By ASM, Kathleen Mills
Presents engineers with more advantageous power for spotting an reading some of the good points of a fracture. The Atlas of Fractographs, which includes the second one 1/2 the quantity, includes greater than 1,300 fractographs. Supplemental illustrations of failed metal-matrix composites, resin-matrix composites, polymers, and digital fabrics also are incorporated. Over 1,900 illustrations and forty-one tables.
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