M_E_336_Ciulik__17965

M_E_336_Ciulik__17965 - Spring 2010 ME 336 Materials...

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ME 336 Syllabus 1 of 5 Materials Processing Spring 2010 ME 336 – Materials Processing (unique number 17965) Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays: 8am –9am in ETC 2.132 Instructor: Dr. Jim Ciulik Office: ETC 8.168 Phone: 475-8085 e-mail: jciulik@mail.utexas.edu Office Hours: M, W, and F: 10am – 11am as well as T and Th: 9:30am – 10:30am Course Description: This course is an introduction to processing methods used to manufacture metal, ceramic, polymeric, and composite components. Topics covered will include casting, joining, deformation processing, machining, powder processing of metals and ceramics, polymer processing, coating processes, microelectronics manufacturing, materials selection, and manufacturing process selection. Prerequisites: Mechanical Engineering 311 and 111L and Engineering Mechanics 319 with a grade of at least C in each, concurrent enrollment in Mechanical Engineering 136L, and admission to major sequence. Course Objectives: To develop an understanding of how manufacturing processes affect material microstructures, properties, cost, energy and power requirements, shape limitations and dimensional tolerances, and time to manufacture components. To learn about available manufacturing processes for metals, ceramics, polymers, composites, and coatings. To use fundamentals of materials science and engineering to perform basic materials selection and to determine processing conditions needed to achieve desired shapes and properties. Required Textbook: Introduction to Manufacturing Processes , 3 rd Edition, John A. Schey (2000) Related Textbooks: There are several good textbooks available in the Engineering Library covering related course material. In these books, the information covered in the required reading assignments is approached in different ways and with different perspectives which may make the principles described easier to understand. In addition, some of the figures and tables in other textbooks may make it easier to understand the topics covered. The following books are recommended, but are not required reading for this course. Degarmo’s Materials and Processes in Manufacturing , Black and Kohser, 10 th edition (2008) Fundamentals of Modern Manufacturing: Materials, Processes, and Systems , Groover, 4 th edition (2010) ASM Handbooks , available in the reference section of the Engineering Library or in the UT online library.
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