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|MSE 60000 - Materials Engineering Fundamentals|
Credit Hours: 3.00. Fundamental relationships between the internal structure, properties and processing in all classes of engineering materials. Comprehensive coverage spanning physical, chemical, thermal, mechanical, electrical, magnetic, and optical responses. The course is intended for materials researchers from all backgrounds, as well as engineers working in product design, development and manufacturing who seek a deeper understanding of the full spectrum of engineering materials. Typically offered Fall.
3.000 Credit hours
Levels: Graduate, Professional, Undergraduate
Schedule Types: Distance Learning, Lecture
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Offered By: School of Materials Engr
Department: Materials Engineering
May be offered at any of the following campuses:
West Lafayette Continuing Ed
Learning Outcomes: 1. Perform calculations to quantify material properties and microstructural characteristics. Example: Calculate the interplanar spacing of a family of atomic planes given a x-ray diffraction pattern. 2. Recognize the effect of composition and microstructure on material properties. Example: The effect of dislocation density on yield strength and electrical conductivity. 3. Take information from a known situation and apply it to a new situation. Example: Effect of temperature and applied stress on the peak positions in a XRD pattern. 4. Predict property response or microstructural changes based on imposed conditions. Example: Effects of temperature and alloying on the resistivity of metals. 5. Assess the interplay of two or more material properties. Example: Assess the effect of atomic bond strength on Young's modulus, coefficient of thermal expansion and melting temperature.
Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels:
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