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Index

A
Adaptive design, 20
Aesthetics, 4, 385, 466
Allowables, 35
Anisotropy, 311 et seq., 356 et seq.
Associations, 466, 472 et seq.
Attribute limits, 104, 115 et seq.
Attributes, 99, 104, 412, 442 et seq.,

467. See also Material and
process properties

B
Bar charts for material properties, 59
Batch size, 408
Beams, 111, 112, 248, 265, 268
Bending-dominated structures, 329
Bicycles, 209, 282
Bounds for hybrid properties,

303, 307
Buckling, 256, 259, 322

C
Cables, 291, 336
Capital cost, 408, 410
Capital write-off time, 410
Carbon dioxide, 54, 443, 457
Case studies, 125, 217, 277, 341, 415

bicycles, 209, 282
cables, 291, 336
con-rods, 222 et seq.
connectors that do not loose

grip, 354
cork screws, 25
crash barriers, eco-selection, 453
disk brake calipers, 237 et seq.
drink containers, eco-selection,

453
economic casting, 419

elastic hinges and couplings, 151
et seq.

flywheels, 142 et seq.
forming a fan, 419 et seq.
heat exchangers, 181 et seq.
heat-spreading surfaces, 356
kilns, 172 et seq.
manifold jacket, 431
man-powered planes, 279 et seq.
oars, 127 et seq.
optical table, 427
precision instruments, 167, 181
pressure vessels, 160 et seq.
radomes, 189 et seq., 352
refrigerator walls, 349 et seq.
seals, 154 et seq.
shaker tables, 165 et seq.
short-term insulation, 169 et seq.
snap-fitting components, 383
solar heating materials, 175

et seq.
spark plug insulator, 429 et seq.
springs, 147 et seq., 293 et seq.
structural materials for buildings,

138 et seq.
table legs, 134 et seq., 232,

287 et seq.
telescope mirrors, 130 et seq.
vacuum cleaners, 9, 419
windings for high-field magnets,

226 et seq.
Ceramics. See Materials
CES software, 121, 181, 412, 429,

433, 435
Classes of materials, 33, 128
Classification of processes, 369

et seq.
Cold working, 355, 388

Composite design, 308 et seq.,
314 et seq.

Composites. See Materials
Computer-aided material selection,

120 et seq.
Computer-aided process selection,

411 et seq.
Con rods, 222 et seq.
Configurations, 302, 339, 347 et seq.
Connectors that do not loose

grip, 354
Constraints, 99 et seq., 199 et seq.
Contained energy, 443
Cork screws, 25
Correlations between material

properties, Appendix A, 521
Corrugated sheet, 433
Cost. See Material properties;

Process attributes
Cost modeling, 409 et seq., 412
Coupling constants, 203, 220
Coupling line, 203, 220
Crash barriers, eco-selection, 453
Crazing, 40
Criteria of excellence, 307

D
Damage tolerance, 336
Data checks, Appendix A, 521
Data estimates, Appendix A, 522
Data for engineering materials,

Appendix A, 495 et seq.
applications of materials, 497

et seq.
CO2 burden, 516 et seq.
fracture toughness, 508
glass temperature, 500
melting point, 500

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Data for engineering materials
(Cont.)

modulus, 520
names, 497 et seq.
production energy, 516
tensile strength, 506
thermal conductivity, 510
thermal expansion, 510
yield strength, 506

Data sources for documentation,
Appendix D, 565 et seq.

all materials, 566
aluminum alloys, 569
Babbit metal, 569
beryllium, 569
cadmium, 569
cast irons, 576, 577
cement and concrete, 580
ceramics, 579
chromium, 569
cobalt alloys, 569
columbium alloys, 569, 572
composites, 579 et seq.
copper alloys, 569
databases, 590
elastomers, 578
expert systems, 590
foams, 580
glasses, 579
gold alloys, 570
indium alloys, 570
internet sources, 567 et seq.,

578, 590
irons, 576
lead alloys, 570
magnesium alloys, 571
metals, 568, 575 et seq., 592
molybdenum, 571
nickel alloys, 571
niobium alloys, 572
platinum alloys, 572
polymers, 578
processes, 589
silver alloys, 573
stainless steels, 577
standards, 576, 577, 582, 593
steels, 576, 577
stone and minerals, 581
supplier registers, 592
tantalum alloys, 573
titanium alloys, 574
tungsten alloys, 574
vanadium alloys, 574

woods and wood-based
composites, 581

zinc alloys, 574
zirconium alloys, 575

Databases, Appendix D, 590
Dedicated cost, 409
Design, 2, 16 et seq.

for assembly, DFA, 21, 384, 406
for environment, 438, 448
requirements, 104, 108, 111,

131, 136, 143, 166, 190, 239,
283, 416, 433

tools, 21
Detailed design, 16, 18, 22, 27
Dimensionless property groups,

Appendix A, 521
Disk brake calipers, 237 et seq.
Dominated solutions, 204, 205
Drink containers, eco-selection,

453 et seq.

E
Eco-attributes of materials, 442

et seq.
Eco-indicators, 448
Economic batch size, 408, 412
Economic casting, 419
Eco-selection, 447 et seq.
Elastic hinges and couplings, 151

et seq.
Elastomers. See Materials
Embodiment design, 16 et seq.,

25, 27
Emissions, 442
Energy absorption, 67, 74, 455
Energy of material

processing, 444
production, 442

Evolution of materials, 8 et seq.
Exchange constants, 208 et seq.,

240, 242
Exercises, Appendix E, 595 et seq.

deriving and using material
indices, Appendix E, 605 et seq.

devising concepts, Appendix E,
597

hybrid materials, Appendix E,
629 et seq.

multiple constraints and
objectives, Appendix E, 613
et seq.

selecting material and shape,
Appendix E, 622 et seq.

selecting processes, Appendix E,
633 et seq.

translation: formulating
constraints and objectives,
Appendix E, 602 et seq.

use of material selection charts,
Appendix E, 599 et seq.

Expert systems, Appendix D, 590

F
Families of materials, 32, 35
Finishing processes, 23, 385 et seq.,

395, 403
processes to enhance aesthetic

qualities, 385
pad printing, 387
painting, 387
powder coating, 387
silk screen-printing, 387

processes to enhance engineering
properties, 385

anodizing, 386
electro-plating, 386
heat treatment, 386
lapping, 385, 403
mechanical polishing, 386
precision grinding, 385, 403,
404

Flywheels, 142 et seq.
Foams, mechanics of, 329
Foams. See Materials
Forces for change, 479 et seq.
Formability, 116, 383
Forming a fan, 419 et seq.
Forming-limit diagram, 383
Four-quadrant chart

for stiffness-limited design, 260
et seq., Appendix E, 626

for strength-limited design, 264,
Appendix E, 627

Free variables, 103, 392
Function structure, 18, 26
Function, 103, 205, 207, 405
Functional requirements, 25, 113
Functionality, 463
Fuzzy logic, 214 et seq.

G
Glasses. See Materials

H
Heat exchangers, 181 et seq.
Heat sinks, 186 et seq., 349

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Heat-spreading surfaces, 356 et seq.
History of materials, 5, 8
Holes in material-property space,

303 et seq.
Hot working, 184, 387
Hybrids, 35, 63, 341 et seq.

design, 299 et seq., 346
materials, 299 et seq.

I
Inclusive design, 466, 491
Indices. See Material indices
Industrial design, 3, 462 et seq.
Information needs, 35
Internal stress, 383, 385, 402

J
Joining processes, 383, 395, 402

adhesives, 383, 384, 402, 403
fasteners, 384, 395, 403
welding, 383, 384, 395, 402
hot bar welding of polymers,
384

manual metal arc, MMA, 384

K
Kilns, 172 et seq.
Knowledge, 37

L
Lattice structures, 328, 336
Limits to shape efficiency, 257 et seq.

M
Machinability, 381, 383
Manifold jacket, 431 et seq.
Man-powered planes, 279 et seq.
Market need, 2, 16, 24
Market-pull, 480 et seq.
Material kingdom, 371
Material life-cycle, 438
Material indices, 62, 104 et seq.,

113 et seq., 265 et seq.,
Appendix C, 560, Appendix E,
605 et seq.

derivation, 265
cheap stiff beam, 111
cheap strong beam, 112
flywheel, maximum kinetic
energy, 143, 144

heat-storage systems, 175,
177, 178

light column, 107

light, stiff beam, 111
light, stiff panel, 109
light, stiff tie, 109
light, strong tie, 107 et seq.
safe pressure vessels, 160 et seq.
slender columns, 135
springs, maximum elastic
energy, 147

thermal insulation, 171
for eco-design, 440, 454
including shape, 265 et seq.
tabulations, Appendix A, 497

et seq.
Material properties, 38 et seq., 59

et seq., Appendix A, 521
applications of materials,

Appendix A, 497 et seq.
breakdown potential, 54
bulk modulus, 38
CO2 burden, Appendix A, 516

et seq.
cost, 38, 47, 90 et seq.
damping. See loss coefficient
densification strain, 329
density, 38, 64 et seq., 308, 320,

343, 361
dielectric constant, 51 et seq.,

326, 332
electrical resistivity, 51, 78, 391
endurance limit, 42
fracture strength, 33, 40
fracture toughness, 41, 44, 45, 72

et seq.
friction coefficient, 88
glass temperature, 46, Appendix A,

500 hardness, 42 et seq.
heat deflection temperature, 50
loss coefficient, 44 et seq., 76

et seq.
loss factor, 53
maximum service temperature,

50, 86
melting point, 46, 85, 444
modulus of rupture, 40, 41
modulus, 38, 64 et seq., 68

et seq., 72 et seq., 76 et seq.,
84 et seq., 92, 308, 320,
361 et seq.

names, Appendix A, 497 et seq.
Poisson’s ratio, 38
power factor, 53
production energy, 441 et seq.
refractive index, 54

shear modulus, 38
specific heat, 47, 313, 332
specific stiffness, 71
specific strength, 71
strength, 40, 41, 66 et seq., 71,

92, 309
tensile strength, 41, 66,

Appendix A, 506
thermal conductivity, 48, 78

et seq., 81 et seq., 313,
Appendix A, 510

thermal diffusivity, 49, 81, 314
thermal expansion, 50, 82 et seq.,

84 et seq., 313, Appendix A,
510

thermal shock resistance, 50
toughness, 42, 44, 74
transparency, 468 et seq.
wear constant, 46, 47
yield strain, 69
yield strength, 66, 68, 70
Young’s modulus, 38, 59, 64, 68

Material property charts, 64 et seq., 99
elastic limit-dielectric loss, 191
elastic limit-thermal conductivity,

184
fracture toughness-modulus,

72 et seq.
fracture toughness-strength,

74 et seq.
friction, 87 et seq.
loss coefficient-modulus, 76 et seq.
modulus-density, engineering

materials, 64 et seq., 281, 327
modulus-density, natural

materials, 64 et seq., 361
modulus-electrical resistivity, 346
modulus-production energy, 451
modulus-relative cost, 92
modulus-strength, engineering

materials, 68 et seq., 388
modulus-strength, natural

materials, 362, 364
pitch-brightness, 470 et seq.
specific stiffness-specific

strength, 71
strength-density, engineering

materials, 5, 66 et seq.
strength-density, natural

materials, 66 et seq., 363
strength-electrical resistivity, 346
strength-maximum service

temperature, 86 et seq.

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Material property charts (Cont.)
strength-production energy, 452
strength-relative cost, 92
thermal conductivity-electrical

resistivity, 78 et seq.
thermal conductivity-thermal

diffusivity, 81
thermal expansion-maximum

service temperature, 86
thermal expansion-modulus,

84 et seq.
thermal expansion-thermal

conductivity, 82 et seq.
toughness-modulus, natural

materials, 72 et seq., 365
transparency, 468 et seq.
use of, 599 et seq.
warmth-softness, 468
wear rate, 45, 89

Materials
ceramics and glasses, 33, 34, 40,

55, 382, 474, Appendix A,
499, Appendix D, 579

alumina, 364, 486, Appendix A,
499

beryllia, 188, 194
borosilicate glass, 34,
Appendix A, 499

brick, 62, 141, 338, 484
concrete, 62, 141, 484,
Appendix D, 580

glass, 34, 62, 80, 131,
Appendix A, 499

glass foam, 133, 174
silica, Appendix A, 499
silicon carbide, Appendix A, 499
silicon, Appendix A, 499
stone, 141, 336, 473,
Appendix A, 499

tungsten carbide, Appendix A, 499
composites, 62, 130, 232, 302,

307 et seq., 342, 378, 486,
Appendix A, 499, Appendix D,
580

bulk molding compound, BMC,
378

CFRP, 63, 68, 71, 130, 136,
283, 323, 484

GFRP, 136, 141, 257, 287, 484,
Appendix A, 499

metal matrix composites, 224,
315, 342 et seq., 486,
Appendix D, 580

sheet molding compound,
SMC, 378

elastomers, 34, 65, 70, 155, 331,
346, 486, Appendix D, 578

butyl rubber, 82
EVA, Appendix A, 498
isoprene, 82, 171, Appendix A,
498

neoprene, 82, 84, 171,
Appendix A, 498

polyurethane, pu (el),
Appendix A, 498

silicones, Appendix A, 498
and the environment, 437 et seq.

Maxwell’s stability criterion, 332
Metals, 10, 22, 33, 64, 72, 76, 150,

160, 180, 368, 383, 468, 473,
Appendix A, 497, Appendix D,
567. See also Materials

aluminium alloys, 74, 99, 163,
209, 220, 240, 309, 315, 391,
444, 488, Appendix D, 569

Babbit metal, Appendix D, 569
beryllium alloys, 225, 240, 241,

Appendix D, 569
brass, 11
bronze, 4, 8, 76, 471
cadmium, Appendix D, 569
cast irons, 5, 8, 140, 142, 145,

157, 168, 240, 356, 456,
Appendix D, 576

chromium, Appendix D, 569
cobalt alloys, Appendix D, 569
columbium alloys, Appendix D,

572
copper alloys, 163, 184, 185,

389, 390, Appendix D, 569
gold alloys, Appendix D, 570
indium alloys, Appendix D, 570
irons, Appendix D, 576
lead alloys, 66, Appendix D, 570
low alloy steel, 164, 220, 456,

Appendix D, 577
magnesium alloys, 66, 167, 168,

225, 240, 343, Appendix D,
571

molybdenum, Appendix D, 571
nickel alloys, 83, 181,

Appendix D, 571
niobium alloys, Appendix D, 572
phosphor bronze, 152
platinum alloys, Appendix D,

572

silver alloys, Appendix D, 572
speculum, 131, 132
spring steel, 149, 152, 153, 362
stainless steel, 87, 220, 354

et seq., 472, 577
steels, 5, 70, 92, 141, 163, 220,

245, 263, 284 et seq., 337, 391,
433, 448, Appendix D, 576

tantalum alloys, Appendix D, 573
titanium alloys, 70, 141, 164,

209, 224, 225, 307,
Appendix D, 574

tungsten alloys, 66, Appendix D,
574

vanadium alloys, Appendix D,
574

zinc alloys, 66, Appendix D, 574
zirconium alloys, 20,

Appendix D, 575
Microscopic shape factors, 271 et seq.
Micro-structural shape, 272
Miniaturization, 489
Min-max methods, 228
Moments of sections, tabulation,

249, Appendix B, 530
Multi-functionality, 489
Multiple constraints, 199 et seq., 218

et seq.
Multiple objectives, 205

N
Natural materials, 62, 358 et seq.,

443, Appendix A, 499. See also
Materials

balsa wood, 279, 362
bamboo, 278, 283, 284 et seq.,

358, 362
cork, 80, 155, 173, 361
pine, 286
spruce, 128, 232, 279, 283
wood, 11, 130, 137, 150, 245,

260, 271, 284 et seq., 358,
359, 472

Need statement, 16
Nondedicated cost, 410
Nondominated solutions, 204, 205

O
Oars, 127 et seq.
Objective function, 108 et seq., 139,

191, 222
Objectives, 101 et seq., 106, 114,

187, 203 et seq., 232 et seq.

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Optical table, 427
Optimum design, 114
Original design, 20
Overconstrained problems, 119

P
Penalty functions, 205 et seq.,

235, 237
Perceptions, 466, 472 et seq.
Percolation, 315, 344 et seq.
Performance equations, 122, 200, 202,

283, 449, Appendix C, 560
Polar moment of area, 251
Polymers, 34, 65, 80, 150, 152, 157

et seq., 362, 402, 443, 447,
451, Appendix A, 498,
Appendix D, 578. See also
Materials

foams, 64, 173, 326
nylon, PA, 160, 385
polycarbonate, PC, 193
polyethylene, PE, 63, 92, 152,

498
polyethylene terephthalate,

PET, 498
polypropylene, PP, 10, 92,

160, 385
polystyrene, PS, 92
polytetrafluorethylene, PTFE, 153,

193, 484
Precision instruments, 167
Pressure vessels, 160 et seq., 164,

218 et seq., Appendix B, 558
Price/weight

materials, Appendix A, 518
products, 484

Primary processes, 23, 369
Process attributes, 3, 368

allowable mass range, 397, 423
allowable materials, 36
allowable section thickness,

398, 424
economic batch size, 408
shape capability, 411
surface roughness, 401
tolerance, 401 et seq.

Process kingdom, 371
Process selection, 368, 392

et seq., 411
Process selection charts

process-economic batch size
chart, 420, 427

process-mass chart, 397, 423

process-material matrix, 394, 402
process-section thickness chart,

398, 424
process-shape matrix, 395, 396
process-surface roughness chart,

404, 426
process-tolerance chart, 403, 425

Process zone size, 76
Processes, information sources

for, 566
Processes. See Shaping, Joining, and

Finishing processes
Product character, 464 et seq.
Product liability, 487
Product personality, 465, 467
Product specification, 16
Production energy, 445, 455
Properties. See Material properties
Property definitions, 38
Property profile, 38, 99

R
Radomes, 189 et seq.
Ranking

for material selection, 72,
103, 104

for process selection, 406
Recycling, 446
Refrigerator walls, 349 et seq.
Relative density, 329
Relative penalty function, 207, 235
Rule of mixtures, 304

S
Sandwich design, 317
Satisfaction, 463
Science-push, 480 et seq.
Screening

information, 105
for material selection, 103, 123
for process selection, 411

Seals, 154 et seq.
Second moment of area, 253
Secondary processes, 369
Section modulus, 254
Segmented structures, 336 et seq.
Selection guidelines, 118
Selection of materials, 61, 71,

159, 168
and shape, 276

Selection procedure, materials,
115 et seq.

Service provision, 487 et seq.

Shafts, 107, 247, 251 et seq., 266,
268, Appendix B, 538

Shaker tables, 165 et seq.
Shape, 4, 23, 246, 252, 257, 260, 265,

270, 291, Appendix E, 622
Shape factors, 245, 246 et seq.,

271 et seq., 290, 295, 296
tabulation of, 278

Shaping processes, rps, 372 et seq.,
394, 395

casting, 372
die casting, 367, 373
investment casting, 373, 406
low pressure casting, 373,
417, 419

sand casting, 368, 373,
374, 402

composite fabrication,
Appendix D, 580

filament winding, 379
lay-up methods, 378
pultrusion, 379
vacuum and pressure-bag
molding, 378, 379

deformation processing, 374
forging, 376, 400, 401
metal extrusion, 399
rolling, 399
spinning, 376, Appendix B, 540

machining, 369, 381, 383, 395
drawing, blanking, and
stretching, 382

electro-discharge machining, 382
precision machining, 419
turning and milling, 382
water-jet cutting, 382

molding, 368, 374, 375
blow molding, 375
compression molding, 428
injection molding, 368, 375,
377, 411, 412, 430

polymer extrusion, 375
thermoforming, 375

powder methods, 375, 430
die pressing and sintering, 377,
430

hot isostatic pressing, hiping,
377

powder injection molding, 377,
430

slip casting, 377
rapid prototyping systems, rps,

378 et seq.

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