Importance of engineering materials, Physics

Materials are an essential part of an engineering study. An engineer requires materials to provide shape to his concept and design. Selection of the right material job in the first and certainly the most important step to achieve this goal. Selection of right material for the right job requires a deep study of the various factors, which we shall discuss in the following chapters. Therefore an engineer should keep the materials scenario in mind while designing a component of machine otherwise, design may become redundant.

 

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