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    • School of Mechanical Engineering
    • Credit. 3
    • ME345
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    • Spring , 2015
    • 1139
    • Course Description:
    • ( Exchange Programme )
    • Introductory course to engineering materials and processing. Properties (mechanical, thermal and electrical) of metals, polymers, ceramics materials. Correlations of these properties with: (1) their internal structures (atomic structure, bonding, crystal structure, micro-and macro); (2) service conditions (mechanical, thermal); and (3) processing
    • Course Syllabus:
    • 1.Introduction
      2.Atomic bonding
      3.Structure,Directions, & Planes
      4.Defects
      5.Diffusion
      6.Mechanical Properties
      7.Plastic Deformation and Strengthening & hardening
      8.Fracture,Fatigue ,creep
      9.Phase Diagrams Phase Diagrams-steel
      10.Phase Transformations
      11.Alloy, Heat treatment
      12.Experiment
      13.Ceramics
      14.Polymers
      15.Composites
    • Schedule:
    • lecture Topic Reading
      1 Introduction 1
      2 Atomic bonding 2, 19.3
      3 Structure 3.1-3.7
      4 Directions, & Planes 3.8-3.12
      5 Directions, & Planes 3.13-3.15
      6 defects 4.1-4.8
      7 Diffusion 5.1-5.3
      8 Diffusion 5.4-5.7
      9 In class problems
      10 Quiz#1
      11 Mechanical Properties 6.1-6.6
      12 Mechanical properties-elastic 6.7-6.12
      13 Mechanical properties-plastic 6.7-6.12
      14 In class problems
      15 Plastic Deformation 7.1-7.7
      16 Strengthening & hardening 7.8-7.10
      17 Strengthening & hardening 7.11-7.13
      18 In class problems
      19 Fracture 8.1-8.6
      20 Fatigue, 8.7-8.11
      21 Creep 8.12-8.15
      22 Review session
      23-24 Exam #1 Covering chap1-8
      25 Phase Diagrams 9.1-9.7
      26 Phase Diagrams 9.7-9.10
      27 Phase Diagrams 9.11-9.17
      28 Phase Diagrams-steel 9.18-9.20
      29 Review session
      30 In class problems
      31 Phase Transformations 10.1-10.4,
      32 Phase Transformations 10.5
      33 Phase Transformations 10.6-10.9
      34 In class problems
      35 Alloy 11.1-11.7
      36 Alloy, Heat treatment 11.8-11.9
      37 Experiment
      38 Experiment
      39 Review session
      40 Quiz#2
      41 Ceramics 12.1-12.7
      42 Ceramics 12.8-12.11
      43 Ceramics 13.1-13.12
      44 Polymers-mechanic properties 14.1-14.14
      45 Polymers 15.1-15.6
      46 polymers 15.7-15.14
      47-48 Exam #2
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  • Prerequisite Course:

    Mechanics of Materials

  • Textbooks:

    Materials Science and Engineering:, W.D. Callister, Jr. and D.G. Rethwisch, 8th edition, SI version John Wiley and Sons, Inc. (2010).
  • Grading:

    1. Weekly homework.
    2. Period announced quizzes.
    3. One midterm and one final exam
    Homework:20%;Quizzes:10%;Midterm:35%;Final exam:35%.
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