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Chapter 1 - 1 EML3234: Introduction to Materials Science & Engineering Course Objective ... Introduce the fundamental concepts of Materials Science and Engineering You will learn about : • material structure • how structure dictates properties • how processing can change structure This course will help you to: • realize new design opportunities based on knowledge of how to select and process materials to get desired properties Professor Eric Hellstrom and TA Michael LoSchiavo
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Chapter 1 - 2 Notes on powerpoint lectures Many of the lectures have been adapted from templates provided by Callister Many of the figures are from Callister Citations for other figures will be given where possible
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Chapter 1 - 3 Required text: Materials Science and Engineering: An Introduction W.D. Callister, Jr., 7th edition, John Wiley and Sons, Inc. (2007). COURSE MATERIALS Optional Material: assigned as course develops
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Chapter 1 - 4 Outline of Class Textbook Topic General Intro; Atomic Bonding Crystalline Structure; Imperfections Diffusion; Mechanical Properties Strengthening Mechanisms; Failure Phase Diagrams Kinetics & Phase Transformations Processing & Applications of Metals Struc., Prop., Proc., Applic. of Ceramics Struc., Prop. of Polymers; Composites Corrosion; Elec. & Thermal Prop. Magnetic & Optical Prop. Materials Selection; Econ. & Envir. Issues Chapter 1,2 3,4 5,6 7,8 9 10 11 12,13 15,16 17,18,19* 20*,21* 22*,23* Lectures: will highlight important portions of each chapter. * These chapters available at website www.wiley.com/college/callister .
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Chapter 1 - 5 Why study materials science? Any human construction requires materials Concrete, bricks, wood, glass, metals for housing Natural and artificial polymers for clothes, plastics and metals for zips, velcro……. . Stone, steel, concrete for bridges… Aluminum, glass or polymers for coke bottles Semiconductors, LCDs, plastics, connectors for an iPod How do you make good choices for making stuff? The available choices define our civilization Stone age to bronze to iron and the present age? What is the present age? The silicon age? What will be the next? The nano-bio age?
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Chapter 1 - 6 The choice-decision matrix What are the service conditions? Will they and how will they cause degradation? How much can the product cost and (nowadays often a quite separate issue) how can the product be priced? The decision tree What class(es) of materials can be used? Metals, ceramics, polymers, or a composite See the broad property bar charts of Fig 1.3-7 How will the manufacturing process determine properties, cost, design solutions?
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Chapter 1 - 7 Property Bar Charts Density g/cm 3 Note the logarithmic scale charts and the large range of possibility
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Chapter 1 - 8 Property Bar Charts Stiffness (Young’s Modulus) GPa Note the logarithmic scale charts and the large range of possibility
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Chapter 1 - 9 Property Bar Charts Tensile strength MPa Note the logarithmic scale charts and the large range of possibility
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Chapter 1 - 10 Property Bar Charts Fracture toughness MPam ½ Note the logarithmic scale charts and the large range of possibility
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This note was uploaded on 04/20/2008 for the course EML 3234 taught by Professor Hellstrom during the Spring '08 term at FSU.

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