Course ObjectiveRationale:Understanding of the structure-property relation and the material behavior at different operational conditions is very important to make proper choice of material for a particular application, and this course provides the knowledge about that. Objectives:To provide foundation for understanding the mechanical and physical behavior of materialsTo get introduced to different types of engineering materials and their utility propertiesTo make the students familiar with the principles of test methods
Course content, learning outcomes, teaching strategy and assessment strategy: Course Content Learning Outcomes Mechanical Properties of metals: Recovery and recrystallization of plastically deformed metals, fracture of metals, fatigue of metals, fatigue crack propagation rate, creep and stress rupture of metals, graphical representation of creep- and stress -rupture time -temperature data using the Larsen-Miller Parameter. To learn about mechanical behavior of materials Ceramic Materials: Introduction, simple ceramic crystal structures, silicate structures, processing of ceramics, traditional and technical ceramics and electrical properties of ceramics mechanical properties of ceramics, thermal properties of ceramics, glasses. Metals and Ores: Occurrence and ore preparation (a) Ability to describe structure, property, production and defect treatment of ceramic material (b)Skill to prepared ores Production of Steel and Wrought Iron: Cement steel and crucible steel, alloying addition and steel ingots, influence of minor elements in carbon steel and high alloy steel. General principle of phase diagram of alloys and solid solution:Study of binary alloys, Iron-Iron constitutional diagram. To acquire basic knowledge about steel and alloy production
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