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STRENGTH AND TOUGHNESS OF MATERIALS

Strength and Toughness of Materials

 
 Author(s)                 

Toshiro Kobayashi
 Publisher Springer
 Date 2004
 Pages 275
 Format pdf
 Size 9.5 Mb


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   Materials are very important elements supporting various technological fields. However, students do not necessarily want to study in this field. It may be that they can not conceptualize a concrete image of materials. Even in the limited field of engineering, development of each technology depends mainly on materials. Materials often become a key problem also in design and R&D. The most basic theme in those efforts seems to exist in materials. Recently used materials, including ceramics and polymers, reach a very wide range and a shift from metal age is underway. However, most advanced materials have inherent brittleness; therefore their practical use is limited in many cases. In this respect, metal is superior in toughness and is used largely in various fields. What is toughness? In short, it represents a resistance to fracture; moreover, high strength is implicitly expected. Material having high strength and fracture resistance is demanded in new applications: metal is used widely for such reasons. Notwithstanding, we must find a new way to develop high temperature properties, which have reached a point of saturation in metallic materials. Ceramics and intermetallic compounds are very attractive in this respect. However, it will be difficult to utilize them immediately as structural materials for their brittleness. Moreover, strength and toughness show a generally contradictory tendency. It is a mission of material engineers to solve such a contradiction and to realize practical utilization.

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