MSE 403G Homework #4
Due: Friday, February 28th at the beginning of class
Instructor: Thom Cochell
Homework Assignment #4
Phase Diagrams
Use the provided KF-NaF-MgF2 ternary phase diagram to answer the following questions:
1. Answer the following:
a. Is t
MSE 403G Homework #1
Due: Friday, January 31st at the beginning of class
Instructor: Thom Cochell
Homework Assignment #1
1. Assign the correct values for the quantum numbers n, l, and ml for the following orbitals: 2pz,
3dz2, 4s. More information can be f
MSE 403G Homework #3
Due: Friday, February 14th at the beginning of class
Instructor: Thom Cochell
Homework Assignment #3
1. C&N 2nd ed, Problem 5.10: From the ionic radii given, estimate the coordination numbers
for the following oxides: (a) MgO, (b) Al2
MSE 403G Homework #2
Due: Friday, February 7th at the beginning of class
Instructor: Thom Cochell
Homework Assignment #2
1. C&N 2nd ed, Problem 4.1: By considering the hybridization of orbitals in diamond, explain
why it is (a) an electrical insulator at
MSE 403G Homework #5
Due: Friday, March 7th at the beginning of class
Instructor: Thom Cochell
Homework Assignment #5
1. C&N 2nd ed, Problem 11.1: What, if any, is the difference between a Schottky Defect in
Mg and a Schottky defect in MgO? Write balanced
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Development of
design
Isotropic,
equations
orthotropic
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lamina design
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2
Check your solution for
Example 3.2
n
Loads
n
n
n
sxx = 100 Mpa
txy = 25 Mpa
Solve for stresses at the angles of:
n
n
0, 15, 30,45,60,75,90 degrees
What happens if:
n
The s
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We will be doing a number
of in-class problems to
learn standard mechanics
related to composite
materials. This will require
computations the use of
laptops is recommended.
Composite
design
Chapter 3.
Mechanics
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smc example
+ Composite formulatio
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Introduction to
composites mechanics
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composite design
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overview
n
Mechanics analysis of many materials assumes:
n
n
n
Homogeneous (properties are independent of location)
Isotropic (properties of are independent of direction)
Composites are nor
Utilization of the Piezoelectric Ceramic PZT
in Generators
LUANA STEPHANIE SANTOS OLIVEIRA
University of Kentucky
Department of Materials Engineering
Ceramic Engineering and Processing
MSE 403
Dr. Thom Cochell
Abstract: Piezoelectricity is a property obse
Bonding & Symmetry
For today
Wrap up bonding ( secondary)
Start symmetry
For next )me
Homework #1 due beginning of class
Reading: C&N 73-88, 89-102
MSE 403G
Wednesday, January 29th, 2014
Bonding & Symmetry
T
Fundamentals for Ceramics
MSE 403G
Friday, January 17th, 2014
Easy way to remember the lling order
of atomic orbitals
Shape of the 2p electron orbitals
Shape of the 3d electron orbitals
Colors of ceramics is cause
Bonding
MSE 403G
Friday, January 24th, 2014
Ionic Bonding
Overlapping atomic orbitals push
electrons into higher energy states
B = constant
n = Born exponent
Madelung constant gives relaFonship between
an isolated
Symmetry
For today
Wrap up symmetry
Start binary compounds
For next )me
Con;nue binary & complex compounds
Reading: C&N 89-102, 103-122
MSE 403G
Friday, January 31st, 2014
Symmetry
Examples of symmetry in simp
Ternary Phase Diagrams
For today
ConInue ternary phase diagrams
Work examples if Ime permits
For next )me
Worked examples on TPD and review for exam #1
Exam #1: Wednesday, February 19th
MSE 403G
Friday, Februa
Fundamentals for Ceramics
MSE 403G
Wednesday, January 22nd, 2014
Structure of an atom
con?nued
The solid shape of the electron orbital
is misleading, electron density varies.
If the symmetry inversed over the
center