• Principles of Materials Processing: Course Information
    • School of Materials Science & Engineering
    • Credit. 5
    • MT321
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    • CURRENT
    • Spring , 2015
    • 955
    • Course Description:
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    • This Course is a compulsory subject fundamental course for the undergraduate students in the Materials Science and Engineering program. It teaches the basic principles and knowledge on the subjects of liquid solidification and casting, plastic processing and forming of solid materials, and solid state phase transformations and heat treatment of metals. It provides an opportunity for students to learn systematically and master the fundamental theoretical knowledge of materials science principles related to microstructural evolution and shape formation during the process of making metallic products by liquid casting, plastic forming and solid state phase transformations. It also involves the application of the fundamental theoretical knowledge to the industrial production practice. The course emphasizes on improving the students’ ability to solve practical problems, and raising the students interests and scientific ability in conducting research and development of new materials and new m
    • Course Syllabus:
    • After completing the course, students should:
      1. Learn about the micro-structural evolutions that occur during solidification processing, plastic forming and solid state phase transformations of metallic materials.
      2. Master the fundamental scientific principles underlying the microstructural evolutions in solidification processing, plastic forming and heat treatments of metallic materials and the basic relationships between processing conditions and microstructures.
      3. Master the basic mechanics principles and the basic stress-strain relationships underlying the plastic forming of metallic materials.
      4. Learn about the microstructural evolutions during solidification processing, plastic forming and heat treatments of non-metallic inorganic materials and polymers.
      5. Master the basic elements of applying fundamental theoretical knowledge to related industrial production practice.
      6. Improve the abilities of applying theoretical knowledge in analyzing related engineering problem
    • Schedule:
    • After completing the course, students should:
      1. Learn about the micro-structural evolutions that occur during solidification processing, plastic forming and solid state phase transformations of metallic materials.
      2. Master the fundamental scientific principles underlying the microstructural evolutions in solidification processing, plastic forming and heat treatments of metallic materials and the basic relationships between processing conditions and microstructures.
      3. Master the basic mech
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    • Zhang Deliang
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    • zhangdeliang@sjtu.edu.cn
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    • Prof. Deliang Zhang got his BE degree in materials engineering from Northeastern University of Technology (currently Northeastern University), China (1985), and DPhil degree in metallurgy and materials science from the University of Oxford, UK (1991), and has work experiences at Carnegie Mellon University, USA, University of Queensland, Australia, North Carolina State University, USA, and the University of Waikato, New Zealand. He was selected into the “Qianren Plan” of China in 2010, and now works at the School of Materials Science and Engineer, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China, as a Chair Professor, and leads the advanced powder metallurgy materials and technology research laboratory. He has been the author or co-author of more than 210 research papers published in international journals and conference proceedings.
    • Chen Ke
    • Associate Professor
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    • chenke83@sjtu.edu.cn
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    • Associate Professor Ke Chen received his Ph.D. degree in Materials Science and Engineering from The Ohio State University in 2009. His undergraduate education was received at Hefei University of Technology, in Hefei, Anhui Province, China in 2005. From October to December in 2009, he was with Research and Development Division of Hitachi America, Ltd., Farmington Hills, Michigan. Since January 2010, he has been with Shanghai Jiao Tong University, where he is currently Associate Professor of the School of Materials Science and Engineering. He is now also serving as a member in the Electron Backscatter Diffraction Committee, Chinese Electron Microscopy Society. Dr. Ke Chen’s current research interests related to two aspects. One is in friction stir welding/processing (FSW/P). Current efforts involve the development of friction stir welding of dissimilar materials and in situ composite synthesis via friction stir processing for increased strength and thermal stability. The other one is in
    • Lu Bin
    • Associate Professor
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    • binlu@sjtu.edu.cn
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    • Dr Lu graduated from Peking University, China with two degrees in Theoretical & Applied Mechanics and Economics. He obtained his MSc degree in Manufacturing System Engineering with distinction and finished his PhD in Mechanical Engineering in the Queen’s University of Belfast, UK. In 2009, he was appointed as an Assistant Professor in Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China and was promoted as an Associate Professor in 2012.
      Dr Lu’s major research field is in advance manufacturing technologies, in particular, developing metal forming processes by innovative design of machine systems and tools as well as carrying out analytical and numerical simulations. His work focuses on developing an in-depth understanding of the material deformation behaviour in forming process and to creating advance forming processes which reducing the cost and improving energy efficiency. His current research focuses on flexible forming processes using alternative energy sources such as water jet and laser.
  • Prerequisite Course:

    Fundamentals of Materials Science,Engineering Mechanics

  • Textbooks:

    1. Principles of Solidification, An Introduction to Modern Casting and Crystal Growth Concepts, Mart
  • Grading:

    20% / Test (Three tests, one test for each part, 50 minutes long, to be taken during lecturing times)
    30%/ Assignments (Three assignments, one assignment for each part, the assignment questions will be open questions, and will require students to utilise the knowledge and principles learnt to do an
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