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Physical Metallurgy: Principles and Design

Physical Metallurgy: Principles and Design

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Wydawnictwo Taylor & Francis Ltd
Data wydania 31/01/2018
Liczba stron 476
Forma publikacji książka w twardej oprawie
Poziom zaawansowania Dla szkół wyższych i kształcenia podyplomowego
ISBN 9781138627680
Kategorie Inżynieria: pojęcia ogólne, Technologia metali i metalurgiczna, Nauka o materiałach
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Opis książki

Physical metallurgy is one of the main fields of metallurgical science dealing with the development of the microstructure of metals in order to achieve desirable properties required in technological applications. Physical Metallurgy: Principles and Design focuses on the processing-structure-properties triangle as it applies to metals and alloys. It introduces the fundamental principles of physical metallurgy and the design methodologies for alloys and processing. The first part of the book discusses the structure and change of structure through phase transformations. The latter part of the books deals with plastic deformation, strengthening mechanisms, and mechanical properties as they relate to structure. The book also includes a chapter on physical metallurgy of steels and concludes by discussing the computational tools, involving computational thermodynamics and kinetics, to perform alloy and process design.

Physical Metallurgy: Principles and Design

Spis treści

Chapter 1 Introduction


1.1 What is Physical Metallurgy


1.2 The Aim of the Book


1.3 Who Should Read this Book


1.4 Book Structure


1.5 How to Read the Book





Chapter 2 Structure of Metals


2.1 Introduction


2.2 Crystalline vs. Amorphous Materials


2.3 The Crystal Lattice


2.4 The Crystal Structure of Metals


2.5 Allotropy


2.6 Crystal Structure Effects


2.7 Solid Solutions


2.8 Intermetallic Compounds and Intermediate Phases


2.9 A First Look at the Microstructure of Alloys


2.10 Thermodynamics and Kinetics of Structure


2.11 Synopsis


2.12 Review Questions





Chapter 3 Structural Imperfections


3.1 Introduction


3.2 Point Defects


3.3 Linear Imperfections - Dislocations


3.4 Interfaces


3.5 Synopsis


3.6 Review Questions





Chapter 4 Alloy Thermodynamics and Phase Diagrams


4.1 Introduction


4.2 Free Energy of Pne-component Systems (Pure Metals)


4.3 Free Energy of Solid Solutions


4.4 Chemical Potential and Thermodynamic Equilibrium


4.5 The Gibbs Phase Rule


4.6 Equilibrium Phase Diagrams in Binary Systems


4.7 Examples of Phase Diagrams


4.8 Case study: Solder Alloys - The Pb-Sn Phase Diagram


4.9 Synopsis


4.10 Review Questions





Chapter 5 Diffusion


5.1 Introduction


5.2 Diffusion Mechanisms


5.3 Fick's First Law of Diffusion - The Diffusion Coefficient


5.4 Random Walk and Diffusion


5.5 Fick's Second Law of Diffusion


5.6 Temperature Dependence of Diffusion


5.7 Thermodynamics and Diffusion


5.8 Substitutional Diffusion


5.9 Irreversible Thermodynamics and Diffusion


5.10 Effects of Diffusion


5.11 Analytical Solutions to the Diffusion Equation


5.12 Numerical Methods - Computational Kinetics


5.13 Synopsis


5.14 Review Questions





Chapter 6 Phase Transformations


6.1 Introduction


6.2 Nucleation and Growth Transformations (NGT)


6.3 Nucleation


6.4 Growth


6.5 Overall rate of Concurrent Nucleation and Growth


6.6 Coarsening


6.7 Continuous Transformations


6.8 Martensitic Transformations


6.9 Effects of Phase Transformations


6.10 Synopsis


6.11 Review Questions





Chapter 7 Plastic Deformation and Annealing


7.1 Introduction


7.2 Mechanisms of Plastic Deformation


7.3 Deformation of Single Crystals by Slip


7.4 Deformation in Polycrystals


7.5 Strain Hardening


7.6 Mechanical Twinning


7.7 Annealing


7.8 Texture in Polycrystalline Metals


7.9 Synopsis


7.10 Review Questions





Chapter 8 Strengthening Mechanisms


8.1 Introduction


8.2 Slip as a Thermally Activated Process


8.3 Overview of Strengthening Mechanisms


8.4 Lattice Resistance


8.5 Solid Solution Strengthening


8.6 Grain Boundary Strengthening


8.7 Precipitation Strengthening


8.8 Implications of Strengthening Mechanisms


8.9 Synopsis


8.10 Review Questions





Chapter 9 Fracture, Fatigue and Creep of Metals


9.1 Introduction - Mechanical Behavior of Metals


9.2 Fracture


9.3 Fatigue


9.4 Creep


9.5 Synopsis


9.6 Review Questions





Chapter 10 Physical Metallurgy of Steels


10.1 Introduction


10.2 Phases in Steels


10.3 The Fe-C phase Diagram


10.4 Alloying Elements in Steels


10.5 Phase Transformations in Steels


10.6 Hardenability


10.7 Tempering of Martensite


10.8 Heat Treatment of Steel


10.9 Case Studies in Steels


10.10Synopsis


10.11Review Questions





Chapter 11 Alloy Design


11.1 Introduction


11.2 The Alloyneering Methodology for Alloy Design


11.3 Simulation Framework


11.4 Simulation Examples


11.5 Alloy Design: Medium Mn Steels


11.6 Process Design: Multi-pass Hot Rolling of Steels


11.7 Synopsis


Index

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