Physical Metallurgy

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Code Completion Credits Range Language
E321071 Z,ZK 5 3P+1C English
Garant předmětu:
Jakub Horváth, Jiří Janovec
Jakub Horváth, Jiří Janovec, Jana Sobotová, Petr Zuna
Jakub Horváth, Jiří Janovec, Jana Sobotová, Petr Zuna
Department of Materials Engineering

To participate in the course, basic knowledge in the field of material science based on material science I and II is assumed:

History and present state of materials engineering, overview of technical materials, internal structure of metals, crystal lattices and their defects, deformation, recrystallization and fracture of materials, structure and properties of materials and their testing, fundamentals of thermodynamics, phases and phase transformations, iron-carbon phase diagram.

Fundamentals of metallurgy, iron-carbon alloys and influence of other elements, phase transformations, thermal, combined chemical and thermal and thermo-mechanical processing, technical iron-carbon alloys, non-ferrous metals and their alloys, plastics, structural ceramics, composites, selection of materials.

The exercises that are part of this course are compulsory. Absence from exercises must be properly excused

Syllabus of lectures:

1. Thermodynamics of pure metals and alloys

2. Diffusion in metals and alloys

3. Phase transformations

4. Point and line defects of the crystal lattice

5. Area and spatial defects of the crystal lattice

6. Deformation behavior of metals and alloys

7. Strengthening mechanisms

8. Consolidation processes (recovery and recrystallization)

9. Development of failure and fracture

10. Fracture mechanics

11. Fatigue and fatigue damage

12. Creep and creep fracture

13. Corrosion, wear and radiation damage

Syllabus of tutorials:
Study Objective:

To acquaint students with the phenomena and processes that form the theoretical basis of material engineering and engineering technologies.

Study materials:

[1]SMALLMAN, R. E. a A. H. W. NGAN. Modern physical metallurgy. 8th edition. Waltham, MA: Elsevier/Butterworth-Heinemann, 2014. ISBN 978-0-08-098204-5.

[2]LAUGHLIN, D. E. a K. HONO, ed. Physical metallurgy. 5th ed. Amsterdam: Elsevier, c2014. ISBN 978-0-444-53770-6.

[3]CALLISTER, W. D. a D. G. RETHWISCH. Fundamentals of materials science and engineering: SI version. 4th ed. Hoboken: Wiley, c2013. ISBN 978-1-118-32269-7.

[4]ANDREWS, K.W. Physical metalurgy: Techniques and applications, London: Allen, C 1973.

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