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Course Name
Turkish Müh.Uyg.Demir&Çelik Esas.Malz.
English Iron&Steel Mat.in Eng. App
Course Code
MET 444 Credit Lecture
Semester 8
2 - - -
Course Language Turkish
Course Coordinator Cevat Fahir Arısoy
Course Objectives 1. Make students gain the standard concept at engineering materials
2. Make students gain the knowledge of designing iron and steel materials which are engineering materials according to requirements
3. Make students obtain the qualifications to solve the engineering problems
4. Make students comprehend the concept of quality
5. Make students consider relations between quality of the product and manufacturing processes
Course Description Introduction, General definitions. Principles of production and alloying practice of iron and steel materials. Influence of alloying elements on properties of iron and steel materials. The classification of iron and steel materials. Iron and steel materials norms at the national and international standards. Steel materials for engineering applications. Structural steels, heat-treatable and surface-hardening steels for vehicle and machine construction, spring steels, free cutting steels, low alloy high strength steels (micro alloyed steels), steel sheets and strips for pipes, vessel and automotive body, stainless steels and heat resisting steels, tool and mould steels, ultra high-strength steels, armour steels and special – purpose steels. Cast irons for engineering applications. Selection criteria of iron and steel materials for engineering applications.
Course Outcomes Students who pass the course are expected to
1. Understand the standard concept of engineering materials.
2. Design the steel and the cast iron which are engineering materials according to requirements.
3. Understand the solutions to the engineering problems.
4. Improve the quality of engineering materials.
5. Gain the ability to consider and comprehend the relationships between the production processes and the quality of the product.
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Textbook Lecture notes
Other References 1. Ferrous Physical Metallurgy; Anil Kumar Sinha; Butterworth Publications, 1989.
2. Modern Blast Furnace Ironmaking an Introduction, Maarten Geerdes, Hisko Toxopeus, Cor van der Vliet, 2009
3. Steel: A Handbook for Materials Research and Engineering, Volume 1: Fundamentals, Volume 2: Applications; the German Iron and Steel Institute, P.O. Box 105164D-4000 Dusseldorf 1, 1992
1. ASM Handbook, Volume 1, Properties and Selection: Irons. Steels, and High Performance Alloys, Metals Handbook 10th Edition/Prepared under the direction of the ASM International Handbook Committee, ASM Handbook 2005 USA.
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