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Course Name
Turkish Havacılık ve Uzay Malzemeleri
English Aerospace Materials
Course Code
UCK 217E Credit Lecture
Semester 1
3 3 - -
Course Language English
Course Coordinator Hülya Cebeci
Hülya Cebeci
Course Objectives This course gives an introduction to materials science and classification of atomic structures of the materials, crystal structures and imperfections, mechanical and physical properties of the engineering materials, solid-state diffusion, phase diagrams and solidification, ferrous / non-ferrous alloys and heat treatment, mechanical-electrical-thermal-magnetic properties associated with electron band structures of the materials, metallic corrosion and prevention from corrosion. Also aerospace materials such as metal alloys, super alloys, ceramics, composites and polymers will be introduced. Material selection and key points in aerospace material design will be studied with a case study.
Course Description 1. To teach chemical and physical basic sciences important to Material Science
2. To give an understanding on the importance of materials science for engineering applications
3. To teach the properties, structure and production processes of materials and to make the students understand the strong relations between them
4. To teach mechanic, thermal and electrical properties of materials and how to characterize them,
5. To introduce commonly used aerospace materials in industry such as metal alloys, ceramics, polymers and composites
6. To give an understanding on the material selection and design using material science knowledge
Course Outcomes The outcomes of the course is introduced in the syllabus
Pre-requisite(s) No Pre-requisite is required
Required Facilities No facilities required
Other None
Textbook Introduction to Materials Science for Engineers, James F. Shackelford
Material Science and Engineering: An Introduction, William D. Callister
Other References Introduction to Aerospace Materials, Adrian P. Mouritz
Mechanical Behavior of Materials, Norman E. Dowling
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