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MAK 214E - Engineering Materials

Course Objectives

1. To give students the background required to pursue further studies in materials processing, design and related engineering fields.
2. To develop an understanding of the differences between engineering materials through the application of laboratory experiments to determine their physical and mechanical behavior.
3. To introduce students the failure modes and the use of non-destructive testing techniques of engineering materials.

Course Description

1. Demonstrate through laboratory work, knowledge of physical and mechanical properties of materials including heat treatment and non-destructive testing.
2. Recognize and state the Iron-Cementite phase diagram sufficiently to visualize it in discussions of heat treatment of steels and cast irons.
3. Recognize the use of TTT diagrams in heat treatment of steels.
4. Describe the iron and steel making practice in industry.
5. Be familiar with the designations of metals and alloys used in USA, Germany and Turkey.
6. To familiarize the students with the English terminology used in materials science technology.
7. Select a non-ferrous metal or alloy for a specific application.
8. Select a steel or cast iron for a specific application by recognizing the relations between chemical composition, structure and mechanical properties.
9. Describe structures of polymers and their effects upon mechanical properties and production methods.
10. Describe structures of ceramic materials and their effects upon mechanical properties and production methods.
11. List the ways in which composites are strengthened and describe their production methods.
12. Recognize the types of material failures, including fatigue, creep and inelastic deformation.
13. Understand the philosophy behind the non-destructive testing and become familiar with NDT techniques.

Course Coordinator
Cengiz Tahir Bodur
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