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Materials, 2nd Edition by David Cebon, Hugh Shercliff, Michael F. Ashby

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Chapter 19 Follow the recipe: Processing and properties

Chapter contents

  • 19.1 Introduction and synopsis 460
  • 19.2 Processing for properties 461
  • 19.3 Microstructure of materials 463
  • 19.4 Microstructure evolution in processing 466
  • 19.5 Metals processing 479
  • 19.6 Non-metals processing 493
  • 19.7 Making hybrid materials 496
  • 19.8 Summary and conclusions 499
  • 19.9 Further reading 500
  • 19.10 Exercises 500
  • 19.11 Exploring design with CES 502

Some people are better at multi-tasking than others. The good ones should feel at home in manufacturing. Shaping, finishing and assembling components into products to meet the technical, economic and aesthetic expectations of consumers today requires the balancing of many priorities. Earlier chapters have introduced ...

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