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California State University, Chico
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Mech 210 - Materials Science/Engineering

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California State University Chico MECH 210 Materials Science and Engineering Fall Semester 2014 Instructors Dr Joseph Greene OCNL 419A Phone 530 898 4977 jpgreene csuchico edu Office hours M W 11 00 11 50 A M Lab Dr Webster Johnson OCNL 304 530 898 5579 wrjohnson csuchico edu Office hours T R 12 12 50 P M T 4 4 50 P M F 10 10 50 AM F 1 1 50 P M Lab Dr Ramesh Varahamurti OCNL 418 530 898 6353 RVarahamurti csuchico edu Office hours M 9 9 50 A M T 3 30 4 20 P M W 9 9 50 A M R 9 10 50 A M Prerequisites PHYS 204A Mechanics CHEM 111 General Chemistry or equivalents Class Times Lecture Activity GLNN 212 Laboratory OCNL 130 Textbooks MWF 10 10 50 AM Section 02 M 2 3 50 PM Section 05 T 2 3 50 PM Section 08 W 2 3 50 PM 1 Lecture W Smith and J Hashemi Foundations of Materials Science and Engineering McGraw Hill New York NY ISBN 978 0 07 352924 0 5h Edition 2010 2 Lab Materials Science and Engineering Laboratory C Hsu California State University Chico 2013 Available as pdf on BlackBoard Learn Course Description Study of the structure processing properties performance and applications common engineering materials including metals polymers and composites Applied knowledge of material properties as engineering design parameters Advanced manufacturing processes including micro fabrication are discussed Course Goal Provide students a thorough study of metals and polymer materials material properties and testing methods Student Learning Outcomes Upon successful completion of this course students will be able to 1 Understand crystal structures and microstructures of metals and molecular structure of polymers 2 Understand the microstructural imperfections and their effects on properties of metals and polymers 3 Understand Fick s Law and diffusion for steady and non steady state cases 4 Understand Elastic and plastic deformation in metals 5 Understand fracture mechanics in metals 6 Understand the relationship between cold working and hardness and tensile strength 7 Understand the



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