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Unformatted text preview: Instructor 14:440 14:440-407 407 Mechanical Properties of Materials Mechanical Properties of Materials Section 02 Section 02 Dr. E. Koray Akdoğan Contact Information: Malcolm McLaren Center for Ceramic Research, Room 112 Tel: 732-445 5614 E-mail: [email protected] Venue & Time of the Class Venue & Time of the Class • Section: 02 • Days: Mondays & Wednesdays • Time: 17:00-18:20 • Location: Mon ARC 105, Wed SERC 118, Busch Campus • No class on 6 September 2010! ☺ Labor Day Holiday! Wednesday 8 September is a Monday Class We will convene in ARC 105 !!! Required Textbook Required Textbook “Materials Science &” Engineering An Introduction by W.D. Callister 7 th Edition John Wiley & Sons (2006) Book + CD needed Supplementary materials will be distributed as needed. Office Hours Office Hours Mondays & Wednesdays 14:30-16:30 Malcolm McLaren Center for Ceramic Research, Room 112 Dr. E. Dr. E. Koray Koray Akdogan’s Akdogan’s WWW WWW Learning Resources: Learning Resources: TBA (will be online in 1 week time) Computer Requirement Computer Requirement c Some classes may be be held at the Design, Simulation and Visualization (DSV) Computer Lab in room B-127 in the Engineering Building. c All students are required to set up an account prior to the first computer session. Course Outline Course Outline c Course Objective… c Introduce fundamental concepts of materials c What you will learn… c Structure of materials c How structure affects properties c How processing affects structure c This course will help you to… c Use/designate materials properly c Realize new design opportunities by proper material selection Course Course Outline (Cont’d) Outline (Cont’d) Grading Grading Weekly in-lecture 5 min quizzes. Maybe 5% of final grade as a bonus. Once a week on Wednesdays based on last lecture. (Lowest two quizzes will be dropped). Approx. 12 quizzes per semester. Homeworks –25% of final grade. Approx. 7-10. No late homework accepted. Lowest HW score dropped. Tests -25% each. 3 Tests. No final examination. Homeworks Homeworks a) A lot of weight is placed on homeworks. If you have troubles, come ask!! BUT only after the effort has been made....
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This note was uploaded on 02/08/2011 for the course GENERAL EN 407 taught by Professor Akdogan during the Fall '10 term at Rutgers.

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