مرکزی صفحہ Materials & Design Plastic materials: J.A. Brydson Publisher: Butterworths, UK. June 1982, 787 pp, ISBN: 0 408 00538 6...
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ing conditions. The treatment is based on the use of the stress intensity factor K and models are presented for diffusional cavity growth ahead of a crack. Grain boundary migration, sliding and void formation during high temperature fatigue are the topics covered in the final section. It is confirmed that grain boundaries have a major role to play in high temperature fatigue behaviour. This compilation of papers into one volume offers a useful source of information providing the reader has sufficient background knowledge. The level at which most chapters starts is well advanced and much of the work presented pushes to the frontiers of the particular topics. This is definitely a book for the specialist reader. J. Elliot ALUMINIUM BRONZE ALLOYS CORROSION RESISTANCE GUIDE A new publication 'Aluminium Bronze Corrosion Resistance Guide' has been issued by the Aluminium Bronze Advisory Service of Copper Development Association. The purpose of the Guide is to identify environments where Aluminium Bronze Alloys can successfuUy solve corrosion problems and provide basic information which Design Engineers can use to aid their decision making when selecting materials. Section 1 is a brief review of the corrosion resistant Aluminium Bronze Alloys, giving reasons for using these alloys in various corrosive situations. Section 2 presents the compositions and metallurgical structure of the various Aluminium Bronze Alloys in common use, relating their features to their corrosive resistance performance. In Section 3, different types of corrosion experienced in engineering service are described, with a comparison of relative resistance of Aluminium Bronzes with other materials. Finally Section 4 provides information on the use of Aluminium Bronzes in a number of industries and environments, indicating the relative suitability of alloys and materials for various purposes. Quantitative data is given throughout, supporting the statements made. The 'Aluminium Bronze Corrosion Resistance Guide' is available free of 693 charge ; from Aluminium Bronze Advisory Service, Copper Development Association, Orchard House, Mutton Lane, Potters Bar, Hertfordshire, EN6 3AP. PLASTICS MATERIALS J.A. Brydson Publisher: Butterworths, UK. June 1982, 787 pp, ISBN: 0 408 00538 6 Price £35.00 This latest edition maintains the high standard set previously. The Historical and Theoretical consideration of "Plastics" in the first nine chapters together with the following twenty one chapters on specific materials from a practical point of view makes this book complete. There are included some 100 new materials developed since the 1975 Edition (revised 1977). The trend towards interchangeability of some rubbers and plastics has also bee acknowledged by an extended coverage on rubbers. The diagrams and tables are easily understood and the index has not been found wanting as is often the case. The book is a "must" for both student and practising technologist. Computer Aided Gear Design, by D. Walton and S. Taylor. Computerised Shop Floor Data Collection in Small Companies, by Dr. N. Benwell. Desk Top Computers Controlling Mechanical Functions, by Dr. E.W. Reed. Desk Top Computers in Engineering Education, by Dr. M.J. Iremonger and P.D. Smith. Advanced Microcomputer Applications and Techniques, by Dr. D.T. Dalzell. "FRACTURE PROBLEMS & SOLUTIONS IN THE ENERGY INDUSTRY" L.A. Simpson; Pergamon Press Oxford 1982; V-252 ISBN: 0-08-028671-2 Price £25.00 This book contains 23 papers presented at the 5th Canadian Fracture Conference in 1981, a series which has been held in Canada as successors to the 4th International Conference on Fracture held at Waterloo, Ontario 1977. These domestic Conferences have as their objective the fostering of research and education in fracture of materials and to provide a forum for discussions in Canada. As such, some o D.J. Trafford of the papers have the form of a review whereas others are based on work in progress in Canada. DESK TOP COMPUTING Twenty three papers in fracture FOR ENGINEERS inevitably cover a very wide field and Seminar sponsored by the Engineering they cannot be comprehensive. The Manufacturing Industries Division of editor has made the theme that of the the Institution of Mechanical Engineers Canadian Energy Industry and so and the Institution of Production emphasis is placed on the coal, oil, gas and nuclear industries. In the last Engineers 5 May 1982 case, the emphasis is on zirconium Institution Headquarters alloys used in the Canadian Candu 1 Birdcage Walk, Westminster Boiling Water Reactor. Of the twenty three papers, two originated in London Published by Mechanical Engineering England, one in the U.S.A. and the remainder in Canada. Fourteen Publications Limited for The Institution of Mechanical Engineers Canadian and all the non-Canadian London 1982 papers came from University DepartPrice £8.00 UK £10.50 abroad ments. The editor has classified the papers The useful series of articles are: into four groups: Choosing and using Small Computers and Software in Engineering, by Effects of Hydrogen (5 papers). C.J. Clifton. Creep and Fatigue (8 papers). Current Micro and Desk-Top Fracture Analysis (5 papers). Computer Hardware, by Dr. J.E.T Fracture in Geologic Structures Penny. (5 papers). Applications of Desk Top Computing to Engineering Calculations, by The first paper reviews the degradS.K. Morgan. ation caused by hydrogen in mat- MATERIALS & DESIGN, Vol. 4 FEBRUARY/MARCH 1983