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Mechanical Properties of Engineered Materials by Wole Soboyejo


 

Contents of Mechanical Properties of Engineered Materials by Wole Soboyejo eBook

1. Overview of Crystal/Defect Construction and Mechanical Properties and Habits

– Introduction.

– Atomic Construction.

– Chemical Bonds.

– Construction of Solids.

– Structural Size Scales: Nanostructure, Microstructure, and Macrostructure.

2. Defect Construction and Mechanical Properties

– Indicial Notation for Atomic Planes and Instructions.

– Defects.

– Thermal Vibrations and Microstructural Evolution.

– Overview of Mechanical Habits.

3. Primary Definitions of Stress and Pressure

– Primary Definitions of Stress.

– Primary Definitions of Pressure.

– Mohr’s Circle of Stress and Pressure.

– Computation of Principal Stresses and Principal Strains.

– Hydrostatic and Deviatoric Stress Parts.

– Pressure Measurement.

– Mechanical Testing.

 

4. Introduction to Elastic Habits

– Causes for Elastic Habits.

– Introduction to Linear Elasticity.

– Principle of Elasticity.

– Introduction to Tensor Notation.

– Generalized Kind of Linear Elasticity.

– Pressure Vitality Density Operate.

5. Introduction to Plasticity

– Bodily Foundation for Plasticity.

– Elastic–Plastic Habits.

– Empirical Stress–Pressure Relationships.

– Considere Criterion.

– Yielding Below Multiaxial Loading.

– Introduction to J2 Deformation Principle.

– Movement and Evolutionary Equations (Constitutive Equations of Plasticity).

6. Introduction to Dislocation Mechanics

– Theoretical Shear Power of a Crystalline Stable.

– Varieties of Dislocations.

– Motion of Dislocations.

– Experimental Observations of Dislocations.

– Stress Fields Round Dislocations.

– Pressure Energies.

– Forces on Dislocations.

– Forces Between Dislocations.

– Forces Between Dislocations and Free Surfaces.

 

7. Dislocations and Plastic Deformation

– Dislocation Movement in Crystals.

– Dislocation Velocity.

– Dislocation Interactions.

– Dislocation Bowing Because of Line Stress.

– Dislocation Multiplication.

– Contributions from Dislocation Density to Macroscopic Pressure.

– Crystal Construction and Dislocation Movement.

– Important Resolved Shear Stress and Slip in Single Crystals.

– Slip in Polycrystals.

– Geometrically Crucial and Statistically Saved Dislocations.

– Dislocation Pile-Ups and Bauschinger Impact.

– Mechanical Instabilities and Anomalous/Serrated Yielding.

8. Dislocation Strengthening Mechanisms

– Dislocation Interactions with Obstacles.

– Stable Answer Strengthening.

– Dislocation Strengthening.

– Grain Boundary Strengthening.

– Precipitation Strengthening.

– Dispersion Strengthening.

– Total Superposition.

9. Introduction to Composites

– Varieties of Composite Materials.

– Rule-of-Combination Principle.

– Deformation Habits of Unidirectional Composites.

– Matrix versus Composite Failure Modes in Unidirectional Composites.

– Failure of Off-Axis Composites.

– Results of Whisker/Fiber Size on Composite Power and Modulus.

– Constituent and Composite Properties.

– Statistical Variations in Composite Power.

 

10. Additional Subjects in Composites

– Unidirectional Laminates.

– Off-Axis Laminates.

– Multiply Laminates.

– Composite Ply Design.

– Composite Failure Standards.

– Shear Lag Principle.

– The Position of Interfaces.

11. Fundamentals of Fracture Mechanics

– Fundamentals of Fracture Mechanics.

– Notch Focus Elements.

– Griffith Fracture Evaluation.

– Vitality Launch Price and Compliance.

– Linear Elastic Fracture Mechanics.

– Elastic–Plastic Fracture Mechanics.

– Fracture Initiation and Resistance.

– Interfacial Fracture Mechanics.

– Dynamic Fracture Mechanics.

12. Mechanisms of Fracture

– Fractographic Evaluation.

– Toughness and Fracture Course of Zones.

– Mechanisms of Fracture in Metals and Their Alloys.

– Fracture of Intermetallics.

– Fracture of Ceramics.

– Fracture of Polymers.

– Fracture of Composites.

– Quantitative Fractography.

– Thermal Shock Response.

 

13. Toughening Mechanisms

– Toughening and Tensile Power.

– Evaluate of Composite Materials.

– Transformation Toughening.

– Crack Bridging.

– Crack-Tip Blunting.

– Crack Deflection.

– Twin Toughening.

– Crack Trapping.

– Microcrack Shielding/Antishielding.

– Linear Superposition Idea.

– Synergistic Toughening Idea.

– Toughening of Polymers.

14. Fatigue of Materials

– Micromechanisms of Fatigue Crack Initiation.

– Micromechanisms of Fatigue Crack Propagation.

– Typical Strategy to Fatigue.

– Differential Strategy to Fatigue.

– Fatigue Crack Development in Ductile Solids.

– Fatigue of Polymers.

 

– Fatigue of Brittle Solids.

– Crack Closure.

– Quick Crack Downside.

– Fatigue Development Legal guidelines and Fatigue Life Prediction.

– Fatigue of Composites.

15. Introduction to Viscoelasticity, Creep, and Creep Crack Development

– Creep and Viscoelasticity in Polymers.

– Mechanical Dumping.

– Temperature Dependence of Time-Dependent Movement in Polymers.

– Introduction to Creep in Metallic and Ceramic Materials.

– Practical Kinds within the Completely different Creep Regimes.

– Secondary Creep Deformation and Diffusion.

– Mechanisms of Creep Deformation.

– Creep Life Prediction.

– Creep Design Approaches.

– Threshold Stress Results.

– Creep in Composite Materials.

– Thermostructural Materials.

– Introduction to Superplasticity.

-Introduction to Creep Harm and Time-Dependent Fracture Mechanics.

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