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CRC materials science and engineering handbook
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The CRC Materials Science and Engineering Handbook, Third Edition is the most comprehensive source available for data on engineering materials. Organized in an easy-to-follow format based on materials properties, this definitive reference features data verified through major professional societies in the materials field, such as ASM International and the American Ceramic Society. The third edition has been significantly expanded, most notably by the addition of new tabular material for a wide range of nonferrous alloys and various composite materials.

For engineers making, selecting, or evaluating materials, this one, compact volume provides the ideal starting point. It is exceptionally easy to search-the authors have organized it according to materials properties, provided a key word indexing system, and placed many data sets in a convenient Selection Section where materials can be compared by property value, a feature ideal for design applications.

A bestseller since its first edition, the CRC Materials Science and Engineering Handbook stands alone as a the consummate reference for data on the full spectrum of engineering materials.


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This new edition (2nd ed., CH, Jan'95) offers some additional material and reorganization: the tab-like markings to help find sections have been removed; there is a dedication page in the new edition. The new edition has better graphics than the second, and "boxes" have been put around the data; the second edition presented data in "free form." However, in the second all the information was presented in a vertical format; the third has placed about half of the data in a horizontal format that requires the reader to rotate this heavy tome in order to read it. The third retains the awkward keyword list that substitutes for an index. The user would profit from a standard proper index. This handbook continues to have one of the least dense presentations of data of any reference book. One could easily present the information contained here in a book one-fifth the size of the present tome. Upper-division undergraduates through professionals. A. M. Strauss Vanderbilt University


Table of Contents

Chapter 1 Structure of Materialsp. 1
Electronic Structure of Selected Elementsp. 3
Available Stable Isotopes of the Elementsp. 5
Periodic Table of the Elementsp. 16
Periodic Table of Elements in Metallic Materialsp. 17
Periodic Table of Elements in Ceramic Materialsp. 18
Periodic Table of Elements in Polymeric Materialsp. 19
Periodic Table of Elements in Semiconducting Materialsp. 20
Periodic Table of Elements in Superconducting Metalsp. 21
Atomic and Ionic Radii of the Elementsp. 22
Bond Length Values Between Elementsp. 27
Periodic Table of Carbon Bond Lengths (A)p. 31
Carbon Bond Lengthsp. 32
Carbon Bond Lengths in Polymersp. 34
Bond Angle Values Between Elementsp. 37
Key to Tables of Crystal Structure of the Elementsp. 38
The Seven Crystal Systemsp. 39
The Fourteen Bravais Latticesp. 40
Periodic Table of the Body Centered Cubic Elementsp. 41
Periodic Table of the Face Centered Cubic Elementsp. 42
Periodic Table of the Hexagonal Close Packed Elementsp. 43
Periodic Table of the Hexagonal Elementsp. 44
Structure of Ceramicsp. 45
Atomic Mass of Selected Elementsp. 51
Solid Density of Selected Elementsp. 55
Density of Iron and Iron Alloysp. 58
Density of Wrought Stainless Steelsp. 60
Density of Stainless Steels and Heat-Resistant Alloysp. 62
Density of Aluminum Alloysp. 65
Density of Cooper and Copper Alloysp. 67
Density of Magnesium and Magnesium Alloysp. 70
Density of Nickel and Nickel Alloysp. 71
Density of Lead and Lead Alloysp. 72
Density of Tin and Tin Alloysp. 73
Density of Wrought Titanium Alloysp. 74
Density of Titanium and Titanium alloysp. 75
Density of Zinc and Zinc Alloysp. 76
Density of Permanent Magnet Materialsp. 77
Density of Precious Metalsp. 78
Density of Superalloysp. 79
Density of Selected Ceramicsp. 80
Density of Glassesp. 83
Specific Gravity of Polymersp. 93
Density of 55MSI Graphite/6061 Aluminum Compositesp. 100
Density of Graphite Fiber Reinforced Metalsp. 101
Density of Si[subscript 3]N[subscript 4] Compositesp. 101
Chapter 2 Composition of Materialsp. 103
Composition Limits of Tool Steelsp. 105
Composition Limits of Gray Cast Ironsp. 108
Composition Limits of Ductile Ironsp. 109
Composition Ranges for Malleable Ironsp. 110
Composition Ranges for Carbon Steelsp. 111
Composition Ranges for Resulfurized Carbon Steelsp. 112
Composition Ranges for Alloy Steelsp. 113
Composition of Stainless Steelsp. 116
Composition of Wrought Coppers and Copper Alloysp. 124
Classification of Copper and Copper Alloysp. 135
Composition Ranges for Cast Aluminum Alloysp. 136
Composition Ranges for Wrought Aluminum Alloysp. 139
Composition of Tin and Tin Alloysp. 142
Compositions of ACI Heat-Resistant Casting Alloysp. 143
Composition of Zinc Die Casting Alloysp. 145
Compositions of Wrought Superalloysp. 146
Typical Composition of Glass-Ceramicsp. 148
Chapter 3 Phase Diagram Sourcesp. 149
Phase Diagram Sourcesp. 150
Chapter 4 Thermodynamic and Kinetic Datap. 151
Bond Strengths in Diatomic Moleculesp. 153
Bond Strengths of Polyatomic Moleculesp. 171
Solubility of Copper and Copper Alloysp. 178
Heat of Formation of Inorganic Oxidesp. 179
Phase Change Thermodynamic Properties for The Elementsp. 195
Phase Change Thermodynamic Properties of Oxidesp. 202
Melting Points of the Elementsp. 212
Melting Points of Elements and Inorganic Compoundsp. 216
Melting Points Of Ceramicsp. 229
Heat of Fusion For Elements and Inorganic Compoundsp. 240
Heats of Sublimation of Metals and Their Oxidesp. 256
Key to Tables of Thermodynamic Coefficientsp. 257
Thermodynamic Coefficients for Selected Elementsp. 261
Thermodynamic Coefficients for Oxidesp. 275
Entropy of the Elementsp. 298
Vapor Pressure of the Elements at Very Low Pressuresp. 301
Vapor Pressure of the Elements at Moderate Pressuresp. 303
Vapor Pressure of the Elements at High Pressuresp. 306
Vapor Pressure of Elements and Inorganic Compoundsp. 309
Values of The Error Functionp. 314
Diffusion in Metallic Systemsp. 316
Diffusion of Metals into Metalsp. 351
Diffusion in Semiconductorsp. 362
Chapter 5 Thermal Properties of Materialsp. 371
Specific Heat of the Elements at 25 [degree]Cp. 373
Heat Capacity of Ceramicsp. 377
Specific Heat of Polymersp. 379
Specific Heat of Fiberglass Reinforced Plasticsp. 383
Thermal Conductivity of Metalsp. 384
Thermal Conductivity of Metals (Part 2)p. 386
Thermal Conductivity of Metals (Part 3)p. 388
Thermal Conductivity of Metals (Part 4)p. 390
Thermal Conductivity of Alloy Cast Ironsp. 392
Thermal Conductivity of Iron and Iron Alloysp. 393
Thermal Conductivity of Aluminum and aluminum alloysp. 394
Thermal Conductivity of Copper and Copper Alloysp. 396
Thermal Conductivity of Magnesium and Magnesium Alloysp. 399
Thermal Conductivity of Nickel and Nickel Alloysp. 400
Thermal Conductivity of Lead and Lead Alloysp. 401
Thermal Conductivity of Tin, Titanium, Zinc and their Alloysp. 402
Thermal Conductivity of Pure Metalsp. 403
Thermal Conductivity of Ceramicsp. 404
Thermal Conductivity of Glassesp. 416
Thermal Conductivity of Cryogenic Insulationp. 421
Thermal Conductivity of Cryogenic Supportsp. 422
Thermal Conductivity of Special Concretesp. 423
Thermal Conductivity of SiC-Whisker-Reinforced Ceramicsp. 424
Thermal Conductivity of Polymersp. 425
Thermal Conductivity of Fiberglass Reinforced Plasticsp. 435
Thermal Expansion of Wrought Stainless Steelsp. 436
Thermal Expansion of Wrought Titanium Alloysp. 438
Thermal Expansion of Graphite Magnesium Castingsp. 440
Linear Thermal Expansion of Metals and Alloysp. 441
Thermal Expansion of Ceramicsp. 449
Thermal Expansion of SiC-Whisker-Reinforced Ceramicsp. 483
Thermal Expansion of Glassesp. 484
Thermal Expansion of Polymersp. 505
Thermal Expansion Coefficients of Materials for Integrated Circuitsp. 518
Thermal Expansion of Silicon Carbide SCS-2-Alp. 519
ASTM B 601 Temper Designation Codes for Copper and Copper Alloysp. 520
Temper Designation System for Aluminum Alloysp. 522
Tool Steel Softening After 100 Hoursp. 523
Thermoplastic Polyester Softening with Temperaturep. 524
Heat-Deflection Temperature of Carbon- and Glass-Reinforced Engineering Thermoplasticsp. 525
Chapter 6 Mechanical Properties of Materialsp. 527
Tensile Strength of Tool Steelsp. 535
Tensile Strength of Gray Cast Ironsp. 537
Tensile Strength of Gray Cast Iron Barsp. 537
Tensile Strength of Ductile Ironsp. 538
Tensile Strength of Malleable Iron Castingsp. 539
Tensile Strength of Austenitic Stainless Steelsp. 540
Tensile Strength of Ferritic Stainless Steelsp. 545
Tensile Strength of Precipitation-Hardening Austenitic Stainless Steelsp. 547
Tensile Strength of High-Nitrogen Austenitic Stainless Steelsp. 548
Tensile Strength of Martensitic Stainless Steelsp. 549
Tensile Strength of Wrought Coppers and Copper Alloysp. 552
Tensile Strength of Aluminum Casting Alloysp. 563
Tensile Strength of Wrought Aluminum Alloysp. 566
Tensile Strength of Cobalt-Base Superalloysp. 573
Tensile Strength of Nickel-Base Superalloysp. 574
Tensile Strength of Wrought Titanium Alloys at Room Temperaturep. 579
Tensile Strength of Wrought Titanium Alloys at High Temperaturep. 582
Tensile Strength of Refractory Metal Alloysp. 586
Tensile Strength of Ceramicsp. 589
Tensile Strength of Glassp. 593
Tensile Strength of Polymersp. 596
Tensile Strength of Fiberglass Reinforced Plasticsp. 608
Tensile Strength of Carbon- and Glass-Reinforced Engineering Thermoplasticsp. 609
Strength of Graphite Fiber Reinforced Metalsp. 611
Tensile Strength of Graphite/Magnesium Castingsp. 612
Tensile Strength of Graphite/Aluminum Compositesp. 613
Tensile Strength of Graphite/Aluminum Compositesp. 613
Tensile Strength of Silicon Carbide SCS-2-Alp. 614
Ultimate Tensile Strength of Investment Cast Silicon Carbide SCS-Alp. 614
Ultimate Tensile Strength of Silicon Carbide-Aluminum Alloy Compositesp. 615
Tensile Strength of SiC-Whisker-Reinforced Aluminum Alloyp. 615
Ultimate Tensile Strength of Aluminum Alloy Reinforced with SiC Whiskers vs. Temperaturep. 616
Ultimate Tensile Strength of Reinforced Aluminum Alloy vs. Temperaturep. 617
Tensile Strength of Polycrystalline-Alumina-Reinforced Aluminum Alloyp. 618
Tensile Strength of Boron/Aluminum Compositesp. 618
Compressive Strength of Gray Cast Iron Barsp. 619
Compressive Strength of Ceramicsp. 620
Compressive Strength of Fiberglass Reinforced Plasticp. 623
Ultimate Compressive Strength of Investment Cast Silicon Carbide SCS-Alp. 624
Yield Strength of Tool Steelsp. 625
Yield Strength of Ductile Ironsp. 626
Yield Strength of Malleable Iron Castingsp. 627
Yield Strength of Austenitic Stainless Steelsp. 628
Yield Strength of Ferritic Stainless Steelsp. 633
Yield Strength of Martensitic Stainless Steelsp. 635
Yield Strength of Precipitation-Hardening Austenitic Stainless Steelsp. 638
Yield Strength of High-Nitrogen Austenitic Stainless Steelsp. 639
Yield Strength of Wrought Coppers and Copper Alloysp. 640
Yield Strength of Cast Aluminum Alloysp. 651
Yield Strength of Wrought Aluminum Alloysp. 654
Yield Strength of Wrought Titanium Alloys at Room Temperaturep. 661
Yield Strength of Wrought Titanium Alloys at High Temperaturep. 664
Yield Strength of Cobalt-Base Superalloysp. 668
Yield Strength of Nickel-Base Superalloysp. 669
Yield Strength of Commercially Pure Tinp. 673
Yield Strength of Polymersp. 674
Yield Strength of SiC-Whisker-Reinforced Aluminum Alloyp. 676
Yield Strength of Reinforced Aluminum Alloy vs. Temperaturep. 677
Yield Strength of Polycrystalline-Alumina-Reinforced Aluminum Alloyp. 678
Compressive Yield Strength of Polymersp. 679
Flexural Strength of Polymersp. 681
Flextural Strength of Fiberglass Reinforced Plasticsp. 687
Shear Strength of Wrought Aluminum Alloysp. 688
Torsion Shear Strength of Gray Cast Fep. 694
Hardness of Gray Cast Ironsp. 695
Hardness of Gray Cast Iron Barsp. 695
Hardness of Malleable Iron Castingsp. 696
Hardness of Ductile Ironsp. 697
Hardness of Tool Steelsp. 698
Hardness of Austenitic Stainless Steelsp. 700
Hardness of Ferritic Stainless Steelsp. 701
Hardness of Martensitic Stainless Steelsp. 702
Hardness of Precipitation-Hardening Austenitic Stainless Steelsp. 703
Machinability Rating of Wrought Coppers and Copper Alloysp. 704
Hardness of Wrought Aluminum Alloysp. 713
Hardness of Wrought Titanium Alloys at Room Temperaturep. 718
Hardness of Ceramicsp. 720
Microhardness of Glassp. 726
Hardness of Polymersp. 728
Hardness of Si[subscript 3]N[subscript 4] and Al[subscript 2]O[subscript 3] Compositesp. 735
Coefficient of Static Friction for Polymersp. 736
Abrasion Resistance of Polymersp. 737
Fatigue Strength of Wrought Aluminum Alloysp. 739
Reversed Bending Fatigue Limit of Gray Cast Iron Barsp. 743
Impact Energy of Tool Steelsp. 744
Impact Strength of Wrought Titanium Alloys at Room Temperaturep. 746
Impact Strength of Polymersp. 747
Impact Strength of Fiberglass Reinforced Plasticsp. 754
Impact Strength of Carbon- and Glass-Reinforced Engineering Thermoplasticsp. 755
Fracture Toughness of Si[subscript 3]N[subscript 4] and Al[subscript 2]O[subscript 3] Compositesp. 757
Tensile Modulus of Gray Cast Ironsp. 758
Tension Modulus of Treated Ductile Ironsp. 758
Tensile Modulus of Fiberglass Reinforced Plasticsp. 759
Tensile Modulus of Graphite/Aluminum Compositesp. 760
Tensile Modulus of Investment Cast Silicon Carbide SCS-Alp. 760
Tensile Modulus of Silicon Carbide SCS-2-Alp. 761
Young's Modulus of Ceramicsp. 762
Young's Modulus of Glassp. 769
Elastic Modulus of Wrought Stainless Steelsp. 771
Modulus of Elasticity of Wrought Titanium Alloysp. 773
Modulus of Elasticity in Tension for Polymersp. 774
Modulus of Elasticity of 55MSI Graphite/6061 Aluminum Compositesp. 780
Modulus of Elasticity of Graphite/Magnesium Castingsp. 781
Modulus of Elasticity of Graphite/Aluminum Compositesp. 782
Modulus of Elasticity of Graphite Fiber Reinforced Metalsp. 782
Modulus of Elasticity of SiC-Whisker-Reinforced Aluminum Alloyp. 783
Modulus of Elasticity of Polycrystalline-Alumina-Reinforced Aluminum Alloyp. 784
Modulus of Elasticity of Boron/Aluminum Compositesp. 784
Compression Modulus of Treated Ductile Ironsp. 785
Modulus of Elasticity in Compression for Polymersp. 785
Bulk Modulus of Glassp. 786
Shear Modulus of Glassp. 787
Torsional Modulus of Gray Cast Ironsp. 789
Torsion Modulus of Treated Ductile Ironsp. 789
Modulus of Elasticity in Flexure for Polymersp. 790
Flexural Modulus of Fiberglass Reinforced Plasticsp. 803
Flexural Modulus of Carbon- and Glass-Reinforced Engineering Thermoplasticsp. 804
Modulus of Rupture for Ceramicsp. 806
Rupture Strength of Refractory Metal Alloysp. 816
Rupture Strength of Superalloysp. 818
Modulus of Rupture for Si[subscript 3]N[subscript 4] and Al[subscript 2]O[subscript 3] Compositesp. 821
Poisson's Ratio of Wrought Titanium Alloysp. 822
Poisson's Ratio for Ceramicsp. 823
Poisson's Ratio of Glassp. 825
Poisson's Ratio of Silicon Carbide SCS-2-Alp. 826
Compression Poisson's Ratio of Treated Ductile Ironsp. 827
Torsion Poisson's Ratio of Treated Ductile Ironsp. 827
Elongation of Tool Steelsp. 828
Elongation of Ductile Ironsp. 829
Elongation of Malleable Iron Castingsp. 830
Elongation of Ferritic Stainless Steelsp. 831
Elongation of Martensitic Stainless Steelsp. 833
Elongation of Precipitation-Hardening Austenitic Stainless Steelsp. 836
Elongation of High-Nitrogen Austenitic Stainless Steelsp. 837
Total Elongation of Cast Aluminum Alloysp. 838
Elongation of Wrought Coppers and Copper Alloysp. 841
Elongation of Commercially Pure Tinp. 852
Elongation of Cobalt-Base Superalloysp. 853
Elongation of Nickel-Base Superalloysp. 854
Ductility of Refractory Metal Alloysp. 859
Elongation of Wrought Titanium Alloys at Room Temperaturep. 862
Elongation of Wrought Titanium Alloys at High Temperaturep. 865
Total Elongation of Polymersp. 869
Elongation at Yield for Polymersp. 879
Ultimate Tensile Elongation of Fiberglass Reinforced Plasticsp. 882
Total Strain of Silicon Carbide SCS-2-Alp. 883
Area Reduction of Tool Steelsp. 884
Reduction in Area of Austenitic Stainless Steelsp. 886
Reduction in Area of Ferritic Stainless Steelsp. 890
Reduction in Area of High-Nitrogen Austenitic Stainless Steelsp. 891
Reduction in Area of Precipitation-Hardening Austenitic Stainless Steelsp. 892
Reduction in Area of Martensitic Stainless Steelsp. 893
Reduction in Area of Commercially Pure Tinp. 895
Area Reduction of Wrought Titanium Alloys at Room Temperaturep. 896
Area Reduction of Wrought Titanium Alloys at High Temperaturep. 898
Strength Density Ratio of Graphite Fiber Reinforced Metalsp. 901
Modulus Density Ratio of Graphite Fiber Reinforced Metalsp. 901
Viscosity of Glassesp. 902
Internal Friction of SiO[subscript 2] Glassp. 917
Surface Tension of Elements at Meltingp. 918
Surface Tension of Liquid Elementsp. 924
Chapter 7 Electrical Properties of Materialsp. 939
Electrical Conductivity of Metalsp. 941
Electrical Resistivity of Metalsp. 948
Electrical Resistivity of Alloy Cast Ironsp. 955
Resistivity of Ceramicsp. 956
Volume Resistivity of Glassp. 962
Volume Resistivity of Polymersp. 975
Critical Temperature of Superconductive Elementsp. 983
Dissipation Factor for Polymersp. 985
Dielectric Strength of Polymersp. 993
Step Dielectric Strength of Polymersp. 1005
Dielectric Constant of Polymersp. 1008
Dielectric Breakdown of Polymersp. 1022
Dielectric Breakdown of Polymersp. 1023
Tangent Loss in Glassp. 1024
Electrical Permittivity of Glassp. 1029
Arc Resistance of Polymersp. 1035
Chapter 8 Optical Properties of Materialsp. 1043
Transmission Range of Optical Materialsp. 1044
Transparency of Polymersp. 1046
Refractive Index of Polymersp. 1053
Dispersion of Optical Materialsp. 1058
Chapter 9 Chemical Properties of Materialsp. 1071
Water Absorption of Polymersp. 1073
Standard Electromotive Force Potentialsp. 1085
Galvanic Series of Metalsp. 1103
Galvanic Series of Metals in Sea Waterp. 1104
Corrosion Rate of Metals in Acidic Solutionsp. 1106
Corrosion Rate of Metals in Neutral and Alkaline Solutionsp. 1107
Corrosion Rate of Metals in Airp. 1108
Corrosion Rates of 1020 Steel at 70[degree]Fp. 1109
Corrosion Rates of Grey Cast Iron at 70[degree]Fp. 1117
Corrosion Rates of Ni-Resist Cast Iron at 70[degree]Fp. 1126
Corrosion Rates of 12% Cr Steel at 70[degree]p. 1134
Corrosion Rates of 17% Cr Steel at 70[degree]Fp. 1143
Corrosion Rates of 14% Si Iron at 70[degree]Fp. 1152
Corrosion Rates of Stainless Steel 301 at 70[degree]Fp. 1161
Corrosion Rates of Stainless Steel 316 at 70[degree]Fp. 1170
Corrosion Rates of Aluminum at 70[degree]Fp. 1179
Corrosion Resistance of Wrought Coppers and Copper Alloysp. 1188
Corrosion Rates of 70-30 Brass at 70[degree]Fp. 1198
Corrosion Rates of Copper, Sn-Braze, Al-Braze at 70[degree]Fp. 1207
Corrosion Rates of Silicon Bronze at 70[degree]Fp. 1216
Corrosion Rates of Hastelloy at 70[degree]Fp. 1225
Corrosion Rates of Inconel at 70[degree]Fp. 1234
Corrosion Rates of Nickel at 70[degree]Fp. 1242
Corrosion Rates of Monel at 70[degree]Fp. 1251
Corrosion Rates of Lead at 70[degree]Fp. 1260
Corrosion Rates of Titanium at 70[degree]Fp. 1268
Corrosion Rates of ACI Heat-Resistant Castings Alloys in Airp. 1273
Corrosion Rates for ACI Heat-Resistant Castings Alloys in Flue Gasp. 1274
Flammability of Polymersp. 1275
Flammability of Fiberglass Reinforced Plasticsp. 1286
Chapter 10 Selecting Structural Propertiesp. 1287
Selecting Atomic Radii of the Elementsp. 1288
Selecting Ionic Radii of the Elementsp. 1291
Selecting Bond Lengths Between Elementsp. 1296
Selecting Bond Angles Between Elementsp. 1298
Selecting Density of the Elementsp. 1299
Chapter 11 Selecting Thermodynamic and Kinetic Propertiesp. 1303
Selecting Bond Strengths in Diatomic Moleculesp. 1304
Selecting Bond Strengths of Polyatomic Moleculesp. 1322
Selecting Heat of Formation of Inorganic Oxidesp. 1328
Selecting Specific Heat of Elementsp. 1337
Selecting Specific Heat of Polymersp. 1341
Selecting Melting Points of The Elementsp. 1344
Selecting Melting Points of Elements and Inorganic Compoundsp. 1348
Selecting Melting Points of Ceramicsp. 1360
Selecting Heat of Fusion For Elements and Inorganic Compoundsp. 1371
Selecting Entropy of the Elementsp. 1386
Selecting Diffusion Activation Energy in Metallic Systemsp. 1389
Chapter 12 Selecting Thermal Propertiesp. 1423
Selecting Thermal Conductivity of Metalsp. 1424
Selecting Thermal Conductivity of Metals at Temperaturep. 1453
Selecting Thermal Conductivity of Alloy Cast Ironsp. 1483
Selecting Thermal Conductivity of Ceramicsp. 1484
Selecting Thermal Conductivity of Ceramics at Temperaturep. 1496
Selecting Thermal Conductivity of Polymersp. 1515
Selecting Thermal Expansion of Tool Steelsp. 1519
Selecting Thermal Expansion of Tool Steels at Temperaturep. 1521
Selecting Thermal Expansion of Alloy Cast Ironsp. 1523
Selecting Thermal Expansion of Ceramicsp. 1524
Selecting Thermal Expansion of Glassesp. 1540
Selecting Thermal Expansion of Polymersp. 1551
Selecting Thermal Expansion Coefficients for Materials used in Integrated Circuitsp. 1556
Selecting Thermal Expansion Coefficients for Materials used in Integrated Circuits at Temperaturep. 1562
Chapter 13 Selecting Mechanical Propertiesp. 1567
Selecting Tensile Strength of Tool Steelsp. 1570
Selecting Tensile Strength of Gray Cast Ironsp. 1571
Selecting Tensile Strength of Ductile Ironsp. 1572
Selecting Tensile Strengths of Malleable Iron Castingsp. 1573
Selecting Tensile Strengths of Aluminum Casting Alloysp. 1574
Selecting Tensile Strengths of Wrought Aluminum Alloysp. 1577
Selecting Tensile Strengths of Ceramicsp. 1584
Selecting Tensile Strengths of Glassp. 1588
Selecting Tensile Strengths of Polymersp. 1590
Selecting Compressive Strengths of Gray Cast Iron Barsp. 1595
Selecting Compressive Strengths of Ceramicsp. 1596
Selecting Compressive Strengths of Polymersp. 1599
Selecting Yield Strengths of Tool Steelsp. 1602
Selecting Yield Strengths of Ductile Ironsp. 1603
Selecting Yield Strengths of Malleable Iron Castingsp. 1604
Selecting Yield Strengths of Cast Aluminum Alloysp. 1605
Selecting Yield Strengths of Wrought Aluminum Alloysp. 1608
Selecting Yield Strengths of Polymersp. 1615
Selecting Compressive Yield Strengths of Polymersp. 1617
Selecting Flexural Strengths of Polymersp. 1619
Selecting Shear Strengths of Wrought Aluminum Alloysp. 1623
Selecting Torsional Shear Strengths of Gray Cast Iron Barsp. 1629
Selecting Hardness of Tool Steelsp. 1630
Selecting Hardness of Gray Cast Ironsp. 1631
Selecting Hardness of Gray Cast Iron Barsp. 1631
Selecting Hardness of Ductile Ironsp. 1632
Selecting Hardness of Malleable Iron Castingsp. 1633
Selecting Hardness of Wrought Aluminum Alloysp. 1634
Selecting Hardness of Ceramicsp. 1639
Selecting Microhardness of Glassp. 1645
Selecting Hardness of Polymersp. 1646
Selecting Coefficients of Static Friction for Polymersp. 1651
Selecting Abrasion Resistance of Polymersp. 1652
Selecting Fatigue Strengths of Wrought Aluminum Alloysp. 1653
Selecting Reversed Bending Fatigue Limits of Gray Cast Iron Barsp. 1657
Selecting Impact Energy of Tool Steelsp. 1658
Selecting Impact Strengths of Polymersp. 1659
Selecting Tensile Moduli of Gray Cast Ironsp. 1664
Selecting Tensile Moduli of Treated Ductile Ironsp. 1664
Selecting Young's Moduli of Ceramicsp. 1665
Selecting Young's Moduli of Glassp. 1671
Selecting Moduli of Elasticity in Tension for Polymersp. 1673
Selecting Compression Moduli of Treated Ductile Ironsp. 1676
Selecting Modulus of Elasticity in Compression for Polymersp. 1676
Selecting Bulk Moduli of Glassp. 1677
Selecting Moduli of Elasticity in Flexure of Polymersp. 1678
Selecting Shear Moduli of Glassp. 1684
Selecting Torsional Moduli of Gray Cast Ironsp. 1686
Selecting Torsional Moduli of Treated Ductile Ironsp. 1686
Selecting Moduli of Rupture for Ceramicsp. 1687
Selecting Poisson's Ratios for Ceramicsp. 1692
Selecting Poisson's Ratios of Glassp. 1694
Selecting Compression Poisson's Ratios of Treated Ductile Ironsp. 1696
Selecting Torsion Poisson's Ratios of Treated Ductile Ironsp. 1696
Selecting Elongation of Tool Steelsp. 1697
Selecting Elongation of Ductile Ironsp. 1698
Selecting Elongation of Malleable Iron Castingsp. 1699
Selecting Total Elongation of Cast Aluminum Alloysp. 1700
Selecting Total Elongation of Polymersp. 1703
Selecting Elongation at Yield of Polymersp. 1707
Selecting Area Reduction of Tool Steelsp. 1708
Chapter 14 Selecting Electrical Propertiesp. 1709
Selecting Electrical Resistivity of Alloy Cast Ironsp. 1711
Selecting Resistivity of Ceramicsp. 1712
Selecting Volume Resistivity of Glassp. 1717
Selecting Volume Resistivity of Polymersp. 1730
Selecting Critical Temperature of Superconductive Elementsp. 1736
Selecting Dissipation Factor for Polymers at 60 Hzp. 1738
Selecting Dissipation Factor for Polymers at 1 MHzp. 1743
Selecting Dielectric Strength of Polymersp. 1747
Selecting Dielectric Constants of Polymers at 60 Hzp. 1752
Selecting Dielectric Constants of Polymers at 1 MHzp. 1757
Selecting Tangent Loss in Glassp. 1761
Selecting Tangent Loss in Glass by Temperaturep. 1766
Selecting Tangent Loss in Glass by Frequencyp. 1771
Selecting Electrical Permittivity of Glassp. 1776
Selecting Electrical Permittivity of Glass by Frequencyp. 1782
Selecting Arc Resistance of Polymersp. 1788
Chapter 15 Selecting Optical Propertiesp. 1791
Selecting Transmission Range of Optical Materialsp. 1792
Selecting Transparency of Polymersp. 1794
Selecting Refractive Indices of Glassesp. 1797
Selecting Refractive Indices of Polymersp. 1803
Chapter 16 Selecting Chemical Propertiesp. 1805
Selecting Water Absorption of Polymersp. 1806
Selecting Iron Alloys in 10% Corrosive Mediump. 1811
Selecting Iron Alloys in 100% Corrosive Mediump. 1827
Selecting Nonferrous Metals for use in a 10% Corrosive Mediump. 1844
Selecting Nonferrous Metals for use in a 100% Corrosive Mediump. 1862
Selecting Corrosion Rates of Metalsp. 1880
Selecting Corrosion Rates of Metals in Corrosive Environmentsp. 1885
Selecting Flammability of Polymersp. 1890