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Syllabus_MSE90L_s11 - MSE 90L Spring 2011 Physical...

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MSE 90L Spring 2011 Physical Measurement in Materials Engineering SRS CRS# 191270200 Wednesday or Thursday 1-4:50pm ENGR V Rm 1010 Instructor: Prof Kanji Ono ([email protected]) TA: Sara Kiani ( [email protected] ); Chaokun Gong ( [email protected] ); Jung Kyu Han ( [email protected]) Office Hours: TBA NO OPEN SHOES/SANDALS. NO EATING (liquids ok). BRING BOUND NOTEBOOK. We will need to change some due to large enrollment; below is tentative plan. Syllabus: 1. Basics and Report writing requirements laboratory safety format and standards for reports accuracy vs. precision, statistics, error analysis DMM, PC and analog-to-digital converter 2. Density determination by three methods direct length and weight measurements, defined shapes; force transducer setup and calibration with weights specific gravity bottle for small irregular shapes; immersion (Archimedes) method (length and weight measurements) 3. Temperature, furnace control thermocouples, Pt resistance thermometer, optical method ice point correction method
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