MSE507 Thermodynamics of Materials
Course Title
Thermodynamics of Materials
Course Code
MSE507
Credit Hours
3
Pre-requisites (if any)
Undergraduate course in thermodynamics and Fundamentals of
Materia
Outline
Utility of phase diagrams
Construction of phase diagram
Phase diagram calculation using
Gibbs energy minimization
Phase diagram with intermediate phases
- solid solutions
- compounds
Dr. M
Assignment 3
MSE 507
Due Thur. Nov. 10th
Question 1:
a) Liquid A and B are completely miscible and form an ideal solution. The vapor
pressures of two liquids are 2 x 10-3 atm and 5 x 10-3 atm at tempe
Outline
Introduction
- Definitions and basic concepts
- Phases and microstructure
Binary
PD and Gibbs free energy
Binary isomorphous systems (complete solid solubility)
Eutectic phase diagram
Int
Outline
Thermodynamic Models
Regular Solution Models
Dr. M. Medraj
Sublattice Model
Associated Solutions
Cluster Variation Model
Quasichemical Model
Cluster Expansion Model
Mech. Mat. Eng. Dept. Masd
Interpretation of Phase Diagrams
For a given temperature and composition we can
use phase diagram to determine:
1) The phases that are present
2) Compositions of the phases
3) The relative fractions o
Outline
FeFe3C phase diagram
Classifications of Fe-C alloys
Microstructure of Fe-C alloys
The phase rule
Equilibrium in multiphase systems
Equilibrium in heterogeneous systems
Dr. M. Medraj
Mech
CNSC
Science and Reactor Fundamentals Reactor Physics
Technical Training Group
1
REVIEW QUESTIONS
THE CRITICAL REACTOR AT STEADY POWER OUTPUT
1.
List the particles and radiation produced by the fissio
TEMPLATE 8-D
Revised September 2014
Faculty of Energy Systems and Nuclear Science
NUCL 5100G: Nuclear Plant Systems and Operation (section 1)
Course outline for the winter 2016 semester
1. Course Deta
Assignment #1 NUCL 5100G Nuclear Plant Systems and Operation
Section 1: For each of the following statements identify if it is TRUE or FALSE, by circling either T
or F (1 mark for each correct answer)
Assignment #1 NUCL 5100G Nuclear Plant Systems and Operation
Section 1: For each of the following statements identify if it is TRUE or FALSE, by circling either T
or F (1 mark for each correct answer)
Course Title: NUCL 5250G Power Plant Thermodynamics
Prerequisite(s): undergraduate course in thermodynamics
Course Description and Content Outline: This course presents the theoretical and practical
a
The Influence of Xenon-135 on Reactor Operation
Paul L. Roggenkamp
Abstract
Xenon-135 is a product of U-235 fission and has a very large neutron-capture cross section. It
also decays radioactively wit
Outline
Review Sublattice Model
Example Sublattice Model
Thermodynamic Modeling of multicomponent systems
Example Alloy Design
Example Process Design
Ternary Phase Diagrams
Solidification Path
Mini-Project # 3
MSE507
Due Mon. Dec. 05, 2016
This mini-project is meant to acquaint the student with thermodynamic modeling and
optimization and phase diagram calculation.
You are required to model
The Temporal nature of macroscopic
measurements
Only few particular combination of atomic coordinates that are essentially
time independent are macroscopically observable. pump and probe at
the LENS
T
Assignment 1
MSE 507
Thur. Sept. 29th 2016
Question 1:
An electric resistance furnace is used to melt pure copper at the rate of 125 kg/hr. The
furnace is fed with solid copper at 25C. The liquid copp
Course syllabus MSE507 Thermodynamics of Materials
Course Title
Course Code
Credit Hours
Pre-requisites (if any)
Co-requisites (if any)
Name of Faculty
E-mail of Faculty
Office hours of Faculty
Brief
Mini-Project # 1
MSE 507
Due Mon. Oct 10th 2016
This mini-project is meant to acquaint you with some of the literature in the area of
Thermodynamics of Materials. It offers the opportunity to summariz
Outline
Heat Capacity
Enthalpy Standard State
Heat of Formation
Heat of Reaction
Theoretical Calculations of Heat Capacity
Dr. M. Medraj
Mech. Mat. Eng. Dept. Masdar Institute
MSE 507 Lecture 2/1
Outline
Second Law of Thermodynamics
Entropy
Reversible and Irreversible Processes
Physical Meaning of Entropy
Dr. M. Medraj
Mech. Mat. Eng. Dept. Masdar Institute
MSE 507 Lecture 4/1
Reversible a
Outline
Second Law of Thermodynamics
Entropy Calculations
Equilibrium
Third Law of Thermodynamics
Physical Meaning of Entropy
Dr. M. Medraj
Mech. Mat. Eng. Dept. Masdar Institute
MSE 507 Lecture
Outline
Introduction
Enthalpy and entropy dependence on P and T
Gibbs free energy
Helmholtz free energy
Chemical potential
Maxwell equations - revisited
Gibbs-Duhem equation
Dr. M. Medraj
Mech.
Definitions: Components
Outline
Components are chemically recognized species of fixed composition.
- e.g. Fe and C in carbon steel, H2O and NaCl in salted water
Definitions
First Law of Thermodynami
Mini-Project # 2
Due Monday Nov. 14th
MSE507
The activity coefficient of Mg in liquid Mg-Sn alloys at 800C, with reference states
being pure liquid Mg and pure liquid Sn at 800C, have been determined
Assignment 4
MSE 507
Due Thur. Dec. 8th
Question 1:
Construct the hypothetical phase diagram for metals A and B between temperatures of
600C and 1000C given the following information (assume all phase