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Ceramics, Polymers and Composites, 2021/22, Semester 2
Dr N Warren
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McCrum, N.G., Buckley, C.P. and Bucknall, C.B.: Principles of Polymer Engineering Oxford University Press (1988)

Pethrick, R.A.: Polymer science and technology for engineers and scientists ISBN: 9781904445401 (pbk.) : £40.00; 1904445403 (pbk.) : £40.00 Whittles Publishing (2010)

Young, R.J. and Lovell, P.A.: Introduction to Polymers (3 rd Edition) CRC Press (2011)  

Ward, I.M. and Sweeney, J.: Mechanical Properties of Solid Polymers (3 rd Edition) Wiley (2012)

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Concise encyclopedia of advanced ceramic materials ISBN: 0080347207, (Edited by R.J. Brook), Pergamon, Oxford (1991)

W.D. Kingery, H.K. Bowen and D.R. Uhlman, Introduction to Ceramics, 2nd Edition, John Wiley, New York (1976) 

W. Lee and M. Rainforth, Ceramic microstructures : property control by processing ISBN: 0412431408, Chapman and Hall, London (1994)

D.J. Green, An introduction to the mechanical properties of ceramics ISBN: 052159913X (pbk); 0521590876, Cambridge University Press (1998)

R.W. Davidge, Mechanical behaviour of ceramics ISBN: 0521219159, Cambridge Solid State Science Series, Cambridge University Press (1986)

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Hull, D. and Clyne, T.W.: An Introduction to Composite Materials (2 nd Edition) Cambridge University Press (1996)  

Clyne, T.W. and Withers, P.J.: An introduction to metal matrix composites ISBN: 0521418089 Cambridge University Press (1993)

Taya, M. and Arsenault, R.J.: Metal matrix composites ISBN: 0080369839 (pbk ; cased) : £15.50; 0080369847 Oxford University Press (1989)

Handbook of Composites (edited by S.T. Peters), (2nd Edition), Chapman & Hall (1998)

This list was last updated on 08/12/2020