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Unformatted text preview: Purdue University School of Materials Engineering MSE 230 Structure and Properties of Materials Spring 2011 Lecture: Mondays and Wednesdays at 9:30 and 12:30 in ARMS 1010 Lecturer: Prof. Carol A. Handwerker, ARMS Room 2331, 494-0147, firstname.lastname@example.org Prof. Kevin P. Trumble, ARMS Room 2333, 494-4114, email@example.com Office Hours : Posted on Blackboard vista Recitations Section Time Location Instructor R3 Friday, 10:30 CIVL 2108 Congwang Ye R4 Friday, 1:30 PHYS 201 Nobphadon (Tom) Suksangpanya R5 Thursday, 2:30 CIVL 2108 Nobphadon (Tom) Suksangpanya R6 Thursday, 8:30 ARMS 1103 Matthew Hudspeth R7 Friday, 11:30 ARMS 1103 Congwang Ye R9 Friday, 9:30 CIVL 2117 Matthew Hudspeth R10 Thursday, 10:30 EE 236 Valerie Wiesner R11 Thursday, 9:30 CIVL 2108 Valerie Wiesner Textbook Materials Science and Engineering: An Introduction , William D. Callister, Jr., 7 th Edition, Wiley, NY (2007), ISBN 978-0-471-73696-7. A newer edition (8 th Edition) came out in 2010, so the used hardbound 7 th Edition is available at substantially reduced prices. A paperback edition is also available. Wiley is now offering a complete, full-color, printable, digital eBook version for $50, which you download onto your computer and own; available directly from Wiley at http://www.wiley.com/go/engineeringvalue (then brouse All Materials Science Titles) Website Homework problems and solutions and links to other resources will be available on Blackboard Vista. Course Objectives 1. To provide an introduction to Materials Science and Engineering (MSE) as the study of structure-properties-processing relationships in engineering materials (metals, polymers, ceramics, and composites). 2. To develop the general and specific relationships between the different levels of internal structure (atomic, molecular, crystal, grain, etc.) and the basic properties (physical, mechanical, thermal, electrical, etc.) of engineering materials. 3. To show how structure, and thus properties, are controlled and manipulated in the basic processing operations. 4. To apply the structure-properties-processing approach to the specification of materials for engineering applications and develop appreciation for MSE as a tool in engineering design. Procedures Lectures will emphasize the more important points but you are also responsible for the details in the reading that time may not permit covering in lecture. Handouts that aid in your taking notes during lecture will be posted on Blackboard. Recitations will consist of discussion lead by the recitation instructor to review and supplement the reading assignments, lecture, and homework. A series of short quizzes will be given in the recitation period as the semester progresses....
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This note was uploaded on 09/25/2011 for the course MSE 230 taught by Professor Trice during the Spring '08 term at Purdue University-West Lafayette.
- Spring '08