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Course Name
Turkish Malzeme Bilimi
English Materials Science
Course Code
MAL 201 Credit Lecture
(hour/week)
Recitation
(hour/week)
Laboratory
(hour/week)
Semester 3
3 3 - -
Course Language Turkish
Course Coordinator Duygu Ağaoğulları
Duygu Ağaoğulları
Course Objectives 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 give an understanding on the material selection and design using material science knowledge
Course Description 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. Electrical, optical, thermal and magnetic properties associated with electron band structures of the materials. Metallic corrosion and prevention from corrosion.
Course Outcomes Student, who passed the course satisfactorily is expected to:
1.Understand the relations between the chemical composition, atomic bonding and the properties of materials
2.Understand the ordered and disordered crystal structures and the differences between them and define Bravais lattices and Miller indices
3.Understand the effects of crystal defects on material properties and the test methods for the determination of mechanical properties.
4.Understand the diffusion concept and laws and its effects on material properties.
5.Understand the importance of phase concept and phase diagrams, and use them
6.Classify ferrous and non-ferrous alloy systems and understand the properties of polymeric and ceramic materials.
7.Understand the strengthening mechanisms of materials, phase transformations and heat treatments
8.Understand electronic and electrical, thermal and magnetic properties of materials and interrelate them with the structure
9.Understand the importance of corrosion and prevention methods
Pre-requisite(s) NONE
Required Facilities
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Textbook 1. William D. Callister & David G. Rethwisch, Fundamentals Of Materials Science And Engineering: An Integrated Approach, Wiley; 4th Edition (May 22, 2012); ISBN 10: 9781118061602.
2. D. R. Askeland, 1994, The Science and Engineering of Materials, PWS Pub. Co., ISBN:0534934234.
3. W. D. Callister Jr., 2003, Materials Science and Engineering An Introduction, John Wiley & Sons, ISBN:978047113576.
4. J. F. Shackelford, 1999, Introduction to Materials Science for Engineers, McMillan Pub. Co., ISBN:978013011287
5. B. S. Mitchell, 2004, An Introduction to Materials Engineering and Science for, John Wiley & Sons, ISBN:0471436232.
6. W. F. Smith, 1996, Principles of Materials Science and Engineering, McGrawHill, ISBN:007100291.
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