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Metals and Alloys Oxide Semiconductors for Solar Energy Conversion Titanium Dioxide Janusz Nowotny University of Western Sydney, Australia Series: Green Chemistry and Chemical Engineering

“The present book provides a comprehensive survey of defect chemistry and defect-related properties of oxides, including electronic structure, charge transport, diffusion, and segregation. … [This] book is probably the only survey on semiconducting and photocatalytic properties of TiO2 at present, particularly with respect to inclusion of the importance of defect chemistry. The research of the author in this area has attracted the prestigious award of the International Association for Hydrogen Energy. This book should be welcomed by the large research community interested in oxide semiconductors in general and TiO2 in particular, as well as the growing community interested in photocatalysis.” —Professor Eric D. Wachsman, University of Maryland

“This book of Prof. Nowotny is addressing the increasingly urgent need for a treatise on oxide semiconductors in general and TiO2-based semiconductors in particular. … This book, which is the first extensive survey on the science of TiO2, will be of great help to the research community involved in the studies of the properties of TiO2.” —Professor Sebastian Fiechter, Helmholtz-Centre Berlin for Materials and Energy

Oxide semiconductors, including titanium dioxide (TiO2), are increasingly being considered as replacements for silicon in the development of the next generation of solar cells. Oxide Semiconductors for Solar Energy Conversion: Titanium Dioxide presents the basic properties of binary metal oxide semiconductors and the performance-related properties of TiO2 as they relate to solar energy. The book provides a general background on oxide semiconductors based on binary oxides and their solid solutions, including electronic and ionic conductors. It covers several aspects of solid-state electrochemistry of oxides, such as defect chemistry, and defect-related properties, such as electrical properties, diffusion, segregation, and reactivity. The author also takes a pioneering approach in considering bulk versus surface semiconducting properties, showing how they are different due to the effect of segregation. One of the first on semiconducting, photocatalytic, and photoelectrochemical properties of TiO2 and its solid solutions with donor- and acceptor-type ions, the book discusses defect chemistry of TiO2 in terms of defect equilibria and defect-related properties, including electrical properties, self and chemical diffusion, surface properties, segregation, and reactivity and photoreactivity with oxygen, water, and microbial agents. The

text also illustrates the use of TiO2 as an emerging material for solar energy conversion systems, including the generation of hydrogen fuel by photoelectrochemical water splitting, the photocatalytic purification of water, and the generation of photovoltaic electricity. In addition, it presents defect disorder diagrams for the formation of TiO2-based semiconductors with controlled properties. Encompassing the areas of solid-state science, surface chemistry, and photocatalysis, this book reflects the increasing awareness of the importance of structural imperfections, such as point defects, in understanding the properties of metal oxides, specifically TiO2-based semiconductors. • Presents a comprehensive survey on the properties of oxide semiconductors, including defect chemistry, electrical properties, diffusion, segregation, and reactivity • Compares surface versus bulk semiconducting properties of oxide • Provides the first treatise on TiO2 semiconductors, covering structure, nonstoichiometry, anisotropy, defect equilibria, defect diagrams, electrical properties, diffusion, segregation, surface properties, reactivity, and photoreactivity • Discusses the photocatalytic purification of water using solar energy • Describes the photoelectrochemical generation of hydrogen fuel by water splitting Catalog no. K12157, September 2011 424 pp., ISBN: 978-1-4398-4839-5 $259.95 / £165.00 Also available as eBook

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Metals and Alloys

Resistance Welding Fundamentals and Applications Second Edition Hongyan Zhang University of Toledo, Ohio, USA

Jacek Senkara Warsaw University of Technology, Poland

Drawing on state-of-the-art research results, Resistance Welding: Fundamentals and Applications, Second Edition systematically presents fundamental aspects of important processes in resistance welding and discusses their implications on real-world welding applications. This updated edition describes progress made in resistance welding research and practice since the publication of the first edition. New to the Second Edition: • Significant addition of the metallurgical aspects of materials involved in resistance welding, such as steels, aluminum and magnesium alloys, zinc, and copper • Electric current waveforms commonly used in resistance welding, including single-phase AC, single-phase DC, three-phase DC, and MFDC • Magnesium welding in terms of cracking and expulsion • The effect of individual welding parameters • 2-D and 3-D lobe diagrams • New materials for the ultrasonic evaluation of welds, including A-scan, B-scan, and in-line A-scan The book begins with chapters on the metallurgical processes in resistance spot welding, the basics of welding schedule selection, and cracking in the nugget and heat-affected zone of alloys. The next several chapters discuss commonly conducted mechanical tests, the monitoring and control of a welding process, and the destructive and nondestructive evaluation of weld quality. The authors then analyze the mechanisms of expulsion—a process largely responsible for defect formation and other unwanted features—and explore an often overlooked topic in resistance welding-related research: the influence of mechanical aspects of welding machines. The final chapters explain how to numerically simulate a resistance welding process and apply statistical design and analysis approaches to welding research. To obtain a broad understanding of this area, readers previously had to scour large quantities of research on resistance welding and essential related


subjects, such as statistical analysis. This book collects the necessary information in one source for students, researchers, and practitioners in the sheet metal industry. It thoroughly reviews state-of-the-art results in resistance welding research and gives you a solid foundation for solving practical problems in a scientific and systematic manner. • Represents the only book fully devoted to resistance welding • Explains important phenomena, such as cracking and expulsion based on the underlining physics • Presents up-to-date advances in welding research, including Mg welding and the unique characteristics of welding Mg alloys • Covers the entire spectrum of resistance welding, from metallurgy to the effects of process parameters and machines to quality evaluation and control • Uses actual case studies to give a complete procedure for the statistical analysis of welding Selected Contents: Welding Metallurgy. Electrothermal Processes of Welding. Weld Discontinuities. Mechanical Testing. Resistance Welding Process Monitoring and Control. Weld Quality and Inspection. Expulsion in Resistance Spot Welding. Influence of Mechanical Characteristics of Welding Machines. Numerical Simulation in Resistance Spot Welding. Statistical Design, Analysis, and Inference in Resistance Welding Research. Index. Catalog no. K12480, December 2011, 456 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-5371-9, $159.95 / £99.00

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Metals and Alloys

Bulk Metallic Glasses C. Suryanarayana University of Central Florida, Orlando, USA

A. Inoue Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan

Written in an easy-to-understand style by pioneering researchers in this field, Bulk Metallic Glasses is one of the first books to thoroughly discuss the synthesis, processing, properties, and applications of these unique materials. It covers all physical, chemical, mechanical, and magnetic properties of bulk metallic glasses. It also explores existing and potential applications, such as in sporting goods, automobiles, sensors, aircraft, fuel cells, MEMS devices, biomedical products, and more. Assuming no prior knowledge of the subject, the authors provide full background information in each chapter. They also include extensive, references at the end of each chapter. • Assumes no prior knowledge of the subject— providing full background information in each chapter • Progresses from the fundamentals to processing, structure, properties, and applications • Covers the physical, chemical, mechanical, and magnetic properties of bulk metallic glasses • Explores existing and potential applications in sporting goods, automobiles, sensors, aircraft, fuel cells, MEMS devices, and biomedical products • Includes extensive, references in each chapter • Draws on the authors’ own influential contributions to the field Selected Contents: Introduction. Metallic Glasses. Glass-Forming Ability of Alloys. Synthesis of Bulk Metallic Glasses. Crystallization Behavior. Physical Properties. Corrosion Behavior. Mechanical Behavior. Magnetic Properties. Applications. Epilogue. Index. Catalog no. 85964, August 2010, 565 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-8596-9, $169.95 / £108.00 Also available as eBook

Mechanisms of Diffusional Phase Transformations in Metals and Alloys H. I. Aaronson Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

M. Enomoto Ibaraki University, Hitachi City, Japan

J. K. Lee Michigan Technological University, Houghton, USA

Based on the lecture notes of the renowned Hubert I. Aaronson, this text details the fundamental principles of phase transformations in metals and alloys upon which steel and other metals industries are based. Instead of relying strictly on a pedagogical approach, it documents the evolution of phase transformation concepts, demonstrating how the field continues to meet new challenges. The authors present topics by describing a phenomenon and then following up with a corresponding hypothesis or alternative explanation. • Offers a thorough exploration of the mechanisms of diffusional phase transformations in metallic materials from theoretical and experimental viewpoints • Includes hundreds of illustrations, photos, and extensive references • Discusses in detail diffusional nucleation in the framework of classical and nonclassical nucleation theories • Examines the theories of diffusional growth based on diffusion and solid-interface theories • Provides a comprehensive description of the development of theories of precipitation, massive transformation, cellular reaction, and pearlite transformation • Gives an extended discussion of the bainite reaction, one of the most controversial transformations in solid materials Selected Contents: Applied Thermodynamics. Diffusional Nucleation in Solid–Solid Transformations. Diffusional Growth. Precipitation. Massive Transformation. Cellular Reaction. Pearlite Reaction. Martensitic Transformations. Bainite Reaction and Role of Shear in Diffusional Phase Transformations. References. Index. Catalog no. 62999, May 2010, 685 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-6299-1, $125.95 / £80.99 Also available as eBook

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Metals and Alloys Flat-Rolled Steel Processes Advanced Technologies

Indium Nitride and Related Alloys Edited by

Edited by

Vladimir B. Ginzburg

T.D. Veal and C.F. McConville

International Rolling Mill Consultants, Pennsylvania, USA

University of Warwick, Coventry, UK

Throughout the last two decades, the flat-steel production industry has experienced great success with the introduction of new technologies and manufacturing advances for both hot and cold steel-rolling. These improvements are resulting in significantly reduced production costs and better product quality. Recent consolidation of the steel industry—which has led to improved sharing of technological breakthroughs between plants—is creating an optimal atmosphere for the implementation of advances. An assessment of industry progress, Flat-Rolled Steel Processes: Advanced Technologies details these improvements, assembling input from 62 international contributors specializing in various areas of research and development of steel production technology and manufacturing of flat steel products. It describes the challenges and the latest solutions to problems in four major areas:

W.J. Schaff

• New concepts and modernization of rolling mills • Modeling of flat-rolling processes • Measurement, automation, and process control • Strip profile and flatness control Written for a broad audience, each chapter familiarizes readers with a different aspect of the latest theoretical and practical developments in the field. With its roots in the series of technical publications that summarize and review manufacturing developments for flat-rolled steel products, this volume explores the significant developments that are modernizing automation, process control, mathematical modeling, and quality-monitoring systems in flat-rolling processes. This includes the introduction of computer-based technology in both new and existing conventional rolling mills. Providing expert insight and analysis related to technological improvements, this book will help readers understand the current state of flat steel production, how it evolved, and its future direction.

Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, USA

Written by recognized leaders in this dynamic and rapidly expanding field, Indium Nitride and Related Alloys provides a clear and comprehensive summary of the present state of knowledge in indium nitride (InN) research. It elucidates and clarifies the often confusing and contradictory scientific literature to provide valuable and rigorous insight into the structural, optical, and electronic properties of this quickly emerging semiconductor material and its related alloys. Drawing from both theoretical and experimental perspectives, it provides a thorough review of all data since 2001 when the band gap of InN was identified as 0.7 eV. The superior transport and optical properties of InN and its alloys offer tremendous potential for a wide range of device applications, including high-efficiency solar cells and chemical sensors. Indeed, the now established narrow band gap nature of InN means that the InGaN alloys cover the entire solar spectrum and InAlN alloys span from the infrared to the ultraviolet. However, with unsolved problems including high free electron density, difficulty in characterizing ptype doping, and the lack of a lattice-matched substrate, indium nitride remains perhaps the least understood III-V semiconductor. Covering the epitaxial growth, experimental characterization, theoretical understanding, and device potential of this semiconductor and its alloys, this book is essential reading for both established researchers and those new to the field. Catalog no. 78097, August 2009, 645 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-7809-1, $184.95 / £118.00 Also available as eBook

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Metals and Alloys Introduction to Texture Analysis Macrotexture, Microtexture, and Orientation Mapping, Second Edition Olaf Engler and Valerie Randle Completely revised and updated, this second edition of a bestseller is that rare introductorylevel guide to texture analysis. It is one of the only books that addresses traditional macrotexture methods and newer electron-microscopybased microtexture analysis. Keeping mathematics to a minimum, the authors focus on clarifying the concepts, methods, and scientific principles of texture analysis. The book’s coverage reflects both the growing emphasis on the modern approach to texture determination and the subsequently increased need to explain the philosophy, practice, and associated analysis with it. Catalog no. 63650, November 2009, 488 pp. Soft Cover, ISBN: 978-1-4200-6365-3 $139.95 / £89.00 Also available as eBook

Grain Boundary Migration in Metals Thermodynamics, Kinetics, Applications, Second Edition

Aluminum Recycling Mark E. Schlesinger University of Missouri-Rolla, Rolla, USA

The first integrated treatment of the aluminum recycling process, this book details the collecting, sorting, and separating of scrap aluminum as well as the processing and upgrading equipment used. It describes aluminum alloys, the various "mines" where aluminum scrap is found, separation procedures, remelting furnaces, and refining techniques. The book also addresses unique environmental and safety challenges of recycling operations. Catalog no. 662X, November 2006, 248 pp. ISBN: 978-0-8493-9662-5, $165.95 / £105.00 Also available as eBook

Automotive Engineering Lightweight, Functional, and Novel Materials Edited by

Brian Cantor The University of York, UK

Patrick Grant and Colin Johnson Oxford University, UK Series in Material Science and Engineering

Grain boundary migration is key to materials microstructural processes such as recrystallization and is essential to the creation of new materials. While this importance is reflected in the literature, this is the first book to focus on the thermodynamics, kinetics, and applications of individual grain boundary migration in metals. This authoritative work contains a wealth of data focused on the experimental techniques in the study of single grain boundary motion and grain boundary systems with junctions and is the only one to discuss grain boundary junction motion.

A wide-ranging compilation of contributions from internationally recognized experts, this informative volume provides a comprehensive overview of automotive materials and technologies. It covers in detail the key designs and novel materials being used in the industrial manufacturing sector. The useful book also outlines the application of functional materials, such as magnetorheological fluids and smart structures, to several areas of automotive technology. In addition, it presents the challenges of using light alloys in automotive structures and explores emerging processing and manufacturing technologies, including TiAl-based intermetallic alloys, sheet-molding compounds (SMCs), and Z-Fiber pinning.

Catalog no. 5435X, December 2009, 711 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-5435-4, $159.95 / £99.00 Also available as eBook

Catalog no. IP155, February 2008, 296 pp. ISBN: 978-0-7503-1001-7, $169.95 / £108.00 Also available as eBook

Günter Gottstein and Lasar S. Shvindlerman Series: Materials Science & Technology

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Metals and Alloys Individual Volumes Available!

Steel Heat Treatment Handbook Second Edition, Two-Volume Set Edited by

George E. Totten Portland State University, Oregon, USA

This reference presents the classical perspectives that form the basis of heat treatment processes while incorporating descriptions of the latest advances to impact this enduring technology. The second edition of the bestselling Steel Heat Treatment Handbook now offers abundantly updated and extended coverage in two self-contained volumes: Metallurgy and Technologies and Equipment and Process Design. Continuing the tradition of the first edition, this comprehensive reference integrates metallurgical principles with engineering technology in terms of basic process, equipment operation, and design.Up-to-date references, new topics, and rewritten chapters bring additional breadth, depth, and clarity to process design for heat treatments. This second edition presents unique and timely coverage of treatments for tool steels, stainless steels, and powder metallurgy components. The book also contains new material on vacuum processes, designing quench processes, steel transformation mechanisms, updated nomenclature and classifications, nitriding techniques, metallurgical property testing, and distortion of heat-treated components. Steel Heat Treatment Handbook, Second Edition provides a well-rounded resource for everyday use by advanced students and practitioners in metallurgy, process design, heat treatment, and mechanical and materials engineering. Catalog no. DK3125, November 2006, 1576 pp. ISBN: 978-0-8247-2741-3, $259.95 / £165.00

Metallurgy and Technologies Selected Contents: Steel Nomenclature. Classification and Mechanisms of Steel Transformation. Fundamental Concepts in Steel Heat Treatment. Effects of Alloying Elements on the Heat Treatment of Steel. Hardenability. Steel Heat Treatment. Heat Treatment with Gaseous Atmospheres. Nitriding Techniques, Ferritic Nitrocarburizing, Austenitic Nitrocarburizing Techniques and Methods. Quenching and Quenching Technology. Distortion of HeatTreated Components. Tool Steels. Stainless Steel Heat Treatment. Heat Treatment of Powder Metallurgy Steel Components. Catalog no. DK9384, September 2006, 848 pp. ISBN: 978-0-8493-8455-4, $209.95 / £134.00 Also available as eBook

Equipment and Process Design Selected Contents: Vacuum Heat Processing. Induction Heat Treatment: Basic Principles, Computation, Coil Construction, and Design Considerations. Induction Heat Treatment: Modern Power Supplies, Load Matching, Process Control, and Monitoring. Heat Treatment Equipment. Metallurgical Property Testing. Mechanical Property Testing Methods. Catalog no. DK8454, September 2006, 714 pp. ISBN: 978-0-8493-8454-7, $179.95 / £115.00 Also available as eBook


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Metals and Alloys Organic Light Emitting Diodes Edited by

The Use of Rare Earth and Transition Metals

Mel Schwartz

Edited by

Consultant, Clearwater, Florida, USA

Luiz Pereira

Smart Materials

With over fifty years of experience in this field, the editor has compiled numerous insightful contributions from an extensive group of leading experts. In this volume, they present information on a variety of smart materials, their processing, fabrication, and recent applications as well as the family grouping of materials. The book examines the enormous potential for rapid implementation of smart materials in a wide range of end-user sectors and industries, including the medical, aerospace, pharmaceutical, and environmental fields. Catalog no. 43722, November 2008, 554 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-4372-3, $169.95 / £108.00 Also available as eBook

Handbook of Metal Biotechnology Applications for Environmental Conservation and Sustainability Edited by

Michihiko Ike and Satoshi Soda Osaka University, Japan

Mitsuo Yamashita Shibaura Institute of Technology, Tokyo, Japan

This book introduces various fields of metal biotechnology, emphasizing applications for the fields of environment conservation and resource recycling. The topics discussed include wastewater treatment and bioremediation technologies for hazardous metals making use of metal metabolism by microorganisms and other organisms; recovery and recycling of metals from drainage and waste sources; the biological synthesis and processing of new metallic materials and monitoring of metals for industrial uses; and bio-informatics in metal biotechnology. These topics are expected to be of great help for new developments in these new technologies. Catalog no. N10466, December 2011, 264 pp. ISBN: 978-981-4267-98-4, $249.95 / £159.00 Also available as eBook

University of Aveiro, Portugal

This book addresses the development of OLEDs based on rare-earth and transition metal complexes, especially focusing on europium, terbium, ruthenium, and rhenium. The idea is to explain how these organic materials can be used to build OLEDs. Taking into account the actual state of the art and the expected pathways, the book proposes further developments in the field. It presents intensive experimental results for a better explanation. This book is meant for scientists and engineers who work in this new OLED framework. It also has didactic utility for graduation students and teachers working on optoelectronics. Catalog no. N10461, May 2012, 350 pp. ISBN: 978-981-4267-29-8, $149.95 / £95.00 Also available as an eBook

Microstructure of Metals and Alloys An Atlas of Transmission Electron Microscopy Images Ganka Zlateva Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia, Bulgaria

Zlatanka Martinova University of Chemical Technology and Metallurgy, Sofia, Bulgaria

Designed to complement existing books on materials science, metallurgy, and electron microscopy, this resource narrows in on the microstructure of metals and alloys. It visualizes key structural elements common to crystalline materials. Designed as an atlas, it contains a collection of original TEM micrographs. These images demonstrate crystal lattice defects and the basic processes occurring within the crystal structure during plastic deformation, polygonization, recrystallization, and rapid solidification. Catalog no. 7556X, May 2008, 192 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-7556-4, $145.95 / £93.00 Also available as eBook

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Corrosion & Surface Engineering

Third Edition of a Bestseller!

Corrosion Mechanisms in Theory and Practice Third Edition Edited by

Philippe Marcus CNRS and Chimie ParisTech, France Series: Corrosion Technology

Praise for Previous Editions: “One of the best new corrosion books I have seen.” —Corrosion Science

“…an indispensable resource.” —Bulletin of Electrochemistry

“… reflects the latest advances in the field … a wellorganized and well-written book. … A useful contribution to the current literature on corrosion science, engineering, and technology.” —Corrosion Reviews

Updated to include results from intensive worldwide research efforts in materials science, surface science, and corrosion science, Corrosion Mechanisms in Theory and Practice, Third Edition explores advances in corrosion and protection mechanisms. It presents a detailed account of the chemical and electrochemical surface reactions that govern corrosion as well as the link between microscopic forces and macroscopic behavior. Revised and expanded, this edition includes four new chapters on corrosion fundamentals, the passivity of metals, high temperature corrosion, and the corrosion of aluminum alloys. The first half of the book covers basic aspects of corrosion, such as entry of hydrogen into metals, anodic dissolution, localized corrosion, stress corrosion cracking, and corrosion fatigue. Connecting the theoretical aspects of corrosion mechanisms to practical applications in industry, the second half of the text discusses corrosion inhibition, atmospheric corrosion, microbially induced corrosion, corrosion in nuclear systems, corrosion of microelectronic and magnetic data-storage devices, and organic coatings. With contributions from leading academic and industrial researchers, this bestselling book continues to provide a thorough understanding of corrosion mechanisms—helping you solve existing corrosion challenges and prevent future problems.


• Contains new chapters on corrosion fundamentals, the passivity of metals, high temperature corrosion, and the corrosion of aluminum alloys • Covers fundamental characteristics, such as hydrogen in metals, anodic dissolution, pitting and crevice corrosion, stress corrosion cracking, and corrosion fatigue • Describes how to reduce corrosion in nuclear systems, microelectronics, and data-storage devices Selected Contents: Fundamentals of Corrosion (Surface Science and Electrochemical Basis. Surface Effects on Hydrogen Entry into Metals. Anodic Dissolution. Thin Oxide Film Formation on Metals. Passivity of Metals. Passivity of Austenitic Stainless Steels. Mechanisms of Pitting Corrosion. Sulfur-Assisted Corrosion Mechanisms and the Role of Alloyed Elements. Further Insights on the Pitting Corrosion of Stainless Steels. Crevice Corrosion of Metallic Materials. StressCorrosion Cracking Mechanisms. Corrosion Fatigue Mechanisms in Metallic Materials. High Temperature Corrosion. Corrosion Prevention by Adsorbed Organic Monolayers and Ultrathin Plasma Polymer Films. Atmospheric Corrosion. Corrosion of Aluminum Alloys. Microbially Influenced Corrosion. Corrosion in Nuclear Systems: Environmentally Assisted Cracking in Light Water Reactors. Corrosion of Microelectronic and Magnetic Data-Storage Devices. Organic Coatings. Index. Catalog no. 94629, August 2011, 941 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-9462-6, $259.95 / £165.00 Also available as eBook

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Corrosion & Surface Engineering Quenching Theory and Technology Second Edition Edited by

Bozidar Liscic, Hans M. Tensi, Lauralice C.F. Canale, and George E. Totten

Coming Soon!

Magnetorheological Fluid Technology Applications in Vehicle Systems Seung-Bok Choi Inha University, Incheon, South Korea

Quenching is one of the most fundamentally complex processes in the heat treatment of metals, and it is something on which mechanical properties and distortion of engineering components depend. With chapters written by the most respected international experts in the field, Quenching Theory and Technology, Second Edition presents the most authoritative, exhaustive, and recent findings in this vital area. Understanding and control of quenching and quenchants is a critical constant in all well established and emerging heat treatment process technology. The collection knowledge in this book is the outcome of formal and informal discussions by experts within the framework of the International Federation for Heat Treatment and Surface Engineering (IFHTSE). It covers topics including:

Young-Min Han

• Thermo-and fluid dynamic principles of heat transfer during cooling • Wetting kinematics • Residual stresses after cooling • Computer modeling and prediction of microstructure transformation • Hardness distribution • Stress-strain and distortion With revised and updated content from the first edition, this second edition adds coverage of important technological developments. Although the primary focus continues to be on the quenching of steel, it also details quenching of aluminum and titanium alloys, quench severity of selected vegetable oils, gas quenching, intensive quenching, and simulation of quenching. Presenting findings in this area, this essential piece of literature is a substantial contribution to the general field of the thermal processing of metals. It is useful not only for specialists in heat treatment practice, but also those in higher education or numerous specialized courses and seminars worldwide.

• Presents practical examples of vehicle applications for commercial and passenger vehicles

Ajou Motor College, Chungnam, South Korea

This book represents recent research and developments on vehicle applications of smart materials using magnetorheological (MR) fluids, a type of smart fluid in a carrier fluid. It introduces physical phenomena and properties of MR fluids with potential applications, covers control methodologies, introduces the hysteresis identification of MR fluid and its application, and presents optimal design methods. It also covers applications for passenger and commercial vehicles, and includes case studies and examples related to the topics. For each application, a consecutive process is presented, such as actuator design, system modeling, analysis, control strategy formulation, experimental set-up, and control performance.

• Introduces physical phenomena and properties of MR fluids with potential applications • Covers control methodologies and introduces the hysteresis identification of MR fluid and its application • Presents optimal design methods • Includes case studies and examples Catalog no. K12665, October 2012, c. 280 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-5673-4, $169.95 / £108.00 Also available as eBook

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Corrosion & Surface Engineering The Kelvin Probe for Surface Engineering

Fundamentals of Corrosion Mechanisms, Causes, and Preventative Methods

Fundamentals and Design A. Subrahmanyam and C. Suresh Kumar In surface engineering, the probe is considered the most powerful non-destructive technique used to understand active and passive surfaces and interfaces. Answering the need for a resource on fabrication specifications and analytical standards, this volume is the first complete source of information on the Kelvin probe. While the equipment can be easily fabricated, until now engineers have lacked ready access to what this text provides: systematic documentation on design and fabrication. Just as significantly, this authoritative volume also explains how to interpret Kelvin probe data. It guides readers through the basics of design and builds their capacity for analysis through the use of case studies. Catalog no. AB8077, January 2010, 200 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-8077-3, $104.95 / ÂŁ66.99

Philip A. Schweitzer Consultant, York, Pennsylvania, USA Series: Corrosion Technology

Written by an authority in corrosion science, this reference offers a comprehensive description of the causes of corrosion as well as the means to limit or prevent it. It explains various forms of corrosion, including its methods of attack on plastic materials, and the causes of failure in protective coatings, linings, and paints. Emphasizing atmospheric exposure, the text presents vital information regarding the design of structures, automobiles, household plumbing, manufacturing equipment, and other entities, as well as the effects of de-icing chemicals on highways and bridges. Catalog no. 67702, September 2009, 416 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-6770-5, $139.95 / ÂŁ89.00 Also available as eBook

Analytical Methods in Corrosion Science and Engineering

Corrosion Science and Technology Mechanism, Mitigation and Monitoring

Edited by

Edited by

Philippe Marcus

U. Kamachi Mudali and Baldev Raj

CNRS and Chimie ParisTech, France

Florian Mansfeld

Indira Gandhi Centre for Atomic Research, Kalpakkam, India

University of Southern California, Los Angeles, USA

Recent advances in instruments and techniques have resulted in better understanding of corrosion science and technology of materials. New materials and processes promise technologically superior engineering components with outstanding corrosion resistance. This edited comprehensive volume of articles from internationally renowned experts provides a review of the developments, current understanding, and future directions in their respective fields. It contains the latest advancements in corrosion science and offers thorough coverage of corrosion processes. It also includes a chapter on nano materials and coatings as well as extensive references for each chapter.

Series: Corrosion Technology

Catalog no. 3374, November 2008, 598 pp. ISBN: 978-0-8493-3374-3, $145.95


This comprehensive reference provides readers with a single compendium that covers all the issues of analytical methods for research in corrosion science and engineering. Compiled and edited by two of the world's most respected corrosion experts, the book's nineteen chapters cover both surface analytical and electrochemical techniques, paying special attention to recent developments. The authors of the various chapters are all internationally recognized experts representing national research laboratories and major universities in Europe, Japan, Canada, and the United States. Catalog no. DK2956, July 2005, 776 pp. ISBN: 978-0-8247-5952-0, $209.95 / ÂŁ134.00 Also available as eBook

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Corrosion & Surface Engineering

Second Edition of a Bestseller!

Corrosion Engineering Handbook Second Edition, Three-Volume Set Philip A. Schweitzer Consultant, York, Pennsylvania, USA Series: Corrosion Technology

Corrosion can be both costly and dangerous, resulting in product contamination or loss as well as structural instability and premature failure. This handbook contains information necessary for ensuring that, regardless of the structure being built, the materials selected for construction will minimize corrosion and its consequences. Nearly twice the size of its best-selling predecessor, the Corrosion Engineering Handbook, Second Edition has been updated and expanded into a set of three self-contained volumes. Each individual volume offers detailed coverage tailored to specialists in the field. Taken together, this handbook set is the most comprehensive and authoritative reference in the field. Each book is focused on a specific area of corrosion science and technology: Fundamentals of Metallic Corrosion; Corrosion of Polymers and Elastomers; and Corrosion of Linings and Coatings. The handbook examines all the aspects necessary for understanding and mitigating potential corrosion problems. It covers mechanisms of corrosion and corrosion-resistant properties of various materials. It also contains detailed coverage of proper fabrication and installation techniques, methods for preventing corrosion, and techniques for testing and monitoring corrosion and processing conditions Features • Examines types, effects, fundamental processes, prevention, testing, and monitoring of corrosion • Covers corrosion in metals and their alloys, polymers, elastomers, mortars, grouts, and monolithic surfacing • Examines corrosion potential and valuable compatibility data for each material discussed • Discusses protection through linings, coatings, cathodic protection, and inhibitors • Includes techniques for fabricating and installing coatings • Contains nearly 700 tables of corrosion resistance data for specific materials in contact with selected corrodents

Selected Contents Fundamentals of Metallic Corrosion: Atmospheric and Media Corrosion of Metals Fundamentals of Metallic Corrosion Atmospheric Corrosion Corrosion of Carbon and Low-Alloy Steels Corrosion of Cast Iron and Cast Steel Introduction to Stainless Steel Corrosion of Stainless Steels Ferritic Stainless Steel Family Superferritic Stainless Steel Family Martensitic Stainless Steel Family Austenitic Stainless Steel Family Superaustenitic Family of Stainless Steel Duplex Stainless Steel Family Precipitation-Hardening Stainless Steel Family Cast Stainless Steel Alloys Nickel and High-Nickel Alloys Cast Nickel and Nickel-Based Alloys Comparative Corrosion Resistance of Stainless Steel and High-Nickel Alloys ... Corrosion of Polymers and Elastomers Introduction to Polymers Thermoplastic Polymers Thermoset Polymers Comparative Corrosion Resistance of Thermoplastic and Thermoset Polymers ... Corrosion of Linings and Coatings: Cathodic and Inhibitor Protection and Corrosion Monitoring Chemical Resistant Mortars, Grouts, and Monolithic Surfacings Cathodic Protection Corrosion Inhibitors Liquid-Applied Linings Comparative Resistance of Organic Linings Sheet Linings ... Catalog no. 9647, December 2006, 1400 pp. ISBN: 978-0-8493-9647-2, $259.95 / £165.00 Also available as eBook

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Corrosion & Surface Engineering Corrosion Control Through Organic Coatings

Materials Characterization Techniques Sam Zhang and Lin Li Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

Amy Forsgren Series: Corrosion Technology

Choosing the most suitable coatings for structures such as bridges and building supports can extend the service life of that structure significantly. Corrosion Control Through Organic Coatings discusses the most important variables in the testing, selection, and application of heavy-duty, organic corrosion-protection paints. The book addresses the maintenance and restoration of older infrastructure and industrial plant as well as coatings for new structures made from various types of steel. Integrating engineering aspects and corrosion expertise with paint formulation knowledge and surface chemistry, Corrosion Control Through Organic Coatings provides unique coverage of advanced treatments for extending the life span of heavy-duty metal structures. Catalog no. 7278, April 2006, 184 pp. ISBN: 978-0-8493-7278-0, $165.95 / £105.00 Also available as eBook

Fundamentals of Metallic Corrosion Atmospheric and Media Corrosion of Metals

Ashok Kumar University of South Florida, Tampa, USA

With an emphasis on practical applications and real-world case studies, this volume presents the principles of widely used advanced surface and structural characterization techniques for quality assurance, contamination control, and process improvement. The book reviews the most popular and powerful analysis and quality control tools, explaining the appropriate uses and related technical requirements. The text features coverage of a wide range of topics, including Auger electron spectroscopy, atomic force microscopy, transmission electron microscopy, gel electrophoresis chromatography, laser confocal scanning florescent microscopy, and UV spectroscopy. It presents the fundamentals of vacuum as well as X-ray diffraction principles. Catalog no. 42947, December 2008, 344 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-4294-8, $107.95 / £69.99


Polymer Brushes Substrates, Technologies, and Properties Edited by

Philip A. Schweitzer Series: Corrosion Engineering Handbook

Vikas Mittal The Petroleum Institute, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

This book examines different forms of metallic corrosion and the effects of atmospheric corrodents, weathering conditions, and natural media, including water, acids, salts, organics, and gases. Presenting chapters divided by metal types and their alloys, the book covers stainless, ferritic, and martensitic steels as well as nickel alloys, copper, copper alloys, aluminum, titanium, zinc, and lead. Each chapter examines the corrosion potential of the material and provides easy-to-use charts and references to further compatibility data with selected corrodents. The book also compares the corrosion resistance of nonferrous metals and alloys.

This book provides a one-stop reference on the various aspects of polymer brush technology, including synthesis, properties, performance, and applications. Along with introductory information for newcomers, the text presents both experimental details and theoretical insights to enable a better understanding of the brush system and to help readers choose the proper synthesis methods and materials for their system. The authors discuss recent advances in the synthesis and characterization of polymer brushes and include examples of many different polymer brush and substrate systems.

Catalog no. 8243, December 2006, 752 pp. ISBN: 978-0-8493-8243-7, $119.95 / £76.99 Also available as eBook

Catalog no. K12704, March 2012, 340 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-5794-6, $169.95 / £108.00 Also available as eBook


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Corrosion & Surface Engineering Electrical Power Cable Engineering Third Edition Edited by

William A. Thue Consultant, Hendersonville, North Carolina, USA Series: Power Engineering (Willis)

Fully updated, this third edition addresses the design, application, and preparation of terminating and splicing cables. The book provides methods for testing shielded power cable systems in the field and shows how conductor material, size, and design depend on ampacity, voltage regulation, and other factors. It also covers the up-to-date methods of design, manufacture, installation, and operation of power cables. Written for professionals and students, this book emphasizes low and medium voltages because they comprise the quantity of cable in service throughout the world. This reference includes an extensive glossary as well as key references, tables, equations, and photographs. Catalog no. K12652, December 2011, 460 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-5643-7, $149.95 / £95.00 Also available as eBook

Corrosion and Surface Chemistry of Metals Dieter Landolt École Polytechnique Fédérale de Zurich, Switzerland

Providing a carefully developed and comprehensive overview of the corrosion chemistry of metallic materials, this book covers the principal methods of corrosion prevention. It includes a systematic study of the physical chemistry of the surface supported by analysis methods. The author builds a scientific foundation based on thermodynamics and kinetics of electrode-electrolyte interaction and other surface processes. He applies these fundamentals to analyze and derive models used in the study of corrosion for metals and their alloys. Coverage includes electrochemical attack, high-temperature oxidation, passivity, atmospheric corrosion, and the roles of wear and strain. Catalog no. EF8233, May 2007, 400 pp. ISBN: 978-0-8493-8233-8, $139.95 / £82.00 Also available as eBook

Techniques for Corrosion Monitoring Edited by

Lietai Yang Southwest Research Institute (SwRI), USA; Beijing University of Chemical Technology, China; and BakeTran, UK

Corrosion monitoring technologies are a vital step in efforts to combat corrosion, which can have major economic and safety implications. This important book provides a comprehensive analysis of the range of techniques for corrosion monitoring, including practical applications and case studies. It reviews electrochemical techniques for corrosion monitoring, such as polarization techniques, potentiometric methods, harmonic analysis, galvanic sensors and multielectrode systems. Case studies discuss the ways that corrosion monitoring can be applied to engine exhaust systems, cooling water systems, pipelines, and equipment in chemical plants. Catalog no. WP7089, February 2008, 500 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-7089-7, $294.95 / £158.00

Corrosion Control in the Aerospace Industry Edited by

Samuel Benavides US Coast Guard, USA

Corrosion control in the aerospace industry has always been an important issue but is becoming more so with the aging of the aircraft fleet. As aircraft age, they are subjected to corrosive environments over longer periods, far beyond initial design considerations. Corrosion can lead to non-availability of aircraft and, in extreme cases, catastrophic failure. The first part of this essential work reviews aging aircraft and the cost of corrosion. A second group of chapters discusses corrosion fundamentals, and the third section examines corrosion monitoring, evaluation, and prediction. A final section analyzes methods of corrosion protection and prevention. Catalog no. WP7965, February 2009, 384 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-7965-4, $259.95 / £137.00

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Coatings & Thin Films Magneto Luminous Chemical Vapor Deposition

TwoDimensional Nanostructures

Hirotsugu Yasuda

Mahmood Aliofkhazraei

University of Missouri-Columbia, USA

Tarbiat Modares University, Iran

Series: Green Chemistry and Chemical Engineering

NANOSMAT Ltd, United Kingdom

The magneto luminous chemical vapor deposition (MLCVD) method is the perfect example of the "front-end green process." It employs an entirely new process that expends the minimum amount of materials in gas phase, yields virtually no effluent, and therefore requires no environmental remediation. Unlike the "back-end green process," which calls for add-on processes to deal with effluent problems, the newer MLCVD approach is a completely different phenomenon that has never been adequately described, until now. Dispelling previous misconceptions and revealing new areas for investigation, Magneto Luminous Chemical Vapor Deposition describes the key process of dielectric breakdown of gas molecules under the influence of a magnetic field. It emphasizes behavioral distinctions between molecular gasses that cause plasma polymerization (such as methane and trimethylsilane) and mono-atomic gases (e.g., helium and argon) when dealing with the dielectric breakdown of the gas phase under low pressure. The author also reveals his minimum perturbation theory of biocompatibility. This is based on the realization that nanofilms prepared using MLCVD have unique, stable interfacial characteristics necessary to achieve a surface that can be tolerated in various biological environments. The author presents alternating views based on NASA’s recent discovery that a magnetic field burst from the earth triggers the inception of the aurora borealis. Detailing similarities between this phenomenon and the inception of the magneto luminous gas phase described in this book, the author proposes that proof of the one occurrence could shed light on the other. Expanding on the author’s previous works, this book introduces new discoveries, highlights the newfound errors of previous assumptions, and juxtaposes many alternative views and anomalies associated with the field.

Nasar Ali “… an excellent source of information for the hottest research topic of our decade.” —Ioannis Remediakis, University of Crete, Greece

After the 2010 Nobel Prize in Physics was awarded to Andre Geim and Konstantin Novoselov "for groundbreaking experiments regarding the two-dimensional material graphene," even more research and development efforts have been focused on two-dimensional nanostructures. Illustrating the importance of this area in future applications, Two-Dimensional Nanostructures covers the fabrication methods and properties of these materials. The authors begin with discussions on the properties, size effect, applications, classification groups, and growth of nanostructures. They then describe various characterization and fabrication methods, such as spectrometry, low-energy electron diffraction, physical and chemical vapor deposition, and molecular beam epitaxy. The remainder of the text focuses on mechanical, chemical, and physical properties and fabrication methods, including a new mechanical method for fabricating graphene layers and a model for relating the features and structures of nanostructured thin films. With companies already demonstrating the capabilities of graphene in a flexible touchscreen and a 150 GHz transistor, nanostructures are on their way to replacing silicon as the materials of choice in electronics and other areas. This book aids you in understanding the current chemical, mechanical, and physical processes for producing these "miracle materials." Catalog no. K12975, May 2012, 321 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-6665-8, $179.95 / £114.00 Also available as eBook

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Coatings & Thin Films Handbook of Nanostructured Thin Films and Coatings Three-Volume Set Edited by

Sam Zhang Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

Edited by a leading expert and with contributions from pioneers, the three-volume Handbook of Nanostructured Thin Films and Coatings is a resource as dynamic and flexible as the field itself. The first two volumes cover the latest research and application of the mechanical and functional properties of thin films and coatings, while the third volume explores the organic nanostructured devices used to produce clean energy. The first volume, Nanostructured Thin Films and Coatings: Mechanical Properties, covers the mechanical properties (i.e., hardness, toughness, and adhesion), including processing, properties, and performance. It also offers a detailed analysis of theories and size effect, in addition to other key topics. Volume Two, Nanostructured Thin Films and Coatings: Functional Properties, focuses on functional properties (i.e., optical, electronic, and electrical) and related devices and applications. The third volume, Organic Nanostructured Thin Film Devices and Coatings for Clean Energy, addresses various aspects of the processing and properties of organic thin films, devices, and coatings for clean energy applications. A complete resource, this handbook provides detailed explanations for newcomers and research and data for experts. Covering a wide range of mechanical and functional technologies, including those used in clean energy, these books feature figures, tables, and images that aid researchers and help professionals acquire and maintain a solid grasp of this burgeoning field. Catalog no. 94351, June 2010, 1232 pp., ISBN: 978-1-4200-9435-0, $293.95 / £191.00 Also available Individually and as eBook

Mechanical Properties

Functional Properties

This book concentrates on the mechanical properties, such as hardness, toughness, and adhesion, of thin films and coatings. It discusses processing, properties, and performance and provides a detailed analysis of theories and size effects. The book presents the fundamentals of hard and superhard nanocomposites and heterostructures, assesses fracture toughness and interfacial adhesion strength of thin films and hard nanocomposite coatings, and covers the processing and mechanical properties of hybrid sol-gelderived nanocomposite coatings. It also uses nanomechanics to optimize coatings for cutting tools and explores various other coatings, such as diamond, metal-containing amorphous carbon nanostructured, and transition metal nitride-based nanolayered multilayer coatings.

This book focuses on functional properties, including optical, electronic, and electrical properties, as well as related devices and applications. It explores the large-scale fabrication of functional thin films with nanoarchitecture via chemical routes, the fabrication and characterization of SiC nanostructured /nanocomposite films, and low-dimensional nanocomposite fabrication and applications. The book also presents the properties of sol-gel-derived nanostructured thin films as well as silicon nanocrystals embedded in SiO2 matrix and amorphous SiO2 matrix. It concludes with chapters on controlled micro/nanostructured films and devices and thin film shape memory alloy for microsystem applications.

Catalog no. 94025 June 2010 550 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-9402-2 $135.95 / £87.00

Catalog no. 93959 June 2010 422 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-9395-7 $135.95 / £87.00

Organic Nanostructured Thin Film Devices and Coatings for Clean Energy This book examines the processing and properties of organic thin films, devices, and coatings for clean energy applications. It presents thin film solar cells based on the use of polycrystalline thin film materials, explores anodized titania nanotube array and its application in dye-sensitized solar cells, and reviews the progress and challenges of photovoltaic applications of silicon nanocrystalline materials. The book also looks at semiconductive nanocomposite films for a clean environment, thin coating technologies and applications in high temperature solid oxide fuel cells, and nanoscale organic molecular thin films for information memory applications. Catalog no. 93932 June 2010, 254 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-9393-3 $135.95 / £87.00

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Coatings & Thin Films Coatings Technology

Coatings Technology Handbook

Fundamentals, Testing, and Processing Techniques

Third Edition

Edited by

Edited by

Arthur A. Tracton

Arthur A. Tracton Bridgewater, New Jersey, USA

Serving as an all-in-one guide to the entire field of coatings technology, this encyclopedic reference covers a diverse range of topics—including basic concepts, coating types, materials, processes, testing and applications—summarizing developments and standard coatings methods. Take advantage of the insights and experience of over 100 recognized experts in over 100 chapters to select and apply the best coatings for your own product needs. Emphasizing an interdisciplinary exchange of ideas and approaches, the Coatings Technology Handbook, Second Edition • Reviews the most recent testing methods, including infrared spectroscopy, thermal analysis, weathering, and cure monitoring • Extensively details a variety of contemporary processes such as flexography, electroless plating, flame surface treatment, embossing, and calendaring • Analyses current materials and surface coatings from resins and thermoplastic elastomers to peelable medical, radiation-cured, leather, and metal coatings Selected Contents

Bridgewater, New Jersey, USA

• Explains how to design experiments to identify properties, test and compare coatings based on environmental factors, and predict service life • Highlights useful calculations for the formulation of coatings • Details nearly 30 coating and processing techniques that can be applied to different products • Presents advances in vapor deposition coating technologies and high-speed dispersion • Discusses various pretreatments, heat treatments, and finishing techniques Catalog no. 44060, November 2006, 408 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-4406-5, $179.95 / £115.00 Also available as eBook

Coatings Materials and Surface Coatings Edited by

Arthur A. Tracton

Fundamentals and Testing Coating and Processing Techniques Material Surface Coatings Catalog no. DK4036, July 2005, 936 pp. ISBN: 978-1-57444-649-4, $259.95 / £165.00 Also available as eBook

Bridgewater, New Jersey, USA

• Highlights novel materials, including fluorocarbon resins, polyurethane thickeners, surfactants, and biocides • Provides unique coverage of high-temperature pigments • Discusses materials with fire-retardant, conductive, acid-free, waterproof, anticorrosive, and other desirable properties • Contains chapters on self-seal and pressuresensitive adhesives and adhesive products • Examines coatings and varnishes for marine, medical, leather, and paintings conservation applications Catalog no. 44044, November 2006, 528 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-4404-1, $179.95 / £115.00 Also available as eBook


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Coatings & Thin Films Corrosion Science and Technology Paint Technology Handbook

Second Edition

Rodger Talbert

James D.R. Talbot

Talbert Consulting, Inc., Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA

Written by an industry insider with more than 30 years of experience, the Paint Technology Handbook provides a primary, one-stop resource for designing and operating optimal paint and surface finishing systems. The book examines system components and how surface preparation affects performance. It describes the chemical components of paints, relevant color theories, and analytical methods used for color matching and control. The book presents a complete evaluation of liquid paint application technologies, including spray and electrodeposition techniques. Concluding chapters cover curing, testing methods for finished materials, quality control techniques, and performing cost analyses. Catalog no. DK4247, September 2007, 240 pp. ISBN: 978-1-57444-703-3, $165.95 / £105.00 Also available as an eBook

Steel-Reinforced Concrete Structures

David E.J. Talbot Brunel University (retired), Uxbridge, Middlesex, UK Cranfield University, Bedfordshire, UK Series: Materials Science & Technology

Corrosion Science and Technology, Second Edition presents technologies and strategies for limiting costly metal degradation caused by corrosion. This edition includes chapters on the corrosion resistance of copper, nickel, titanium, and their respective alloys; an entire chapter on cathodic protection by impressed current and sacrificial anodes; and extended coverage of the equipment used in the medicine, power generation, and marine environments. It also contains additional case histories and real-world applications. Catalog no. 9248, June 2007, 552 pp. ISBN: 978-0-8493-9248-1, $149.95 / £96.00


Assessment and Repair of Corrosion

Advances in Thin-Film Solar Cells

Mohamed A. El-Reedy

Edited by

Engineering Consultant (oil & gas industry), Giza, Egypt

I. M. Dharmadasa Sheffield Hallam University, UK

A practical guide to the maintenance of concrete structures, this book provides procedures for corrosion diagnosis and determining the appropriate methods for repair, as well as an economic model for on-site decision making. It includes ways of protecting steel-reinforced bars and methods for repairing them. The author explains the importance of implementing an integrity management system to provide for a comprehensive maintenance strategy and concludes with coverage of the traditional, time-tested, and advanced repair techniques. A special feature is a chapter focusing on the advance maintenance plan philosophy and risk-based maintenance for reinforced concrete structures.

This book concentrates on the latest developments in our understanding of solid-state device physics. The material presented is mainly experimental and based on CdTe thin-film solar cells. It extends these new findings to CIGS thin-film solar cells and presents a new device design based on graded bandgap multilayer solar cells. This design has been experimentally tested using the wellresearched GaAs/AlGaAs system and initial devices have shown impressive device parameters. These devices are capable of absorbing all radiation (UV, visible, and infra-red) within the solar spectrum and combine "impact ionization" and "impurity photovoltaic" effects.

Catalog no. 54309, October 2007, 216 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-5430-9, $149.95 / £96.00 Also available as eBook

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Coming Soon!

Handbook of Lubrication and Tribology Volume II, Theory and Design, Second Edition Edited by

Robert W. Bruce General Electric, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA

When it was first published some two decades ago, the original Handbook of Lubrication and Tribology stood on technology's cutting-edge as the first comprehensive reference to assist the emerging science of tribology lubrication. Later, followed by Volume II, Theory and Design and Volume III, Monitoring, Materials, Synthetic Lubricants, and Applications, it has continued to serve as the cornerstone of every tribology and lubrication science library, providing engineers, researchers, and technicians with the information they need to do their work and pioneer the advancements that have dramatically reshaped this field. • Reviews the basic principles of tribology • Describes wear mechanisms and modes of lubrication • Covers the full range of lubricants, including mineral oil and synthetic and water-based fluids • Examines components and equipment commonly found in tribological systems • Summarizes wear and friction reducing materials and treatments • Explores specific industrial areas in tribology and their processes Completely reorganized to aid the reader in identifying chapters and topics of interest, every one of the chapters retained from the first edition has either been fully updated and revised, or completely rewritten by a peer-recognized team of experts who are currently active in a wide variety of industry segments.

Selected Contents: Theory and Practice of Lubrication and Tribology Tribology Surface Analysis Roughness Contact Mechanics Friction ... Lubricants Lubricants Incompressible Fluids Base Oils Additives for Lubricants Rheology Lubricant Application Lubricating Grease ... Wear Materials Wear Materials Friction and Wear of Polymer Materials Metals Wear and Lubrication of Ceramics Composite Materials Coatings and Surface Treatments Low Friction Coatings ... Design for Lubrication and Tribology Design for Lubrication and Tribology Fluid Film (Hydrodynamic) Lubrication Journal Bearings Thrust Bearings Hydrodynamic Step and Wedge Bearings Compliant Foil Bearing Technology: An Overview Components with Nonconforming Contacts Lubrication of Rolling Element Bearings Gear Lubrication Cams Lubrication Oil Systems ... Catalog no. 6908X, July 2012, c. 1160 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-6908-2 $199.95 / £127.00 Also available as eBook


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Tribology Handbook of Lubrication and Tribology Volume I, Application and Maintenance, Second Edition Edited by

George E. Totten Portland State University, Oregon, USA

When it was first published some two decades ago, the original Handbook of Lubrication and Tribology stood on technology's cutting-edge as the first comprehensive reference to assist the emerging science of tribology lubrication. Later, followed by Volume II, Theory and Design and Volume III, Monitoring, Materials, Synthetic Lubricants, and Applications, it has continued to serve as the cornerstone of every tribology and lubrication science library, providing engineers, researchers, and technicians with the information they need to do their work and pioneer the advancements that have dramatically reshaped this field. In addition to offering tribologists the facts, figures, and equations they need every day, Volume I Application and Maintenance, Second Edition positions itself at the forefront of the field to address the technology related to application and maintenance procedures, as well as changes in our understanding of how lubrication principles impact implementation. Completely reorganized to aid the reader in identifying chapters and topics of interest, every one of the chapters retained from the first edition has either been fully updated and revised, or completely rewritten by a peer-recognized team of experts who are currently active in a wide variety of industry segments. With the addition of several new subject areas, it now boasts a total of 37 chapters. Catalog no. 2095, April 2006, 1224 pp. ISBN: 978-0-8493-2095-8, $319.95 / £204.00 Also available as eBook

Friction Science and Technology From Concepts to Applications, Second Edition Peter J. Blau Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Tennessee, USA Series: Dekker Mechanical Engineering

Friction Science and Technology: From Concepts to Applications, Second Edition presents a broad, multidisciplinary overview of the constantly moving field of friction, spanning the history of friction studies to the evolution of measurement instruments. It reviews the gamut of friction test methods, ranging from simple inclined plans to sophisticated laboratory tribometers. The book starts with introductory concepts about friction and progressively delves into the more subtle fundamentals of surface contact, use of various lubricants, and specific applications such as brakes, piston rings, and machine components. This volume covers multiple facets of friction, with numerous interesting and unusual examples of friction-related technologies not found in other tribology books. These include: • Friction in winter sports • Friction of touch and human skin • Friction of footware and biomaterials • Friction drilling of metals • Friction of tires and road surfaces Describing the tools of the trade for friction research, this edition enables engineers to purchase or build their own devices. It also discusses frictional behavior of a wide range of materials, coatings, and surface treatments, both traditional and advanced, such as thermally oxidized titanium alloys, nanocomposites, ultra-low friction films, laser-dimpled ceramics, and carbon composites. Even after centuries of study, friction continues to conceal its subtle origins, especially in practical engineering situations in which surfaces are exposed to complex and changing environments. Authored by a field specialist with more than 30 years of experience, this one-stop resource discusses all aspects of friction, from its humble beginnings to its broad application for modern engineers. Catalog no. 5404X, October 2008, 432 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-5404-0, $159.95 / £99.00 Also available as eBook

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Tribology Modeling and Analytical Methods in Tribology

Lubricant Additives

Kettering University, Flint, Michigan, USA

Chemistry and Applications, Second Edition

Michael J. Covitch

Leslie R. Rudnick

Lubrizol Corporation, Wickliffe, Ohio, USA

Series: Chemical Industries

Ilya I. Kudish

Wilmington, Delaware, USA

Series: Modern Mechanics and Mathematics

Improving our understanding of friction, lubrication, and fatigue, Modeling and Analytical Methods in Tribology presents a fresh approach to tribology that links advances in applied mathematics with fundamental problems in tribology related to contact elasticity, fracture mechanics, and fluid film lubrication. The authors incorporate the classical tenets of tribology while providing new mathematical solutions that address various shortcomings in existing theories. From contact interactions to contact fatigue life, the book connects traditionally separate areas of tribology research to create a coherent modeling methodology that encompasses asymptotic and numerical techniques. The authors often demonstrate the efficacy of the models by comparing predictions to experimental data. In most cases, they derive equations from first principles. They also rigorously prove problem formulations and derive certain solution properties. Solutions to problems are presented using simple analytical formulas, graphs, and tables. In addition, the end-of-chapter exercises highlight points important for comprehending the material and mastering the appropriate skills. Unlocking the secrets that govern the physics of lubricated and dry contacts, this book helps tribologists on their quest to reduce friction, minimize wear, and extend the operating life of mechanical equipment. It provides a real-world industrial perspective so that readers can attain a practical understanding of the material. Catalog no. C8701, July 2010, 928 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-8701-7, $125.95 / £80.99 Also available as eBook

Cost, environmental, and performance issues coupled with legislative changes, new engine oil requirements, and technology development for exploration of space and the oceans are changing the lubrication additive market. Reflecting how the need for new applications drives the development of new lubricant additives, Lubricant Additives: Chemistry and Applications, Second Edition presents methods to: • Improve the performance, efficiency, and stability of lubricants • Protect metal surfaces from wear • Select lubricant additives for the food processing industry • Select the most appropriate ashless additives • Avoid microbial degradation of lubricants • Lower toxicity Coverage of Lubricant Additive Chemistry and Technology The book covers: • Standard lubricant testing methods and product specifications • Mechanisms and benefits of specific types of lubricant additives • Industry trends Addressing trends in various industrial sectors and improvements in technology, this second edition provides detailed reviews of additives used in lubricant formulations, their chemistry, mechanisms of action, and trends for major areas of application. It explores the design of cost-effective, environmentally friendly lubricant technologies and lubricants for automotive, industrial, manufacturing, aerospace, and foodprocessing applications. An extensive list of online industry resources is available for download at Catalog no. 59645, April 2009, 790 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-5964-9, $269.95 / £165.00 Also available as eBook


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Micro- and Nanoscale Phenomena in Tribology Edited by

Yip-Wah Chung Northwestern University, Illinois, USA

Drawn from presentations at a recent National Science Foundation Summer Institute on Nanomechanics, Nanomaterials, and Micro/Nanomanufacturing, Micro- and Nanoscale Phenomena in Tribology explores the convergence of the multiple science and engineering disciplines involved in tribology and the connection from the macro to nano world. Written by specialists from computation, materials science, mechanical engineering, surface physics, and chemistry, each chapter provides up-to-date coverage of both basic and advanced topics and includes extensive references for further study. After discussing the evolution of tribology in the micro and nano world, the book describes contact conditions spanning between macroscale and nanoscale contacts. It presents an overview of fundamental continuum treatments of interfacial contact and lubrication under a wide range of conditions, including novel advances in contact simulation. It also gives a thorough account of the nature of surface energies and forces in nanostructures as well as adhesion in dry and wet environments. The book then explains how to perform friction measurements at the nanoscale and interpret friction data before demonstrating how micro- and nanotextured surfaces affect adhesion, friction, and wetting. The final chapters emphasize the importance of surface chemistry and molecular dynamics simulation in tribology. With numerous examples and figures throughout, this volume presents a thorough account of important advancements in tribology that offer insight into micro- and nanoscale phenomena. By enabling a better understanding of fundamental micro- and nanoscale interactions, the book helps readers effectively design and fabricate durable tribological components for various engineering and biological systems.

• Covers macroscale sliding phenomena and the instruments used for examining microscale sliding contacts • Describes the theories, recent examples, challenges, and opportunities of contact and lubrication research • Provides a clear understanding of the basic phenomena related to surface energies and surface forces • Explains how to interpret friction data within the framework of continuum mechanics • Presents various experimental techniques to fabricate micro- and nanotextured surfaces • Includes examples that illustrate how environmental effects can be used to mitigate friction and wear • Discusses how to extend the length and time scales of molecular dynamics simulation Selected Contents: Introduction. Macroscale to Microscale Tribology: Bridging the Gap. A Continuum Overview of Contact and Lubrication. Surface Energy and Surface Forces. Nanoscale Friction: Measurement and Analysis. Effects of Micro- and Nanoscale Texturing on Surface Adhesion and Friction. Environmental Effects in Tribology. Molecular Dynamics Simulation of Nanotribology. Index. Catalog no. K11786, October 2011, 220 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-3922-5, $149.95 / £95.00 Also available as eBook

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Metalworking Fluids Second Edition

Lubrication and Maintenance of Industrial Machinery Best Practices and Reliability

Edited by

Edited by

Jerry P. Byers Milacron Inc., Cincinnati, Ohio, USA

Robert M. Gresham and George E. Totten

Series: Manufacturing Engineering and Materials Processing

Written by peer-recognized industry experts, Lubrication and Maintenance of Industrial Machinery: Best Practices and Reliability provides the necessary tools for maintenance professionals who are responsible for the overall operational functions. With chapters culled from the second edition of the Handbook of Lubrication and Tribology, Volume 1 and a new introductory chapter, this more specialized and focused work supplies critical lubrication information that can be used on a daily basis to achieve greater machine reliability. Incorporating lean methods, this resource can be used by everyone involved in the production process, from supervisors to floor personnel. Recommended for STLE’s Certified Lubrication Specialist® Certification

"The second edition is intended for anyone in the metalworking industry and is written in a style that is easy to read and readily understandable by people with a basic technical background. …Especially important are the many references at the end of each chapter and the extensive glossary of more than 400 terms at the end of the book. …This well-written book should be on the highly recommended reading list for anyone interested in the metalworking industry." —Tribology & Lubrication Technology

The use of metalworking fluids benefits nearly every type of manufacturing process, from preventing rust to reducing dust particles and mechanical friction. Metalworking Fluids, Second Edition reintroduces the current state of the art in metalworking fluid technology and its applications. More than a decade since the well-received and widely acclaimed publication of the first edition, new and original contributors—including formulators, physicians, college professors, fluids users, industry consultants, and suppliers of both chemicals and equipment—update every chapter, adding fresh topics and addressing the latest trends in their field. Novel topics include evaluating mist levels, microbial and corrosion control, and innovative waste treatments that remove organic contaminants at a lower cost. Co-published with the Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers, Metalworking Fluids, Second Edition is a modern guide to best practices for using metalworking fluids across a wide range of manufacturing and industrial applications, achieving improved productivity and part quality while reducing manufacturing costs and environmental impact. Catalog no. DK4179, March 2006, 480 pp. ISBN: 978-1-57444-689-0, $179.95 / £115.00 Also available as eBook


In addition to lubrication program development and scheduling, this volume also covers critical elements of the reliability equation, such as: • Deterioration detection and measurement • Lubrication cleanliness and contamination control • Environmental implications of various lubricants • Energy conservation • Storage and handling • Recycling of used oils This book fills a niche by specifically and comprehensively focusing on lubrication as part of the overall maintenance program. Under the editorial guidance of two of the most respected names in the field, this seminal work is destined to become an industry standard. Selected Contents: Lubrication as Part of Proactive Maintenance. Lubricant Deterioration in Service. Lubricant Properties and Test Methods. Lubricant Cleanliness and Failure Analysis. The Environmental Implications of Lubricants. Lubrication Scheduling. Lubricant Handling and Storage. Conservation of Lubricants, Materials, and Energy. Centralized Lubrication Systems: Theory and Practice. Used Oil Recycling and Environmental Considerations. Catalog no. 89358, October 2008, 296 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-8935-6, $104.95 / £66.99 Also available as eBook

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Materials Processing

Tribology of Interface Layers Hooshang Heshmat Mohawk Innovative Technology, Inc., Albany, New York, USA

Many tribological devices act as viable bearings in contrast to basic hydrodynamic theory. Similarly, powder films possess quasi-hydrodynamic features that enable them to act as conventional fluid film bearings. These phenomena have led to a novel definition of lubricants as intermediate layers, which are detailed in this book. It illustrates that the various lubrication modes, from dry to hydrodynamic to powder lubrication, overlap to such a degree that they exist on a tribological spectrum. Based on experimental and theoretical work, this text shows how the interdependence of powder and hydrodynamic lubrication exemplify this continuum in tribological processes. • Shows how submicron powder lubricants share similar characteristics with conventional fluid films • Explains how, instead of being harmful, debris produced by wear can actually be made to act as a lubricant • Explores the presence of similar tribological modalities in different modes of operation • Discusses the technology of powder lubrication and its dependence on hydrodynamic lubrication • Offers experimental data on the rheology of triboparticulate films, as well as design guidelines regarding power lubrication Selected Contents: Historical Perspective. The Rheology of Interface Layers.The Phenomenology of Lubrication. Direct Contact–Hydrodynamic Continuum. Hydrodynamic–Solid Films Continuum. Experimental Performance of Powder Layers. Powder-Lubricated Devices. Theory of Powder Lubrication. Granular Films. The Tribological Continuum. Index. Catalog no. DK2449, May 2010, 464 pp. ISBN: 978-0-8247-5832-5, $145.95 / £93.00 Also available as eBook

Integral Approaches to Tribo-Testing in Mechanical Engineering H. Prashad Consultant for Centre for Tribology Incorporated (CETR), Campbell, California, USA

With in-depth coverage of multifaceted problems and their solutions, this book reviews nano/micro studies of different coatings, bioengineering, lubricants and additives, system problems (including reliability assessment and testing), and diagnosis approaches in various dimensions. The book presents original investigations and studies in the area of mechanical engineering and industrial tribology. It is a critical resource for engineers and technologists of heavy industry, students, research engineers and scientists, academicians, and others who grapple with the complex problems of the testing of engineering components and tribology for multifaceted research. Selected Contents: Tribology: Tribology, Its Significance and Multifold Applications. Lubricants: Latest Tribology Testing of Lubricating Oils and Effect of Nano-additives on Oils. … Bearing under Electric Current: A State-of-theArt Review of Bearings and Lubricants in Electrical Environment. … Bio-tribology: Tribometrology of Skin. Tribological Testing of Skin Products: Gender, Age, and Ethnicity on the Volar Forearm. … Tribology in Engines: Investigations of Low Friction Ring Pack for Gasoline Engines. ... Films and Coatings: Multi-Sensor Testing of Thin and Thick Coatings for Adhesion and Delamination. … Polymers: Experiments on Precision Measurements of Viscoelastic Properties of Industrial Polymers… Indentation, Scratch and Mapping: Comparison of Instrumented and Conventional Nano and Micro Indentation and Scratch Tests. Tribo-Mechanical Nano-Characterization of Thin Films. ... CMP-Chemico Mechanical Processing: PostCMP (Chemical Mechanical Polarisation) Cleaning Applications: Challenges and Opportunities… Cosmetics: Comprehensive Nano-Mechanical and Tribological Characterization of Hair. Catalog no. N10064, October 2009, 275 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-0608-1, $139.95 / £89.00

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Materials Processing

Hot Deformation and Processing of Aluminum Alloys Hugh J. McQueen Concordia University

Stefano Spigarelli Univer. Polytech delle Marche

Michael E. Kassner University of Southern California

Enrico Evangelista University of Ancona Series: Manufacturing Engineering and Materials Processing

A comprehensive treatise on the hot working of aluminum and its alloys, Hot Deformation and Processing of Aluminum Alloys details the possible microstructural developments that can occur with hot deformation of various alloys, as well as the kind of mechanical properties that can be anticipated. The authors take great care to explain and differentiate hot working in the context of other elevated temperature phenomena, such as creep, superplasticity, cold working, and annealing. They also pay particular attention to the fundamental mechanisms of aluminum plasticity at hot working temperatures. Using extensive analysis derived from polarized light optical microscopy (POM), transmission electron microscopy (TEM), x-ray diffraction (XRD) scanning electron-microscopy with electron backscatter imaging (SEM-EBSD), and orientation imaging microscopy (OIM), the authors examine those microstructures that evolve in torsion, compression, extrusion, and rolling. Further microstructural analysis leads to detailed explanations of dynamic recovery (DRV), static recovery (SRV), discontinuous dynamic recrystallization (dDRX), discontinuous static recrystallization (dSRX), grain defining dynamic recovery (gDRV) (formerly geometric dynamic recrystallization, or gDRX), and continuous dynamic recrystallization involving both a single phase (cDRX/1-phase) and multiple phases (cDRX/2phase). A companion to other works that focus on modeling, manufacturing involving plastic and superplastic deformation, and control of texture and phase transformations, this book provides thorough explanations of microstructural development to lay the foundation for further study of the mechanisms of thermomechanical processes and their application.


• Presents tabular comparisons, chapter-end summaries, copious referencing, a table of acronyms, and full indexing • Provides classic explanations of micro-structural evolution and mechanical behavior in hot working of aluminum alloys (every wrought series, particulate composites, etc.) • Summarizes research results relating to torsion, compression, extrusion, and rolling with POM, TEM, SEM-EBSI, and OIM microstructures • Includes background information on dislocation behavior theory in cubic crystals and in face- and body-centered cubic and hexagonal metals at elevated temperature Selected Contents: Aluminum and Its Alloys. Metal Forming and Deformation Modes. Hot Work Testing Techniques. Hot Working of Aluminum. Hot Working of Dispersoid and Solute Alloys. Precipitation Hardening Alloys. Aluminum Matrix Composites. Comparison of Hot Working of other Metals. Creep: Strain Rates below 10−4 s−1. Cold Working. Static Restoration, Annealing. Thermomechanical Processing. Superplasticity. Extrusion. Rolling. Hot and Cold Forging. Catalog no. DK4130, September 2011 615 pp., ISBN: 978-1-57444-678-4 $199.95 / £127.00 Also available as eBook

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Materials Processing Electrolytic In-Process Dressing (ELID) Technologies

Manufacturing Technology

Fundamentals and Applications

Helmi A. Youssef, Hassan A. El-Hofy, and Mahmoud H. Ahmed

Edited by

Hitoshi Ohmori Materials Fabrication Laboratory, Saitama-KEN, Japan

Ioan D. Marinescu University of Toledo, Ohio, USA

Kazutoshi Katahira Edited by experts, one of whom developed the technology, Electrolytic In-Process Dressing (ELID) Technologies: Fundamentals and Applications provides an overview of ELID processes with correlations between the main parameters, describes ELID operations, and illustrates the concepts with case studies. The book’s authoritative coverage of major concepts and applications of this emerging technology makes it a definitive reference. The book delineates the fundamentals, the chemistry and physics, and the hardware required by the process, then explores the application of ELID to different configurations of grinding. It discusses ELID grinding methods, lapping/grinding process, honing, and an original method of ELID grinding of free forms surfaces using an original design. The book also provides case studies in areas such as: • Nano ultra-precision ELID and the latest developments in ELID nano-grinding • Glass ceramic mirrors, small lens, and large scale optics • New concept of micro-workshop, where all the machines tools and measurement devices are table-top machines with high accuracy • Successful applications of ELID technology in the optics, semiconductor, mold and die, and micro-tools industries • Surface modifications as a future method for obtaining complex modifications of surfaces by using ELID in combination with other methods Arguably the first comprehensive review of this emerging technology, this book combines information drawn from experts and the literature to provide a practical reference for the field. The editors have put together a resource that anticipates many of the questions that will arise from the investigation of ELID methods and applications. Catalog no. K10038, June 2011, 263 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-0036-2, $149.95 / £95.00 Also available as eBook

Materials, Processes, and Equipment

University of Alexandria, Egypt

Individuals who will be involved in design and manufacturing of finished products need to understand the grand spectrum of manufacturing technology. Comprehensive and fundamental, Manufacturing Technology: Materials, Processes, and Equipment introduces and elaborates on the field of manufacturing technology—its processes, materials, tooling, and equipment. The book emphasizes the fundamentals of processes, their capabilities, typical applications, advantages, and limitations. Thorough and insightful, it provides mathematical modeling and equations as needed to enhance the basic understanding of the material at hand. • Presents guidelines for selecting the proper engineering materials, manufacturing processes, and equipment • Covers the basics as well as the most recent advances in manufacturing technology • Introduces trends in surface hardening technology • Explores the environmental aspects related to manufacturing and clean factories • Explains the principles of near net shape processing, rapid prototyping, and manufacturing design • Discusses the surface characteristics as a result of manufacturing operations • Includes many solved examples, case studies, and review questions Solutions manual available upon qualifying course adoption

Selected Contents: Introduction to Manufacturing Technology. Engineering Materials. Heat Treatment of Metallic Materials and Alloys. Smelting of Metallic Materials. Casting of Metals. Fundamentals of Metal Forming. Bulk Forming. Sheet Metal Forming. High Speed Metal Forming. Powder Metallurgy and Manufacture of Ceramics. Processing of Polymers. Manufacturing Processes for Composites. ... Catalog no. K10541, August 2011, 947 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-1085-9, $139.95 / £89.00 Also available as eBook

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Materials Processing

Powder Metallurgy


Fundamentals of Laser Micromachining

Science, Technology, and Materials Anish Upadhyaya and G.S. Upadhyaya

Ronald D. Schaeffer

IIT, Kanpur, India

PhotoMachining, Inc., Pelham, New Hampshire, USA

"... clearly and precisely written ... very welcome and useful addition to the library of any institute or company working in powder metallurgy."

Due to their flexible and efficient capabilities, lasers are often used over more traditional machining technologies, such as mechanical drilling and chemical etching, in manufacturing a wide variety of products, from medical implants, gyroscopes, and drug delivery catheters to aircraft engines, printed circuit boards, and fuel cells. Fundamentals of Laser Micromachining explains how laser technology is applied to precision micromachining. The book combines background on physics, lasers, optics, and hardware with analysis of markets, materials, and applications. It gives sufficient theoretical background for readers to understand basic concepts while including a further reading appendix for those interested in more detailed theoretical discussions. After reviewing laser history and technology, the author compares available laser sources, including CO2 , excimer, Nd:YAG, fiber, and short pulse. He also addresses topics crucial to obtaining good processing results, such as IR and UV material–photon interaction, basic optical components, and system integration. The text goes on to cover real-world applications in the medical, microelectronics, aerospace, and other fields. It concludes with details on processing many common materials, such as metals, silicon, ceramics, and glasses. For engineers and project managers, this book provides the foundation to achieve cost-effectiveness, the best edge quality, and the highest resolution in small-scale industrial laser machining. It will help you select the correct kind of laser for your application and identify real opportunities for growth in the marketplace. Catalog no. K12779, April 2012, 260 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-6055-7, $99.95 / £63.99 Also available as an eBook

—Herbert Danninger, TU Vienna

"… a ‘must’ read for students, researchers, engineers, and manufacturers involved in the processing of particulate materials. … there is the need for someone to take on the responsibility of providing an up-to-date textbook that covers both the science and technology of, in this case, PM. This book does a compelling job in addressing this need." —Animesh Bose, FAPMI, President, Materials Processing, Inc., in International Journal of Powder Metallurgy, Volume 47, Issue 3, 2011

Since the 1920s, modern powder metallurgy has been used to produce a wide range of structural powder metallurgy components, self-lubricating bearings, and cutting tools. The conventional method involves the production of metal powders and the manufacture of useful objects from such powders by die compaction and sintering. Powder injection molding permits the production of stronger, more uniform, and more complex powder metallurgy parts. A detailed discussion of powder metallurgy materials and products is given in this book. • Presents the theory and technology of sintering • Discusses real-world testing and quality control of powder metallurgy materials and products • Describes the techno-economics of powder metallurgy processing • Examines powder metallurgical aspects of both metallic and ceramic systems • Explores materials handling at various stages of processing • Covers pressure-less powder shaping, functionally graded materials, nanostructured materials, and ceramic materials • Illustrates a wide range of practically applied parts Catalog no. K12688, January 2011, 536 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-5746-5, $169.95 / £108.00


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Materials Charaterization & Testing Handbook of Thermal Process Modeling Steels

Modeling of Steelmaking Processes

Edited by

Dipak Mazumdar

Cemil Hakan Gür Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey

Jiansheng Pan Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China

Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur, India

James W. Evans University of California, Berkeley, USA

• Updates the field with the most recent advances

From the prediction of complex weather patterns to the design of swimsuits, modeling has, over the years, quietly but steadily become an essential part of almost every field and industry—and steelmaking is no exception. Factors such as visual opacity, high operating temperature, and the relatively large size of industrial reactors often preclude direct experimental observation in steel manufacturing. Therefore the industry is overwhelmingly dependent on modeling to quickly and cost-effectively provide insight into analysis, design, optimization, and control of processing. However, few, if any, books offer the adequate coverage of modeling. Modeling of Steelmaking Processes meets that ever-present demand and provides a solid knowledge base on which to build. With content designed to serve professionals and students, this book starts with an overview of steelmaking and develops into a focused description of underlying scientific fundamentals and applications.

• Features contributions from global experts

This powerful learning tool:

• Enhances a core understanding of materials

Mathematical Fundamentals of Thermal Process Modeling of Steels. Thermodynamics of Thermal Processing. Physical Metallurgy of Thermal Processing. Mechanical Metallurgy of Thermal Processing. Modelling Approaches and Fundamental Considerations. Modelling of Warm- and Hot-Forming. Modelling of Casting. Modelling of Industrial Heat Treatment Operations. Modelling of Quenching. Modelling of Induction Hardening. Modelling of Laser Surface Hardening. Modelling of Case Hardening. Industrial Applications of Computer Simulation on Heat Treatment and Chemical Heat Treatment. Prospects of Thermal Process Modelling of Steels.

• Presents an overview of steelmaking, the relevance of modeling and measurements, the evolution of steelmaking, and modern technology • Discusses emerging issues, such as environmental emissions, recycling, and product development and quality • Reviews computational fluid dynamics (CFD) software • Analyzes mechanistic, AI-based, and macroscopic models, to provide a holistic view of steelmaking process modeling • Provides useful questions and problems, as well as a practice session on modeling, to reinforce understanding Developed as a self-tutorial, this text explores thermodynamic principles, analysis of metallurgical kinetics and transport phenomena, and key numerical methods, helping readers easily navigate a generally complex subject.

Catalog no. 190X, December 2008, 712 pp. ISBN: 978-0-8493-5019-1, $199.95 / £127.00 Also available as an eBook

Catalog no. 62433, August 2009, 493 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-6243-4, $149.95 / £96.00 Also available as an eBook

Over the years, any developments in thermal processes relied largely on empiricism and traditional practice, but advancements in computer technology are beginning to change this. Comprehensive and authoritative, the Handbook of Thermal Process Modeling of Steels provides practicing engineers with the first complete resource that meets the needs of both those new to modeling and those hoping to profit from advances in the field. Written by those with practical experience, it demonstrates what is involved in predicting material response under industrial rather than laboratory conditions, and consequently, gives heightened insight into the physical origins of various aspects of materials behavior. • Addresses an emerging tool in manufacturing technology

• Provides the opportunity for unprecedented real time improvements in design and process Selected Contents:

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Materials Charaterization & Testing Coming Soon!


Ultrasonic and Electromagnetic NDE for Structure and Material Characterization

Ultrasonic Nondestructive Testing of Materials

Engineering and Biomedical Applications

Karl-Jörg Langenberg, René Marklein, and Klaus Mayer

Edited by

Tribikram Kundu The University of Arizona, Tucson, USA

This textbook presents the latest advances in nondestructive evaluation (NDE) and features the incorporation of electromagnetic NDE techniques, which are the second most popular NDE method after ultrasonic NDE. With questions, problems, and worked-out examples, the text describes biomedical applications and presents examples of modern NDE methods in the testing of medical devices. Contributors address such topics as cylindrical waveguide applications in ultrasonic evaluation, laser-ultrasonic techniques, structural health monitoring, acoustic microscopy, THz radiation, and fiber optics. • Combines ultrasonic and electromagnetic techniques in a single book • Covers traditional and advanced applications • Provides the fundamentals and basic equations related to ultrasonic and electromagnetic theory • Includes questions, problems, and worked-out examples Solutions manual available with qualifying course adoption

Selected Contents: Mechanics of Elastic Waves and Ultrasonic NDE. Modeling of Ultrasonic Field by Distributed Point Source Method. Electromagnetic NDE. Guided Waves for Plate Inspection. Cylindrical Waveguides and Their Applications in Ultrasonic Evaluation. Fundamentals and Applications of Nonlinear Ultrasonic NDE. Theory and Applications of Laser-Ultrasonic Techniques. Material Characterization by Nonlinear Ultrasonic Technique - P Factor. Ultrasonic NDE for Structural Health Monitoring. Brillouin Scattering Measurement of SAW Velocities for Determining Nearsurface Elastic Properties. ... Catalog no. K11655, June 2012, c. 904 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-3663-7, $149.95 / £95.00 Also available as eBook


Theoretical Foundations University of Kassel, Germany

"... absolutely a must for every scientist who would like to further evaluate theoretically ultrasonic NDT. The studies described by Langenberg et al. have very strongly enhanced the interpretation of propagation of elastic waves also in anisotropic and inhomogeneous media we have in practice, for instance, in welds of austenitic stainless steels or dissimilar metal (Ni-alloys) welds in the nuclear and chemical industries." —Gerd Dobmann, Fraunhofer-IZFP, Saarbrücken, Germany

This book features a comprehensive discussion of the mathematical foundations of ultrasonic nondestructive testing of materials. The authors include a brief description of the theory of acoustic and electromagnetic fields to underline the similarities and differences with respect to elastodynamics. They also cover vector, elastic plane, and Rayleigh surface waves as well as ultrasonic beams, inverse scattering, and ultrasonic nondestructive imaging. A coordinate-free notation system is used that is easier to understand and navigate than standard index notation. Selected Contents: Contents. Mathematical Foundations. Governing Equations of Elastodynamics. Constitutive Equations; Governing Equations; Elastodynamic Energy Conservation. Acoustics. Electromagnetism. Vector Wave Equations. Elastic Plane Waves in Homogeneous Materials. Reflection, Transmission and Mode Conversion of Elastic Plane Waves at Planar Boundaries between Homogeneous Non-Dissipative Materials. Rayleigh Surface Waves. Plane Wave Spatial Spectrum. Ultrasonic Beams and Wave Packets. Point Sources in Homogeneous Isotropic Infinite Space; Elastodynamic Source Fields. Force Density and Dilatation Rate Sources on Surfaces of Homogeneous Isotropic Half-Spaces; Radiation Fields of Piezoelectric Transducers. Scatterers in Homogeneous Isotropic Non-Dissipative Infinite Spaces. Inverse Scattering: US-NDT Imaging. Catalog no. K12611, February 2012, 772 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-5588-1, $179.95 / £108.00 Also available as an eBook

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Materials Charaterization & Testing Ultrasonics Experimental Techniques in Materials and Mechanics C. Suryanarayana University of Central Florida, Orlando, USA

Experimental Techniques in Materials and Mechanics provides a detailed yet easy-to-follow treatment of various techniques useful for characterizing the structure and mechanical properties of materials. With an emphasis on techniques most commonly used in laboratories, the book enables students to understand practical aspects of the methods and derive the maximum possible information from the experimental results obtained. The text focuses on crystal structure determination, optical and scanning electron microscopy, phase diagrams and heat treatment, and different types of mechanical testing methods. Each chapter follows a similar format: • Discusses the importance of each technique • Presents the necessary theoretical and background details • Clarifies concepts with numerous worked-out examples • Provides a detailed description of the experiment to be conducted and how the data could be tabulated and interpreted • Includes a large number of illustrations, figures, and micrographs • Contains a wealth of exercises and references for further reading Bridging the gap between lecture and lab, this text gives students hands-on experience using mechanical engineering and materials science/engineering techniques for determining the structure and properties of materials. After completing the book, students will be able to confidently perform experiments in the lab and extract valuable data from the experimental results. Catalog no. K11004, June 2011, 468 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-1904-3, $119.95 / £76.99 Also available as an eBook

Fundamentals, Technologies, and Applications, Third Edition Dale Ensminger Sunnyvale, California, USA

Leonard J. Bond Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Richland, Washington, USA Series: Dekker Mechanical Engineering

The book provides a unique and comprehensive treatment of the science, technology, and applications for industrial and medical ultrasonics, including low and high power implementations. The discussion of applications is combined with the fundamental physics, the reporting of the sensors/transducers and systems for the full spectrum of industrial, nondestructive testing and medical/bio-medical uses. It includes citations of numerous references and covers both mainstream and the more unusual and obscure applications of ultrasound. • Discusses the science, technology, and applications of low and high power ultrasonics, including industrial implementations and medical uses • Contains added material on Rayleigh waves and advanced horn and system designs • Includes more figures and a discussion of transducer wave fields and equivalent circuits • Examines diagnosis, therapy, and surgery from a technology and medical physics perspective Selected Contents: Ultrasonics–A Broad Field. Elastic Wave Propagation and Associated Phenomena. Fundamental Equations Employed in Ultrasonic Design and Applications. Design of Ultrasonic Horns for High Power Applications. Basic Design of Ultrasonic Transducers. Determining Properties of Materials. Nondestructive Testing–Basic Methods and General Considerations. Use of Ultrasonics in Nondestructive Testing and Evaluation of Metals. Use of Unics in the Inspection and Characterization of Nonmetals. ... Appendix A: Material property data. Appendix B: Selected Bibliography for acoustic properties and information. Glossary. Catalog no. DK8897, September 2011, 765 pp. ISBN: 978-0-8247-5889-9, $199.95 / £127.00 Also available as an eBook

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Materials Charaterization & Testing Ultrasonics Data, Equations and Their Practical Uses

Second Edition of a Bestseller!

Physical Properties of Materials

Edited by

Dale Ensminger Sunnyvale, California, USA

Foster B. Stulen

Second Edition

Ethicon Endo-Surgery, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA

Mary Anne White

This volume provides data and functions gathered from several areas of science and technology. To facilitate the use of ultrasonic energy, this book evaluates the practicality of new ideas and explores how to make important data available for the design of ultrasonic systems to meet recent developments, such as applications in standard and harsh environments. Additional coverage includes design equations, piezoelectric materials, magnetostrictive transducer design data, materials evaluation, and mechanical effects of ultrasonic energy. • Demonstrates the utility of ultrasonic energy in very diverse fields and applications • Explains the connection between the ultrasonic mechanism and the desired effect on the material being processed • Explores medical uses of ultrasound, including diagnostic imaging, and assorted surgical and nonsurgical therapies • Describes applications in both standard and harsh environments Selected Contents: Oscillatory Motion and Wave Equations. Ultrasonic Horns, Couplers, and Tools. Advanced Designs of Ultrasonic Transducers and Devices. Using Finite Element Analysis. Piezoelectric Materials: Properties and Design Data. Magnetostriction: Materials and Transducers. Pneumatic Transducer Design Data. Properties of Materials. UltrasonicsAssisted Physical and Chemical Processes. Advances in the Generation and Detection of Ultrasound in the Field of Nondestructive Testing/Evaluation. Medical Ultrasound: Therapeutic and Diagnostic Imaging. Mechanical Effects of Ultrasonic Energy. Criteria for Choosing Ultrasonics. Index. Catalog no. DK8307, December 2008, 508 pp. ISBN: 978-0-8247-5830-1, $159.95 / £99.00 Also available as eBook


Materials Science - Fundamentals

Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

Designed for advanced undergraduate students, this bestselling text establishes the principles that control the optical, thermal, electronic, magnetic, and mechanical properties of materials. This fully revised and updated second edition now covers materials sustainability, crystalline structures, graphene, carbon nanotubes, nanocomposites, quantum dots, magnetocaloric effect, spintronics, and polymer classifications. It also includes a new capstone tutorial on the materials science of cymbals, more than 60 new end-of-chapter problems, and updated references. A host of ancillaries are available on a companion website. • Presents an atomic and molecular approach to understanding the properties of materials • Introduces the principles underlying a wide variety of physical properties of materials • Provides tutorials that encourage students to discover the physical principles behind such important advances as fiber optics, heat storage, memory metals, and more • Includes 300 end-of-chapter problems as well as numerous real-life examples and illustrations • Offers many ancillary resources for students and instructors on a companion website New to the Second Edition • Coverage of materials sustainability, structure of materials, nanomaterials, carbon nanotubes, graphene, quantum dots, spintronics, magnetoresistance, and polymer classifications • Tutorial on the materials science of cymbals • More than 60 new problems, updated references at the end of each chapter, and revised diagrams Solutions manual and electronic figure files available upon qualifying course adoption

Catalog no. K12969, June 2011, 469 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-6651-1, $79.95 / £49.99 Also available as eBook

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Materials Science - Fundamentals

Phase Transformations in Metals and Alloys Third Edition, Revised Reprint David A. Porter University of Oulu, Finland

Kenneth E. Easterling University of Exeter, UK

Mohamed Sherif SFK Research Center, Nieuwegein, The Netherlands

Expanded and revised to cover developments in the field over the past 17 years, and now reprinted to correct errors in the prior printing, Phase Transformation in Metals and Alloys, Third Edition provides information and examples that better illustrate the engineering relevance of this topic. It supplies a comprehensive overview of specific types of phase transformations, supplemented by practical case studies of engineering alloys. New in the Third Edition: • Computer-aided calculation of phase diagrams • Recent developments in metallic glasses • The Scheil method of calculating a CCT diagram from a TTT diagram • Expanded treatment of the nucleation and growth of polygonal ferrite and bainite • New case studies covering copper precipitation hardening of very low carbon bainitic steel and very fine carbide-free bainite • Detailed treatment of strain-induced martensite provides a theoretical background to transformation-induced plasticity (TRIP) steels Unique Presentation Links Theory to Application Adding new case studies, detailed examples, and exercises drawn from current applications, the third edition keeps the previous editions’ popular easy-tofollow style and excellent mix of basic and advanced information, making it ideal for those new to the field. The book’s unique presentation links basic understanding of theory with application in a gradually progressive yet exciting manner. Based on the author’s teaching notes, the book takes a pedagogical approach and provides examples for applications and problems that can be readily used for exercises. Catalog no. 62107, February 2009, 520 pp. Soft Cover, ISBN: 978-1-4200-6210-6 $75.95 / £47.99 Also available as eBook

Selected Contents: Thermodynamics and Phase Diagrams Equilibrium Single-Component Systems Binary Solutions Equilibrium in Heterogeneous Systems Binary Phase Diagrams Influence of Interfaces on Equilibrium Ternary Equilibrium ... Diffusion Atomic Mechanisms of Diffusion Interstitial Diffusion Substitutional Diffusion Atomic Mobility Tracer Diffusion in Binary Alloys ... Crystal Interfaces and Microstructure Interfacial Free Energy Solid=Vapor Interfaces Boundaries in Single-Phase Solids Interphase Interfaces in Solids Interface Migration Solidification Nucleation in Pure Metals Growth of a Pure Solid Alloy Solidification Solidification of Ingots and Castings Solidification of Fusion Welds ... Diffusional Transformations in Solids Homogeneous Nucleation in Solids Heterogeneous Nucleation Precipitate Growth5 Overall Transformation Kinetics—TTT Diagrams ... Diffusionless Transformations Characteristics of Diffusionless Transformations Martensite Crystallography Theories of Martensite Nucleation ... Each chapter contains Exercises, References, and Further Readings.

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Materials Science - Fundamentals Physical Metallurgy of Direct Chill Casting of Aluminum Alloys Dmitry G. Eskin Brunel University, Uxbridge, United Kingdom Series: Advances in Metallic Alloys

Pulling together information previously scattered throughout numerous research articles into one detailed resource, Physical Metallurgy of Direct Chill Casting of Aluminum Alloys connects the fundamentals of structure formation during solidification with the practically observed structure and defect patterns in billets and ingots. The author examines the formation of a structure, properties, and defects in the as-cast material in tight correlation to the physical phenomena involved in the solidification and the process parameters. The book draws on the author’s advanced research to provide a unique application of physical metallurgy to direct chill (DC) casting technology. He examines structure and defect formation—including macrosegregation and hot tearing. Each technologycentered chapter provides historical background before reviewing current developments. The author supports his conclusions with computer simulation results that have been correlated with highly progressive experimental data. He presents a logical system of structure and defect formation based on the specific features of the DC casting process. He also demonstrates that the seemingly controversial results reported in literature are, in fact, caused by the different ratio of the same mechanisms. Compiling recent results and data, the book discusses the fundamentals of solidification together with metallurgical and technological aspects of DC casting. It gives insight and perspective into DC casting research. • Provides historical overviews of the development and materials science behind various aspects of DC casting • Defines the links among process parameters, structure features, and defect formation • Discusses different mechanisms for defect formation during DC casting, including macrosegregation and hot tearing • Addresses important features of structure and defect formation during DC casting • Uses extensive computer simulation results with unique experimental data • Presents a logical system of structure and defect formation based on the specific features of the DC casting process


Selected Contents: Direct Chill Casting: Development of the Technology Solidification of Aluminum Alloys: Effect of Cooling Rate and Melt Temperature on Solidification of Aluminum Alloys. Microsegregation in Aluminum Alloys. Solidification Reactions and Phase Composition. Effect of Alloy Composition on Structure Formation: Grain Refinement. Solidification Patterns and Structure Formation during Direct Chill Casting: Shape and Dimensions of the Billet Sump. Solidification Rate and Cooling Rate during DC Casting. Effects of Process Parameters on the Formation of Grain Structure. Effect of Process Parameters on the Amount of Nonequilibrium Eutectics. Effect of Process Parameters and Alloy Composition on the Occurrence of Some Casting Defects. Macrosegregation: Mechanisms of Macrosegregation. Effects of Process Parameters on Macrosegregation during DC Casting. Effect of Composition on Macrosegregation. Macrosegregation in Commercial Aluminum Alloys. Hot Tearing: Thermal Contraction during Solidification. Mechanical Properties of Semi-Solid Alloys. Mechanisms and Criteria for Hot Tearing. Effects of Process Parameters on Hot Tearing during DC Casting. Concluding Remarks Catalog no. 62816, April 2008, 328 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-6281-6, $179.95 / £115.00 Also available as an eBook

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Physical Metallurgy Second Edition William F. Hosford University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA

For students ready to advance in their study of metals, Physical Metallurgy, Second Edition uses engaging historical and contemporary examples that relate to the applications of concepts in each chapter. This book combines theoretical concepts, real alloy systems, processing procedures, and examples of real-world applications. The author uses his experience in teaching physical metallurgy at the University of Michigan to convey this topic with greater depth and detail than most introductory materials courses offer. What’s New in the Second Edition: • A chapter on crystallographic textures and their influence on microstructure and properties • An expanded section on aluminum-lithium alloys • Information on copper and nickel • Rewritten chapters on other non-ferrous metals and low carbon steels • Discussions of compact graphite and austempered ductile iron • Expanded discussions of cemented carbide tools • An updated table on metal prices Following an introduction to metals, the author covers topics that are common to all metals, including solidification, diffusion, surfaces, solid solutions, intermediate phases, dislocations, annealing, and phase transformations. He also focuses on specific nonferrous alloy systems and their significant metallurgical properties and applications, the treatment of steels (including iron-carbon alloys), hardening, tempering and surface treatment, special steels, low carbon sheet steel, and cast irons. The book also covers powder metallurgy, corrosion, welding, and magnetic alloys. There are appendices on microstructural analysis, stereographic projection, and the Miller-Bravais system for hexagonal crystals. These chapters address ternary phase diagrams, diffusion in multiphase systems, the thermodynamic basis for phase diagrams, stacking faults and hydrogen embrittlement.

Selected Contents: Preface Introduction Freezing Diffusion Surfaces Solid Solutions Intermediate Phases Phase Diagrams Dislocations Annealing Phase Transformations Aluminum Alloys Copper and Nickel Alloys Hexagonal Metals Other Nonferrous Alloys Steels Hardening of Steels Tempering and Surface Hardening Low Carbon Steels Special Steels Cast Irons Welding Powder Processing Corrosion Magnetic Materials Appendix A: Microstructural Analysis Appendix B: Stereographic Projection Appendix C: Miller-Bravais Indices for Hexagonal Crystals Catalog no. K10701, April 2010, 441 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-1360-7, $104.95 / £66.99 Also available as eBook

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Materials Science - Fundamentals Molecular Modeling for the Design of Novel Performance Chemicals and Materials Edited by

General Resources Technical Writing A Practical Guide for Engineers and Scientists Phillip A. Laplante The Pennsylvania State University, Malvern, USA Series: What Every Engineer Should Know

Beena Rai Tata Research Development & Design Centre, Pune, India

An Introduction

Engineers and scientists of all types are often required to write reports, summaries, manuals, guides, and so forth. While these individuals certainly have had some sort of English or writing course, it is less likely that they have had any instruction in the special requirements of technical writing. Filling this void, Technical Writing: A Practical Guide for Engineers and Scientists enables readers to write, edit, and publish materials of a technical nature, including books, articles, reports, and electronic media. Written by a renowned engineer and widely published technical author, this guide complements the traditional writer’s reference manuals and other books on technical writing. It helps readers understand the practical considerations in writing technical content. Drawing on his own work, the author presents many first-hand examples of writing, editing, and publishing technical materials. These examples illustrate how a publication originated as well as various challenges and solutions.

June Gunn Lee

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Molecular modeling tools offer significant benefits in the design of industrial chemical plants and material processing operations. This book presents several successful case studies that illustrate the power of a comprehensive quantitative molecular modeling based methodology to design and develop novel chemicals and materials for solving challenging industrial problems. As a foundation for best practices, these detailed case studies demonstrate diverse applications such as mineral processing, pharmaceuticals, ceramics, energy storage, electronic materials, paints, coatings, agrochemicals, and personal care. The text includes more than 100 color illustrations of molecular models. Catalog no. K11890, March 2012, 398 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-4078-8, $139.95 / £89.00 Also available as eBook

Computational Materials Science Korea Institute of Science and Technology, Seoul, South Korea

A much-needed practical introduction for nonspecialists and newcomers to the field, this text covers the essentials of computational science and explains how computational tools and techniques, such as molecular dynamics and first-principles methods, work to help solve materials science problems. It focuses on the electronic structure level of nuclei and electrons and the atomistic/molecular level. Along with numerous worked examples, references, and homework problems, the book presents exercises that employ the most frequently used computer programs in the field: XMD, LAMMPS, and VASP.

The Nature of Technical Writing. Technical Writing Basics. The Writing Process. Scientific Writing. Business Communications. Technical Reporting. Using Graphical Elements. Publishing Your Work. Writing for E-Media. Writing with Collaborators. Glossary. Index. Catalog no. K11106, July 2011, 250 pp. Soft Cover, ISBN: 978-1-4398-2085-8 $39.95 / £25.99 Also available as eBook

Solutions manual available upon qualifying course adoption

Catalog no. K11634, September 2011, 302 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-3616-3, $89.95 / £57.99 Also available as eBook


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Contracts for Engineers Intellectual Property, Standards, and Ethics Robert D. Hunter Robert D. Hunter Associates, Austin, Texas, USA

Engineers encounter different types of contracts at nearly every turn in their careers. Contracts for Engineers: Intellectual Property, Standards, and Ethics is a tool to enhance their ability to communicate contractual issues to lawyers— and then better understand the legal advice they receive. Building on its exploration of contracts, this book expands discussion to: • Patents, copyrights, trademarks, trade secrets, and other intellectual property issues • Development of standards and the bodies that govern them, as well as conformity assessment and accreditation • Ethics at both the micro and macro levels—a concept under major scrutiny after several major disasters, including the Gulf of Mexico oil spill, the collapse of Boston’s Big Dig, and a coal-mining accident that resulted in many deaths With a brief introduction to common law contracts and their underlying principles, including basic examples, the book presents a sample of the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) regarding the sale of goods. It evaluates elements of the different contracts that engineers commonly encounter, such as employee and associated consulting agreements and contracts involved in construction and government. Approaching intellectual property from a contract perspective, this reference focuses on the many different types of patents and their role in commerce. It touches on the application of trademarks and recent developments in the use of copyright as a form of contract and explains the process of obtaining patents, including the rationale for investing in them. Ethical standards receive special attention, which includes a review of several prominent professional codes of ethics and conduct for both organizations and individual engineers, particularly officers and higher-level managers. Catalog no. K12434, September 2011, 368 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-5286-6, $69.95 / £44.99 Also available as an eBook

Intellectual Property in Academia A Practical Guide for Scientists and Engineers Edited by

Nadya Reingand CeLight, Inc, Silver Springs, Maryland, USA

This book provides a practical understanding of intellectual property basics relevant in an academic environment. It describes the process of performing a comprehensive prior art search, determining business value, filing for a patent, licensing to companies, and using follow-up patents to create a valuable portfolio. The text also covers starting a new business and recent changes in patent application procedures. A special chapter addresses issues in copyright law relevant to academics, such as determining what is copyrightable in reporting an industry-sponsored project. • Provides complete step-by-step guidance on how to proceed with inventions in an academic environment • Addresses the critical issue of ownership of the legal rights to intellectual discoveries at the university developed under various types of contracts • Gives detailed practical instructions on estimation of the market niche and monetary value of the invention • Provides guidance in the witchcraft of efficient prior art search by using various techniques • Opens the door to the world of electronic patent databases and teaches readers how to use them • Reflects recent changes in patent law and filing procedures, such as electronic filing, accelerated prosecution, and online prior art searching • Shows the IP limitations associated with different types of contract funding • Discusses Offices of Technology Transfer and efficient ways to communicate with them Selected Contents: Introduction to Intellectual Property in Academia. Patent Basics. Prior Art Searching. Valuation of Technology-Based IP in Academia. Drafting a Patent Application. Electronic Filing of US Patents. ... Catalog no. K11674, October 2011, 352 pp. Soft Cover, ISBN: 978-1-4398-3700-9 $49.95 / £31.99 Also available as an eBook

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Forthcoming Nanoscale Liquid Interfaces Wetting, Patterning and Force Microscopy at the Molecular Scale

Handbook of Biofunctional Surfaces Edited by

Edited by

Wolfgang Knoll

Thierry Ondarçuhu

Austrian Institute of Technology, Vienna

CEMES-CNRS, Toulouse, France

Catalog no. N10502, September 2012, c. 800 pp. ISBN: 978-981-4316-63-7, $425.00 / £270.00 Also available as an eBook

Jean-Pierre Aimé CPMOH, Talance, France

Catalog no. N10572, October 2012, c. 500 pp. ISBN: 978-981-4316-45-3, $179.95 / £114.00 Also available as an eBook

CMOS Nanoelectronics Innovative Devices, Architectures, and Applications

Handbook of Multifunctional Molecular Materials

Edited by

Edited by

Nadine Collaert

Lahcene Ouahab

IMEC, Leuven, Belgium

Laboratoire Sciences Chimiques de Rennes, France

Catalog no. N10509, July 2012, c. 300 pp. ISBN: 978-981-4364-02-7, $149.95 / £95.00 Also available as an eBook

Catalog no. N10510, December 2012, c. 400 pp. ISBN: 978-981-4364-29-4, $249.95 / £159.00 Also available as an eBook

Elastic and Plastic Deformation of Carbon Nanotubes Edited by

Hiroyuki Shima and Motohiro Sato Hokkaido University, Sapporo, Japan

Corrosion of Ceramic Materials

Catalog no. N10481, August 2012, c. 300 pp. ISBN: 978-981-4310-75-8, $149.95 / £95.00 Also available as an eBook

Third Edition Ronald A. McCauley Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, USA Series: Corrosion Technology

Superconductivity Revisited Edited by

J. Daniel Kimel and Ralph Dougherty

Catalog no. K11066, November 2012, c. 500 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-2022-3, $159.95 / £99.00 Also available as an eBook

Florida State University, Tallahassee, USA

Catalog no. K13440, October 2012, c. 464 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-7426-4, $119.95 / £76.99 Also available as an eBook

Microwave Power Engineering with Advanced Computer Modeling

Structural Intermetallics and Intermetallic Matrix Composites

Edited by

Rahul Mitra

Malgorzata Celuch

IIT Kharagpur Research Monograph Series

Edited by

Warsaw University of Technology, Warsaw, Poland

Vadim V. Yakovlev Worchester Polytechnic Institute, Massachusetts, USA

Catalog no. K12280, October 2012, c. 450 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-5013-8, $149.95 / £95.00 Also available as an eBook


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