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INTRO TO MATERIALS

INTRO TO MATERIALS - Materials Science Engineering Fall...

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Materials Science Engineering Fall 2003 Holly Moore
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Syllabus http://www.slcc.edu/redwood/engr/moore/mse/mse2 Updated regularly Homework will be available online
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Contact Info
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Text Book Materials Science by John C. Russ Provided by the Department CD-ROM May use in the Engineering Laboratory Hard Copy Text Books On Reserve in the Math Lab Available in the book store
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Grading 4 tests at 100 pts each Up to 5 “pop” quizes at 20 pts each No makeups for quizes Turn in homework 5 times, for 20 pts each No late homework is accepted!!! Final at 200 pts
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Extra Credit Up to 50 pts of extra credit available Read Michael Crighton’s book Airframe and write a “book report”.– 25 pts Share a current event related to Materials Science with the class – 20 pts Bring in examples of engineering materials we are discussing in class – 20 pts Do an in class demonstration - variable
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Extra Credit
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