Henkel a Pense, STRUCTURE a PROPERTIES OF ENGINEERING MATERIALS 5/e provides an updated look at various engineering materials, including metals, metal alloys, polymers, ceramics and composites. Best suited for a second-level materials course, or a first course focusing on structures a properties, the new edition outlines and describes how structural aspects of materials determine their use in engineering.cools uniformly but rapidly, undercooling will be greater and many more nuclei will originate in the melt, producing a ... Nuclei will form and grow first at the mold wall but seldom can grow extensively before heat flow has brought the next layer anbsp;...
|Title||:||Structure and Properties of Engineering Materials|
|Author||:||Daniel P. Henkel, Alan W. Pense|
|Publisher||:||McGraw-Hill Science/Engineering/Math - 2002|