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1IntoductionDownload
2Crystal geometryDownload
3Unit cellDownload
4Classification of latticesDownload
5Gaps in Bravais lattice listDownload
6Symmetry - IDownload
7Symmetry - IIDownload
8Classification of lattices on the basis of symmetryDownload
9A symmetry based approach to Bravais latticesDownload
10Miller indices of directionsDownload
11Miller indices for planesDownload
12Miller indices for plane and its normal in Cubic CrystalDownload
13Weiss Zone law and its applicationsDownload
14Inter-planar spacingDownload
15Bragg’s LawDownload
16Close-packing of hard spheresDownload
17Hexagonal Close-Packed (HCP) structureDownload
18Lattice and motif of HCP crystalsDownload
19c/a ratio of an ideal HCP crystalDownload
20ABCABC stacking of close-packed spheresDownload
21Voids in close-packed structuresDownload
22Solid solutions IDownload
23Solid solutions IIDownload
24Hume-Rothery rulesDownload
25Ordered and disordered solid solutionsDownload
26GrapheneDownload
27Structure of graphiteDownload
28Structure of diamondDownload
29Carbon nanotubes (CNT)Download
30Buckminsterfullerene (C60)Download
31Ionic solidsDownload
32NaClDownload
33CsClDownload
34ZnSDownload
35BCC vs CsClDownload
36Amorphous SolidsDownload
37PolymersDownload
38Vinyl PolymersDownload
39Thermoplasts and ThermosetsDownload
40TacticityDownload
41CopolymersDownload
42Crystallinity in PolymersDownload
43Defects in CrystalsDownload
44VacanciesDownload
45Edge dislocation: Half planeDownload
46Edge dislocation: SlipDownload
47Characteristic vectors of a dislocationDownload
48Edge, screw and mixed dislocationsDownload
49Screw dislocationsDownload
50Burgers circuitDownload
51Elastic energy of a dislocation lineDownload
52Burgers vector: Shortest lattice translationDownload
53Burgers vector of a dislocation is constant along the lineDownload
54(Geometrical properties of a dislocations) Dislocation cannot end abruptly in a crystal: Free surfaceDownload
55Dislocation cannot end abruptly in a crystal: Grain boundariesDownload
56Dislocation cannot end abruptly in a crystal: Dislocation nodesDownload
57Dislocation cannot end abruptly in a crystal: Dislocation loopDownload
58Dislocation motionDownload
592D defects: Surfaces or interfacesDownload
60Free surface or external surface of the crystalDownload
61Stacking faultsDownload
62Twin boundaryDownload
63Grain boundaryDownload
64Small angle symmetric tilt boundaryDownload
65Ball bearing modelDownload
66Phase diagrams: IntroductionDownload
67Phases and componentsDownload
68Uses of phase diagramsDownload
69Phases present in the systemDownload
70Composition of phases present in the systemDownload
71Proportion of phases present in the systemDownload
72Microstructure evolution during solidification in isomorphous systemsDownload
73Eutectic systemDownload
74Eutectic reactionDownload
75Eutectic, hypoeutectic and hypereutectic alloysDownload
76Gibbs’ phase ruleDownload
77Fe-C phase diagramDownload
78Eutectoid, hypoeutectoid and hypereutectoid steelsDownload
79Microstructure of a hypoeutectoid steelDownload
80Microstructure of a hypereutectoid steelDownload
81Diffusion: IntroductionDownload
82Fick’s first lawDownload
83Fick’s second lawDownload
84Error function solution of Fick’s second lawDownload
85Atomic mechanisms of diffusionDownload
86Substitutional diffusion revisitedDownload
87Diffusion pathsDownload
88Steady and unsteady state diffusionDownload
89Phase TransformationDownload
90NucleationDownload
91Nucleation and capillary riseDownload
92Nucleation, growth and overall transformationDownload
93Time-temperature-transformation (TTT) diagramDownload
94Homogeneus and heterogeneous nucleationDownload
95Heat treatment of steelsDownload
96TTT diagram of Eutectoid SteelsDownload
97Quenching and martensiteDownload
98Austempering and bainiteDownload
99TemperingDownload
100Residual stresses and Quench cracksDownload
101Marquenching and martemperingDownload
102TTT diagram of hypoeutectoid and hypereutectoid steelsDownload
103TTT diagram of alloy steelDownload
104hardenability of steelsDownload
105Glass CeramicsDownload
106Tensile testDownload
107Plastic deformation and crystal structureDownload
108Shape changeDownload
109SlipDownload
110Resolved shear stressDownload
111CRSSDownload
112Schmid's lawDownload
113CRSS:Theory vs experimentDownload
114Why is experimental CRSS less than theoretical CRSSDownload
115Strengthening mechaniksmsDownload
116Dislocation densityDownload
117Frank-Read sourceDownload
118strain hardeningDownload
119Dislocation interaction leading to strain hardening IDownload
120Dislocation interaction leading to strain hardening IIDownload
121Solid solution hardeningDownload
122Grain size hardeningDownload
123Age hardening IDownload
124Age hardening IIDownload
125Metastable precipitatesDownload
126Annealing of cold-worked metalsDownload
127RecoveryDownload
128RecrystallizationDownload
129Grain GrowthDownload
130True stress and true strainDownload
131CreepDownload
132Effect of stress and temperature on creepDownload
133Creep MechanismsDownload
134CompositesDownload
135Isostrain modulusDownload
136Isostress modulusDownload
137FractureDownload
138Ductile and Brittle FractureDownload
139Role of crack sizeDownload
140Griffith's CriterionDownload
141Stress ConcentrationDownload
142Ductile to brittle transitionDownload
143Enhancing fracture resistanceDownload
144Toughening of glass: TemperingDownload
145Toughening of glass: Ion-ExchangeDownload
146FatigueDownload
147Sub-Critical crack growthDownload

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1IntoductionPDF unavailable
2Crystal geometryPDF unavailable
3Unit cellPDF unavailable
4Classification of latticesPDF unavailable
5Gaps in Bravais lattice listPDF unavailable
6Symmetry - IPDF unavailable
7Symmetry - IIPDF unavailable
8Classification of lattices on the basis of symmetryPDF unavailable
9A symmetry based approach to Bravais latticesPDF unavailable
10Miller indices of directionsPDF unavailable
11Miller indices for planesPDF unavailable
12Miller indices for plane and its normal in Cubic CrystalPDF unavailable
13Weiss Zone law and its applicationsPDF unavailable
14Inter-planar spacingPDF unavailable
15Bragg’s LawPDF unavailable
16Close-packing of hard spheresPDF unavailable
17Hexagonal Close-Packed (HCP) structurePDF unavailable
18Lattice and motif of HCP crystalsPDF unavailable
19c/a ratio of an ideal HCP crystalPDF unavailable
20ABCABC stacking of close-packed spheresPDF unavailable
21Voids in close-packed structuresPDF unavailable
22Solid solutions IPDF unavailable
23Solid solutions IIPDF unavailable
24Hume-Rothery rulesPDF unavailable
25Ordered and disordered solid solutionsPDF unavailable
26GraphenePDF unavailable
27Structure of graphitePDF unavailable
28Structure of diamondPDF unavailable
29Carbon nanotubes (CNT)PDF unavailable
30Buckminsterfullerene (C60)PDF unavailable
31Ionic solidsPDF unavailable
32NaClPDF unavailable
33CsClPDF unavailable
34ZnSPDF unavailable
35BCC vs CsClPDF unavailable
36Amorphous SolidsPDF unavailable
37PolymersPDF unavailable
38Vinyl PolymersPDF unavailable
39Thermoplasts and ThermosetsPDF unavailable
40TacticityPDF unavailable
41CopolymersPDF unavailable
42Crystallinity in PolymersPDF unavailable
43Defects in CrystalsPDF unavailable
44VacanciesPDF unavailable
45Edge dislocation: Half planePDF unavailable
46Edge dislocation: SlipPDF unavailable
47Characteristic vectors of a dislocationPDF unavailable
48Edge, screw and mixed dislocationsPDF unavailable
49Screw dislocationsPDF unavailable
50Burgers circuitPDF unavailable
51Elastic energy of a dislocation linePDF unavailable
52Burgers vector: Shortest lattice translationPDF unavailable
53Burgers vector of a dislocation is constant along the linePDF unavailable
54(Geometrical properties of a dislocations) Dislocation cannot end abruptly in a crystal: Free surfacePDF unavailable
55Dislocation cannot end abruptly in a crystal: Grain boundariesPDF unavailable
56Dislocation cannot end abruptly in a crystal: Dislocation nodesPDF unavailable
57Dislocation cannot end abruptly in a crystal: Dislocation loopPDF unavailable
58Dislocation motionPDF unavailable
592D defects: Surfaces or interfacesPDF unavailable
60Free surface or external surface of the crystalPDF unavailable
61Stacking faultsPDF unavailable
62Twin boundaryPDF unavailable
63Grain boundaryPDF unavailable
64Small angle symmetric tilt boundaryPDF unavailable
65Ball bearing modelPDF unavailable
66Phase diagrams: IntroductionPDF unavailable
67Phases and componentsPDF unavailable
68Uses of phase diagramsPDF unavailable
69Phases present in the systemPDF unavailable
70Composition of phases present in the systemPDF unavailable
71Proportion of phases present in the systemPDF unavailable
72Microstructure evolution during solidification in isomorphous systemsPDF unavailable
73Eutectic systemPDF unavailable
74Eutectic reactionPDF unavailable
75Eutectic, hypoeutectic and hypereutectic alloysPDF unavailable
76Gibbs’ phase rulePDF unavailable
77Fe-C phase diagramPDF unavailable
78Eutectoid, hypoeutectoid and hypereutectoid steelsPDF unavailable
79Microstructure of a hypoeutectoid steelPDF unavailable
80Microstructure of a hypereutectoid steelPDF unavailable
81Diffusion: IntroductionPDF unavailable
82Fick’s first lawPDF unavailable
83Fick’s second lawPDF unavailable
84Error function solution of Fick’s second lawPDF unavailable
85Atomic mechanisms of diffusionPDF unavailable
86Substitutional diffusion revisitedPDF unavailable
87Diffusion pathsPDF unavailable
88Steady and unsteady state diffusionPDF unavailable
89Phase TransformationPDF unavailable
90NucleationPDF unavailable
91Nucleation and capillary risePDF unavailable
92Nucleation, growth and overall transformationPDF unavailable
93Time-temperature-transformation (TTT) diagramPDF unavailable
94Homogeneus and heterogeneous nucleationPDF unavailable
95Heat treatment of steelsPDF unavailable
96TTT diagram of Eutectoid SteelsPDF unavailable
97Quenching and martensitePDF unavailable
98Austempering and bainitePDF unavailable
99TemperingPDF unavailable
100Residual stresses and Quench cracksPDF unavailable
101Marquenching and martemperingPDF unavailable
102TTT diagram of hypoeutectoid and hypereutectoid steelsPDF unavailable
103TTT diagram of alloy steelPDF unavailable
104hardenability of steelsPDF unavailable
105Glass CeramicsPDF unavailable
106Tensile testPDF unavailable
107Plastic deformation and crystal structurePDF unavailable
108Shape changePDF unavailable
109SlipPDF unavailable
110Resolved shear stressPDF unavailable
111CRSSPDF unavailable
112Schmid's lawPDF unavailable
113CRSS:Theory vs experimentPDF unavailable
114Why is experimental CRSS less than theoretical CRSSPDF unavailable
115Strengthening mechaniksmsPDF unavailable
116Dislocation densityPDF unavailable
117Frank-Read sourcePDF unavailable
118strain hardeningPDF unavailable
119Dislocation interaction leading to strain hardening IPDF unavailable
120Dislocation interaction leading to strain hardening IIPDF unavailable
121Solid solution hardeningPDF unavailable
122Grain size hardeningPDF unavailable
123Age hardening IPDF unavailable
124Age hardening IIPDF unavailable
125Metastable precipitatesPDF unavailable
126Annealing of cold-worked metalsPDF unavailable
127RecoveryPDF unavailable
128RecrystallizationPDF unavailable
129Grain GrowthPDF unavailable
130True stress and true strainPDF unavailable
131CreepPDF unavailable
132Effect of stress and temperature on creepPDF unavailable
133Creep MechanismsPDF unavailable
134CompositesPDF unavailable
135Isostrain modulusPDF unavailable
136Isostress modulusPDF unavailable
137FracturePDF unavailable
138Ductile and Brittle FracturePDF unavailable
139Role of crack sizePDF unavailable
140Griffith's CriterionPDF unavailable
141Stress ConcentrationPDF unavailable
142Ductile to brittle transitionPDF unavailable
143Enhancing fracture resistancePDF unavailable
144Toughening of glass: TemperingPDF unavailable
145Toughening of glass: Ion-ExchangePDF unavailable
146FatiguePDF unavailable
147Sub-Critical crack growthPDF unavailable


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