Mallinson, Leslie G.. (Eds.) () Ageing studies and lifetime extension of materials /MLA Citation
Mallinson, Leslie G.,eds. Ageing Studies And Lifetime Extension Of Materials. : . Print.
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Ageing studies and lifetime extension of materials /
edited by Leslie G. Mallinson, AWE, Aldermaston, United Kingdom.
|Names:||Mallinson, Leslie G.,|
|Published:||New York : Springer Science+Business Media, 2001.|
|Topics:||Service life (Engineering) - Congresses. | Accelerated life testing - Congresses. | Materials - Deterioration - Congresses. | Building materials - Service life - Congresses. | Reliability (Engineering) - Congresses. | Alterung | Kongress | Nutzungsdauer | Werkstoff | Zuverlässigkeit | Durée de vie (ingénierie) - Congrès. | Essais accélérés (technologie) - Congrès. | Matériaux - Détérioration - Congrès. | Construction - Matériaux - Durée de vie (ingénierie) - Congrès. | Fiabilité - Congrès.|
|Genres:||Electronic books. | Conference papers and proceedings. | Oxford (1999)|
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|Physical Description:||1 online resource (xiv, 690 pages) : illustrations
|Includes:||Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|ISBN:||9781461512158 (electronic bk.)
1461512158 (electronic bk.)
|Summary:||This book is the proceedings of an international conference on Ageing Studies and Lifetime Extension of Materials, held in July 1999. <br/> Modern-engineered systems are now expected to last longer. Improvements in materials often mean such expectation can be satisfied, but it is important to have confidence that a given material, component or assembly will remain in a reliable, safe, and serviceable condition throughout its expected useful lifetime. Knowledge of materials and system ageing processes is vital in providing such confidence and can give advance warning of potential problems, allowing solutions to be implemented before there are serious consequences. This proceedings volume will address changes in the properties of materials in: service with time, methods of study, interpretation of date, theoretical modeling, lifetime prediction and extension.
|Notes:||"Proceedings of the First International Conference on Ageing Studies and Lifetime Extension of Materials, held July 12-14, 1999 in Oxford, United Kingdom"--Title page verso.
Mallinson, Leslie G., editor.