 28th January 1972
Page Count: 358
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Treatise on Materials Science and Technology, Volume 1 covers the fundamental properties and characterization of materials, ranging from simple solids to complex heterophase systems. The book discusses the energy, kinetics, and topography of interfaces; the fracture of a wide range of composites; and the theory of the propagation of elastic waves through composites. The text also describes the complex nature of substitutional-interstitial interactions in bcc alloys; the dynamics of quantitative metallography; and the science and technology of chemical vapor deposition. Professional scientists and engineers, as well as graduate students in materials science and associated fields will find the book invaluable.

Table of Contents

List of Contributors


On the Energetics, Kinetics, and Topography of Interfaces

I. Introduction

II. Energetics : yc

III. Energetics: ye

IV. Diffuseness : yt

V. Kinetics

VI. Topography


Fracture of Composites

I. Introduction

II. Types of Fracture in Composites

III. Tensile Fracture in Laminates

IV. Compressive Failure in Laminates

V. Fatigue Fracture in Laminates

VI. Discussion and Conclusions

Appendix : Compressive Strength of a Laminate


Theory of Elastic Wave Propagation in Composite Materials

I. Introduction

II. Resumé of the Born-von Karman Theory

III. Model for the Composite

IV. Force Constants for a Composite with Tetragonal Symmetry

V. Dynamical Matrix for a Composite with Tetragonal Symmetry

VI. Dynamical Matrix in the Long Wavelength Limit

VII. Wave Propagation in a General Direction

VIII. Propagation in the xy Plane: Bonding Strength of the Fibers

IX. Propagation in the y æ Plane

X. Composite with Hexagonal Symmetry

XI. Comparison with the Experimental Results for Long Elastic Waves: Calculation of the Fiber Orientation Function 167

XII. Discussion

Appendix A: Operations of the Tetrahedral Point Group

Appendix B: Operations of the Hexagonal Point Group


Substitutional-Interstitial Interactions in bcc Alloys

I. Introduction

II. Background

III. Experimental Results

IV. Analyses and Models

V. Discussion

VI. Summary


The Dynamics of Microstructural Change

I. Introduction

II. The Description of Microstructural State

III. The Path of Microstructural Change

IV. The Dynamics of Microstructural Change

V. Microstructural Changes in Geometrically Simple Systems

VI. Modeling Microstructural Change in Geometrically Complex Systems

VII. Future Development of the Dynamics of Microstructural Change

VIII. Summary

Appendix A: Interface Displacement Equations

Appendix B : Triple Line Displacement Equations

Appendix C : Fundamental Equation for the Evolution of Particle Distribution

Appendix D : Impingement Equations in Nucleation and Growth Processes


Studies in Chemical Vapor Deposition

I. Introduction

II. Kinetics

III. Structural and Annealing Studies

IV. Mechanical Behavior

V. Concluding Remarks


Author Index

Subject Index


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Herbert Herman

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