By K. M. Gupta, Nishu Gupta, Ashutosh Tiwari
This complete and distinctive ebook is meant to hide the immense and fast-growing box of electric and digital fabrics and their engineering according to glossy developments. uncomplicated and pre-requisite info has been incorporated for simple transition to extra advanced issues. newest advancements in a variety of fields of fabrics and their sciences/engineering, processing and purposes were incorporated. most recent subject matters like PLZT, vacuum as insulator, fiber-optics, hot temperature superconductors, shrewdpermanent fabrics, ferromagnetic semiconductors and so on. are lined. Illustrations and examples surround diverse engineering disciplines similar to robotics, electric, mechanical, electronics, instrumentation and keep watch over, machine, and their inter-disciplinary branches. numerous fabrics starting from iridium to garnets, microelectronics, micro alloys to reminiscence units, left-handed fabrics, complicated and futuristic fabrics are defined in detail.
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I am highly obliged to my postgraduate student Mr. Tech. (Materials Science) without whose help and support it was not possible to publish this book. He took great pains in formatting and typing of a large number of pages, typesetting, making figures etc. I also acknowledge my student Mr. Tech. (Materials Science) for some typing work. I extend my heartfelt gratitude to my friends Er. Ranjeet Singh Virmani, Er. D. Tewari, and Er. Satish Chandra Srivastava for their technical support in several ways.
Civil engineering materials, Electrical engineering materials, Mechanical engineering materials, Electronics engineering materials, 1 2 Advanced Electrical and Electronics Materials 5. Nuclear engineering materials, and 6. Computer engineering materials etc. These days, most materials find inter-disciplinary uses. It, therefore, becomes difficult to conceive as to which material belongs to which category. As an illustration, we take the example of aluminium. It is generally known as a mechanical engineering material but it finds use in electrical engineering also as a conductor; is used in electronics engineering for doping of intrinsic semiconductors; is used in metallurgical engineering as an alloying element; is used in civil engineering for decorative items.
Gaseous type iv. ceramic type v. polymeric type vi. fibrous type 4. Superconductors i. metallic type ii. ceramic type iii. ideal and hard types iv. low and high temperature types v. magnetic and non-magnetic types 5. Magnetic materials i. diamagnetic ii. paramagnetic iii. ferromagnetic iv. antiferromagnetic v. ferrimagnetic (or ferrites) 6. Ferroelectrics i. zirconates ii. hafnates 4 Advanced Electrical and Electronics Materials iii. titanates iv. PLZT 7. Piezoelectrics i. natural (as rochelle salt) ii.
Advanced electrical and electronics materials : processes and applications by K. M. Gupta, Nishu Gupta, Ashutosh Tiwari