Best Testing Materials Engineering Books
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1. 6th Grade Common Core Math: Daily Practice Workbook – Part II: Free Response | 1000+ Practice Questions and Video Explanations | Argo Brothers (Common Core Math by ArgoPrep)
Author: by Argo Brothers
This book is your comprehensive workbook for 6th Grade Common Core Math. By practicing and mastering this entire workbook, your child will become very familiar and comfortable with the state math exam and common core standards. This 6th Grade Common Core Math Workbook (Free Response) includes:20 Weeks of Daily Free Response PracticeWeekly AssessmentsState Aligned Common Core CurriculumEnd of Year Assessment This book has following topics covered: Week 1 – Dividing with fractions, solving word problemsWeek 2 – Dividing multi-digit, adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing decimal numbersWeek 3 – Greatest Common Factor and Least Common MultipleWeek 4 – Coordinate Graphs Week 5 – Graph points that represent real numbers in real situations.
Week 6 – Solving equations using the substitution method Week 7 – Rewriting numbers and algebraic expressionsWeek 8 – Understand solving an equation or inequality as a process of answering a questionWeek 9 – Practice writing your own algebraic expressionsWeek 10 – Write your own equations or inequalities to make them fit any situation you are givenWeek 11 – Understand how one variable may affect another variableWeek 12 – Studying unit rates to solve real-world problemsWeek 13 – Percents & StatisticsWeek 14 – Analyzing data setsWeek 15 – Understanding boxplotsWeek 16 – Interpreting graphs, charts, and tablesWeek 17 – Interpreting graphs, charts, and tables (continued)Week 18 – Practice finding the area of figures Week 19 – Calculate the volume of three-dimensional objectsWeek 20 – Coordinate plane & three-dimensional figures For practice with Multiple Choice questions, be sure to check out Part I of our workbook titled:Argo Brothers Math Workbook, Grade 6: Common Core Multiple Choice (6th Grade) 2019 EditionEach question is labeled with the specific common core standard so both parents and teachers can use this workbook for their student(s).
2. LEED Green Associate V4 Exam Complete Study Guide (Second Edition)
Author: by A. Togay Koralturk
This “Second Edition” includes a full-length practice exam (100 questions) in the digital resources (see page 273 for online access). PASS THE LEED GREEN ASSOCIATE EXAM WITH FLYING COLORS! Having been widely adopted as the primary course material for bachelor’s and master’s degree classes in architecture and civil engineering in the universities all over the United States, the LEED Green Associate V4 Exam Complete Study Guide provides deep insight into the principles of green building; and helps the reader to learn, rather than to memorize the essential information for the exam.
Thus, this approach equips candidates to successfully pass the LEED Green Associate exam with flying colors in order to actively apply green building and LEED principles in real life. This book is the only resource a candidate needs, in order to successfully pass the exam.
As LEED v4 is quite different in comparison to the former versions, the book was entirely re-written; thus, it was not updated from a previous edition. All of the chapters contain guidance on the aspects that require extensive attention, while the book points out the finer details to focus on for the exam purposes.
3. The Alchemy of Us: How Humans and Matter Transformed One Another (The MIT Press)
Author: by Ainissa Ramirez
The MIT Press
In the bestselling tradition of Stuff Matters and The Disappearing Spoon: a clever and engaging look at materials, the innovations they made possible, and how these technologies changed us. Finalist for the 41st Los Angeles Times Book Award in Science and Technology and selected as one of the Best Summer Science Books Of 2020 by Science Friday.
In The Alchemy of Us, scientist and science writer Ainissa Ramirez examines eight inventionsclocks, steel rails, copper communication cables, photographic film, light bulbs, hard disks, scientific labware, and silicon chipsand reveals how they shaped the human experience. Ramirez tells the stories of the woman who sold time, the inventor who inspired Edison, and the hotheaded undertaker whose invention pointed the way to the computer.
She describes, among other things, how our pursuit of precision in timepieces changed how we sleep; how the railroad helped commercialize Christmas; how the necessary brevity of the telegram influenced Hemingway’s writing style; and how a young chemist exposed the use of Polaroid’s cameras to create passbooks to track black citizens in apartheid South Africa.
4. The New Science of Strong Materials: Or Why You Don't Fall through the Floor (Princeton Science Library, 27)
Author: by James Edward Gordon
Princeton University Press
J.E.Gordon’s classic introduction to the properties of materials used in engineering answers some fascinating and fundamental questions about how the structural world around us works. Gordon focuses on so-called strong materials-such as metals, wood, ceramics, glass, and bone-explaining in engaging and accessible terms the unique physical and chemical basis for their inherent structural qualities.
He also shows how an in-depth understanding of these materials’ intrinsic strengths-and weaknesses-guides our engineering choices, allowing us to build the structures that support our society. This work is an enduring example of first-rate scientific communication. Philip Ball’s introduction describes Gordon’s career and the impact of his innovations in materials research, while also discussing how the field has evolved since Gordon wrote this enduring example of first-rate scientific communication.
5. Mechanics of Materials For Dummies
Author: by James H. Allen III
Published at: For Dummies; 1st edition (July 12, 2011)
Your ticket to excelling in mechanics of materials With roots in physics and mathematics, engineering mechanics is the basis of all the mechanical sciences: civil engineering, materials science and engineering, mechanical engineering, and aeronautical and aerospace engineering. Tracking a typical undergraduate course, Mechanics of Materials For Dummies gives you a thorough introduction to this foundational subject.
You’ll get clear, plain-English explanations of all the topics covered, including principles of equilibrium, geometric compatibility, and material behavior; stress and its relation to force and movement; strain and its relation to displacement; elasticity and plasticity; fatigue and fracture; failure modes; application to simple engineering structures, and more.
Tracks to a course that is a prerequisite for most engineering majors Covers key mechanics concepts, summaries of useful equations, and helpful tips From geometric principles to solving complex equations, Mechanics of Materials For Dummies is an invaluable resource for engineering students!
6. Introduction to Static Analysis: An Abstract Interpretation Perspective (The MIT Press)
Author: by Xavier Rival
A self-contained introduction to abstract interpretationbased static analysis, an essential resource for students, developers, and users. Static program analysis, or static analysis, aims to discover semantic properties of programs without running them. It plays an important role in all phases of development, including verification of specifications and programs, the synthesis of optimized code, and the refactoring and maintenance of software applications.
This book offers a self-contained introduction to static analysis, covering the basics of both theoretical foundations and practical considerations in the use of static analysis tools. By offering a quick and comprehensive introduction for nonspecialists, the book fills a notable gap in the literature, which until now has consisted largely of scientific articles on advanced topics.
The text covers the mathematical foundations of static analysis, including semantics, semantic abstraction, and computation of program invariants; more advanced notions and techniques, including techniques for enhancing the cost-accuracy balance of analysis and abstractions for advanced programming features and answering a wide range of semantic questions; and techniques for implementing and using static analysis tools.
7. CLEP® Western Civilization I Book + Online (CLEP Test Preparation)
Author: by Dr. Robert M Ziomkowski
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There are many different ways to prepare for the CLEP exam. What’s best for you depends on how much time you have to study and how comfortable you are with the subject matter. Our test prep for CLEP Western Civilization I and the free online tools that come with it, will allow you to create a personalized CLEP study plan that can be customized to fit you: your schedule, your learning style, and your current level of knowledge.
8. Applied Mechanics, Behavior of Materials, and Engineering Systems: Selected contributions to the 5th Algerian Congress of Mechanics, CAM2015, El-Oued, … (Lecture Notes in Mechanical Engineering)
Author: by Taoufik Boukharouba
August 31, 2016
This book covers a variety of topics in mechanics, with a special emphasis on material mechanics. It reports on fracture mechanics, fatigue of materials, stress-strain behaviours, as well as transferability problems and constraint effects in fracture mechanics. It covers different kind of materials, from metallic materials such as ferritic and austenitic steels, to composites, concrete, polymers and nanomaterials.
Additional topics include heat transfer, quality control and reliability of structures and components. Furthermore, the book gives particular attention to new welding technologies such as STIR welding and spray metal coating, and to novel methods for quality control, such as Taguchi design, fault diagnosis and wavelet analysis.
Based on the 2015 edition of the Algerian Congress of Mechanics (Congrs Algrien de Mcanique, CAM), the book also covers energetics, in terms of simulation of turbulent reactive flow, behaviour of supersonic jet, turbulent combustion, fire induced smoke layer, and heat and mass transfer, as well as important concepts related to human reliability and safety of components and structures.
Damage and Failure of Composite Materials
Author: by Ramesh Talreja
Cambridge University Press
Understanding damage and failure of composite materials is critical for reliable and cost-effective engineering design. Bringing together materials mechanics and modeling, this book provides a complete guide to damage, fatigue and failure of composite materials. Early chapters focus on the underlying principles governing composite damage, reviewing basic equations and mechanics theory, before describing mechanisms of damage such as cracking, breakage and buckling.
In subsequent chapters, the physical mechanisms underlying the formation and progression of damage under mechanical loads are described with ample experimental data, and micro- and macro-level damage models are combined. Finally, fatigue of composite materials is discussed using fatigue-life diagrams.
While there is a special emphasis on polymer matrix composites, metal and ceramic matrix composites are also described. Outlining methods for more reliable design of composite structures, this is a valuable resource for engineers and materials scientists in industry and academia.
10. Tungsten: Properties, Chemistry, Technology of the Element, Alloys, and Chemical Compounds
Author: by Erik Lassner
Why does someone write a book about Tungsten? There are several reasons and precedents for this, the most important of which is that the last book on tungsten was written more than 20 years ago, in 1977, by St. W H.Yih and Ch T.Wang.
During the intervening period there have been many new scientific and technological developments and innova tions, so it was not only our opinion but the view of many other members of the “tungsten family” that it was time to start writing a new book about tungsten.
Preparations of the new book began in 1994. Further impetus to the project was provided by the realization that in spite of this new knowledge having been presented at seminars or published in the technical press, a general acknowledgement of it by the majority of technicians and scientists is still far from being realized.
It is our hope that this book will significantly contribute to a broader acceptance of recent scientific and technological innovations. An important prerequisite for such a project is the availability of a recently retired, experienced person willing to devote his time and talents to the tedious part of the exercise.