MEE1005_MATERIALS-ENGINEERING-AND-TECHNOLOGY_ETH_1.1_47_MEE1005.pdf

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MEE1005 MATERIALS ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY L T P J C 3 0 2 0 4 Pre-requisite NIL Syllabus version v. 1.1 Course Objectives: 1. To develop the knowledge on structure of materials including crystallography, microstructure, defects and phase diagrams 2. To provide an understanding to students on the correlation between structure, processing, mechanical properties and performance of materials 3. To develop the knowledge on mechanical properties of materials and strengthening mechanism 4. To give insight in to advanced materials such as polymers, ceramics and composite and their applications Expected Course Outcome: Upon successful completion of the course the students will be able to 1. Suggest suitable engineering materials for different application 2. Identify various phases of metals and alloys through appropriate phase diagrams 3. Apply suitable heat treatment process based on material properties 4. Evaluate the effect of alloying elements, properties and application of ferrous and non-ferrous metals 5. Evaluate the mechanical behavior of materials for different applications 6. Apply advanced materials such as polymers, ceramics and composites in product design 7. Correlate the structure-property relationship in metals/alloys in as-received and heat treated conditions Student Learning Outcomes (SLO): SLO 1, 2, 6 Module:1 Structure of Materials 8 hours Introduction to engineering materials significance of structure property correlations in all classes of engineering materials, Unit Cells, Metallic Crystal Structures, Density Computations, Crystal

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