English for Materials Science and Engineering

Exercises, Grammar, Case Studies

  • IrisĀ Eisenbach

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages I-VIII
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  9. Back Matter
    Pages 84-109

About this book


This textbook is intended for students of materials science, of different branches of engineering and of related disciplines who need to re-activate their English language skills. Using authentic materials and figures selected from scientific texts, students will improve their reading, writing and speaking skills in a context relevant to their specialist studies.

Introduction - Characteristics of Materials - Metals - Ceramics - Polymers - Composites - Advanced Materials - Environmental Issues

Target Group
students of natural sciences, materials science and of different branches of engineering
students of technical subjects at Berufsakademien
professionals in industry

About the Author
Iris Eisenbach has extensive experience in teaching all levels of English to speakers of other languages and for a wide range of educational and professional purposes. Presently she is working as a university language instructor at the English and German Departments of the Language Center of the University of Stuttgart, Germany.


Advanced materials ceramic composite mechanical properties of metals metal properties of polymers pyroceram structure of ceramics

Authors and affiliations

  • IrisĀ Eisenbach
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  1. 1.Departments of the Language CenterUniversity of StuttgartStuttgartGermany

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