CHE-3166 Process Design S2_2015_My_L10 - Copy

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CHE-3166 Process Design S2_2015_My_L10 Reference: Sinnott Ch -7 MATERIALS
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Recommended Books Materials Science & Enging: An Introduction, 4 th Ed, Wiley William D. Callister Principles and Prevention of Corrosion, 2 nd Ed, Prentice Hall, Denny A. Jones 2
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LEARNING OBJECTIVES Understanding the building blocks (structure) applicable to common metals and alloys Understanding the significance of metals and alloys Calculating close-packedness for the common structures Types of Materials? Necessary properties of materials 3
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Why do we need to study materials? Every engineer (mechanical, civil, chemical, or electrical), who needs to design or deal with the design of an equipment will invariably require the knowledge of the material of construction of that equipment For example: transmission gear, bridge, oil refinery, integrated circuit chip 4
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