Search results for: mechanical-properties-of-metallic-composites

Mechanical Properties of Metallic Composites

Author : Shojiro Ochiai
File Size : 40.9 MB
Format : PDF, Kindle
Download : 904
Read : 630
Download »
Provides coverage of dispersion-hardened and fibre-reinforced alloys, addressing principal mechanisms, processing and applications. Mechanical behaviour based on dislocation theory and elastic-plastic mechanics is dealt with and data on advanced composites are provided.

Thermal and Mechanical Behavior of Metal Matrix and Ceramic Matrix Composites

Author : John M. Kennedy
File Size : 49.75 MB
Format : PDF
Download : 417
Read : 493
Download »
Of interest to researchers and practitioners in materials science, especially in the aerospace industry, 16 papers from a symposium in Atlanta, Georgia, November 1988 discuss the analysis, modeling, and behavior of both continuous and discontinuous ceramic and metal matrix composites, and methods of

Proceedings

Author : Murray L. Scott
File Size : 26.79 MB
Format : PDF, Mobi
Download : 259
Read : 1333
Download »

Mechanical Behavior of Metal matrix Composites

Author : John E. Hack
File Size : 40.24 MB
Format : PDF, ePub, Mobi
Download : 340
Read : 1151
Download »

Proceedings

Author : Murray L. Scott
File Size : 43.50 MB
Format : PDF, Kindle
Download : 337
Read : 837
Download »

Metallic Matrix Composites

Author : Kenneth G. Kreider
File Size : 89.57 MB
Format : PDF
Download : 173
Read : 1186
Download »
Composite Materials, Volume 4: Metallic Matrix Components provides an in-depth report and a reference on the technology of metal-matrix composites. The book starts by giving an introduction to metal-matrix composites, and by discussing the principal metal-laminate fabrication methods, the properties of metal laminates, and materials engineering of laminated-metal composites for specific applications. The text also describes the technology in eutectic superalloys of nickel and cobalt; nickel alloys reinforced with alpha-Al2O3 filaments; and the problems and progress encountered in developing wire-reinforced superalloys. The fiber-reinforced titanium alloys; the development of metal-matrix composites reinforced with high-modulus graphite fibers; as well as the development, the physical and mechanical properties, and the engineering considerations for the use of boron-aluminum are also encompassed. Materials scientists and engineers will find the book invaluable.

Metal Matrix Composites

Author : J. Fridlyander
File Size : 82.58 MB
Format : PDF, Mobi
Download : 239
Read : 1041
Download »
The problem of developing metal matrix (MCM) and metal-polymer (MPCM) composite materials is one of the most important in present day materials technology, for its solution is pivotal to the development of a number of leading technologies. The development of new fibrous and lamellar composite materials with improved physico-chemical, electrical, thermal and other properties is a springboard for qualitative scientific and technological advances not only in aerospace and shipbuilding technologies, but also in mechanical, power, electronic, electrical, radio engineering, transport, construction and other industries. The volume reviews the results of research programmes ac complished in recent years by Soviet scientists in the development of composite materials based on aluminium and magnesium matrices, polymatrix composites (composite materials) with metal and polymeric matrices reinforced with boron and carbon fibres, steel wire, fibre glass and other fillers. The volume also reviews present-day physico-chemical fundamen tals and basic principles for developing and optimizing metal matrix composites, and describes the most expedient and efficient methods of MCM and MPCM manufacturing. Special attention is devoted to the issue of manufacturing MCM structural members, and their machin ing and plastic working, as well as to coupling techniques.

Fundamental Relationships Between Microstructures and Mechanical Properties of Metal Matrix Composites

Author : Peter K. Liaw
File Size : 84.57 MB
Format : PDF, ePub, Docs
Download : 450
Read : 175
Download »

Metal Matrix Composites

Author : R. K. Everett
File Size : 48.41 MB
Format : PDF
Download : 310
Read : 693
Download »
Metal Matrix Composites: Mechanisms and Properties includes sections on strengthening mechanisms, mechanical properties, fracture and fatigue, physical properties, and environmental effects.**Its companion volume, Metal Matrix Composites: Processing and Interfaces contains an introductory chapter that places the current state of the composites field in historical perspective. An extensive section on synthesis and processing describes in detail both standard and novel fabrication techniques. Composite interfaces are discussed in this volume's final chapter.**These two volumes combine to provide a comprehensive, state-of-the-art overview of metal matrix composites (MMCs). Represents the first attempt to gather, distill, and summarize available information on metal matrix composites**Comprises, in two volumes, state-of-the-art information on MMC processing, properties, and mechanisms**Discusses current issues and trends and provides a historical background to the field of composites**Includes detailed bibliographic data on selected topics**Presents information in a format that will be useful to the student and the researcher

Metal Matrix Composites

Author : T. S. Srivatsan
File Size : 84.30 MB
Format : PDF, Mobi
Download : 201
Read : 213
Download »
This collection brings together engineers, scientists, scholars, and entrepreneurs to present their novel and innovative contributions in the domain specific to metal-matrix composites and on aspects specific to processing, characterization, mechanical behavior, measurements, failure behavior, and kinetics governing microstructural influences on failure by fracture. Topics include but are not limited to: Metals and metal-matrix composites Nano-metal based composites Intermetallic-based composites Contributions in the above topics connect to applications in industry-relevant areas: automotive; nuclear and clean energy; aerospace; failure analysis; biomedical and healthcare; and heavy equipment, machinery, and goods.