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by R.S. Khurmi,R.S. Sedha
S. Chand & Company Ltd, 2014. 5th or later edition. Softcover. New. A textbook for B.E./ B.Tech. students of different universities and A.M.I.E. courses.The entire book has been rewritten and arranged in a systematic manner. Lot of useful illustrations and photographs have been added to widen the scope and utility of this book. This book is suitable for a first course in engineering materials or material science. To make the book more useful for A.M.I.E.(I) stream students, the complete solutions of their examination papers up to winter, 2005 have been included. Contents: Introduction; Structure of Atoms; Crystal Structure; Bonds in Solids; Electron Theory of Metals; Part II :Mechanical Behaviour of Metals; Mechanical Properties of Metals; Mechanical Tests of Metals; Deformation of Metals; Fracture of Metals; Part III : Engineering Metallurgy ; Iron-Carbon Alloy System; Heat Treatment; Corrosion of Metals; Part IV : Engineering Materials; Ferrous and Non-Ferrous Alloys; Organic Materials; Composite Materials and Ceramics; Semiconductors; Insulating Materials; Magnetic Materials; Appendix A Printed Pages: 390.
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