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E45 Structures and Properties of Materials Thomas M. Devine 224 Hearst Mining Building 3-8118 [email protected]
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Course Format Lectures M-W-F (12-1pm); Cory 277 Labs (~biweekly) Textbook: Fundamentals of Materials Science and Engineering , 3 rd Ed., W.D. Callister, Jr. and D.G. Rethwisch, J.Wiley&Sons (2008). Grading HW 20%; Lab Reports 30%; Two Exams 20%; Final Exam 30% HW due Friday at 5PM (solutions will be posted on bSpace). First HW will be due Sept 9 Two Exams: October XX and November XX Final Exam Group 18
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Overview of Materials Science and Engineering Relevance of Materials? MSE Approach to the Development of Materials
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Relevance Advances in Engineering Are Often Limited by Materials Weapons (past) Aviation (present) Batteries for Electric Vehicles (future) 3 Examples:
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Engineering Advances Limited by Materials 1.Developments in Casting of Steel Resulted in Obliteration of French Army by Prussian Artillery - The Outcome Lead to WWI and WWII
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Engineering Advances Limited by Materials 1.Developments in Casting of Steel Resulted in Obliteration of French Army by Prussian Artillery - The Outcome Lead to WWI and WWII French Bronze Cannons Prussian Cast Steel Cannons
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Engineering Advances Limited by Materials 1.Developments in Casting of Steel Resulted in Obliteration of French Army by Prussian Artillery - The Outcome Lead to WWI and WWII French Bronze Cannons First produced in late 1400 s Prussian Cast Steel Cannons Introduced by Krupp in 1860 s
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Engineering Advances Limited by Materials 1.Developments in
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