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Pharos University in Alexandria Faculty of Engineering. Petrochemical Department. Material Science (Code: PE 217 ). Prepared by: Dr. Ehssan Nassef. Course code: PE 217 Course title : Material Science. Pre-requisite: Engineering Physics (1),BE121. Lecture: E 112. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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Material Science(Code: PE 217 )Prepared by:

Dr. Ehssan Nassef

Pharos University in AlexandriaFaculty of Engineering.Petrochemical Department

Lecture: E112. Sunday from 8:30.. to 11:20 A.mLab: F101. Tuesday: from 2:30-4:20 P.m Thursday: from 1:30 to 3:20 P.mInstructor: Dr.Ehssan E 128 Office hours: Monday from 9:30 to 2:20 Thursday from 12:30 to 1:20


Course code: PE 217Course title: Material Science. Pre-requisite: Engineering Physics (1),BE121Course Aim: At the end of this course the students will be well known of the following:

Atomic structure and interatomic bonding.The structure of crystalline solids.Grain size determination.Imperfections in solids.Mechanical properties of metals (true stress and strain, hardness,etc)Thermal proprieties(thermal expansion and conduction)Polymer structure.Structure and properties of ceramics.Application and processing of ceramics and polymers.Corrosion and corrosion resistance material.Testing effect of service conditions on the properties of materials, properties of alloys and composites.

Intended Learning outcomes:Intended learning outcomes(ILO,S)A- Knowledge and understanding:

a1. Acquire understanding The Atomic Structure and Interatomic Bonding.

a2- Enable the student to deal with the Crystallographic Points and Directions in crystal system.

a3- Identify the imperfection in solids and the classification of defect.a4- Examine the Rheology and mechanical properties of metals. a5- Describe polymer and its size.a6- Describe corrosion and its oxidation reactions.

a7- Identify the structure and properties of ceramics. a8- Identify the structure and properties of composite. ..

b- Intellectual skills b1- Demonstrate structural elements of materials and their properties, processing and performance. b2- Demonstrate the classification of materials, metals , Ceramics, Polymers and Composites.

b3- Discover the Differentiation between Crystalline and Noncrystalline Materials.

b4- Demonstrate the Imperfections in Solids and the classification of defects.

b5- Detect the Mechanical Properties of Metalsb6- Classify the polymers.

b7- Demonstrate the composition of ceramics and composites and its properties. .

c1. c2. c3. .

C- Professional and practical skillsd- General and transferable skills

. d1- Enable the student to easy search about literatures topics.

d2- Create an ordered structured report on subject of relevance to the course and their own interest.

.c1- Determine the point coordinates and directions.c2- Explain the meaning of the mechanical properties of metals.c3- Explain the polymer structures and its compositions.c4- Practice corrosion and its effectsWeekDateLectures123/9/2012Introduction to the course230/9/2012Introduction in material science and Atomic structure37/10/2012Interatomic bonding and properties. 414/10/2012The structure of crystalline solids.521/10/2012Grain size determination.628/10/2012AID EL-ADHA VACATION74/11/2012Imperfections in solids811/11/2012Mechanical properties of metals (true stress and strain, hardness,etc)918/11/20129th week exam1025/11/2012Structure and properties of ceramics112/12/2012Thermal proprieties(thermal expansion and conduction129/12/2012Application and processing of ceramics and polymers1316/12/2012Corrosion and corrosion resistance material.1423/12/2012Testing effect of service conditions on the properties of materials, properties of alloys and compositesStructure and properties of ceramics. .1530/12/2012Final lab Exam166/1/2012Written Exams According to the scheduleLaboratory Experiments:

Hardness of Aluminum, copper and steel.Determination of Average Grain Size Number in Ferrous Alloys.

Tensile Behavior of Metal Alloys.

Corrosion and corrosion control.

Corrosion of ferrous Alloys

Teaching and learning methods- Lectures.TutorialsLaboratory Experiments.-Presentation.

Student assessment :A- Procedures usedAssessment (1) 4 Quizzes during the semester.Assessment (2) Mid tem exam.Assessment (3) Two presentations.Assessment (4) Lab manual+AttendenceAssessment (5) Lab Exam Assessment (6) Final written Exam

B- Schedule

Assessment 1 ,four quizzes weeks 4,8,11,13 Assessment 2 Midterm Week 9Assessment 3,4 during the semester Assessment 5 Final practical Exam week 15Assessment 6 final written Exam week 16

C- Weighting of AssessmentFour quizes+Presentations+Lab manual 20%Midterm Exam 20%Lab Exam 10%Final Written Exam 50%

List of references1- Course notesFundamentals of Materials Science and Engineering, by William D. Callister, Jr.,fifth edition,2000.

2- Required books (text books) 1- James F.Shackeford,Introduction to Material Science For Engineers,Mac Millian Publishing company ,1992.3- Recommended books2-A.G.Guy Introduction to material science ,Mc Grow Hill.Inc.,1999. 4- Periodicals, Web sites, etc