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Material Science and Engineering - Info needed about books

Postby taarkshya » Sat Sep 18, 2010 9:08 am

Hi All,

How good is the book

1. "Materials science and Engineering" L.H. VanVlack, Pearson Education, This is the textbook prescribed for IEI. Is it worth reading from the book?

2. "Materials Science and Engineering" by Callister, WIley inc.
3. "Materials Science and Engineering" by IP Singh and Subhash Chander, Jain Brother


Which of the above three is best? Which one covers the syllabus completely. Given that i have 2.5 months from now (till winter 2010 exams), can i complete the materials science and engineering syllabus, studying 2 hours a day?



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Re: Material Science and Engineering - Info needed about books

Postby taarkshya » Wed Sep 22, 2010 1:58 pm

Hi All,


Does anyone have any kind of info on the book mentioned.


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Re: Material Science and Engineering - Info needed about books

Postby kavitha suresh » Thu Sep 23, 2010 1:17 pm

Hi,

Studying 2 hrs a day is not sufficient. Spend sunday and holiday fully since we have only 2.5 months for attending winter 2010 exam.

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Re: Material Science and Engineering - Info needed about books

Postby taarkshya » Thu Sep 23, 2010 1:51 pm

Hi Kavitha,

Thanks for replying, which books to use from the above list of books??


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Re: Material Science and Engineering - Info needed about books

Postby asishvk » Fri Oct 01, 2010 9:26 am

Hi Taarkshya

I've did it with Callister's book along with the book which provided by IEI

Aslo get some question bank which will contain quiestions from 2005 and all

You can use solved question papers but cannot rely on the answers, they can be for referance for which you are not able to findout in books {afterall something is better than nothing ya ???}

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Re: Material Science and Engineering - Info needed about books

Postby tamilselvan » Tue Oct 12, 2010 3:23 pm

When comparing to other, Callister Book is easy to understand and the illustrations are more clearer than other. The basic fundamentals are written in a clearer way and we can understand easily and illustrations keep the ideas in mind in a better way. (Author R. Balasubramaniam)


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Re: Material Science and Engineering - Info needed about books

Postby ankithonda » Thu Oct 21, 2010 12:19 pm

share any material or books if u get from anywhere ..... link those n upload anywhere ....
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Re: Material Science and Engineering - Info needed about books

Postby menezes.louis » Sun Nov 14, 2010 10:34 am

Does anyone knw any good book where details of FCC BCC HCP crystal structure is available.. the planes and direction of planes etc. I am facing difficulty u nderstand can anyone plz help
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Re: Material Science and Engineering - Info needed about books

Postby ramkumar » Fri Apr 22, 2011 8:23 pm

menezes.louis wrote:Does anyone knw any good book where details of FCC BCC HCP crystal structure is available.. the planes and direction of planes etc. I am facing difficulty u nderstand can anyone plz help


u can get jain brothers book, in this book as covered total syllabus...

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Re: Material Science and Engineering - Info needed about books

Postby runner007 » Wed Aug 17, 2011 8:19 am

Does anybody have any sort of details inside the publication mentioned.
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