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University of Ontario Institute of Technology Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science MANE 2220U/ENGR 2220U: Structure & Properties of Materials COURSE OUTLINE - Fall 2013 Course Objectives The main objective of the course is to introduce the fundamental concepts about structure and properties of materials. After completing the course successfully you will be able to:  Distinguish the basic characteristics of different material groups such as metal, polymers, ceramics, composites, semiconduc
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  University of Ontario Institute of TechnologyFaculty of Engineering and Applied ScienceMANE 2220UEN! 2220U# Structure $ %roperties of Materials &OU SE OUT'INE ( Fall 20)*&ourse O+,ectives The main objective of the course is to introduce the fundamental concepts about structure and  properties of materials. After completing the course successfully you will be able to: ã Distinguish the basic characteristics of different material groups such as metal, polymers, ceramics, composites, semiconductors, biomaterials, etc. ã Briefly describe the atomic structure and explain the ionic, covalent, metallic, and secondary bonds ã Describe the different crystal structures and their unit cells ã nderstand how the defect and dislocations in crystal structures affect the properties ã Describe the role that diffusion plays in changing material properties ã Determine how structures dictate the properties ã Describe the mechanical tests for different properties and the deformation, strengthening and hardening behaviours of materials. ã nderstand the phase diagram for metallic systems, the !inetics of phase transformations ã Determine how processing can change structure ã Describe metal alloy types, their properties and applications ã Describe the ceramic types, their structures, properties and applications ã Describe the polymer types, their structures, properties and applications &ourse Outco-es This course will help you to: ã nderstand structures and properties of materials and thereby help in their proper usage. ã eali#e new design opportunities by using the vast array of newly developed materials. %rere.uisites $%&' ()**: $hemistry for &ngineers. +r $%&' (**: $hemistry -- &ourse Organi/ation Three lecture hours  x )* minutes/ per wee! for one semester. e.uired &ourse Tets and Other Materials 'aterials 0cience and &ngineering: An -ntroduction, William D. Callister, Jr.  ) th  &dition, 1ohn2iley3 0ons, -nc. eference 1oos and Infor-ation Sources  Foundations of Materials Science and Engineering  2. 4. 0mith 3 1. %ashemi, 5 th edition, 'c6raw %ill *(*/  Engineering Materials: Properties and Selection 7. 6. Budins!i, 3 '. 7. Budins!i, 8 th  edition, 9rentice %all *(*/  Materials Science for Engineers 1. 4. 0hac!elford,  th  edition, 9earson 9rentice %all ***/ &ourse Evaluation ;ui##es x *.5 mar!s <='aster ;ui# ) =Assignments(> ='idterm &xam * =4inal &xam55 = Note : (/&ach student '0T present his?her +-T student -D during mid@term and final exams, failureto do so will lead to failing the course./'issing the midterm or final exam will result in a #ero mar! for that exam. -f a student misses the exam due to a medical emergency and proper notification and documents are submitted, the mar!s may be adjusted in the final exam mar!s or an oral ma!eup exam may be administered, 3etailed &ourse &ontent 0tructure and 9roperties of 'aterials. Atomic structure and atomic bonding in solids, structure of crystalline solids, solidification and defects, alloys and phase diagrams, mechanical properties of metals and alloys, semiconductors, organics, polymers, crystalline ceramics, glass and fibre optics,composites, biomaterials, magnetic materials. < cr, < lec. 9rereuisite: $%&' ()** or $%&' (**.DateTopics covered$hapters2! ( -ntroduction: 'etals, plastics, ceramics, compositesAnd advanced materials(2! Atomic 0tructure and Atomic Bonding , <0tructure of $rystalline 0olids, 'etals <2! <-mperfections in 0olids >-mperfections in 0olids>2! >Diffusion in 0olids5Diffusion in 0olids52! 5Diffusion in 0olids, 'echanical 9roperties of 'aterials 'echanical 9roperties of 'aterials 2! 'echanical 9roperties of 'aterials Dislocations 3 0trengthening 'echanisms 4 2!  ecovery, e@crystalli#ation, 6rain 6rowth9hase DiagramsC82! ) Midter- Ea- 205 63ate to +e confir-ed7 9hase DiagramsC 82! 89hase Diagrams 3 7inetics of 9hase Transformations in 'etals8, (*7inetics of 9hase Transformations in 'etals (*2! (*9hase Transformations in 'etals, 'etallic alloys(*, ((  0tructure of $rystalline 0olids: $eramics(2! (($haracteristics, 9rocessing and Application of $eramics(, (<0tructure of $rystalline 0olids: 9olymers(>2! ($haracteristics, 9rocessing and Application of 9olymers(>, (5$haracteristics, 9rocessing and Application of 9olymers(52! (<$omposites($omposites and advanced materials(2! (> eview 'a+oratories There is no lab wor! in this course Tutorials There are no tutorials in this course &o-puter Eperience 9artial lecture slides will be posted on course websites. Discussion board will be setup to discuss course related problems. +nline ;ui##es and computer simulations will be used to reinforce the lecture. &ourse &ontent 1reado8n following categories defined by the $anadian &ngineering Accreditation Boards Accreditation$riteria and 9rocedures report, available at http:?? /'athematics: *=Basic 0cience: 8*=&ngineering 0cience: (*=&ngineering Design: *=$omplementary 0tudies: *=Total: (**=  SOME IM%O TANT !ENE A' INFO MATION OF E'E9AN&E TO T:E &OU SEAcade-ic Integrity and &onduct +-T is committed to the fundamental values of preserving academic integrity as defined in +-T policies and contained in the +-T $alendar. 0tudents should familiari#e themselves with +-Ts  policies and statements in this area. 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