16 Free eBooks on Material Science


Recent trends in the electronics and engineering industry have witnessed many innovations contributed by material science. So here’s bringing 16 free ebooks to help you learn the subject better and get inspired for some innovations! Happy making!

Atithya Amaresh

1. Light Metal Alloys Applications

Author: Waldemar A. Monteiro (ed.)

Publisher: InTech, 2014

Lightweight alloys have become of great importance for construction of transportation equipment. Many alloys have appropriately high strength to warrant their use for structural purposes, and the weight of equipment has been considerably decreased.

2. Materials Science: Advanced Topics

Author: Yitzhak Mastai (ed.)

Publisher: InTech, 2013

Modern materials science is a vibrant scientific discipline at the forefront of physics, chemistry, engineering, biology and medicine, and is becoming increasingly international in scope as demonstrated by emerging international collaborations.

3. Advanced Magnetic Materials

Author: Leszek Malkinski (ed.)

Publisher: InTech, 2012

This book reports on recent progress in technologies, methods, theory and applications of advanced magnetic materials. It covers broad spectrum of technologies and characterization of rapidly quenched nanowires for information technology.

4. Convection and Conduction Heat Transfer

Author: Amimul Ahsan

Publisher: InTech, 2011

The convection and conduction heat transfer, thermal conductivity, and phase transformations are significant issues in design of industrial processes and devices. This book covers mainly heat convection, heat conduction, and heat transfer analysis.

5. Materials of Engineering Construction

Author: Clement T Wiskocil

Publisher: Berkeley

The book presents information concerning the mechanical and physical properties of the principal materials of engineering. A knowledge of these properties is necessary for the intelligent selection and use of materials for given requirements.

6. Ferroelectromagnets: Fifty years after discovery

Author: I. E. Chupis

Publisher: arXiv, 2010

The problems and future prospects of enhancing magnetoelectric effects in ferroelectromagnets are being discussed. The book is intended for researchers in ferroelectricity and magnetism and for students of physical specialities.

7. Nanocrystal

Author: Yoshitake Masuda

Publisher: InTech, 2011

We focused on cutting-edge science and technology of Nanocrystals in this book. Nanocrystal is expected to lead to the creation of new materials and open up fresh possibilities for the solution to the environmental problems and energy problems.

8. New Tribological Ways

Author: Taher Ghrib

Publisher: InTech, 2011

This book reviews research on atomic and nanometric scale in various fields by introducing several mathematical models to measure some parameters characterizing metals like the hydrodynamic elasticity coefficient, hardness, lubricant viscosity, etc.

9. Nanotechnology

Publisher: Wikibooks, 2010

This book on nanoscience and nanotechnology gathers information about the various tools, methods and systems to provide students, researchers and everyone else a handbook and overview guide to this vast interdisciplinary and expanding field.

10. Carbon Nanotubes

Author: Jose Mauricio Marulanda

Publisher: InTech, 2010

Carbon nanotubes are allotropes of carbon with a cylindrical nanostructure. These cylindrical carbon molecules have novel properties, making them potentially useful in many applications in nanotechnology, electronics, optics, and other fields.

11. Applied Mechanics

Author: Gaetano Lanza

Publisher: J. Wiley

The work is a treatise on strength and stability, a number of subjects usually included in treatises on applied mechanics are omitted. It is primarily a text-book, the different subjects are presented in the best way for the progress of the class.

12. The Mechanical Properties of Wood

Author: Samuel J. Record

This book was written primarily for students of forestry to whom a knowledge of the technical properties of wood is essential. The mechanics involved is reduced to the simplest terms and without reference to higher mathematics.

13. Wave Propagation in Materials for Modern Applications

Author: Andrey Petrin

Publisher: InTech, 2010

The advances in nanotechnology give rise new types of materials with unique properties. This book is devoted to the modern methods in electrodynamics and acoustics, developed to describe wave propagation in these modern materials and nanodevices.

14. Mechanics of Materials

Author: Madhukar Vable

Publisher: Michigan Technological University, 2009

With strong practical examples and real-life engineering problems, the book promises to provide the skills and principles that students need to organize, integrate, and make sense of the flood of information in the world of modern engineering.

15. Fundamentals of Die Casting Design

Author: Genick Bar

Publisher: Meir, 2000

This book describes the fundamentals of design of the die casting process and die mold/runner. It will be useful for the die casting engineer as well as managers and anyone else who deals with the die casting operations.

16. Nanomaterials – A Sojourn

Author: B Viswanathan

Publisher: National Centre for Catalysis Research, 2006

Nanomaterials today have pervaded every sphere of human activity and can be presented in various formats. Sector-wise application of nanomaterials yields a synthesis approach and probably easy to comprehend. This approach is adopted in the book.


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