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1Lecture 01: Classification and applications of non-metallic materialsDownload
2Lecture 02: Understanding on polymer structuresDownload
3Lecture 03: Characteristics of polymers and advanced polymeric materialsDownload
4Lecture 04:Processing of polymersDownload
5Lecture 05: Polymer composites and issues related to recyclingDownload
6Lecture 06: Defects in crystalline materials:point,line,planar and three dimensional defectsDownload
7Lecture 07: Non- stoichiometry in non - metallic materialsDownload
8Lecture 08: Laws of thermodynamics ,reaction kineticsDownload
9Lecture 09: Laws of thermodynamics, reaction kinetics (Part – 2 )Download
10Lecture 10: Phase diagram and microstructure evolution in non – metallic materialsDownload
11Lecture 11: Carbonaceous materialsDownload
12Lecture 12: Fundamental of diffusion, Fick’s laws, their solution and applications (Part – 1)Download
13Lecture 13: Fundamental of diffusion, Fick’s laws, their solution and applications (Part – 2 )Download
14Lecture 14: Phase transformation of non – metallic materialsDownload
15Lecture 15: Introduction to glass and amorphous solidsDownload
16Lecture 16: Understanding on conventional glass and amorphous solidsDownload
17Lecture 17: "Glass -ceramics and specialty glasses "Download
18Lecture 18: Mechanical properties of non – metallic materials, stress – strain response, elastic, and plastic deformation"Download
19Lecture 19 "Brittle and ductile materials, introduction to fracture mechanics, strength of brittle materials"Download
20Lecture 20: Strengthening of materials, fatigue, and creepDownload
21Lecture 21: Composite materials: Particle – reinforced composites, and fiber reinforced composites"Download
22Lecture 22: Structural CompositeDownload
23Lecture 23: Dielectric and piezoelectric behavior.Download
24Lecture 24: Ferroelectric Behaviour of Non - Metallic Materials and Ferroelectric thin film for Non - Volatile Memory ApplicationsDownload
25Lecture 25: Magnetic Properties : Origin of Magnetism, Para, Dia, Ferro, and Ferrimagnetism Download
26Lecture 26: Ceramic Magnets and their ApplicationsDownload
27Lecture 27: Thermal Properties : Specific Heat, Heat Conduction, Thermal Diffusivity, Thermal expansionDownload
28Lecture 28: Thermoelectric Effect and Magnetocaloric EffectDownload
29Lecture 29: Optical properties: Refractive index, absorption and transmission of electromagnetic radiation, LASERSDownload
30Lecture 30: " Introduction to electrochemistry, Galvanic cells, Cell potentials and Gibbs Energy, Concentration dependence"Download
31Lecture 31: Electrochemical storage, rechargeable batteriesDownload
32Lecture 32: Introduction to electrochemical methods; cyclic voltammetry and other related techniquesDownload
33Lecture 33: Fuel Cell and Energy harvestingDownload
34Lecture 34: Preparation of ceramic powders: auto – combustion, sol – gel synthesis, microwave assisted hydrothermal synthesis"Download
35Lecture 35: Introduction to sintering, sintering mechanismDownload
36Lecture 36: Solid-state sintering and microstructure developmentDownload
37Lecture 37: "Solid-state sintering and microstructure development (continued) "Download
38Lecture 38: "Liquid phase sintering and microstructure development, speciality sintering, reactive sintering "Download
39Lecture 39: Processing of glass and amorphous/non – crystalline solidsDownload
40Lecture 40: Fundamental of thin film growth, growth mechanism and kineticsDownload
41Lecture 41: Thin film growth techniques, thermal evaporation, CVD, sputtering, CSDDownload
42Lecture 42: Fundamentals and processing of conducting and semiconducting ceramic devicesDownload
43Lecture 43: Processing of ceramics devicesDownload
44Lecture 44: Organic electronic materials: conducting polymers, semi – conducting organic materials, applicationsDownload
45Lecture 45: Thermal analysesDownload
46Lecture 46: Introduction of spectroscopic technique : UV – VIS spectroscopyDownload
47Lecture 47: Infra-red and Raman spectroscopyDownload
48Lecture 48: Optical and scanning electron microscopyDownload
49Lecture 49: X-ray photoelectron spectroscopyDownload
50Lecture 50: Measurement of mechanical properties, fracture toughness, MOR, hardnessDownload
51Lecture 51: Ferroelectric thin film: synthesis and characterizationDownload
52Lecture 52: "Thermal analysis techniques: Differential scanning calorimetry and thermogravimetry "Download
53Lecture 53: Measurement of optical propertiesDownload
54Lecture 54: Novel ferroic composites: Synthesis and measurement Download
55Lecture 55: Fundamentals of corrosion, corrosion of materialsDownload
56Lecture 56 Oxidation, corrosion of ceramic materials, degradation of polymers: swelling and dissolution, bond rupture, weatheringDownload
57Lecture 57: Ceramics in biology and medicineDownload
58Lecture 58: Design of CeramicsDownload
59Lecture 59: Finishing of CeramicsDownload
60Lecture 60: Fly – ash based glazed wall tiles: A case studyDownload

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1Lecture 01: Classification and applications of non-metallic materialsDownload
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2Lecture 02: Understanding on polymer structuresDownload
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3Lecture 03: Characteristics of polymers and advanced polymeric materialsDownload
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4Lecture 04:Processing of polymersDownload
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5Lecture 05: Polymer composites and issues related to recyclingDownload
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6Lecture 06: Defects in crystalline materials:point,line,planar and three dimensional defectsDownload
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7Lecture 07: Non- stoichiometry in non - metallic materialsDownload
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8Lecture 08: Laws of thermodynamics ,reaction kineticsDownload
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9Lecture 09: Laws of thermodynamics, reaction kinetics (Part – 2 )Download
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10Lecture 10: Phase diagram and microstructure evolution in non – metallic materialsDownload
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11Lecture 11: Carbonaceous materialsDownload
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12Lecture 12: Fundamental of diffusion, Fick’s laws, their solution and applications (Part – 1)Download
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13Lecture 13: Fundamental of diffusion, Fick’s laws, their solution and applications (Part – 2 )Download
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14Lecture 14: Phase transformation of non – metallic materialsDownload
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15Lecture 15: Introduction to glass and amorphous solidsDownload
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16Lecture 16: Understanding on conventional glass and amorphous solidsDownload
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17Lecture 17: "Glass -ceramics and specialty glasses "Download
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18Lecture 18: Mechanical properties of non – metallic materials, stress – strain response, elastic, and plastic deformation"Download
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19Lecture 19 "Brittle and ductile materials, introduction to fracture mechanics, strength of brittle materials"Download
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20Lecture 20: Strengthening of materials, fatigue, and creepDownload
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21Lecture 21: Composite materials: Particle – reinforced composites, and fiber reinforced composites"Download
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22Lecture 22: Structural CompositeDownload
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23Lecture 23: Dielectric and piezoelectric behavior.Download
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24Lecture 24: Ferroelectric Behaviour of Non - Metallic Materials and Ferroelectric thin film for Non - Volatile Memory ApplicationsDownload
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25Lecture 25: Magnetic Properties : Origin of Magnetism, Para, Dia, Ferro, and Ferrimagnetism Download
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26Lecture 26: Ceramic Magnets and their ApplicationsDownload
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27Lecture 27: Thermal Properties : Specific Heat, Heat Conduction, Thermal Diffusivity, Thermal expansionDownload
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28Lecture 28: Thermoelectric Effect and Magnetocaloric EffectDownload
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29Lecture 29: Optical properties: Refractive index, absorption and transmission of electromagnetic radiation, LASERSDownload
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30Lecture 30: " Introduction to electrochemistry, Galvanic cells, Cell potentials and Gibbs Energy, Concentration dependence"Download
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31Lecture 31: Electrochemical storage, rechargeable batteriesDownload
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32Lecture 32: Introduction to electrochemical methods; cyclic voltammetry and other related techniquesDownload
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33Lecture 33: Fuel Cell and Energy harvestingDownload
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34Lecture 34: Preparation of ceramic powders: auto – combustion, sol – gel synthesis, microwave assisted hydrothermal synthesis"PDF unavailable
35Lecture 35: Introduction to sintering, sintering mechanismPDF unavailable
36Lecture 36: Solid-state sintering and microstructure developmentPDF unavailable
37Lecture 37: "Solid-state sintering and microstructure development (continued) "PDF unavailable
38Lecture 38: "Liquid phase sintering and microstructure development, speciality sintering, reactive sintering "PDF unavailable
39Lecture 39: Processing of glass and amorphous/non – crystalline solidsPDF unavailable
40Lecture 40: Fundamental of thin film growth, growth mechanism and kineticsPDF unavailable
41Lecture 41: Thin film growth techniques, thermal evaporation, CVD, sputtering, CSDPDF unavailable
42Lecture 42: Fundamentals and processing of conducting and semiconducting ceramic devicesPDF unavailable
43Lecture 43: Processing of ceramics devicesPDF unavailable
44Lecture 44: Organic electronic materials: conducting polymers, semi – conducting organic materials, applicationsPDF unavailable
45Lecture 45: Thermal analysesPDF unavailable
46Lecture 46: Introduction of spectroscopic technique : UV – VIS spectroscopyPDF unavailable
47Lecture 47: Infra-red and Raman spectroscopyPDF unavailable
48Lecture 48: Optical and scanning electron microscopyPDF unavailable
49Lecture 49: X-ray photoelectron spectroscopyPDF unavailable
50Lecture 50: Measurement of mechanical properties, fracture toughness, MOR, hardnessPDF unavailable
51Lecture 51: Ferroelectric thin film: synthesis and characterizationPDF unavailable
52Lecture 52: "Thermal analysis techniques: Differential scanning calorimetry and thermogravimetry "PDF unavailable
53Lecture 53: Measurement of optical propertiesPDF unavailable
54Lecture 54: Novel ferroic composites: Synthesis and measurement PDF unavailable
55Lecture 55: Fundamentals of corrosion, corrosion of materialsPDF unavailable
56Lecture 56 Oxidation, corrosion of ceramic materials, degradation of polymers: swelling and dissolution, bond rupture, weatheringPDF unavailable
57Lecture 57: Ceramics in biology and medicinePDF unavailable
58Lecture 58: Design of CeramicsPDF unavailable
59Lecture 59: Finishing of CeramicsPDF unavailable
60Lecture 60: Fly – ash based glazed wall tiles: A case studyPDF unavailable


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