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Chapter 6 - Material sciences II-MTL 300 Prof. Dr. Habiba Bougherara
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Chapter 6 - Course objectives Provide a basis for the proper selection and application of materials in design. Materials characterization by: mechanical property evaluation macrostructure and microstructure analysis failure analysis effect of structural modifications by processing or heat treatment on properties 2
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Chapter 6 - Course documentations 3 Compulsory Text: (1) Materials Science and Engineering - An Introduction William D. Callister, Jr.; 7 th Edition - John Wiley & Sons, Inc. ISBN: 0-471-73696-1 (2) Laboratory Manual Reference Texts: 1. Introduction to Material Science for Engineers – 6 th Edition J. Shackelford – Prentice Hall 2. Foundations of Materials Science and Engineering - 4 nd Edition W.F. Smith – McGraw Hill 3. The Science and Engineering of Materials – 5 th Edition D.R. Askeland and P.P. Phulé 4. Engineering Materials and Their Application - 4 th Edition R. Flinn & P. Trojan – Houghton Mifflin 5. Elements of Materials Science and Engineering - 6 th Edition L.H. Van Vlack – Addison-Wesley
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Chapter 6 - Course outline 4 Course Content: Week 1-5 Evaluation of mechanical properties of materials; Tensile test - stress, strain, elastic and plastic deformation, stress-strain diagrams, yield and tensile strength, ductility, resilience and toughness; Hardness test - Brinell, Rockwell, Vickers, Knoop; Impact test - Charpy, Izod; Fatigue test - S-N diagram; Creep test - evaluation of creep data; Non-destructive testing. [Chapter 6, 8] Term Test I 6-7 Strengthening mechanisms in materials - slip, modes of strengthening; recovery, recrystallization and grain growth; failure modes - ductile, brittle fracture. [Chapter 7, 8] 8-10 Phase transformations; iron-iron carbide phase diagram, amount and compositions of phases, microstructure, microstructure vs. properties, solid-state transformation, Isothermal transformations, heat treatments of steel, hardenability. [Chapter 9, 10, 11] Term Test II 11-12 Case hardening, precipitation hardening; steels, cast irons, aluminum alloys, magnesium and titanium alloys, refractory metals, superalloys, and their applications. [Chapter 11, 12] 13 Structure and properties of ceramics - crystalline, amorphous structures, stress-strain behaviour, deformation, types of ceramics - clays, glasses; advanced ceramics, transformation toughening, processing and application. [Chapter 12]
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Chapter 6 - Grading 5 Assignments 10% Term Tests 20% Laboratory 20% Participation & Attendance 5% Final Examination 45%
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Chapter 6 - 6 ISSUES TO ADDRESS. .. Stress and strain : What are they and why are they used instead of load and deformation? Elastic
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