• Material Science and Metallurgy (Specially Designed for Diploma Course)

Material Science and Metallurgy (Specially Designed for Diploma Course)

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Book Detail
Publication Year 2021
ISBN-13 9788195028726
ASIN 8195028721
Language English
Edition 1
Pages 244
Preface Para1 Present, is the age of technology and science necessitating a greater skill and knowledge for technocrates, this book presents the subject matter in full conformity with the syllabi prescribed by AICTE. The main purpose of the book is to explain the basic metallurgical phenomenon to identify the composition and properties of commercial material and allows as well to explain the various metal forming processes. Throughout the book, emphasis has been upon the clear statement and description of the basic principles. The main objective of the authors in writing this book has been to present the various aspects of materials and metallurgy in simple language, a most graspable and lucid manner. To keep it within the easy reach of the engineering students, technocrates and working engineers, all the topics have been explained with practical examples wherever necessary. To apprise the student about the expected type of questions which can be asked in the examination important review questions have been provided at the end of each chapter. Every attempt has been made to update the subject matter of the book while maintaining its language to be simple and clear. Every valuable suggestion received has been incorporated. It is hoped that the book will continue to get an encouraging response as before, both from students and teachers, by serving its purpose nicely.
Table of Contents
Table of Contents 1. Importance of Materials 2. Ferrous Metal and Alloy 3. Iron Carbon Equilibrium Diagram 4. Heat Treatment 5. T-T-T diagrams 6. Non-ferrous Metals and Alloys 7. Other Important Materials Practicals Question Bank Previous Years Papers

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