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Welcome to Materials 1M03 (2007)
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Instructional Team ¾ Prof. Nikolas Provatas ± ABB-428 ¾ Prof. Ken Coley ± JHE-357/D ¾ Prof. Hatem Zurob ± JHE-213/C ¾ Prof. Adrian Kitai ± JHE-A215 ¾ Teaching assistants ± See WebCT site prof1m03@mcmaster.ca tota1m03@mcmaster.ca
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Why Do We Study Materials Engineering ? ¾ Everything is made of something ¾ Materials carry functionality ± Strength, ductility, electrical or thermal conductivity, etc. ¾ Engineers integrate Materials with design ¾ Materials altered by time, environment ¾ Materials represent an enabling technology “Engineering is the art of arranging the materials and forces of nature” Henry Petroski
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Course Objectives ¾ By the end of this course you should understand: ± The main classes of materials and what distinguishes them ± The most important properties exhibited by materials ² The range of properties exhibited by materials ² The basis for materials selection based on properties ² How materials selection integrates with engineering design ¾ To get to this understanding you need these fundamentals: ± The underlying structure of solids from the atomic to the macroscopic scale ± The nature of defects and microstructure in materials ± The mechanical properties of each class of materials ± The functional properties of each class of materials ± How properties depend on materials structure: ² Bonding and crystal structure ² Crystalline defects ² Microstructure / macrostructure
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Before we dive in, some logistics…
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¾ All lectures in JHE-264 ± ± Section 2: M, W, R- 10:30 ± Section 3: T,R,F-11:30 ± Section 4: T,W,F-12:30 ± Section 5: T,WF-9:30 ± All lectures using PowerPoint slides available via WebCT ¾ Tutorials in ITB/137 ± Mon (T1), Tue (T2) & Wed (T3) at 19:00-22:00 and Friday (T4)
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This note was uploaded on 09/28/2011 for the course 1M03 material 1 taught by Professor Llllll during the Spring '11 term at McMaster University.

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