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Historical perspective, scope of materials science and engineering.
 
Atomic structure and interatomic bonding.

Lattices, basic idea of symmetry.

Bravais lattices, unit cells, crystal structures, crystal planes and directions, co-ordination number.

Single crystals, polycrystalline, non-crystalline, nano crystalline materials.

Imperfections in solids: point defects, line defects, surface defects.

Solid solutions, phases, phase diagrams. Diffusion phenomenon, phase transformations.
Strengthening mechanisms.

Classification of materials, properties of materials.

Structure, properties and applications of different metals and alloys, ceramics and polymers.

S.No

Lecture Titles

Hours

1

Historical perspective

3 hrs

2

Scope of Materials Science and engineering

1 hr

3

Atomic structure and interatomic bonding

4 hrs

4

Lattices, basic idea of symmetry

3 hrs

5

Bravais lattices, unit cells, crystal structures, crystal planes and directions, co-ordination number.

5 hrs

6

Single crystals, polycrystalline, non-crystalline, nano crystalline materials

3 hrs

7

Imperfections in solids: point defects, line defects, surface defects

4 hrs

8

Solid solutions

2 hrs

9

Phases, phase diagrams

4 hrs

10

Diffusion phenomenon

2 hrs

11

Phase transformations

3 hrs

12

Strengthening mechanisms

2 hrs

13

Classification of materials, properties of materials

2 hrs

14

Structure, properties and applications of different metals and alloys,ceramics and polymers

2 hrs

Total

40 hrs

  1. Physics, Chemistry, Maths, Elementary knowledge of Materials engineering.


  1. Materials Science and Engineering, an Introduction, William D. Callister. John Willey and Sons Inc. Singapore.

  2. Physical Metallurgy: Principle and Practice, V. Raghavan. Prentice Hall India Pvt Ltd.


  1. http://neon.mems.cmu.edu/cramb/Processing/history.html

  2. http://users.encs.concordia.ca/~woodadam/MECH221/ Course_Notes/Crystal%20directions%20and%20planes.pdf

  3. http://www.tulane.edu/~sanelson/eens211/introsymmetry.htm


  1. Mechanical Metallurgy, George E Dieter. Mcgraw Hill, London.


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