MSE 201
Homework 1
Due: September 2, 2014 12:25pm
2.4 Indium has two naturally occurring isotopes:
113
In with an atomic weight of 112.904 amu,
and 115In with an atomic weight of 114.904 amu. If th
ENE 311
Homework # 4
Due: 23 Jan 2009
1. Calculate the electron and hole concentration under steadystate illumination in an ntype
silicon with GL = 1016 cm3s1, ND = 1015 cm3, and n = p = 10s. Ans
MSE 674 Project I, "PseudoPotential"
Due:
Sept. 6.
Objective:
Electronic wavefunctions are calculated for a onedimensional system with a square well
potential, leading to the concept of phaseshift,
Chapter 10
Scattering by a Central Potential
Abstract: With the central role played by scattering in any measurements on a
quantum system, in this chapter we introduce the concepts in scattering theor
MSE 674, Project II, "Band Structure"
Due:
Sept. 20
Objective:
You are going to calculate the onedimensional electronic band structure (dispersion relation for
electron) for a periodic square well po
Lattice dynamic of a solid: phonons
Density functional perturbation theory
Interatomic force constants
Thermodynamics
Introduction to abinitio lattice dynamics and
vibrational thermodynamics
Andrea D
Class 32: E Vs k, Brillouin Zones and the Origin of Bands
In this class we will plot the reciprocal lattice information as well as the wave vector information
on the same plot and examine the interact
BCS
very preliminary notes by L. G. Molinari
8 Jan 2014
1
The BCS Hamiltonian
In electronic systems with a sharp Fermi surface, the low temperature properties are determined by the quasiparticle stat
W2L3
Stresses in Engineering Components
(problems 14, 15, 16)
(combining elastic moduli with geometry elastic behaviour)
(Courseware pg 4346)
Free Body Analysis: common technique to develop
stress e
applied statistics and numerical methods for materials scientists and engineers
MSE 301

Fall 2017
D. Keffer, MSE 301, Dept. of Materials Science & Engineering, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Exam I
Administered: Wednesday, September 16, 2015
32 points
For each problem part:
0 points if not att
applied statistics and numerical methods for materials scientists and engineers
MSE 301

Fall 2017
D. Keffer, MSE 301, Dept. of Materials Science & Engineering, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Exam III Solutions
Administered: Wednesday, November 4, 2016
22 points
For each problem part: 0 points
applied statistics and numerical methods for materials scientists and engineers
MSE 301

Fall 2017
D. Keffer, MSE 301, Dept. of Materials Science & Engineering, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Final Exam
Administered: Friday, December 4, 2015
8:00 AM 10:00 AM
22 points
Problem 1. (6 points)
Most
applied statistics and numerical methods for materials scientists and engineers
MSE 301

Fall 2017
D. Keffer, MSE 301, Dept. of Materials Science & Engineering, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Exam II Solutions
Administered: Friday, October 9, 2015
26 points
For each problem part:
0 points if no
applied statistics and numerical methods for materials scientists and engineers
MSE 301

Fall 2017
D. Keffer, MSE 301, Dept. of Materials Science & Engineering, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Exam II Solutions
Administered: Wednesday, October 5, 2016
24 points
For each problem part:
0 points if
applied statistics and numerical methods for materials scientists and engineers
MSE 301

Fall 2017
D. Keffer, MSE 301, Dept. of Materials Science & Engineering, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Exam I
Administered: Wednesday, September 14, 2016
32 points
For each problem part:
0 points if not att
applied statistics and numerical methods for materials scientists and engineers
MSE 301

Fall 2017
D. Keffer, MSE 301, Dept. of Materials Science & Engineering, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Homework Assignment Number One Solutions
Problem 1. Permutations & Combinations
Consider sputtering an
applied statistics and numerical methods for materials scientists and engineers
MSE 301

Fall 2017
D. Keffer, MSE 301, Dept. of Materials Science & Engineering, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Homework Assignment Number Two Solutions
Problem 1.
Determine the value of c so that the following func
applied statistics and numerical methods for materials scientists and engineers
MSE 301

Fall 2017
D. Keffer, MSE 301, Dept. of Materials Science & Engineering, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Exam III Solutions
Administered: Friday, November 6, 2015
22 points
For each problem part:
0 points if
applied statistics and numerical methods for materials scientists and engineers
MSE 301

Fall 2017
D. Keffer, MSE 301, Dept. of Materials Science & Engineering, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Homework Assignment Number Three Solutions
Problem 1.
A chemical plant produces A thousands of liters o
applied statistics and numerical methods for materials scientists and engineers
MSE 301

Fall 2017
D. Keffer, MSE 301, Dept. of Materials Science & Engineering, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Final Exam Solutions
Administered: Wednesday, December 7, 2016
36 points
For each problem part: 0 point
Chapter 6:
Mechanical Properties of Metals
Chapter 6  1
Key Objectives
Stress and strain: What are they and why are they
used instead of load and deformation?
Elastic behavior: When loads are small
MSE 302
Review Guide
2016/3/4
Focus
Note that the following slides will cover
the contents in our midterm.
Things that are worthy of paying
attention to:
Calculation problems in HW 1.
Several importa
5/9/2016
MSE 302 Final Exam
Please PRINT your answers.
1. Name and define K, KC, and KIC. Explain the differences and the conditions
under which each parameter applies. State the units for each parame
3/10/2016
MSE 302 Midterm Exam
Please PRINT your answers.
1. What are the S and N axes on an SN diagram, and what does the region to
the left and below the plotted line indicate for engineering desi
Fatigue Behavior of HighEntropy Alloys (HEAs)
M. A. Hemphill1, T. Yuan2, G. Y. Wang1, P. K. Liaw1, J. W. Yeh3, C. W.
Tsai3, L. J. Santodonato1,4, A. Chuang1, and Z. Tang1
1.
Department of Materials Sc
MSE 302
Homework #1
Due date: 2/25/2016
From Textbook Hertzberg Fifth Edition
9.2
What are ratchet lines, and how are they arranged with respect to the fatigue crack
front and any clamshell marks that
MSE 302
Homework #3
Due date: 4/14/2016
From Textbook Hertzberg Fifth Edition
6.2
Write Griffiths expression for the fracture stress of a material under plane
stress conditions. Identify which paramet