The father-son authoring duo of Kenneth G. Budinski and Michael K. Budinski to bear in this practical, reader-friendly introduction to engineering materials. Author: Budinski, Kenneth G; Subjects: Materials.; Matériaux.; Materials science. Summary: (NOTE: All chapters begin with Chapter Goals and Rationale. Home Kenneth G. Budinski Michael K. Budinski Engineering Materials Properties and Selection Engineering Materials Properties and Selection (9th Edition).
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Refresh and try again. For example, in chapter 1, an “atom” is defined as “the smallest part of a substance that retains the properties of that substance. Budinski Snippet view – Open Preview See a Problem?
User Review – Flag as inappropriate Disappointing: Richard Beehner rated it liked it May 31, Similar errors can be found elsewhere if one is careful enough to look for them. Books by Kenneth G. For example, in Chapter 14 the authors introduce the “carbon equivalent” computation–a critical step for determining the weldability of steels. Roxana Saldarriaga rated it it was amazing Mar 02, Hardcoverpages.
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As a university faculty member, I could not recommend this book to a colleague, and will be sure not to repeat its use in any future offerings of a course I teach. Gumbo rated it really liked it Feb 09, The father-son authoring duo of Kenneth G.
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Why it was selected as an example to illustrate “the role of materials in engineering” escapes me. In other places “highschool” mistakes appear. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Balasubramani rated it it was amazing May 13, For undergraduate courses in Metallurgy and Materials Science.
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Want to Read saving…. This is not helped by poor examples, sloppy editing, poor documentation, and factual errors.
Yet, the formula provided disagrees with the one published by the American Welding Society AWSand is provided entirely without reference!
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Engineering Materials: Properties and Selection
Properties and Selection Kenneth G. However, this is clearly not a “materials” defect, as selection of a different material would not have fixed this problem. New to this edition the first edition appeared in is a new chapter addressing g.ubdinski, t. Kevin Genbrugge rated it liked it Aug 28, Budinski brings nearly 70 years of combined industry experience to bear in this practical, reader-friendly introduction to engineering materials.
This text covers theory and industry-standard selection practices, providing students with the working knowledge to g.budinskii an informed selection of materials for engineering applications and to correctly specify materials on drawings and purchasing documents.