Deformation and Fracture Mechanics of Engineering Materials, 5th Edition
Richard W. Hertzberg received his B. As an active member of several engineering societies, he has been elected as a Fellow of the American Society for Metals and was recipient of the TMS Educator Award as the most outstanding educator in the nation. He has authored approximately scholarly articles, co-authored Fatigue of Engineering Plastics Academic Press, , and co-authored the fifth edition of Deformation and Fracture Mechanics of Engineering Materials. Hertzberg has also been an invited lecturer in the United States, Asia, Israel, and Europe, and has served as a consultant to government and industry.
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Read Free For 30 Days. Description: Deformation and Fracture Mechanics of Engineering Materials provides a combined fracture mechanics-materials approach to the fracture of engineering solids with comprehensive treatment and detailed explanations and references, making it the perfect resource for senior and graduate engineering students, and practicing engineers alike. The 5th edition includes new end-of-chapter homework problems, examples, illustrations, and a new chapter on products liability and recall addressing the associated social consequences of product failure. The new edition continues to discuss actual failure case histories, and includes new discussion of the fracture behavior and fractography of ceramics, glasses, and composite materials, and a section on natural materials including bone and sea shells. New co-authors Richard P. Vinci and Jason L.