Arizona State University
Materials Science for Technological Application Specialization
Arizona State University

Materials Science for Technological Application Specialization

Course emphasis on atom bonding and crystal structure. Examine the role of materials in contemporary engineering practice.

Taught in English

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Terry Alford

Instructor: Terry Alford

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  • The role of materials engineers in contemporary engineering practice.

  • Crystal Structures, Mechanical Properties of Metals, Tensile Testing, and Failures.

  • Explore Shape and Property Control of Metals.

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Introduction to Materials Science

Course 129 hours4.7 (29 ratings)

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  • The role of materials engineers in contemporary engineering practice.

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Category: Explain the role of materials engineers in contemporary engineering practice for technological applications.

Crystal Structures and Properties of Metals

Course 224 hours4.9 (10 ratings)

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  • Crystal Structures, Mechanical Properties of Metals, Tensile Testing, and Failures.

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Category: The ability to use Crystal Structures Mechanical Properties of Metals Tensile Testing and Failures for technological applications

What you'll learn

  • Explore Shape and Property Control of Metals.

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Category: The ability to utilize reshape and property control of metals for technological applications

Phase Diagrams I & II

Course 415 hours

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  • The use of principles of phase diagrams to predict microstructures and properties of metals and alloys.

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Category: The ability to use principles of phase diagrams to predict microstructures and properties of metals and alloys for technological applications

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Terry Alford
Arizona State University
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