216 exam - Hi Peter, Ok, so Prof. DuPont said his goal is...

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Hi Peter, Ok, so Prof. DuPont said his goal is to have you be able to look at a microstructure and understand what it is and how it formed. So the focus is primarily on the solid state transformations (massive, eutectoid, steels, precipitation), but there will most likely also be some pictures of weld or casting microstructures, or like a cellular structure - so those would be the solidification things that was the focus of the 2nd test. There are supposed to be around 6 total questions, the goal is a 2 hour exam, so you should have plenty of time during the whole three hours if you need it. There will NOT be any blue books - basically each question will be a picture of a microstructure on a sheet of paper with a few questions pertaining to that microstrcture, and you have whatever room is on the paper to answer - he said he is looking for concise answers - so it is correct and covers the important concepts without dragging on. You are allowed to bring your two previous equation sheets, the same
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This note was uploaded on 09/20/2011 for the course MAT 216 taught by Professor Dupont during the Fall '10 term at Lehigh University .

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