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'a:-. MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING AN INTRODUCTION e*&-re$E&aryx il3. CaX8ise*r, jr* M ?',
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Tentative Schedule Lecture No. Day and Date Sections Covered 1 . W 915 Atomic structure (2.1-2.4) R 916 2.1,2.9 2 M 9ll0 AtomicBonding (2.5-2.8) T 9lII 2.7(due),2.20.2.22 3 W 9ll2 Crystal Structure (3.1-3.7) R 9/13 2.8,2.14 a&b,2.19,2.21,2.23 (due),3.3.3.10 4 M 9ll7 Crystal Structure (3.8-3.17) T 9ll8 3.T,3.2,3.J,3.8,3.9(due),3.30.3.42 5 W 9ll9 Imperfections in Solids (4.1-4.10) R 9/20 3.31, 3.38, 3.39,3.40,3.41(due), 4.1.4.7 6 M 9124 Diffusion (5.1- 5.6) T 9125 4.2,4.8, 4.I1,4.I4,4.27(due),5.12.5.26 7 W 9/26 Mechanical Properties (6.1-6.6) . R 9127 5.1, 5.11, 5.13, 5.15, 5.16 (due), G.3.6.7 8 M l0ll Mechanical Properties (6.7-6.12) T I0l2 6.4,6.5,6.6,6.8,6.9(due),6.14.6.39 9 W l0l3 Dislocations & Plastic Deformation (7.1-7.7) R I0l4 6.15, 6.18, 6.25,6.30,6.38(due), 7.6.7.12 * M 10/8 First Test (lectures 1-8) T L0l9 no class 10 W 10/10 Mechanisms of Strengthening (7.3-7.13) R l0/11 7.5,7.7,7.11,7.13,7.26 (due),7.28.7.Ds 11 M 10/15 Failure (8.1- 8.6) T 10/16 7.29,7.31,7.33,7.D1,7.D4(due),8.5.8.13 12 W l0ll7 Failure (3.7-8.15) R 10/18 8.1,8.4,8.7,8.9,8.12(due),8.20.8.21 13 M 10122 Phase Diagram (9.1-9.9) T 10123 8.18,8.19, 8.23,8.24,8.D3(due),9.1.9.11 14 W 10124 Phase Diagram (9.10-9.15) R 10/25 9.2,9.5,9.8 a-d,9.9,9.Iz(due),9.13.9.16 15 M 10129 lron Carbon System (9.18-9.20) T 10/30 9.14a-d,9.15,917,9.T9,9.20(due),9.51.9.52 * W 10/31 Second Test (9-14) R llll No class 16 M lll5 Phase Transformations (10.1-10.9) T ll/6 9.46,9.47,9.49,9.53,9.55 (due) 10.20. 10.21 17 W lllT Thermal Processing of Atloys (11.7-11.9) R ll/8 10.14,10.15,10.18,10.24,10.25(due),11.D9 ll.Dl6 18 M llll2 Ferrous and Non-ferrous alloys (lf .l-11.3) T lll13 11.D6,11.D7,11.D13,11.D14,11.D15,11.5, 11.7 19 W llll4 Fabrication of Metals (11.4-11.6) R ll/15 II.2, | 1.3, 11.8, I1.10, 1l.l llaue;, ll.16. ll.l9
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20 M lrlr9 Cenmls O2.r-r2.9) T rr120 rr.r3,rr.r5,tt.20,tl.22,1l_21,82 21 W ll/21 PolymeB 04.1-14.1t) E llD2 Noehs 22 M 11126 PolymeB (15.1-15.14) 1 ttl27 t2.t,12.3,t2.7,14.1J.14.r4.14.23.rs.r6 8 W lA28 Conposli6(16.1-16.13) R u,29 r5.1,15.5,15. ,15.12,r5.19,!4L!6! 24 M l2l3 Co.mdor rd Degr.d.tlor (1?.1-17.10) 'l t2/4 16.3,16,4, t6.5,16,t2" t6,11, t7,2. t7 4 25 W lA5 Mi&nd S€l€diotr C.!e Sturly R f2l6 tl.t, t7.5, t7.6, t1.4, r'7.A 26 \l l?l0 Maa€rl.l S€lection C$e Siudy T l2lll Rdi.w
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