Describe 2 types of point defects and 3 common dislocation defects in crystalline solids. 4) Distinguish between steady state and non-steady state diffusion in solids, and apply Pick’s first and second laws to solve simple diffusion problems. 5) Define engineering stress and engineering strain, and interpret an engineering stress-strain diagram to obtain the following properties: modulus of elasticity; yield strength; tensile strength, and percent elongation. 6) Describe a typical polymer molecule In terms of its chain structure and repeating units, and calculate number-average and eight-average molecular weights for a specified polymer.
Objectives: Page 1 7) Cite the differences in thermo-mechanical behavior between crystalline and amorphous polymers, and cite differences in behavior and molecular structure for thermoplastic and thermosetting polymers. 8) Describe 4 possible electron band structures for solid materials, and describe electron excitation events that produce free electrons/holes in (a) metals, (b) intrinsic and extrinsic semiconductors, and (c) Responsibility: You will be responsible for all lecture, quiz, and laboratory materials, class ratification, advance reading, homework assignments, and four exams including one final exam.
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Exams, homework, and laboratory reports are to be entirely your own work using only the resources specified. When in doubt, ask. Ethical behavior is fundamental in any professional discipline. Cheating or similar improper conduct in even the most minor way will result at minimum, in a failing grade for the course. Further sanctions are likely in severe cases. Room 1500 Engineering. Attendance is required and will be counted in the “Participation” grade. Integrity: Class Meetings: Class will meet from 10:40 to 12:00 on Mondays and Wednesdays in Quiz: Homework and exam problems will be discussed in the quiz session.
The laboratory portion of the course will meet in Room 2011 Manufacturing Engineering for two hours every other week, as arranged in the quiz sessions. The laboratory will begin the week of September 8th (an A-type week). A total Page 2 of six experiments must be performed and a report for each must be written and submitted. The lab manual should be downloaded and printed (prior to the lab) from http://blackboard. Wayne. Dude/ (will be posted shortly). Lab reports must be typed. Lab reports will be written as a group project.
Lab reports will be due one week after the experiment is performed, except for the Tensile Test experiment. This lab report will be counted double for grading and the report will not be due until your next lab meeting, two weeks later. Additional detail is provided in the lab manual. Penalties thereof. Failure to complete the laboratory work will result in failure in BEHAVE, no matter how good your exam performance in the lecture course (BEE 300). Safety glasses must be worn in the laboratory at all times.
William D. Cloister, Jar. , Materials Science and Engineering An Introduction, 6th De. , John Wiley & Sons, 2003 and website www. Wiley. Com/college/cloister. Textbook: Page 3 Exams: All exams will be close book. Only non-erasable writing utensils such as pens are allowed. Do not use pencils on your exam papers. Some formula and other information sheets will be provided as specified by the instructor. Most questions on the exams will cover materials similar to homework and examples, but each exam will eave at least one question that goes somewhat beyond the homework and examples.
Make-up exams will be given only by prior arrangement at least 7 days before the exam, and only for valid reasons. College policy states that anyone giving or receiving information during an exam will be given an immediately failing grade for the course. The teaching assistants are instructed to photocopy selected exam papers before giving them back. If you request regarded, submit a written request within 7 days of receiving your graded exam, stating the problem(s) to be regarded and reason(s). When such a request is submitted, we may regarded the complete exam.
The final exam is a comprehensive exam covering all the chapters. No extra credit projects will be allowed. Course, and (2) the student can complete the required materials without retaking course or requiring faculty supervision. Extra Credit: Deferred Grades: Deferred grades are allowed only if (1) the student is not failing the The last day to drop this course with a tuition refund is September 15, 2003. The Division of Engineering does not allow withdrawal from courses after the fifth week of classes except under exceptional circumstances.
Failing of a class is not an acceptable excuse for withdrawal after the 5th week. Thus, withdrawals must be completed by Friday, October 3. Beginning Tuesday, September 30, an Instructor’s signature is required for all withdrawals, a W will appear on the student’s transcript, and dropping classes by web or phone is not allowed – it must be done in person at the Registrar’s office. BE 1300 – lecture class – 3 credits Exam 1 18% Exam 2 18% Exam 3 18% Final Exam 36% Homework 5% Participation* 5% Total 100% Grading: * Participation consists of attendance, involvement and assessment in lecture, quiz, ND laboratory.
Page 4 BE 1310 Laboratory (1 credit) Grade will be based on total score on laboratory reports, with the tensile testing report counting double, as described above. All laboratory reports must be submitted to receive a passing grade. If one or more laboratory reports are missing, a failing grade will be assigned in BE 1310, regardless of the score on the other reports. Page 5 COURSE OUTLINE: DATE 9/3 9/8,10 TOPICS Course Organization, Introduction Atomic Structure and Bonding Crystal Structures: Unit Cell Structures Crystal Lattice and Planes Crystal