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1- Introduction - EMA 3010 Materials Course Objective...

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EMA 3010: Materials Course Objective: Introduction to structure, properties, processing, and li i f lli i l i d l i applications of metallic, ceramic, polymeric and electronic materials You will learn about: material structure how structure dictates properties how processing can change structure This course will help you to: how properties affect applications use materials properly develop new design opportunities with materials
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Course Instructor: Dr. Franky So Time: Tuesday Period 4 (10:40-11:30) (10:40 11:30) Thursday Period 4-5 (10:40-12:35) Location: FLG 0260
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Instructor Office Hours Rhines 156; 6-3790; [email protected] Period 2 (8:30-9:30)Monday, Wednesday and Thursday Other times by appointment Rhines Copyright
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Name Office E-mail TEACHING ASSISTANT E mail Weiran Cao 223 RHN [email protected] Phone: 352-328-9655 Office hours: Tuesday 1-2 pm Thursday 1 3 pm 1-3 pm
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COURSE MATERIAL Required text: The Science and Engineering of Materials D. R. Askeland and R. P. Phule, 5 th Edition Other possibly useful books: Materials Science and Engineering: An Introduction, Callister Understanding Materials Science, Hummel
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