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Author Batchelor, A. W. (Andrew W.)

Title Materials degradation and its control by surface engineering / A.W. Batchelor, Loh Nee Lam, Margam Chandrasekaran.

Imprint London : Imperial College Press ; River Edge, NJ : Distributed in USA by World Scientific Pub., 2002.

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Edition 2nd ed.
Description 1 online resource (xv, 412 pages) : illustrations
text txt rdacontent
computer c rdamedia
online resource cr rdacarrier
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note Print version record.
Contents Ch. 1. Introduction. 1.1. Definition of materials degradation. 1.2. Definition and significance of surface engineering. 1.3. Classification of materials degradation by physical mechanism. 1.4. Economic and technical significance of materials degradation. 1.5. Summary -- pt. 1. Mechanisms of materials degradation. ch. 2. Mechanical causes of materials degradation. 2.1. Introduction. 2.2. Wear. 2.3. Fatigue, fracture and creep. 2.4. Summary -- ch. 3. Chemical causes of materials degradation. 3.1. Introduction. 3.2. Corrosion of metals in aqueous media. 3.3. Oxidative reactions of metals with oxygen, sulphur and halogens. 3.4. Softening and embrittlement of wood and polymers in water and other media. 3.5. Damage to cement and concrete, glass and engineering ceramics by water and other corrosive liquids. 3.6. Dissolution of metals and ceramics in liquid metals and molten inorganic salts and alkalis. 3.7. Biochemical and biological modes of materials degradation. 3.8. Corrosion resistant materials. 3.9. Summary -- ch. 4. Materials degradation induced by heat and other forms of energy. 4.1. Introduction. 4.2. Thermal degradation of materials. 4.3. Photochemical degradation of polymers. 4.4. High energy radiation damage of materials. 4.5. Summary -- ch. 5. Duplex causes of materials degradation. 5.1. Introduction. 5.2. Wear in a corrosive or chemically active environment. 5.3. Corrosion fatigue and corrosion embrittlement (SCC). 5.4. Summary.
pt. 2. Surface engineering. ch. 6. Discrete coatings. 6.1. Introduction. 6.2. Coatings of organic compounds. 6.3. Electrochemical coatings. 6.4. Plasma and thermal spraying, plasma-transferred arc, the D-gun. 6.5. Vacuum-based coating methods. 6.6. Friction surfacing, weld overlays and explosive bonding. 6.7. Advanced coating techniques. 6.8. Summary -- ch. 7. Integral coatings and modified surface layers. 7.1. Introduction. 7.2. Thermally or mechanically modified surface layers. 7.3. Thermochemical methods of coating. 7.4. Advanced surface modification technologies (ASMT). 7.5. Summary -- ch. 8. Characterization of surface coatings. 8.1. Introduction. 8.2. Measurement of surface roughness and coating thickness. 8.3. Hardness and microhardness analysis. 8.4. Adhesivity testing. 8.5. Microstructural evaluation. 8.6. Chemical analysis. 8.7. Residual stress analysis. 8.8. Special techniques for dynamic testing conditions. 8.9. Analysis of service characteristics. 8.10. Summary -- pt. 3. Application of control techniques. ch. 9. Control of materials degradation. 9.1. Introduction. 9.2. Methodology of analysing materials degradation. 9.3. Selection of optimal surface engineering technology. 9.4. Control of wear by surface engineering. 9.5. Control of corrosion by surface engineering. 9.6. Control of fatigue and fracture by surface engineering. 9.7. Summary -- ch. 10. Financial and industrial aspects of materials degradation and its control. 10.1. Introduction. 10.2. Financial analysis of materials degradation control. 10.3. Practical aspects of implementing new forms of surface engineering. 10.4. Evaluation of materials degradation of control in terms of value to the company or institution. 10.5. Summary.
Summary The second edition of Materials Degradation and Its Control by Surface Engineering continues the theme of the first edition, where discussions on corrosion, wear, fatigue and thermal damage are balanced by similarly detailed discussions on their control methods, e.g. painting and metallic coatings. The book is written for the non-specialist, with an emphasis on introducing technical concepts graphically rather than through algebraic equations. In the second edition, the graphic content is enhanced by an additional series of colour and monochrome photographs that illustrate key aspects of the controlling physical phenomena. Existing topics such as liquid metal corrosion have been extended and new topics such as corrosion inhibitors added.
Subject Surfaces (Technology)
Corrosion and anti-corrosives.
Mechanical wear.
Fracture mechanics.
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING -- Nanotechnology & MEMS.
Corrosion and anti-corrosives. (OCoLC)fst00880341
Fracture mechanics. (OCoLC)fst00933536
Mechanical wear. (OCoLC)fst01013438
Surfaces (Technology) (OCoLC)fst01139278
Genre/Form Electronic book.
Electronic books.
Added Author Loh Nee Lam.
Chandrasekaran, Margam.
Other Form: Print version: Batchelor, A.W. (Andrew W.). Materials degradation and its control by surface engineering. 2nd ed. London : Imperial College Press ; River Edge, NJ : Distributed in USA by World Scientific Pub., 2002 1860943349 9781860943348 (DLC) 2005280171 (OCoLC)51957539
ISBN 9781860947674 (electronic bk.)
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