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mae_160_SYLLABUS - MAE 160 Mechanic al behav ior of...

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MAE 160 Mechanical behavior of materials Spring 2010 T, Th.: 12.30-1:50, CSB 001 F: 12-1:50, CSB 001 Professor Joanna McKittrick Phone 858-534-5425 Dept. MAE Fax 858-534-5698 EBU II, Rm. 257 [email protected] Office hours Tues. and Thurs. 3:30-4:15 and by appointment. Students are encouraged to contact me at any time by e-mail. I will respond promptly. Please put MAE 160 in the subject heading. Teaching assistant Katya Novitskaya, [email protected] Office hours: Tues. and Thurs., 4:20-5:20, EBU II, Room 270 Grader Irene Chen, [email protected] Course description This class will cover elasticity and anelasticity, dislocations, plastic deformation, creep and strengthening mechanisms. Mechanical behavior of metals, ceramics, composites and polymers will be addressed. Fracture mechanisms and fatigue will also be covered. Mechanical properties of biomaterials and nanomaterials will be discussed. Prerequisites Grade of C- or better in MAE 20, MAE130A (or SE 101A) and MAE 131A Textbook M.A. Meyers and K.C. Chawla, Mechanical behavior of materials , 2 nd Edition, Cambridge University Press, 2009. Available in the bookstore and on reserve in the library.
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