MSE 308 Thermo of Matls Spring 2005 Syllabus

MSE 308 Thermo of Matls Spring 2005 Syllabus - Boise State...

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Boise State University Spring 2005 Department of Materials Science and Engineering Prof. Knowlton MSE 308: Thermodynamics of Materials - Course Syllabus and Objectives - Instructor: Bill Knowlton, 202M MEC, 426-5705 (emergency only), [email protected] Classroom, Date and Time: MEC 309, MWF; 12:40-1:30 pm Office Hours: MW: 4-5 pm & TTh 9:30-10:30 am (or by appointment) – send e-mail (do not call). Prerequisites: Math 333 (differential equations), ENGR 245, Physics 309 or permission of instructor. Course Website: http://coen.boisestate.edu/BKnowlton/ then click on "Courses" Text Book: Required: Introduction to the Thermodynamics of Materials , David R. Gaskell, 4 th ED. (Taylor & Francis, 2003) ISBN: 1-56032-992-0 Final Exam: Date: Monday, May 9 ; Time: 1-3pm ; Room: MEC 309 Assessment Methods: Problem Sets (30%): 12-16 problem sets o Turned in prior to class on Wednesday. No late problem sets accepted. o There will be considerable computation involved. You are encouraged to use mathematical software packages such as Mathematica, Maple or MathLab as long as the output is neat and decipherable. MEC 408 Computer Lab has Mathematica. Many Quizzes (25%): every week on Monday. If we have over 6 quizzes, then can drop one.
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