Crystalline Imperfections: Key Topics in Materials Science and Engineering
Crystalline Imperfections: Key Topics in Materials Science and Engineering deals with the practical aspects of compositional and structural imperfections, how they are controlled, and how they influence material properties and behaviors. The book is organized into two sections, the first of which is a tutorial on compositional impurities and different types of crystal lattice defects. The section that follows, the focal point of the book, furthers the learning process by guiding readers through a series of real-world problems and their respective solutions. The content of this book and its presentation format are particularly well suited for early-career engineers who would like to sharpen their understanding of physical metallurgy and its application in design and manufacturing.
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