Course
code IM515E
credit_hours 3
title Selection of Engineering Materials
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prequisites 126 Credit Hours
credit hours 3
Describtion/Outcomes The course helps students develop problem-solving abilities for materials evaluation and selection, materials processes selection, failure analysis, and materials testing. The course includes the study of the basis for material selection in the design of engineering systems; materials design parameters, and classes of materials. A set of case studies in material�s selections are given throughout the course to develop the materials selection knowledge and skills of the students.
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objectives Upon completion of this course the student will be able to: Understand the relationships between the various stages of design and optimization and the mechanics of materials Apply systematic procedures to make a rational choice in selecting a material or process. Select a process or material, which best matches the requirements of a design. Select materials from broad information sources on materials properties through the use of charts, materials indices, available software, and other sources.
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ref. books Ken Budinski and Michael K. Budinski, �Engineering Materials: Properties and Selection�, Prentice Hall.
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textbook
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Course Content
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1 The Role of Materials and Design in Industrial Enterprise. Performance of Materials in Service. Fundamentals of Materials Selection. Environmental Degradation. Case Study on the Selection of Materials Liable to Environmental Degradation. Selection of Materials to Resist Failure. Case Study on the Selection of Materials to Resist Failure. Effect of Material Properties on Design. Effect of Manufacturing Processes on Design. Case Study on the Effect of Material Properties and Manufacturing Processes on Design. Economics of Materials and Processes. Case Study on the Economics of Materials and Processes. Selection of Materials based on Aesthetics and Forces for Change. The Materials Selection Process. Case Study on the Materials Selection Process. Final Exam.
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