Introduction - EMA4120 Physical Metallurgy I Introduction...

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1 EMA4120 Physical Metallurgy I, Introduction University of Florida, Dept. of Materials Science and Engineering EMA4120 Physical Metallurgy I Paul Holloway 202 Rhines Hall 846-3330 [email protected]
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2 EMA4120 Physical Metallurgy I, Introduction University of Florida, Dept. of Materials Science and Engineering Topics Syllabus Course details Review of metals Expectation: had introductory physics, chemistry, math, metals Goal: physical metallurgy relates microstructure to properties & applications Use common alloys and processing to illustrate
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3 EMA4120 Physical Metallurgy I, Introduction University of Florida, Dept. of Materials Science and Engineering Course Outline Introduction Structure of metals Analysis of structure and microstructure Types of crystals Defects in metals – Dislocations and plastic deformation Grain boundaries Vacancies and annealing Alloys Solid solutions and phase formation – Binary phase diagrams Diffusion Substitutional Interstitial
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4 EMA4120 Physical Metallurgy I, Introduction University of Florida, Dept. of Materials Science and Engineering
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