Material Sciences

Course contents
  • - Atomic structure of crystalline materials
    - Chemical properties of metallic elements, atomic bonds
    - Crystalline structures, crystallographic planes
    - Crystallographic defects (0D, 1D, 2D, 3D)
    - Alloys
    - Substitutional and interstitial alloys
    - Phase diagrams (binary systems, ternary systems, real systems)
    - Precipitation hardening, eutectoid transformation
    - Diffusion, recrystallization, recovery, grain growth
    - Elasticity, plasticity, creep, relaxation, residual stresses, fatigue strength, Wöhler curve
    - Ferrous materials, processing, smelting, phase formation, iron-carbon diagram, steel, cast iron
    - Heat treatment processes: annealing, hardening, tempering,
    - Non-ferrous metals, aluminum, copper, titanium, nickel, magnesium, tin, zinc
    - Plastics, elastomers, duroplasts, thermoplasts
    - Chain molecules, networks, crystalline and amorphous molecular structure
    - Synthesis, polymerization
    - Energy elasticity, fracture behavior, viscosity, stress-strain behavior, ductility
    - Co-polymerization, plasticization
    - Ceramic materials, structures, microstructure, oxide and non-oxide ceramics, thermal barrier coatings
    - Composite materials, matrix materials, fiber composite materials, plastic, metal and ceramic matrix, particle composite materials, layered composite materials
    - Physical properties of materials, tribologic stress, wear, corrosion
    - Recycling and the economic significance of recycling
    - Standard material terminology
    - Destructive and nondestructive testing
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