Materials Science II   [ARCHIVED CATALOG]
Graduate Catalog 2006-07
   

ME 5500 - Materials Science II


Advanced course in both metallic and non-metallic engineering materials, including commercial alloy systems, polymers, elastomers, composite materials, and ceramics. Mechanical and physical properties useful to design are related to composition, atomic structure, and manufacturing processes. Includes failure mechanisms of metals, ceramics, polymers, and composites.

Prerequisites/Corequisites: Prerequisites: ME 2200, ME 2320, (ME 2500 or AAE 2500) and ME 2570.

Credits 3 hrs.

Notes:
Open to Upperclass and Graduate Students.

Lecture Hours - Laboratory Hours
(3-0)



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