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Overview

The CRC Practical Handbook of Materials Selection uses an easy-to-follow organization based on materials properties and includes many data sets to compare materials by property value. This volume serves as a companion volume to the CRC Materials Science and Engineering Handbook, Second Edition. The book provides an introduction to the key professional societies, educational institutions, and employment opportunities in the field of materials science and engineering.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780849337093
  • Publisher: CRC Press
  • Publication date: 2/15/1995
  • Edition description: First Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 640
  • Product dimensions: 7.20 (w) x 10.20 (h) x 1.50 (d)

Table of Contents

Professional Societies in Materials Science and Engineering
American Ceramic Society (ACerS)
ASM International (ASM)
American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM)
The Materials Research Society (MRS)
The Minerals, Metals, and Materials Society (TMS)
Society of Plastics Engineers (SPE)
Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET)
ABET Accredited Engineering Programs in Materials Science and Engineering and Related Areas (for Accreditation Cycle Ending July 1993)
Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET)
ABET Definition of Engineering
ABET Accredited Engineering Programs
Ceramic Group (NICE)
Geological and Geophysical Group (SME-AIME)
Materials Group (TMS Lead Society, with AIChE, ASME, and NICE)
Metallurgical Group (TMS Lead Society, with SME-AIME)
Mineral Group (SME-AIME Lead Society, with TMS)
Mining Group (SME-AIME)
Others (EAC of ABET)
Welding Group (TMS Lead Society, with ASME and SME)
Employment Data
Selecting Metals
Periodic Table of Elements in Metallic Materials
Thermodynamic Properties
Selecting Diffusion Activation Energy in Metallic Systems
Thermal Properties
Selecting Thermal Conductivity of Metals
Selecting Thermal Conductivity of Metals at Temperature
Selecting Thermal Conductivity of Alloy Cast Irons
Selecting Thermal Expansion of Tool Steels
Selecting Thermal Expansion of Tool Steels at Temperature
Selecting Thermal Expansion of Alloy Cast Irons
Selecting Tensile Strengthsof Tool Steels
Selecting Tensile Strengths of Gray Cast Irons
Selecting Tensile Strengths of Ductile Irons
Selecting Tensile Strengths of Malleable Iron Castings
Selecting Tensile Strengths of Aluminum Casting Alloys
Selecting Tensile Strengths of Wrought Aluminum Alloys
Selecting Compressive Strengths of Gray Cast Iron Bars
Selecting Yield Strengths of Tool Steels
Selecting Yield Strengths of Ductile Irons
Selecting Yield Strengths of Malleable Iron Castings
Selecting Yield Strengths of Cast Aluminum Alloys
Selecting Yield Strengths of Wrought Aluminum Alloys
Selecting Shear Strengths of Wrought Aluminum Alloys
Selecting Torsional Shear Strengths of Gray Cast Iron Bars
Selecting Hardness of Tool Steels
Selecting Hardness of Gray Cast Irons
Selecting Hardness of Ductile Irons
Selecting Hardness of Malleable Iron Castings
Selecting Hardness of Wrought Aluminum Alloys
Selecting Fatigue Strengths of Wrought Aluminum Alloys
Selecting Reversed Bending Fatigue Limits of Gray Cast Iron Bars
Selecting Impact Energy of Tool Steels
Selecting Tensile Moduli of Treated Ductile Irons
Selecting Tensile Moduli of Gray Cast Irons
Selecting Compression Moduli of Treated Ductile Irons
Selecting Torsional Moduli of Gray Cast Irons
Selecting Torsional Moduli of Treated Ductile Irons
Selecting Torsion Poisson's Ratios of Treated Ductile Irons
Selecting Compression Poisson's Ratios of Treated Ductile Irons
Selecting Elongation of Tool Steels
Selecting Elongation of Ductile Irons
Selecting Elongation of Malleable Iron Castings
Selecting Total Elongation of Cast Aluminum Alloys
Selecting Area Reduction of Tool Steels
Electrical Properties
Selecting Electrical Resistivity of Alloy Cast Irons
Selecting Critical Temperature of Superconductive Elements
Corrosion Properties
Selecting Iron Alloys in 10% Corrosive Medium
Selecting Iron Alloys in 100% Corrosive Medium
Selecting Nonferrous Metals for Use in a 10% Corrosive Medium
Selecting Nonferrous Metals for Use in a 100% Corrosive Medium
Selecting Corrosion Rates of Metals
Selecting Corrosion Rates of Metals in Corrosive Environments
Selecting Ceramic Materials and Glasses
Periodic Table of Elements in Ceramic Materials
Thermodynamic Properties
Selecting Heat of Formation of Inorganic Oxides
Selecting Melting Points of Elements and Inorganic Compounds
Selecting Melting Points of Ceramics
Thermal Properties
Selecting Thermal Conductivity of Ceramics
Selecting Thermal Conductivity of Ceramics at Temperature
Selecting Thermal Expansion of Ceramics
Selecting Thermal Expansion of Glasses
Mechanical Properties
Selecting Tensile Strengths of Ceramics
Selecting Tensile Strengths of Glass
Selecting Compressive Strengths of Ceramics
Selecting Hardness of Ceramics
Selecting Microhardness of Glass
Selecting Young's Moduli of Ceramics
Selecting Young's Moduli of Glass
Selecting Bulk Moduli of Glass
Selecting Shear Moduli of Glass
Selecting Moduli of Rupture for Ceramics
Selecting Poisson's Ratios for Ceramics
Selecting Poisson's Ratios of Glass
Electrical Properties
Selecting Resistivity of Ceramics
Selecting Volume Resistivity of Glass
Selecting Tangent Loss in Glass
Selecting Tangent Loss in Glass by Temperature
Selecting Tangent Loss in Glass by Frequency
Selecting Electrical Permitivity of Glass
Selecting Electrical Permitivity of Glass by Frequency
Optical Properties
Selecting Transmission Range of Optical Materials
Selecting Refractive Indices of Glasses
Selecting Polymeric Materials
Periodic Table of the Elements in Polymeric Materials
Thermal Properties
Selecting Specific Heat of Polymers
Selecting Thermal Conductivity of Polymers
Selecting Thermal Expansion of Polymers
Mechanical Properties
Selecting Tensile Strengths of Polymers
Selecting Compressive Strengths of Polymers
Selecting Yield Strengths of Polymers
Selecting Compressive Yield Strengths of Polymers
Selecting Flexural Strengths of Polymers
Selecting Hardness of Polymers
Selecting Coefficients of Static Friction for Polymers
Selecting Abrasion Resistance of Polymers
Selecting Impact Strengths of Polymers
Selecting Moduli of Elasticity in Tension for Polymers
Modulus of Elasticity in Compression for Polymers
Selecting Moduli of Elasticity in Flexure of Polymers
Selecting Total Elongation of Polymers
Selecting Elongation at Yield of Polymers
Electrical Properties
Selecting Volume Resistivity of Polymers
Selecting Dissipation Factor for Polymers at 60 Hz
Selecting Dissipation Factor for Polymers at 106 Hz
Selecting Dielectric Strength of Polymers
Selecting Dielectric Constants of Polymers at 60 Hz
Selecting Dielectric Constants of Polymers at 106 Hz
Selecting Arc Resistance of Polymers
Optical Properties
Selecting Transparency of Polymers
Selecting Refractive Indices of Polymers
Chemical Properties
Selecting Water Absorption of Polymers
Selecting Flammability of Polymers
Index

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