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MET 455 - Materials Processing Lab.

Course Objectives

It is primarily targeted in this course to experimentally show the students the subject material they learned theoretically in courses such as materials science and basic principles of electrochemical corrosion, materials mechanical testing, plastic deformation, heat treatment, casting experiments etc. It is also the purpose of this course to direct the students’ knowledge to be exploited in the design and applications. Students will gain an understanding about the basic concepts of production processes and the relationships between the parameters and processes, and the correlation between structure, property, and performance of a given material, and ability to analyze the results. Moreover, oral and written communication skills of the students are intended to be improved by the conversations held before, during, and after the experiments for discussing the preparation of experiments and their results, and by preparing a formal written report.

Course Description

Basic principles of electrochemical corrosion and galvanic corrosion, Passivation and cathodic protection, Hardness-Impact-Erichsen tests of metallic materials, Tensile- Compression-Bending tests of metallic materials, Wear-Torsion tests of metallic materials, Stress relaxation-Fatigue-Creep tests of metallic materials, Heat treatment (Tempering, Hardening, Hardening capability, Jominy test), Casting experiments, Determination of humidity amount, Sieve analysis, CO2 sodium silicate method for die production

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Filiz Şahin
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