Ferrous Powder Metallurgy

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Author: Andrej Šalak
Publisher: Cambridge International Science Pub
ISBN: 9781898326038
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Ferrous Powder Metallurgy by Andrej Šalak


Original Title: Ferrous Powder Metallurgy

Because of the position of ferrous powder metallurgy, the author deals with the theoretical fundamentals and technical and technological aspects of the current state of knowledge in ferrous powder metallurgy so that special attention may be given to all factors influencing parts and materials with the required properties, form and dimensions, stressing their higher economic efficiency. The book also shows the extensive possibilities for further development of ferrous powder metallurgy and should therefore contribute to increasing the level of general and detailed knowledge of experts working in this area and should help in transition from fabrication of parts by conventional methods with all typical economic and ecological shortcomings to fabrication by powder metallurgy methods.

Nanocrystalline Materials

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Author: Aleksandr Ivanovich Gusev
Publisher: Cambridge Int Science Publishing
ISBN: 1898326266
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Nanocrystalline Materials by Aleksandr Ivanovich Gusev


Original Title: Nanocrystalline Materials

In the monograph, the first of this type in the world, the authors discuss systematically the current state of investigations into nanocrystalline materials. The experimental results on the effect of the nanocrystalline state on the microstructure and the mechanical, thermophysical, optical, and magnetic properties of metals, alloys and solid-phase compounds are generalised. Special attention is given to the main methods of production of isolated nanoparticles, ultrafine powders and dense nanocrystalline materials. The dimensional effects in isolated nanoparticles and high-density nanocrystalline materials are discussed in detail, and the important role of the interface in the formation of the structure and properties of dense nanocrystalline materials is shown. The modelling considerations, explaining special features of the structure and anomalous properties of substances in the nanocrystalline condition, are analysed.

Cambridge Primary Science Stage 3 Activity Book

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Author: Jon Board
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1107611458
Size: 45.91 MB
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Cambridge Primary Science Stage 3 Activity Book by Jon Board


Original Title: Cambridge Primary Science Stage 3 Activity Book

Cambridge Primary Science is a flexible, engaging course written specifically for the Cambridge Primary Science curriculum framework. This Activity Book for Stage 3 contains exercises to support each topic in the Learner's Book, which may be completed in class or set as homework. Exercises are designed to consolidate understanding, develop application of knowledge in new situations, and develop Scientific Enquiry skills. There is also an exercise to practise the core vocabulary from each unit.

Mechanical Alloying

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Author: P. R. Soni
Publisher: Cambridge Int Science Publishing
ISBN: 1898326568
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Mechanical Alloying by P. R. Soni


Original Title: Mechanical Alloying

Annotation ContentsIntroduction (history, benefits of mechanical alloying); Mechanical alloying (alloying mills, mills in practice, improved mills, the process, parameters); Variations of mechanical alloying (reaction milling, cryomilling, repeated rolling, double mechanical alloying, repeated forging); Process controlagents in MA; (ductile-ductile system, ductile-brittle system, brittle-brittle system, metastable phase formation, amorphisation, nanocrystallization, extension of solid solubility, activation of solid state chemical interaction); Energy transfer and energy maps; Consolidation of mechanically alloyed powders (consolidation techniques, thermomechanical treatment); Mechanical properties of mechanically alloyed materials (tensile properties, fracture, creep, stress corrosion cracking susceptibility); Modelling MA (mechanistic models, deformation, coalescence and fragmentation, evolution of particle size, milling time, powder heating, powder cooling, atomistic model, thermodynamic and kinetic model)Joining of mechanically alloyed materials; Rapid solidification and mechanical alloying; Applications (nickel-based superalloys, AI-based materials, supersaturated solutions, magnetic materials, mechanically alloyed powders for spray coatings, superplasticity, tribological materials, composites, amorphous solids, nanocrystalline materials, solid-state chemical reactions, etc).

Cambridge Primary Science Stage 4 Teacher S Resource Book With Cd Rom

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Author: Fiona Baxter
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 110766151X
Size: 69.83 MB
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Cambridge Primary Science Stage 4 Teacher S Resource Book With Cd Rom by Fiona Baxter


Original Title: Cambridge Primary Science Stage 4 Teacher S Resource Book With Cd Rom

Cambridge Primary Science is a flexible, engaging course written specifically for the Cambridge Primary Science curriculum framework. This Teacher's Resource for Stage 4 contains guidance on all components in the series. Select activities and exercises to suit your teaching style and your learners' abilities from the wide range of ideas presented. Guidance includes suggestions for differentiation and assessment, and supplementing your teaching with resources available online, to help tailor your scheme of work according to your needs. Answers to questions from the Learner's Book and Activity Book are also included. The material is presented in editable format on CD-ROM, as well as in print, to give you the opportunity to adapt it to your needs.

Mechanics Tensors Virtual Works

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Author: Yves Talpaert
Publisher: Cambridge International Science Pub
ISBN: 9781898326113
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Mechanics Tensors Virtual Works by Yves Talpaert


Original Title: Mechanics Tensors Virtual Works

Most of the text comes from this level courses that the author taught at universities and engineering schools. In the particular case where such a course cannot be taught to engineers, a lot of introduced matters constitute the mathematical and mechanical bases of applied engineering mechanics. The various chapters connect the notions of mechanics of first and second year with the ones which are developed in more specialized subjects as continuum mechanics at first, and fluid-dynamics, quantum mechanics, special relativity, general relativity, electromagnetism, stellar dynamics, celestial mechanics, meteorology, applied differential geometry, and so on. This book is the ideal mathematical and mechanical preparation for the above mentioned specialized disciplines. This is a course of Analytical Mechanics which synthesizes the notions of first level mechanics and leads to the various mentioned disciplines by introducing mathematical concepts as tensor and virtual work methods. Analytical mechanics is not only viewed as a self-sufficient mathematical discipline, but as a subject of mechanics preparing for theories of physics and engineering too.

Cambridge Primary Science Stage 4 Activity Book

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Author: Fiona Baxter
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1107656656
Size: 27.61 MB
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Cambridge Primary Science Stage 4 Activity Book by Fiona Baxter


Original Title: Cambridge Primary Science Stage 4 Activity Book

Cambridge Primary Science is a flexible, engaging course written specifically for the Cambridge Primary Science curriculum framework. This Activity Book for Stage 4 contains exercises to support each topic in the Learner's Book, which may be completed in class or set as homework. Exercises are designed to consolidate understanding, develop application of knowledge in new situations, and develop Scientific Enquriy skills. There is also an exercise to practise the core vocabulary from each unit.

Economic Dynamics In A Changing World

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Author: David Z Rich
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ISBN: 9781910889022
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Economic Dynamics In A Changing World by David Z Rich


Original Title: Economic Dynamics In A Changing World

Rich spent his early years in Detroit, and Miami Beach, Florida, graduating from Florida State University with degrees in economics and philosophy; thereafter was accepted to the London School of Economics as a doctoral candidate in economics and philosophy. Economic Dynamics in a Changing World is based on a lifetime of study are research, leading to an original theory in economics, uniting business and financial cycles in relation to the various macro and international sectors of the global economies.This is Rich's 9th published volume.

Handbook For Academic Authors

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Author: Beth Luey
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 0521194989
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Handbook For Academic Authors by Beth Luey


Original Title: Handbook For Academic Authors

Whether you are a graduate student seeking to publish your first article, a new Ph.D. revising your dissertation for publication, or an experienced author working on a new monograph, textbook, or digital publication, Handbook for Academic Authors provides reliable, concise advice about selecting the best publisher for your work, maintaining an optimal relationship with your publisher, submitting manuscripts to book and journal publishers, working with editors, navigating the production process, and helping to market your book. It also offers information about illustrations, indexes, permissions, and contracts and includes a chapter on revising dissertations and one on the financial aspects of publishing. The book covers not only scholarly monographs but also textbooks, anthologies, multiauthor books, and trade books. This fifth edition has been revised and updated to align with new technological and financial realities, taking into account the impact of digital technology and the changes it has made in authorship and publishing.

Tsunami Events And Lessons Learned

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Author: Y.A. Kontar
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9400772696
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Tsunami Events And Lessons Learned by Y.A. Kontar


Original Title: Tsunami Events And Lessons Learned

This book is a collective effort by world experts, bringing together assorted contributions presented during the Ocean Science Session OS-017, of the AOGS-AGU Joint Assembly held in Singapore in 2012 (the Asia Tsunami and Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami events). The chapters cover assessment, evaluation, forecast and lessons learned as well as environmental and societal impacts of the latest tsunamis that occurred in the Indian Ocean in 2004 and the Pacific Ocean in Japan 2011. The book is aimed at experts, scientists and decision makers seeking recent updated information, knowledge and experiences to better understand, quantify, forecast and protect coastal water resources, ecosystems, communities and human settlements which are often affected by tsunamis.

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