"Thermodynamics of Microstructures (#05232G)" by Taiji Nishizawa

Thermodynamics of Microstructures (#05232G) by Taiji Nishizawa
ASM International | 2008 | ISBN: 0871707160 | 291 pages | File type: PDF | 7 mb
This information packed text and reference book introduces mathematical models for describing microstructural phenomena. Thermodynamics of Microstructures is the English translation of a popular Japanese text.

The teaching method of the book is enhanced with solved problems. Each chapter has exercises complemented with notes, hints, and answers, and references important literature.
This solid background in computational thermodynamics will allows the material scientist and material designer to use computational methods to develop new materials by modeling phase equilibia, molecular structure, and dynamics.

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Research scientists and engineers with a background similar to that of a senior level materials science student will find it useful in industry and for academic research.

Main Features
? Theoretical basis for understanding microstructures of solids
? Thermodynamic approach to phase equilibria and interfaces
? Diffusion laws and mechanisms
? Basis for computational thermodynamics
? Concepts illustrated with over 180 figures
? Concepts reinforced with exercises, some containing hints and answers
? Chapters include enrichment materials
About the Author(s) or Editor(s)
Professor Taiji Nishizawa is Professor Emeritus at Tohoku University and an Advisor to Sumitomo Metal Industries, Ltd. He holds a B. Sc and D. Eng. degrees in Material Science from Tohoku where he taught. He has also been a visiting researcher at the Royal Institute of Technology in Sweden.
Professor Nishizawa has served as Vice President, Iron and Steel Institute of Japan; President, Japan Institute of Metals; Chairman, Japanese Committee for Alloy Phase Diagrams. In addition to authoring over 150 technical papers, he has been Associate Editor, Bulletin of Alloy Phase Diagrams; Associate Editor, (CALPHAD); Representative of Japan, Alloy Phase Diagram International Commission (APDIC); Associate Editor, Journal of Phase Equilibria, and is currently Associate Editor, Journal of Phase Equilibria and Diffusion.
A small selection of his many professional awards include The Meritorious Award, The Japan Institute of Metals (1970), Gibbs Triangle Award (1994), Honda Gold Medal Award The Japan Institute of Metals (1998), Gold Medal, The Japan Institute of Metals (2001), Best Paper Award The Iron and Steel Institute of Japan (2002), Tawara Gold Medal, The Iron and Steel Institute of Japan (2005), and the Hume-Rothery Prize, Institute of Materials, Minerals Mining (2007).
The translation is supervised by Professor Kiyohito Ishida, Graduate School of Engineering, Tohoku University. Professor Ishida is the current President of the Japan Institute of Metals and is also an Associate Editor of the Journal of Phase Equibibria and Diffusion.

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