UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA
DEPARTMENT OF MATERIALS SCIENCE
AND ENGINEERING
MSE 123 F 2016
Prof. J. Yao
SEMICONDUCTOR PROCESSING
Homework #1
For your own exercise; solutions will be discussed in discussion session.
(Note: Tables are a great way to organize a
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA AT BERKELEY
College of Engineering
Department of Materials Science and Engineering
Fall 2016
COURSE:
MSE 113
TITLE:
Mechanical Behavior of Materials
UNITS:
3
LECTURES:
Tu,Th 11-12:30, Room 348 Hearst Memorial Mining Building
LECTU
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA
College of Engineering
Department of Materials Science and Engineering
Fall 2016
Professor Ritchie
MSE 113/ME 124
Mechanical Behavior of Materials
Homework Solutions #1
Problem #1
Calculating M
o In 2D, calculations for displaceme
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA
College of Engineering
Department of Materials Science and Engineering
Fall 2016
Professor Ritchie
MSE 113/ME 124
Mechanical Behavior of Materials
Homework Solutions #3
Problem #1
In order to tell whether the dissociation into par
Assigned: 8/26
Due: 9/13
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA
College of Engineering
Department of Materials Science and Engineering
Fall 2016
Professor Ritchie
MSE 113/ME 124
Mechanical Behavior of Materials
Homework Set #1
Problem #1
A uniform deformation is applie
Assigned: 9/30
Due: 10/11
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA
College of Engineering
Department of Materials Science and Engineering
Fall 2016
Professor Ritchie
MSE 113
Mechanical Behavior of Materials
Homework Set #5
Problem #1
A nuclear pressure vessel, made of an
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA
College of Engineering
Department of Materials Science and Engineering
Fall 2016
Professor Ritchie
MSE 113
Mechanical Behavior of Materials
Homework Solutions #4
Problem #1
a) To calculate the Schmid factor [= cos() cos()], we mus
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA
College of Engineering
Department of Materials Science and Engineering
Fall 2016
Professor Ritchie
MSE 113/ME 124
Mechanical Behavior of Materials
Homework Solutions #2
Problem #1
(a) For strains, by definition
=
Further,
= =
Assigned: 9/23
Due: 10/4
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA
College of Engineering
Department of Materials Science and Engineering
Fall 2016
Professor Ritchie
MSE 113
Mechanical Behavior of Materials
Homework Set #4
Problem #1
A single FCC (face centered cubic) cry
Assigned: 9/16
Due: 9/27
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA
College of Engineering
Department of Materials Science and Engineering
Fall 2016
Professor Ritchie
MSE 113
Mechanical Behavior of Materials
Homework Set #3
Problem #1
When energetically preferred, full dis
Assigned: 9/9
Due: 9/20
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA
College of Engineering
Department of Materials Science and Engineering
Fall 2016
Professor Ritchie
MSE 113/ME 124
Mechanical Behavior of Materials
Homework Set #2
Problem #1
(a) Derive the relationships for
H.522]; h := cfw_[1, -0.57), cfw_1, 0.51)
(.Dinna the primtiva latica vectoraicoordinates of points.)
pta :=T11plas[Ranga[10, 10] , 2] .1;
Generate a list of lattice points from primitive lattice vector-t)
m a LiItE'lotata, Plotlianga a cfw_(-3, 3 , cfw_-
MSE 102, Fall 2016
Prof. D. C. Chrzan
Problem Set #3
The following structure is a binary alloy composed of blue and red atoms.
Identify the plane group describing this structure.
o (7 points) Begin by marking a set of points that are identical by symmetry
Problem Set #6
MSE 102 Fall, 2016
(1) In some materials, application of a stress can lead to the development of an electric
dipole moment, P. Recall that the electric moment of a material is given by:
P=
q r
(1)
where q is the charge at position r.
The re
MSE 102, Fall 2016
Problem Set #4
Prof. Daryl C. Chrzan
1. The figure below depicts a typical lattice plane in a typical crystal. It might help to refer
to this figure for specific examples of the structure of lattice planes for answer
MSE 102, Fall 2016
Prof. D. C. Chrzan
Problem Set #5
(1) (5 points each) The following stereograms have indicate directions that are
equivalent by a single cyclic symmetry element. Indicate the symmetry operation
on the stereographic projection that makes
MSE 102, Fall 2016
Prof. D. C. Chrzan
Problem Set #2
1. A 2-D lattice is described by the primitive lattice vectors:
a = 1e1 0.57 e 2
b = 1e1 + 0.57 e 2
(1)
where e1 and e 2 are unit vectors in the x and y directions respectively.
(a) [10 points] Using yo
MSE 102, Fall 2016
Prof. D. C. Chrzan
Problem Set #1
(1) [40 points] Lattice terminology. The structure on the next page displays a portion of a lattice. (As
you know, a lattice is infinite in extent.) The blue points represent the lattice points. These p
MSE 104: Materials Characterization
Exam 1
Spring 2015
Instructor: Lane W. Martin
MSE 104 Materials Characterization
Instructor L. W. Martin
Exam I Friday February 27, 2015
12:10-1:00PM, 348 HMMB
Name: _
MSE 104 Exam I
Friday February 27, 2015
Student Nam
MSE 104: Materials Characterization
Homework 5
Spring 2016
Instructor: Lane W. Martin
Answer the following questions and provide as many details and as much work as possible to
assure partial credit. Recall that homeworks may be completed in groups of two
Berkeley
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA
MATERIALS SCIENCE & ENGINEERING
MSE 104 Materials Characterization
Chapter 1: Properties of X-rays
Instructor: Lane Martin
Department of Materials Science & Engineering | UC Berkeley
February 24, 2016
1
Diffraction
Berkel
MSE 104: Materials Characterization
Homework 4
Spring 2016
Instructor: Lane W. Martin
Answer the following questions and provide as many details and as much work as possible to
assure partial credit. Recall that homeworks may be completed in groups of two
MSE 104: Materials Characterization
Homework 1
Spring 2016
Instructor: Lane W. Martin
Answer the following questions and provide as many details and as much work as possible to
assure partial credit. Recall that homeworks may be completed in groups of two