MY3110 - Materials Processing II

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MY3110
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Materials Processing II

Dr. Steve Hackney

General Description

4 Credits


4 Lectures, 0 Recitations, 0 Laboratory

Junior level course

Required course for Materials Engineering

Offered Spring.




Course Catalog Description

A continuation of Mat
erials Processing I. This course

introduces the fundamental theories and
equations governing transport phenomena as applied to materials processing. Topics include heat
flow, fluid flow, diffusion and chemical kinetics. Discusses the relationships between
these topics
and the thermodynamic concepts covered in Materials Processing I.

Prerequisites

MY3100


Materials Processing I and MY2200

Introduction to Minerals and Materials
Processing

Instructional

Materials

Reading material, i
nstructor notes and case
studies on course web site
http://www.mse.mtu.edu/~hackney/MY3110%202005.htm
. In class handouts
.

Course Objectives

1.

To understand the fundamental relationships between the basic concepts of
thermodynamics,
transport phenomena and the design of materials processing routes.

2.

To describe the application of the basic concepts of transport phenomena to the evolution of
materials structure during processing.

3.

To introduce the student to different m
aterials processing routes commonly used in industry for
production of devices
, components and base materials
.

Topics Covered

Pressure, capillarity and thermodynamics;

Powder processing including sintering (diffusion), liquid phase sintering (fluid flow)
and CIP/HIP

Vapor phase processing including evaporation/condensation (nucleation), chemical vapor deposition and
nitriding (fluid flow, diffusion and chemical kinetics)

Heat treat processing for annealing, precipitation hardening and homogenization; and t
he Johnson
-
Mehl
-
Avrami equation (fluid flow, heat convection/conduction and diffusion)

Batch and continuous solidification processing (heat convection/conduction and fluid flow)

Laboratory Schedule


None

Weather Policy.

Class will not be held when Michigan

Technological University puts up a ‘weather advisory’, where
students and employees must ‘use their own judgment regarding travel’. This means that the roads
are too dangerous to travel.



Contribution of Course to Meeting the Professional Component



Thi
s course is 2 credit Basic Science and 2 credits Engineering Science and Design.

Relationship of Course to Program and ABET Outcomes

a)

Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering
-

HIGH

importance

Activities:

Solving problems in the course and u
nderstanding the relevance of transport
processes to the design of a material processing route are based on a student’s
background in chemistry, thermodynamics and mathematics and the ability to
apply these concepts.

b)

Design and conduct experiments, analyze

and interpret data
-

LESSER

importance

c)

Design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs


HIGH
importance

Activities:

Students develop or are assigned a group project of 8 weeks duration to consider
the design of a specific materials process u
sing the concepts of thermodynamics
and transport phenomena.

d)

Function on a multi
-
disciplinary team
-

MODERATE

importance (see c).

e)

Identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems
-

HIGH

importance

Activities:

A significant proportion of the homework and

examination problems clearly
reflect multi
-
faceted problems in which use of transport phenomena in the
manipulation of materials processing to obtain a desired result is emphasized.

f)

Understand professional and ethical responsibility


MINIMAL
importance

g)

C
ommunicate effectively


MODERATE
importance


Activities:

Students develop are assigned a group project of 8 weeks duration to consider the
design of a specific materials process using the concepts of thermodynamics and
transport phenomena. The results of
this project must be delivered to the rest of the
class in a formal presentation and written up in report form for evaluation.

h)

Understand global and social impact of engineering solutions
-

MINIMAL

importance.

i)

Recognize the need for life
-
long learning
-

MO
DERATE

importance

Activities:

Students develop or are assigned a group project of 8 weeks duration to consider the
design of a specific materials process using the concepts of thermodynamics and
transport phenomena. The in depth study of a particular topic

in materials processing
usually leads to an appreciation of the necessity of continued learning to fully
understand and apply physical concept in an engineering application.

j)

Demonstrate knowledge of contemporary issues
-

MINIMAL

importance

k)

Use the techniq
ues and tools of modern engineering practice
-

HIGH

importance

Activities:

Computer aided calculation (numerical and symbolic) for process design is used
throughout the course.

MSE1) The ability to apply advanced science and engineering principles to mater
ials systems

implied by program modifier
-

HIGH

Importance

Activities:

Problems, case studies and group project are designed to specifically develop the
ability to apply advanced science and engineering principles to materials systems.

MSE2) An integrated

understanding of the scientific and engineering principles underlying the

four major elements of the field: structure, properties, processing and performance





MODERATE
importance

Activities:

Problems and case studies usually focus on processing/struct
ure/cost (or
efficiency) relationships, but some justification for the approach in terms of
properties and performance is presented.

MSE3) The ability to apply and integrate knowledge from each of the above four elements of the

field to solve materials se
lection and design problems
-

MODERATE

importance

Activities:

See MSE2 activities

MSE4) The ability to utilize experimental, statistical and computational methods consistent with

the goals of the program


MODERATE

importance

Activities:

See (k) above.




Grading.

Two quizzes 20% each

Comprehensive (non
-
negotiable) Final 25%

Homework 15%

Group project

20%

Extra credit may be earned via the correction of instructor errors on assignments/tests and unannounced in
-
class quizzes.