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AU Repair and Rehabilitation of Structures Sem V - Elective
Unit 1 : Materials(Construction chemicals, Mineral admixtures, Composites, Fibre reinforced concrete, High performance concrete, polymer-impregnated concrete)
1. Introduction to Composites(Composite Material) Total View (151)
 
Mankind is aware of composite materials from time immemorial. To mention a few: Houses made of mud bricks from clay reinforced with straw (1500 BC), Mud walls of houses reinforced with bamboo shoots (500BC), Glued laminated wood (500BC), Laminated metals in forging swords (1800 AD), Glass fibers reinforced resins for boats and aircrafts (1930). Since then, many modern composites have been develop ......
Title: Composite Materials
Published on: 13/11/14
Author: A Team of Experts
Publisher: Subhas Stores
Pages: 49
Price: Rs 0

2. References(Computer/Information Science) Total View (2)
 

Title: INNOVATIVE METHODS AND APPLICATIONS OF SOFT COMPUTING IN CONCRETE TECHNOLOGY: AN INTERDISCIPLINARY APPROACH
Published on: 17/04/17
Author: M A JAYARAM
Publisher: Interlinepublishing
Pages: 13
Price: Rs 0

3. Special Concretes(Civil Enginnering) Total View (1)
 
Those concretes included are: high strength, flowing, special aggregate, fly ash, structural lightweight, shrinkage-compensating, colored, heavyweight or high density, steel fiber, and cellular concretes.
Title: Concrete Technology
Published on: 05/11/18
Author:
Publisher:
Pages: 9
Price: Rs 4.5

4. Composite Materials and Honeycomb Structures(Aeronautical Engineering) Total View (7792)
 
• Properties of composite materials • Comparison of properties of composite materials with conventional metallic alloys • Process of manufacturing composite components • Quality control • Ultrasonic techniques of inspection • Boron fibre composites • Aramid fibre composites • Sandwich structures.
Title: Aircraft Production Technology and Mangement
Published on: 28/10/14
Author: Keshu S C and Ganapathi K K
Publisher: Interlinepublishing
Pages: 29
Price: Rs 21.75

5. Fresh Concrete(Materials of Construction) Total View (427)
 
Concrete is a composite man-made material and is most widely used building material in the construction industry. In consists of a rationally chosen mixture of binding material such as lime or cement, well graded fine and coarse aggregates, water and admixtures (to produce concrete with special properties). In a concrete mix, cement and water form a paste or matrix which fills the voids of the agg ......
Title: Materials of Construction
Published on: 28/10/14
Author: Manjunath KS
Publisher: Sanguine Technical Publishers
Pages: 34
Price: Rs 25.5

6. Hardened Concrete(Materials of Construction) Total View (444)
 
Freshly mixed concrete before set is known as wet or green concrete whereas after setting and hardening it is known as 'set or hardened concrete'. This chapter deals with the properties of hardened concrete.
Title: Materials of Construction
Published on: 28/10/14
Author: Manjunath KS
Publisher: Sanguine Technical Publishers
Pages: 42
Price: Rs 31.5

7. Aircraft Materials (Aircraft Production)(Aeronautical Engineering) Total View (7823)
 
• Desirable properties of aircraft materials • Cost of materials • Alluminium alloys • Magnesium alloys • Titanium alloys • Steels • Other metallic materials • Non metallic raw materials • Consumables • Composite materials • Bonded sandwich structures
Title: Aircraft Production Technology and Mangement
Published on: 28/10/14
Author: Keshu S C and Ganapathi K K
Publisher: Interlinepublishing
Pages: 43
Price: Rs 32.25

8. Fiber Reinforced Plastic Processing(Composite Material) Total View (111)
 
Unique to the composites industry is the ability to create a product from many different manufacturing processes. There are a wide variety of processes available to the composites manufacturer to produce cost efficient products. Each of the fabrication processes has characteristics that define the type of products to be produced.
Title: Composite Materials
Published on: 13/11/14
Author: A Team of Experts
Publisher: Subhas Stores
Pages: 46
Price: Rs 34.5

9. Application of Composites(Composite Material) Total View (105)
 
Deformation sensors will also be required. It has been demonstrated that piezoelectric materials, in the form of films or plates, can perform these functions. Piezoelectric fibers potentially could more easily be incorporated into complex structures and could have reliability advantages over brittle ceramics in plate form.
Title: Composite Materials
Published on: 13/11/14
Author: A Team of Experts
Publisher: Subhas Stores
Pages: 15
Price: Rs 11.25

10. Fabrication of Composites(Composite Material) Total View (106)
 
Cutting, Machining and Joining are known as secondary processes, which are extremely important operations to be performed on composites for creating satisfactory assemblies. The manner in which these are performed is a determining factor in the efficiency and suitability of components.
Title: Composite Materials
Published on: 13/11/14
Author: A Team of Experts
Publisher: Subhas Stores
Pages: 31
Price: Rs 23.25

11. Metal Matrix Composites(Composite Material) Total View (105)
 
The family of materials classified as metal-matrix composites (MMCs) comprises a very broad range of advanced composites of great importance to both Industrial (automobile), Aerospace & Defence applications. However, the development and use of MMCs are still in their infancy when compared to monolithic materials or even Polymer resin-matrix composite systems.
Title: Composite Materials
Published on: 13/11/14
Author: A Team of Experts
Publisher: Subhas Stores
Pages: 30
Price: Rs 22.5

12. Plastic Technology (Aircraft Production)(Aeronautical Engineering) Total View (7799)
 
• Thermoplastics and thermosetting plastics • Clear transparencies made out of cast acrylic sheets • Forming of cast acrylic • Stress relieving • Injection moulding • Forming stretched acrylic • Glass fibre reinforced plastics.
Title: Aircraft Production Technology and Mangement
Published on: 28/10/14
Author: Keshu S C and Ganapathi K K
Publisher: Interlinepublishing
Pages: 17
Price: Rs 12.75

13. Previous Question Papers(Composite Material) Total View (110)
 
Previous Question Papers
Title: Composite Materials
Published on: 13/11/14
Author: A Team of Experts
Publisher: Subhas Stores
Pages: 4
Price: Rs 3

14. Layered Fuzzy and Fuzzy-Neuro Models for Concrete Mix Design(Computer/Information Science) Total View (1)
 
Design of concrete mixture is a process by which human experts arrive at the right proportions of cement, aggregates, water and admixtures for making the concrete as per the required specifications. Though, there are technical principles that govern mix proportioning, the process is not entirely in the realm of science and is not amenable to precise mathematical formulations. It is practically imp ......
Title: INNOVATIVE METHODS AND APPLICATIONS OF SOFT COMPUTING IN CONCRETE TECHNOLOGY: AN INTERDISCIPLINARY APPROACH
Published on: 17/04/17
Author: M A JAYARAM
Publisher: Interlinepublishing
Pages: 71
Price: Rs 39.05

15. Polymers(Engineering Chemistry ) Total View (1)
 
The word 'Polymer' is derived from two Greek words. 'Poly' means many 'meros' means units or parts
Title: Engineering Chemistry
Published on: 16/04/18
Author: Veeranna V Venkatalakshmi and P. Rajashekhar
Publisher: Subhas Stores
Pages: 22
Price: Rs 14.3

16. Concrete Ingredients(Materials of Construction) Total View (429)
 
Concrete is a mixture of 2 materials: aggregates and paste. The paste comprises of cement and water that binds the aggregates into a rocklike mass resulting from chemical reactions of cement andwater. The paste also includes supplementary cementitious materials and admixtures.
Title: Materials of Construction
Published on: 23/09/14
Author: Manjunath KS
Publisher: Sanguine Technical Publishers
Pages: 16
Price: Rs 12

17. CHEMISTRY OF NEWER MATERIALS(UNIVERSITY CHEMISTRY) Total View (1)
 
Polymers are known to have good insulating property. Later discoveries shown that polymers also conduct electricity like metals. They are called conducting polymers. Such compounds may have metallic conductivity or can be semiconductors. The biggest advantage is that conducting polymers can be easily processed by dispersion. Generally conducting polymers are not thermoplastics. But, like insul ......
Title: UNIVERSITY CHEMISTRY VOLUME - VI
Published on: 09/04/18
Author: K K Padmanabha, Madhukala K L, Pradeep Kaushik, Vatsalya Krupa
Publisher: Subhas Stores
Pages: 74
Price: Rs 48.1

18. CHEMISTRY OF NEWER MATERIALS(Engineering Chemistry ) Total View (1)
 
Polymers are known to have good insulating property. Later discoveries shown that polymers also conduct electricity like metals. They are called conducting polymers. Such compounds may have metallic conductivity or can be semiconductors. The biggest advantage is that conducting polymers can be easily processed by dispersion. Generally conducting polymers are not thermoplastics. But, like insul ......
Title: UNIVERSITY CHEMISTRY VOLUME - VI
Published on: 10/04/18
Author: K K Padmanabha, Madhukala K L, Pradeep Kaushik, Vatsalya Krupa
Publisher: Subhas Stores
Pages: 74
Price: Rs 48.1

19. Unit - I(Aeronautical Engineering) Total View (71)
 
Loads on Aircraft Structural nomenclature-Types of loads-Load factor-Aerodynamic loads-Symmetric maneuver loads-V-n diagram-Function of structural components. Materials for Aircraft Structures Metallic and non-metallic materials, Use of Aluminium alloy, Titanium, Stainless steel and Composite materials, Desirable properties for aircraft application Mechanical Properties of Material Stress-s ......
Title: Aircraft Structures-I
Published on: 28/08/15
Author: Balachandra P Shetty (Wg Cdr Dr. PB Shetty) and Rachith S.N
Publisher: Interlinepublishing
Pages: 37
Price: Rs 0

20. INDUSTRIAL MATERIALS-1(UNIVERSITY CHEMISTRY) Total View (1)
 
The word refractory implies resistant to melting or fusion. In technology, refractory refers to those materials which are used to withstand the effect of thermal, chemical and physical effects that do not melt during furnace procedures, whenever very high temperature is involved, for example, in furnaces, kilns and electrical heating apparatus. Refractories are the materials with high melting ......
Title: UNIVERSITY CHEMISTRY VOLUME - VI
Published on: 09/04/18
Author: K K Padmanabha, Madhukala K L, Pradeep Kaushik, Vatsalya Krupa
Publisher: Subhas Stores
Pages: 43
Price: Rs 27.95

21. INDUSTRIAL MATERIALS-1(Engineering Chemistry ) Total View (2)
 
The word refractory implies resistant to melting or fusion. In technology, refractory refers to those materials which are used to withstand the effect of thermal, chemical and physical effects that do not melt during furnace procedures, whenever very high temperature is involved, for example, in furnaces, kilns and electrical heating apparatus. Refractories are the materials with high melting ......
Title: UNIVERSITY CHEMISTRY VOLUME - VI
Published on: 10/04/18
Author: K K Padmanabha, Madhukala K L, Pradeep Kaushik, Vatsalya Krupa
Publisher: Subhas Stores
Pages: 43
Price: Rs 27.95

22. Study of Properties of Metal Matrix Composites(Composite Material) Total View (108)
 
There are unique advantages of MMC's over PMC's and monolithic metals and alloys. When compared to monolithic metals and alloys, MMC's have higher specific modulus, higher specific strength, better properties at elevated temperatures, lower coefficient of thermal expansion and better wear resistance. On the debit side, Fracture toughness MMC's is inferior to monolithic metals and are more expensi ......
Title: Composite Materials
Published on: 13/11/14
Author: A Team of Experts
Publisher: Subhas Stores
Pages: 20
Price: Rs 15

23. An Optimal Neural Network Model: Stress-Strain Behaviour of SFRC in Direct Compression(Computer/Information Science) Total View (1)
 
This chapter presents the development of an optimal neural network model for stress-strain behavior of steel fiber reinforced concrete in direct compression. For this, an algorithm which combines the Akaike's information criterion (AIC) with the golden-section optimization technique has been implemented. The extensive computational experiments have been successful in finding a network topolo ......
Title: INNOVATIVE METHODS AND APPLICATIONS OF SOFT COMPUTING IN CONCRETE TECHNOLOGY: AN INTERDISCIPLINARY APPROACH
Published on: 17/04/17
Author: M A JAYARAM
Publisher: Interlinepublishing
Pages: 21
Price: Rs 11.55

24. Engineering Materials(Elements of Mechanical Engineering ) Total View (677)
 
Iron Age had laid the foundation of engineering by which enormous application of engineering metals had emerged. Iron is produced by reduction of magnetite and Hematite in a blast furnace in the form of "Pig Iron". Iron is a good ductile material but soft and not strong enough for several engineering applications. But the iron - carbon alloys gave the real impetus towards development of strong and ......
Title: Elements of Mechanical Engineering
Published on: 25/08/14
Author: P Raghuthama Rao
Publisher: Sanguine Technical Publishers
Pages: 18
Price: Rs 13.5

25. Nanomaterials(Physics) Total View (227)
 
Synthesis techniques (Top down & bottom up) - electron confinement. Size effect - surface to volume ratio; distinction between nanomaterials & bulk materials in terms of energy band. Distinct properties of nanomaterials. Classification of nano systems - quantum dots, nanowires and nano films, Multilayered materials - Graphene, Fullerene Carbon nano tube (CNT). Application of nano materials
Title: Concise Physics BSc VI Semester Volume 7 (601)
Published on: 28/10/14
Author: Sarmistha Sahu
Publisher: Subhas Stores
Pages: 16
Price: Rs 12



 
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