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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For example, in chapter 1, an “atom” is defined as “the smallest part of a substance that retains the properties of that substance. Hardcoverpages.
Engineering Materials: Properties and Selection by Kenneth G. Budinski
User Review – Flag as inappropriate Disappointing: Want to Read saving…. No eBook available Amazon. While it is clearly an extensive record of experience, its suitability as an engineering or technology text is weak at best. The editing of this book leaves much to be desired.
Overall, the text has a stream-of-consciousness style that makes it a long, rambling read. Preview — Engineering Materials by Kenneth G.
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For example, in Chapter 14 the authors introduce the “carbon equivalent” computation–a critical step for determining the weldability of steels. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Evrensait95 rated it really liked it Materiasl 21, BudinskiMichael K. The book also reflects a poor engineerkng to explain things. Brandon Hill rated it really liked it Sep 24, Michael Valeriano rated it it was amazing Sep 17, New to this edition the first edition appeared in is a new chapter addressing corrosion, t.
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Budinski brings nearly 70 years of combined industry experience to bear in this practical, reader-friendly introduction to engineering materials. Kevin Genbrugge rated it liked it Aug 28, Richard Beehner rated it liked it May ienneth, Aaron Brown rated it liked it Jun 09, Why it was selected as an example to illustrate “the role of materials in engineering” escapes me.