Institute for Applied Materials – Materials Science and Engineering

Materials Science and Engineering II (Lecture)

Content

 

Ferrous materials

Non-ferrous metals and alloys

Engineering ceramics

Glasses

Polymers

Composites

learning objectives:

The students are able to describe the relationship between atomic structure, microscopical observations, and properties of solid materials.

The students can name representative materials for different material classes and can describe the differences.

The students are able to describe the basic mechanisms of hardening for ferrous and non-ferrous materials and reflect these mechanisms using phase and TTT diagrams.

The students can interpret given phase, TTT or other diagrams relevant for materials science, gather information from them and can correlate them regarding the microstructure evolution.

The students can describe the phenomena correlated with materials science in polymers, metals and ceramics and depict differences.

The students know about standard materials characterization methods and are able to asses materials on base of the data obtained by these methods.

requirements:
Materials Science and Engineering I
workload:

regular attendance: 42 hours
self-study: 108 hours

examination:

Combined with 'Materials Science and Engineering I'; oral; about 30 minutes

The successful partcipation in the lab course is obligatory for the admission to the examination.

Language of instructionEnglish
Bibliography

Vorlesungsskript; Übungsaufgabenblätter;

Shackelford, J.F.
Werkstofftechnologie für Ingenieure
Verlag Pearson Studium, 2005