The objective of this course is to learn how to apply fundamental principles to the modern manufacturing processes. The course includes a detailed overview of science and technology of conventional materials processing and carries forward to various modern materials processing techniques.
Number of Hours
Mechanical Behaviour of Materials: Fundamentals and application of Plasticity, Yielding, Operations specially conditioned by friction, Flow instability, Drawability, Anisotropy.
Mechanical behaviour at higher temperature: Thermally activated processes, Dynamic recovery and recrystallization
Deformation processing: Mechanics of Metalworking, Deformation mechanism maps
Metal working procedures and principles
Powder Metallurgy and Ceramic processing
Coatings and Surface Engineering
Thin film processing, Semiconductor Manufacturing
Nanomaterials and Nanomanufacturing: Structural size and its importance, Bulk nanostructured materials by Severe Plastic Deformation (SPD), Unique features of SPD and properties, Nanostructured Materials Prepared by Solid State Processing, Properties, benefits and application of nanocrystalline microstructures in structural materials.
Fundamentals of Materials Science and Engineering, Mechanical Behaviour of Materials
Materials Science in Manufacturing by R. Asthana, A. Kumar and N. Dahotre Butterworh-Heinemann, Elsevier
Thermomechanical processing of Metallic materials by B. Verlinden, J. Driver, I. Samajdar, R.D. Doherty, Elsevier
Metal forming--mechanics and metallurgy by William F. Hosford, Robert M. Caddell Crafts & Hobbies
Powder Metallurgy Science by R. M. German, Metal Powder Industries Federation
Hot working guide by Y. V. R. K. Prasad, S. Sasidhara, American Society of Metals
Nanostructured materials: basic concepts and microstructureby H Gleiter, Acta Materialia, 2000 - Elsevier
Severe plastic deformation, by Burhanettin S. Altan, Nova
Mechanical Metallurgy, by G.E. Dieter
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