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MET 213 - Fundamental of Materials Science

Course Objectives

To improve students analytical thinking by focusing structure-property- process relations.
Learning basic materials science knowledge and based on this infrastructure recognizing the nowadays engineering materials and their basic production routes, understanding their microstructure and performance relations, selection and safety criteria and related engineering standards.
To encourage students to understand and experience disciplinary engineering in problem solving.

Course Description

A general introduction to materials science an emphasizing the importance of materials science for materials engineering
Basic classification of material
Atomic structure and bonding, bond types, crystal and amorphous structures, miller indices, directions and planes in crystalline structures.
Imperfections and defects.
Pure metal, alloy, solid solution concepts.
Mechanical properties of materials and control of microstructure and related engineering standards, introduction to phase diagrams and eutectic alloys.
Enhancing physical properties by various methods and heat treatments.
Materials production methods and nowadays engineering materials
Engineering materials in the perspective of ferrous alloys, non-ferrous alloys, ceramic, polymer and composites and emphasizing important materials. research topics for future materials.

Course Coordinator
Gültekin Göller
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