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Engineering Materials. Msc. Shaymaa Mahmood. 1. Introduction to Eng. Materials: Since the earliest days of the evolution of mankind, the main distinguishing. edition of the book, a number of such engineering materials have appeared The materials available to engineers for structural applications embrace an. The materials science and engineering (MSE) tetrahedron that represents this approach is sho wn in the upper right corner. (Illustrations Courtesy of J.
Mohanty M. The blades are made of alloys atomic-scale mixtures of atoms of nickel or other metals and are in wide commercial use. Upon reheating As discussed in Chapter 4. Information that was once carried electrically through copper wires is now being carried optically. One of the major challenges in the area of microelectronics lies in miniaturization and fabrication of these devices.
This technique allows students to get a view of the forest before they begin to focus on individual trees. The ongoing case also permits us to form bridges between the important aspects of the course within a context that is familiar to most students. We recommend strongly that the instructor have the students read this chapter even if the schedule does not permit its inclusion in lecture. The design chapter contains 10 case studies and addresses issues such as life-cycle cost analysis, material and process selection, nuclear waste disposal, inspection criteria, failure analysis, and risk assessment and product liability.
Each chapter begins with a motivational insert called Materials in Action. This feature is designed to introduce the reader to the important ideas in the chapter through an interesting real-world situation.
Examples include a description of how adding 0. The CD-ROM contains a phase diagram tool and over 30 animations designed to help the reader gain an understanding of some of the visual concepts in the book. In addition, the CD-ROM contains all of the photomicrographs in the text, and a series of interactive example problems. For example, in the portions of Chapter 7 on phase diagrams students can select a state point on a phase diagram and have the software help them determine the phases present, the compositions of the phases, and their relative amounts.
Every illustration on the CDROM is directly linked to an illustration, concept, or problem in the text. Over new homework problems have been added throughout the text. The majority of the chapters contain several design problems i. We have added an eight-page full color insert near the center of the book.
This feature allows us to illustrate several important applications of materials science and engineering that simply are not easily described with either words or two-color illustrations. The entire book has been redesigned for enhanced readability. In particular, the use of the icons illustrated below permits the reader to quickly identify several important features of the second edition: We would like to express our sincere thanks to those of you who spotted problems and pointed them out to us.
The book is better for your efforts, and if you have additional suggestions for how to improve the text we would be happy to hear them. A Web site for the book can be found at http: It contains information about the book and its supplements, Web links, and teaching resources. The book has been greatly improved by this process and we owe each reviewer a sincere debt of gratitude.
John R. Ambrose, Robert Baron, Ronald R. Bierderman, Samuel A. Bradford, George L. Cahen, Jr. Clarson, Diana Farkas, David R. Gaskell, A. Jeffrey Giacomin, Charles M. Gilmore, David S. Grummon, Ian W. Hall, Craig S. Phillip L. Jones, Dae Kim, David B.
Knorr, D. Bruce Masson, John C. Matthews, Masahiro Meshii, Robert W. Messler, Jr. Northwood, Mark R. Plichta, Richard L. Porter, John E. Ritter, David A. Thomas, Peter A. Thrower, Jack L. Tomlinson, Alan Wolfenden, Ernest G. The reviewers for the second edition are: Mackin, Arumugam Manthiram, Walter W.
Milligan, Monte J. The authors would also like to thank the members of the editorial team: Our approach is to employ a common solution technique for every homework problem.
The procedure includes the following steps: What are you looking for? What information is supplied in the problem statement? What are the limits on this analysis? What geometrical information is required? A detailed step-by-step procedure. How can this solution be applied to other similar situations and what alternative solution techniques might be appropriate?
The solutions manual is available to adopters of the text.
Schaffer Ashok Saxena Stephen D. Antolovich Thomas H. A Modern Approach 9. Optical Waveguides Process Selection for a Steel Plate Contents xix Volume Fraction. Cost Consideration in Materials Selection Development of Lead-Free. Mask Selection for Doping of Si Wafers Failure in a Polyethylene Pipe Inspection Criterion for Large Industrial Fans Free-Cutting Copper Alloy The ability to develop and use materials is fundamental to the advancement of any society.
In that same report it was further stated that advanced materials are the building blocks of technology. Congress authored by some of the most distinguished educators and scientists in the country. Everything Americans use is composed of materials. National Academy Press.
The impact of materials extends beyond products. In this text we will explore how that is done by engineers to improve the well-being of mankind. Advanced materials and processing methods have become essential to the enhancement of [the] quality of life. When processed in particular ways. Reprinted from Materials Science and Engineering for the s: Maintaining Competitiveness in the Age of Materials. The centrality of materials to advanced technical societies was recognized in a recent report to the U.
Mastering the development. Advanced materials are the building blocks of advanced technologies. National Research Council. They are the tools for addressing urgent problems. In Japan. For example. The chapter concludes with examples of some of the exciting opportunities and challenges that lie ahead in the areas of mechanical.
Cyril Stanley Smith. The structure of the hard and soft areas mottled regions can be seen along the edge from the tip to the midpoint. MIT Press. In one process. A Search for Structure: Selected Essays on Science. Since engineering is essentially an applied activity. In the remainder of this chapter.
Our goal in following this approach is to enable students to develop a fundamental understanding of material behavior that will help prepare them for a rapidly changing. Two methods were used to fabricate such swords. In doing this. We will introduce the importance of the relationships between structure. The smoothly waving outline was produced by polishing and the contrast enhanced by lighting. Chapter 1 Materials Science and Engineering 5 clear.
Englewood Cliffs. One prominent example lies with the U. Further improvements are being made as composites and ceramics are substituted for conventional materials.
This example illustrates one of the key principles of materials science and engineering— the intimate link between structure. Prentice Hall. Ceramic tiles. During reentry. The result has been an electronics revolution that produced products such as computers. Similarly fabricated weapons in the Middle East provided one basis for the spread of the Syrian empire. The result of either processing method was a novel layered metal structure.
The approximate temperature distribution developed on the surface of the space shuttle during reentry is shown in Figure 1. The role of materials in the exploration of space is of central importance.
Selection of Engineering Materials. Another area where materials provide the springboard for advance is the aerospace industry. More recently. These temperatures. Weapons produced from metals with this new structure gave their possessors a great advantage in battle. Engineering is the profession in which a knowledge of the mathematical and natural sciences gained by study.
Information that was once carried electrically through copper wires is now being carried optically. Another example of materials providing the vehicle to technological breakthrough occurs in telecommunications. Without such materials. This is an example of the way our highest aspirations are realized through our practical ability to develop and work with advanced materials. The rings represent areas having different indices of refraction. The tiles are coated with a layer of black borosilicate glass to both insulate the surface and radiate thermal energy from the shuttle.
In fact. Using this technology has increased the speed and volume of information that can be carried by orders of magnitude over what is possible using copper cable. When the preform is drawn. The centrality of materials to the economic well-being of the United States has been pointed out in the National Research Council study entitled Materials Science and Engineering for the s—Maintaining Competitiveness in the Age of Materials.
The engineer often employs an intuitive. In other words. In addition. In choosing the best material for the job. Something may have a high initial cost. In carrying out a job. It is also important for the engineer to realize that choice of materials cannot be made on the basis of a single property. Materials play a key role in the life-cycle cost of a part. The engineer must have a good business sense.
It is important to have a clear understanding of what is meant by the word cost. Alternatively stated. While the initial cost of these items is relatively high. Engineering is essentially an integrating activity. Important differences exist between the functions and approaches of engineers and scientists. It does not simply refer to the initial cost of an item.
An approach that considers the lifetime of the component or assembly is commonly referred to as life-cycle cost analysis. Factors such as reliability. We can also see that an engineer is not only an applied scientist but much more.
In fact.. In our discussion in this chapter and throughout the book we will emphasize that the properties of a material are related to its structure. While we will study this example in depth later in the text.
While the properties of a material are related to its structure.
Extensive and in some cases exclusive use of metals occurs in automobiles. By understanding the similarities and differences among these classes of materials. As an example of this important concept. In the next chapter we will see that the material structure on each of these size scales can be used to understand and explain certain materials properties.
If slowly cooled from a high temperature. Why are materials arranged in the groups listed above? If the same steel is quenched i. These regular repeating structures. These materials are made by combining other often conventional materials.
Metals are excellent conductors of electricity. This set of mechanical and physical properties makes metals one of the most important classes of materials for both electrical and structural applications. Optical properties are of major importance in glass and may be controlled through composition and processing.
Safety glass is simply glass that has been subjected to a thermal cycle that leaves the surface in a state of compression and thereby resistant to cracking. Chapter 1 Materials Science and Engineering 9 The basic understanding of metals and their properties is advanced. This brittleness generally limits their use as structural materials.
While some improvement in properties can be obtained through PM. Ionic and covalent bonds are extremely strong. An important reason for using PM processing is reduced fabrication costs.
Many but not all ceramics are crystalline. Some ceramics are not crystalline. They are thus ideal in high-temperature applications such as the space shuttle. As a result. They are generally poor conductors of electricity. In addition the thermal and mechanical properties of glass can also be controlled. Two examples are: The most common example is window glass. One familiar example is spark plugs. Rather than bend to accommodate such forces. Some current and potential applications for ceramic materials with a large economic impact are listed below: The blades are made of alloys atomic-scale mixtures of atoms of nickel or other metals and are in wide commercial use.
Since they contain common elements and are relatively easy to synthesize. The Cl atom will restrict the chain mobility more than an H atom but less than a benzene ring. This means that it is generally easy for the chains to slide by one another when forces are applied and the strength is thus relatively low.
They have thus replaced metals for molded parts in automobiles and aircraft applications. Figure 1. Chains are usually bonded to each other. An example of a common polymer with a simple structure. A leathery material is produced with somewhat intermediate properties between polyethylene and polystyrene. The bonds within the backbone are all covalent. The mer or basic repeating unit in the polymer is the C2 H4 group. Improving the current-carrying capacity and connection technology are essential for widespread application of these materials.
These three polymers illustrate the fundamental principle. Because of these properties. They have a low density in part because of the light elements from which they are constituted and are easily formed into complex shapes.
If the benzene group in polystyrene is replaced with a Cl atom intermediate in size between H and the benzene ring. Like metals and ceramics. Common elements within the chain backbone include C. The materials in this application are Si3 N4 or SiC processed to have some ability to resist brittle fracture. New York. Agarwal and Lawrence J. The epoxy. Bhagwan D. Some current and potential applications for polymers include the following: This polymer has the same basic structure as the polyethylene shown in Figure 1.
Many tennis rackets. Examples include plywood. Because of their brittleness. Analysis and Performance of Fiber Composites. In this composite. As a result of the larger side group. Such a composite. Some exciting new developments and possibilities for composites include the following: This ability to tailor properties. In addition to the sporting goods described above.
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The commercial importance of semiconductors. For these materials to exhibit the level of reproducibility of properties required by the microelectronics industry.
The previous discussion on composites focused on materials used for structural applications. Courtesy of the National Academy Press. While the technology for optical communication has already been developed. It should be understood that microelectronic devices are essentially composites in which a host of radically different property requirements means that different classes of materials metallic conductors.
In some ways semiconductors are a subclass of ceramics. It is believed. One of the major challenges in the area of microelectronics lies in miniaturization and fabrication of these devices. Copyright by the National Academy of Sciences. Chapter 1 Materials Science and Engineering 13 1. Here it is clear that many of the components of this composite structure are of submicron size! Note the very small size of some of the features on these devices. Some present and future applications for semiconductors and microelectronic devices are listed below: Reprinted with permission from Materials Science and Engineering for the s: Maintaining Competitiveness in the Age of Materials..
Electrical conductivities are given in Table 1. Note the enormous range of materials and electrical properties that are available to an engineer.
In the following sections. They are also often involved with the development of new materials. This will result in smaller. Electrical Properties Perhaps the most basic electrical property of a material is its conductivity.
Mechanical Properties Many engineers must design structures that will be subjected to mechanical loads. Materials engineers frequently function as part of an interdisciplinary design team or serve as consultants to other engineers in the selection of materials. In this way the electrical and mechanical components are intimately linked in a manner that leads to decreased size as well as increased reliability and device performance.
The materials used are selected on the basis of properties that are particularly important for the intended application. A similar amount of money to that lost from catastrophic failure is also lost from corrosion. The mechanical component an accelerometer recognizes the rapid deceleration and initiates an electrical signal that results in the deployment of the air bag. For metals. An example of this technology is the device used to trigger air bags in many automobiles. Chapter 1 Materials Science and Engineering 15 quite different for semiconductors such as silicon.
As shown in Table 1. Increasing temperature usually decreases the strength of most engineering materials. Effects of the Environment The environment in which materials are used is a factor that must always be kept in mind. An example of oxide formation and oxide penetration into a bulk material is shown in Figure 1. The electrical properties of polymers can be largely affected by impurities. These semiconductors are used to fabricate electrical devices such as transistors that are revolutionizing the electronics and telecommunications industries.
The controlled addition of small amounts of impurities to elements such as Si and Ge is the basis for producing modern semiconductors. Materials Science and Engineering: An Introduction. TABLE 1. While there are some important exceptions to this general rule. The addition of even a small amount of phosphorus can increase the conductivity by many orders of magnitude. Increased temperature also usually has the effect of speeding up surface reactions with materials.
In this context.
These two critical chapters develop the methods for controlling the structure of a material on the microscopic level. Note that the oxide has formed on the surface and penetrated into the underlying metal. Part I. Microstructural Development.. In Chapter 15 we will learn that there are many other ways in which materials interact with their environment. The concepts of phase diagrams and transformation kinetics are the central themes in this part of the text.
In one mechanism. The third part of the book focuses on the engineering properties of the various classes of materials. Oxide Metal Corrosion is a very complex phenomenon that manifests itself in a number of ways.
In Part II. Important topics include atomic bonding. Cartridges whose shells were made of brass were stored in damp areas and failed when they were put into use.
A well-known example of this occurred during the British rule of India. La Fatigue des Mate riaux. Issues such as pollution and recycling will be recurring themes throughout this text. Bathias and J. The oxide is brittle and degrades the mechanical properties of the alloy. Table 1. It is in the properties section of the text that the integrated approach to materials engineering becomes most apparent.
The process is repeated class by class until all the topics have been introduced. That is. While the majority of the entries in this matrix of topics are covered in most introductory materials engineering courses.
This progression offers several advantages. For this reason we have elected to package the material in Part III by property class rather than by material class. It is also convenient for those students planning to specialize in a single class of materials. This characteristic adds some mathematical complexity to the problem. We believe. Be honest and realistic in stating claims or estimates from available data. Article III Members shall. Various branches of engineering have developed codes of ethics to address fundamental issues.
In the pursuit of their profession. Support and participate in the activities of their professional societies. Maintain their professional skills at the level of the state of the art. Act as faithful agents or trustees for their employers or clients in professional and business matters. Accept responsibility for their actions. Treat fairly all colleagues and co-workers. Article I Members shall maintain high standards of diligence.
Assist colleagues and co-workers in their professional development. Encourage colleagues and co-workers to act in accord with this Code and support them when they do so. For this reason. Article II Members shall.
Inform their employers Engineers who understand the link between material structure Protect the safety Article IV Members shall.. Assist and advise their employers or clients in anticipating the possible consequences Chapter 1 Materials Science and Engineering 19 3. This book is devoted to helping scientists and engineers to better understand and use materials. The major classes of materials are metals.. Seek to extend public knowledge and appreciation of the profession and its achievements Neither give nor accept Contribute professional advice..
There is an intimate link between the chemical and physical structure of materials and their mechanical. To achieve this goal For the most part As discussed in Chapter 4. Lenses are made from glasses. As an example. The camcorder housing parts must be light and easily formed into intricate shapes. The job of the materials engineer. The hardness of glass.
Camcorders must be light and compact yet sturdy. In other solids. A camcorder also contains a large number of electronic components. We will learn that in some solids. Since crystals contain large numbers of atoms—one gram contains on the order of atoms—defects in the atomic arrangement are inevitable.
These components are made from polymers composed of molecular chains of light elements that are loosely packed together resulting in a low-density material. Since the molecular chains are attached to each other by weak secondary bonds.
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The surface of the fabricated PPy thin film has a well-organized structure of a pretzel shape. In article number , Manfred Wilhelm and co-workers present studies on the molecular dynamics, morphology, and flow behavior of crystallizing polymers. Material properties are correlated on broad length and time scales by using hyphenations of rheology and in-situ nuclear magnetic resonance, small angle X-ray scattering, and optical microscopy. Chatham Callie E.
Zawaski Daniel C. Bobbitt Robert B. Moore Timothy E. Long Christopher B. However, these polymers are prone to failure by warping during manufacture due to the sudden and severe volume change that occurs during crystallization. PPM retains its fluorescent properties for all forms and exhibits an inherently high refractive index of about 1.
Therefore, it is a promising candidate for a variety of applications such as plastic optical fibers, antireflective coatings, light emitting diodes, thermal insulators, separation membranes, or encapsulation systems. Abstract Front Cover: Biofibres, biodegradable polymers and biocomposites: An overview A. Mohanty M. Misra G.