Treatise on Materials Science and Technology - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780123418050, 9781483218144

Treatise on Materials Science and Technology

1st Edition

Volume 5

Editors: Herbert Herman
eBook ISBN: 9781483218144
Imprint: Academic Press
Published Date: 28th September 1974
Page Count: 304
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Treatise on Materials Science and Technology, Volume 5 covers the areas of thermodynamics, radiation effects, and mechanical properties. The book presents articles on solution thermodynamics; and on a fundamental and applied approach to the study of radiation-induced color centers. The text also includes articles on the basic types of metal fatigue and on the relationship between atomic order and the mechanical properties of alloys. 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 Preface Contents of Previous Volumes Solution Thermodynamics I. Introduction II. Formal Relations for Solutions III. Phase Relations IV. Models for Solid Solutions V. Models for Liquid Solutions VI. Hydrogen-Metal Solutions References Radiation Studies of Materials Using Color Centers I. Introduction II. The Physics of Color Centers III. Radiation Damage in Insulators IV. Applications of Color Centers References Four Basic Types of Metal Fatigue I. The Fatigue Problem II. Experimental Study III. Concluding Survey References The Relationship between Atomic Order and the Mechanical Properties of Alloys I. Introduction II. The Nature of Dislocations in Ordered Alloys III. Effect of Atomic Order on Flow Stress IV. Relationship between Twinning, Fracture, and Atomic Ordering V. Effects of Atomic Order on Fatigue and Creep Behavior VI. Summary and Conclusions References Subject Index


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