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MET 339E - Materials Characterization Lab

Course Objectives

It is primarily aimed in this course to show experimentally to the students the subject material they learned theoretically in courses such as materials science, metallography, analysis of factors that affect the X-ray diffraction pattern, powder materials, ceramics, 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

Metallographic sample preparation 1-2, Metallography of non-ferrous metals and worked materials, Metallography of iron based materials, and quantitative metallurgy, Analysis of factors that affect the X-ray diffraction pattern, Qualitative phase analysis with X-ray diffraction, NDT tests as liquid penetration, magnetic powder, ultrasonic and radiographic methods, Ceramic raw material preparation, Granulation, Plasticity determination, Semi-wet shaping, Sintering, Characterization of ceramics, Sample analysis with electron microscope.

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