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Course Name
Turkish Teknik Seramiklere Giriş
English Intro. to Technical Ceramics
Course Code
MET 476E Credit Lecture
Semester 8
2 2 - -
Course Language English
Course Coordinator Filiz Şahin
Course Objectives 1. To provide metallurgy and materials engineering students’ fundamental engineering knowledge and skill, by teaching properties of traditional ceramic materials and technical ceramics,
2. To provide the knowledge of technical ceramic production processes and sintering theory, the interaction starting materials properties, production processing, sintering parameters, on microstructure and properties of technical ceramics .
3. To give ability to apply knowledge of technical ceramics on engineering problems.
Course Description Ceramic materials description, technical ceramics description, classification of ceramic materials, main difference of technical ceramics from traditional ceramics, production process of ceramic materials, raw material preparations, forming, sintering, classification of technical ceramics in accordance with chemical composition, oxides; Al2O3, MgO, ZrO2, Carbides; SiC, B4C, WC, TiC, Nitrides; AlN, Si3N4, Sialons.
Course Outcomes Students who pass the course will be able to:
1.Understand main properties of ceramics materials, classification of ceramic materials, properties of traditional ceramics, definition of technical ceramics, and properties of technical ceramics, difference between traditional and technical ceramics,
2. Understand classification of technical ceramics in accordance with chemical composition, main properties of these ceramics.
3. Know about ceramic materials processing; raw materials preparations, shape forming, sintering.
4. Understand properties, processing and application areas of oxide ceramics, carbides and nitrides.
Pre-requisite(s) non
Required Facilities
Textbook Carbides, Nitrides and Boride Materials Synthesis and Processing, Alan W.Wiemer, Champman &Hill, ISBN 0 412 5406006, 1992.
Ceramic Materials, Processes, Properties and Applications, P. Boch, J.C.Niepce ISTE 2007,
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