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ENGR 2220 ENGR 2220 – Structure & Properties of Materials Lecture1 Introduction structor: Ghaus Rizvi Instructor: Ghaus Rizvi
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ENGR 2220 ENGR 2220 – Structure & Properties of Materials OURSE MATERIAL Required text: COURSE MATERIAL Materials Science and Engineering: An Introduction W.D. Callister, Jr., 7th edition, John Wiley and Sons, Inc. (2007). One copy held in library for three hour loans
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GRADING Quizzes 10% roup assignment % Assignments 12% Group assignment 3% idterms 0% Late assignments will not be accepted once the solution is posted. Penalty 10% per day Midterms 20% Final 55% Course TA Hamid Semeralul
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rading issed Exams Grading Missed Exams Each student MUST present his/her UOIT student ID uring mid rm and final exams failure to do so during mid term and final exams, failure to do so will lead to failing the course. Missing the midterm or final exam will result in a ro mark for that exam zero mark for that exam. a student misses the exam due to a medical If a student misses the exam due to a medical emergency, an oral makeup exam will be administered, provided proper notification and , p pp documents were submitted.
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mail Policy Email Policy ghaus.rizvi@uoit.ca If you have a study related problem i i bd Post it on discussion board Try to ask friends Contact me in my office Response to email can take up to 36 hrs
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Structure and Properties of Materials Course Objective. .. Introduce fundamental concepts about SPM You will learn about: material structure how structure dictates properties how processing can change structure This course will help you to: use materials properly realize new design opportunities with materials
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bundance of elements in the Universe Abundance of elements in the Universe Element Parts per million Hydrogen 739,000 Helium 240,000 Oxygen 10,700 Carbon 4,600 Neon 1,340 Iron 1,090 Nitrogen 950 Silicon 650 Magnesium 580 Sulfur 440 All Others 650
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bundance of elements in the Earth's crust Abundance of elements in the Earth s crust Element Abundance Abundance percent by weight parts per million by weight Oxygen 46.10% 461,000 Silicon 28.20% 282,000 Aluminum 8.23% 82,300 Iron 5.63% 56,300 Calcium 4.15% 41,500 Sodium 2.36% 23,600 Magnesium 2.33% 23,300 Potassium 2.09% 20,900 Titanium 0.57% 5,650 Hydrogen 0.14% 1,400
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hapter 1 - troduction Chapter 1 Introduction What is materials science ? hy should we know about it? Why should we know about it? aterials drive our society Materials drive our society Stone Age Bronze Age A Iron Age Now? Silicon Age? Polymer Age?
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lements - he Building Blocks Elements The Building Blocks Budinski
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aterials Classification Materials Classification Metals Metal-polymer Metals-ceramic composites composites olymers Ceramics Polymers Ceramic-polymer composites
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etal Metals Metal-polymer composites Metals-ceramic composites Metal Polymers Ceramics eramic olymer
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