(Materials Science and Engineering)



Department Materials Science and Engineering, National Institute of Technology, Tiruchirappalli – 620 015.

Tech.Tech.M.I Elective – II SEMESTER – II Code MT 652 MT 654 MT 656 MT 658 Course of Study Ceramic Science and Technology Composites and Polymers Nanomaterials and Technology Materials Testing & characterization Materials Testing & characterization Laboratory Elective – III Elective – IV Elective – V SEMESTER III Code ME 697 Course of Study Project work .Tech. Tiruchirappalli – 620 015. .Phase II L 0 T 0 P 30 C 12 64 L 0 T 0 P 30 C 12 L 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 P 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 C 4 3 3 3 2 3 3 20 L 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 P 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 C 4 3 3 3 2 3 3 20 Total Credits Department Materials Science and Engineering. programme in Materials Science & Engineering is 64.Phase I SEMESTER IV Code ME 698 Course of Study Project work . SEMESTER – I Code MA 613 MT 601 MT 605 MT 655 MT 657 Course of Study Engineering Mathematics Physical Metallurgy Materials Characterization Thermodynamics and Kinetics Metallography Laboratory Elective . National Institute of Technology. MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING The total minimum credits required for completing the M. (Materials Science and Engineering) M.

Magnetic Optoelectronic Materials L 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 P 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 C 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 Course of Study Mechanical Behavior of Materials Selection of Materials Computational Techniques Non Destructive Testing Manufacturing Processes L 3 3 3 3 3 T 0 0 0 0 0 P 0 0 0 0 0 C 3 3 3 3 3 and and and Reserve Electives Code MT 628 MT 665 MT 666 MT 670 MT 671 MT 673 PR 621 PR 629 Course of Study Process Modeling Particulate Technology Statistical Quality Control and Management Polymer Processing Nuclear Materials Severe Plastic Deformations Finite Element Methods (reserve elective) Theory of Plasticity (reserve elective) L 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 P 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 C 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 Department Materials Science and Engineering. .Tech.M. Tiruchirappalli – 620 015. (Materials Science and Engineering) ELECTIVES (I Semester) Code MT 613 MT 615 MT 617 MT621 MT 659 II Semester Code MT 614 MT 618 MT 622 MT 660 MT 662 PR 618 PH 608 PH 610 Course of Study Corrosion Engineering Metallurgical Failure Analysis Surface Engineering Biomaterials High Temperature Materials Computer Aided Design Manufacturing Thin Film Technology Application Electrical. National Institute of Technology.

TEXT BOOKS 1. classification of copper alloys.effects of alloying elements and cooling rate on structure and properties of steels and cast irons Introduction to heat treatment.Tech.phases and microconstituents in steels and cast irons equilibrium and non-equilibrium cooling of various Fe-C alloys . S. Van Nostrand Reinhold. Raghavan. (Materials Science and Engineering) MA613 ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS Partial Differential equations – basic concepts – One dimensional heat flow equation .Shape functions .Natural boundary condition – Conditional Extremum . 4. H.atmospheres quenching media .. second edition. Reddy. TEXT BOOKS 1. C.normalising . magnesium. V. . properties and applications.Two dimensional heat flow equation in steady flow in Cartesian and Polar coordinates. MT 601 PHYSICAL METALLURGY (This is a core course for both WE and ME specializations in MME) Concept of phase diagram .heat treatment furnaces .properties and applications. Desai. Introduction to Finite Element Method. stainless steels types of cast irons compositions. Higher Engineering Mathematics. titanium alloys . L.. alloy steels. lead. zinc. Mir Publishers. MT 605 MATERIALS CHARACTERIZATION Department Materials Science and Engineering.hardenability measurement. Differential Equations and the Calculus of Variations. and Abel.heat treatment (specific examples) Copper and its alloys: physical. 3. Khanna Publishers. chemical and mechanical properties.Isoperimetric problems. P. Tiruchirappalli – 620 015. silver. 2. Introduction to Finite Element Method .S..Euler's equation . tool steels. “Introduction to Physical Metallurgy”. Prentice Hall of India.N.Rules for forming interpolation functions . 1985.S. B. National Institute of Technology. “Physical Metallurgy”.microstructural features. Finite difference scheme for elliptic.hardening and tempering .. Calculus of variations . 1985.M. parabolic. Elsegolts. J. Avner. gold alloys .microstructural features . annealing . J. TTT diagram and CCT diagram . Numerical Solution of ODE’s – Euler’s.. Introduction to Finite Element Method. typical properties and applications .types of steels: plain carbon steels. Taylor’s and Runge Kutta methods – Milne’s and Adams’ predictor-corrector methods. McGraw Hill.case hardening techniques Introduction to specifications. and hyperbolic partial differential equations. chemical and mechanical properties of aluminium of aluminium alloys. Mcgraw Hill. heat treatment (specific examples) Aluminium and its alloys.physical. tin.Application to fluid flow and heat transfer problems..Variational problems in parametric form . Grewal. 2.

hot-stage. Auger spectroscopy.M. .. ‘Electron Beam Analysis of Materials’. David R. 4th Edition.analysis of fractured surfaces X-ray fluoroscopy. A. Construction and operation and applications of SEM. elemental analysis by WDS and EDS systems . D. K. in-situ techniques. specimen preparation techniques.lens defects and correction. Cullity B. Prentice Hall of India (EEE). 2000 MT 657 PHYSICAL METALLURGY LABORATORY Department Materials Science and Engineering. ‘Elements of X-ray Diffraction’. interference contrast. E. ‘Introduction to Metallurgical Thermodynamics’.polarised light. Tiruchirappalli – 620 015.. Wiley Interscience. Mohanty. McGraw Hill. TEXT BOOKS 1. A. depth of field and depth of focus ..bright field and dark field illumination . DTA. Types and applications of strain gauges. Butterworths. Addison Wiley. 1971 3.regular and quasi chemical models Thermodynamic aspects of phase diagrams – similarity in thermodynamic approach towards different classes of materials – thermodynamic aspects of defect formation in metals and ceramics – approaches used in chemical modeling Principles of metallurgical kinetics – reaction rates and reaction mechanisms – overview of mass transfer. “Rate Processes in Metallurgy”.Tech. transport phenomena and applications Laws of thermodynamics and related applications – concepts of free energy and entropy – criteria for spontaneity Introduction to solutions – partial molar entities – Gibbs Duhem relations . 4th Edition. H. (Materials Science and Engineering) (This is a core course for both WE and ME specializations in MME) Numerical aperture. DSC and TGA. working principle. 1978 4. National Institute of Technology. quantitative metallography Powder. 1984 MT655 THERMODYNAMICS AND KINETICS Introduction to thermodynamics and kinetics – different approaches – emphasis on metallurgical thermodynamics. Smallman R. Chapman and Hall.. ‘Modern Physical Metallurgy’. 1985 2. stereographic projections and reciprocal lattice. X-ray residual stress measurement Construction and operation and applications of TEM. Gaskell. 1973 2. limit of resolution. ‘Modern Metallographic Techniques and their Applications’. rotating crystal and Laue methods. Philips V.thermodynamic aspects of metallic solutions and salt melts – Raoult’s Law and Henry’s Law . phase contrast. applications. heat transfer and fluid flow – related applications in metallurgical processes – role of transport phenomena in mathematical and physical modeling TEXT BOOKS 1... spectrometry. Loretto M.

bioceramics and bio-glass. crystal structure and defects.M. raw materials. Tiruchirappalli – 620 015. H.M.. Microscopic examination of • Magnesium alloys • Aluminium alloys • Titanium alloys • Copper alloys • Super alloys MT652 CERAMIC SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY Ceramics as a class of material. 1974 5. Microscopic examination of cast irons 4. Study of metallurgical microscope and sample preparation 2. bonding and structure of various ceramic materials. National Institute of Technology. Bowen. Physical Ceramics: Principles for Ceramic Science and Engineering. Zachariasen rules.. Powder processing. Norton F. Introduction to specific ceramic materials – structure property correlation. Concept of various toughening mechanisms.D. H. R. cermets.emphasis on the effects of composition. requirement for glass formation. glass forming methods. Mechnacial behaviour of structural ceramics-Brittleness of ceramics. 2nd Edition.Properties Processing and Use in Design. Non crystalline materials . P... W. Kingery W. cements. important ceramic systems: one component system. sialons. . various advanced sintering techniques. viscosity based transition points. ‘Introduction to Ceramics’. refractories. pre-consolidation .shape forming processes.structure. processing. John Wiley. 2006 3. castables. magnetic and optical properties of ceramic materials . Uhlhmen D.. binary and ternary systems. maraging steels and tool steels 3. Birnie D. Richerson D. processing and applications –superconductors. 1964 MT654 COMPOSITES AND POLYMRES Department Materials Science and Engineering.. Concept of fracture toughness and different toughness and strength measurement techniques.. ‘ Elements of Ceramics’ 2nd Edition. Microscopic examination of plain carbon steels. temperature and atmosphere on these properties. electrical. ‘Physical Ceramics for Engineers’. Kingery W. CRC Press. stainless steels. devitrification. John Wiley.. (Materials Science and Engineering) List of Experiments 1. 1976 2. Addison Wesley. Chiang Y. D.. K. silicon carbide and nitride. chronological developments. Thermal. polymorphic transformations. Silicate glasses and glass ceramics. Addison Wesley. Van Vlack L.silica. TEXT BOOKS 1. piezoelectrics. ‘Modern Ceramic Engineering . H. Fundamental Sintering mechanisms.Tech. structure of silicates. microstructure. 3rd Edition. 1997 4.

‘Concise Encyclopedia of Composite Materials’. 1994 MT656 NANO MATERIALS AND TECHNOLOGY Pre-requisite: At least one 600 level course related to materials Concept of nano materials – scale / dimensional aspects. Mick Wilson et al. nanostructured bioceramics and nanomaterials for drug delivery applications. 3. Characterization of nano materials and nano structures. Applications in different areas such as semi conductors.. Introduction to nano composites.. Poole. “Nanoparticles: From Theory to Applications”. sensors. Billmeyer F. Ltd. TEXT BOOKS 1. Overseas Press (India) Pvt. processing and applications of polymers – compounding of plastics – polymer processing – basic methods and recent developments Introduction to composites – classification of composites – emphasis on polymer based composites – bonding and failure criteria – micro mechanics approach Reinforcing materials – overview of different processing methods – technical and economic aspects – novel applications of composite materials TEXT BOOKS 1. health and environmental issues. important characterization techniques for nano size measurement. Jr. National Institute of Technology. Pradeep T “Nano: The Essentials”. “Introduction to nano technology”. 1994 2. Tiruchirappalli – 620 015. Wiley Interscience. .. Owens. Mc Graw Hill Publishing Co. Ltd. 2005.Tech. Frank J. Gunter Schmid. processing of nanocomposites. Pergamon. Anthoney Kelly. Wiley. Top-down and bottom-up approaches for preparing nano materials Advantages and limitations at the nano level – thermodynamic aspects at the nano level. Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. MT658 MATERIALS TESTING LABORATORY Department Materials Science and Engineering. Charles P. Overview of properties of nano materials. 2004.. 2007 2. ‘Textbook of Polymer Science’.M. 4. 2003. “Nanotechnology”. (Materials Science and Engineering) Polymers as a class of engineering materials – comparison with metals and ceramics classification of polymers Polymerization – mechanisms and statistical approach – molecular weight determination Properties.

John Wiley. 1979. elements of fractography . 2. 3rd Edition.Griffith’s theory. Suryanarayana. E. High temperature strength and stability. grain boundary strengthening. 3.. Mechanical and Electrical properties of metals. National Institute of Technology. availability. acid and alkaline resistance. material for Chemical and Petroleum industries. development of creep resistant alloys. A. Materials for atmospheric. Rose R. variables affecting creep. significance of DBTT. Charpy and Izod testing. 3. High temperature steels and super alloys. Wulff J. water. yielding theories Elements of theory of plasticity. factors affecting fatigue strength and methods of improving fatigue behaviour – testing analysis of fatigue data. Volume III. cost. Hot hardness requirements.basic assumptions. materials and coatings for wear resistance. NDT and FATT.. Tiruchirappalli – 620 015. corrosion fatigue Introduction to creep . 1984 MT 615 SELECTIONS OF MATERIALS Technologically important properties of materials. ‘Structure and Properties of Materials’.Manson Hafred parameter TEXT BOOKS 1. Tensile Testing Hardness Measurements Impact Testing All above tests will include ferrous and nonferrous alloys. 1988 2. McGraw Hill. solid solution strengthening. Dieter G. stress–strain relationship for elastic behaviour. Corrosion prevention coatings.Tech. dispersion hardening Ductile and brittle fracture. Department Materials Science and Engineering. legal and safety factors. Mohr’s circle. mechanics of fatigue crack propagation. accelerated creep testing. manufacturing process. dislocation theory properties of dislocation. ductile to brittle transition-HSLA steel.creep mechanisms. elastic and plastic behaviour. initiation and propagation of fatigue cracks. (Materials Science and Engineering) List of Experiments 1. Physical. soil. Determination of crystal structure parameters from XRD data MT 613 MECHANICAL BEHAVIOUR OF MATERIALS Strength of materials. COD and J integral Characteristics of fatigue failure.M. Larsen Miller parameter . . 4. ‘Testing of Metallic Materials’. Prentice Hall India. LEFM– COD and J integral – determination of KIC.. stress fields around dislocations. creep curve. 4th Edition. Criteria of selection of materials like properties. Shepard L. low temperature materials. application of dislocation theory to work hardening. ‘Mechanical Metallurgy’. elements of plastic deformation of metallic materials. Chemical. M.. ECT.

. Numerical Fluid Flow and Heat Transfer: Classification of PDE. etc. Taguchi techniques for quality engineering . liner. feasible direction and projections. explicit and implict method Finite element Methods: Introduction to I-D FEM. Charles J A and Crane. ring.Anti-friction materials .. Taguchi Techniques. exhaust. Materials with special thermal properties. connecting rod. 1997 3. 5th ed.. Butterworths. landing gears. Unvariate. head. Prentice Hall Inc. Tiruchirappalli – 620 015. McGraw-Hill Book company. Plane stress. fuzzy Logic. . 1996. National Institute of Technology. Numerical heat transfer and fluid flow. Applications in Materials Engg. Finite differences. (Materials Science and Engineering) Materials for engine components.Impact resistant materials . piston. TEXT BOOKS 1. gradient and variable metric methods. MT 617 COMPUTATIONAL TECHNIQUES Design of Experiments: Factorial Design. Gladius Lewis. Introduction to Finite Elements in Engineering . .. Materials for chasis. control rods. Patankar. Integer and geometric programming Text Books: 1. Nuclear fuels. “Selection of Engineering Materials". three dimensional analysis. Electrical & Magnetic materials. etc. Problems in structural Mechanics using 2D elements. wings.Bearing materials. compressor blades. rocker arm and tappet. Chandrupatla and Ashok D. Belegundu. Prentice-Hall of India.Phillip J.Friction materials . 2. “Selection and Use of Engineering Materials”. conjugate direction. plain strain. 3rd Edition. John Wiley and Sons. Montgomery.Tirupathi R. coolants. shafts. Steady and unsteady conduction. constrained minimization. Hemisphere Publishing Corporation. Ross. cylinder block. 1980 MT 621 – NON-DESTRUCTIVE TESTING Department Materials Science and Engineering.Douglas C. Yegnanarayana.A. pin. 1995. 2nd Ed. 1999 4. Design and analysis of experiments . turbine blades.M. 1996 5.Suhas V. London UK.Tech. Artificial Neural Networks . F A. Power plant requirement. ANOVA Artificial Intelligence: ANN. New Jersey USA. Optimization Methods: Classical optimization methods. unconstrained minimization . Materials for aero structure. Thermal expansion. clad materials etc. axisymmetric analysis. cam shaft. 2001 2. Genetic Alogorithm.B. crank shaft. Prentice-Hall.Wear resistant materials .

Macmillan (1988) 3.advantages and limitations . limitations. Tata McGraw Hill. MT 614 CORROSION ENGINEERING Department Materials Science and Engineering. types and properties of penetrants and developers. Ultrasonic Testing of Materials. types.recent advances.Principles. applications and limitations. advantages and limitations. in forging and mechanical alloying .principles. Baldev raj. advantages and limitations Introduction to powder metallurgy – recent developments esp. Narosa Publishing House(1997). Springer-Verlag (1983).John. types of UT Principles.Principles.Principles.concept and applications of rapid prototyping – emerging technologies for nano – processing TEXT BOOKS 1.Various methods of ultrasonic wave generation. applications. Types and characteristics of X ray and gamma radiation sources.tools. advantages and limitations.machining processes – concept of machinability – material examples – developments in machining processes Rolling – forging – extrusion – drawing . ‘Manufacturing Technology’. National Institute of Technology. P.Tech. New York. Josef and Hebert Krautkramer. Practical Non – Destructive Testing. types. Optical & Acoustical holography. Principles and applications of Fluoroscopy/Real-time radioscopy . wave propagation . 2.concept of near net shape processing . types. Liquid Penetrant Inspection principles. Kalpakjian. advantages and limitations Ultra sonic testing(UT) .Time of Flight Diffraction (TOFD) Radiography testing (RT) – Principles. 1996.N. . ‘Manufacturing Engineering and Technology’.modes of sound wave generation .sheet metal forming – classification. MT659 MANUFACTURING PROCESSES Introduction to manufacturing processes – different approaches – technical and economic considerations – significance of material properties with respect to selection of manufacturing process Conventional casting processes – advantages and limitations – melting practices – design of castings – special casting processes Conventional material joining processes – concept of weldability – need for dissimilar joints . A. S. 1995. cast and formed components. 3rd Edition. B and C scan . 3rd edition. Tiruchirappalli – 620 015. applications. Case studies: weld.Nature of sound waves.Hull and V. Rao. applications. Krautkramer. Magnetic particle inspection. B. 2. applications. Thermography . TEXT BOOKS 1. Eddy current testing . Non-Destructive Testing. Advantages and limitations of various methods of LPI. Addison-Wesly. applications. advantages. (Materials Science and Engineering) Visual Inspection. advantages and limitations of eddy current testing. applications.M. advantages and limitations of RT.

passivity. corrosion fatique. failure of iron and steel castings. Types of wear. application of Poisson. 1996. mean time between failures and life testing. intergranular. bath tub curve. dealloying. M. Different forms of corrosion: atmospheric/uniform. Some case studies-Corrosion and its control in different engineering materials: concrete structures. cathodic. Tiruchirappalli – 620 015. duplex. metallurgical instabilities. high temperature oxidation-origin and mechanism with specific examples. Failure of weldments . Corrosion map of India. improper heat treatment. environmental induced failure.M. exponential and Weibull distribution for reliability.G. characteristics of ductile and brittle fracture. Corrosion failures.reasons for failure procedure for weld failure analysis. (Materials Science and Engineering) Principles of corrosion phenomenon: Thermodynamics and kinetics: emf/galvanic series. TEXT BOOKS Department Materials Science and Engineering. exchange current density. classification and identification of various types of fracture. Procedure for analyzing stress corrosion cracking. composites and polymers. economics of corrosion control..Corrosion auditing in industries. analyzing wear failure. elevated temperature fatigue. stree corrosion. ceramics. General concepts. Corrosion testing and monitoring: Non-Elecrochemical and Electrochemical methods: weight loss method. 2.A. characteristics of stress corrosion cracking. inhibitors. Causes of failure in forging. pitting crevice. anodic protection.D. Tata McGraw Hill. flade potential. Some case studies failures. parallel and series system. various types of hydrogen damage failures. overview of various types of corrosion stress corrosion cracking. Fontana. Lab. stress concentration and service conditions. coatings. . sources. susceptibility test. life prediction. 3rd Edition. Overview of fracture mechanics. Text Books. Principles and Prevention of Corrosion.factors influencing corrosion failures. fracture characteristics revealed by microscopy. Corrosion & its control in industries: Power. 2005. factors affecting fatigue life Creep. condition monitoring. Evans diagram. Petrochemical. stress rupture. super duplex stainless steels. Reliability concept and hazard function. Process.Tech. 1. Corrosion prevention through design. Prentice Hall. marine and fertilizer industries. National Institute of Technology. Jones. ship building. Corrosion Engineering. 2nd Edition. semi plant & field tests. Pourbaix diagram. Tafel Linear polarization and Impedance techniques. MT 618 METALLURGICAL FAILURE ANALYSIS Stages of failure analysis. specific applications.

Tiruchirappalli – 620 015. deposition of copper. Definitions and concepts. zinc. ceramic implant materials. thermochemical processes -industrial practices Surface pre-treatment. (Materials Science and Engineering) 1. chemical colouring. application areas. physical vapour deposition (PVD). phosphating.Tech. New and novel materials for biomedical applications. Marcel Dekker. Property requirement of biomaterials.A. nickel and chromium . significance. nickel-boron. Colangelo. advanced spraying techniques . ‘Surface modification technologies . need for biomaterials. nickelphosphorous. D-Gun and high velocity oxy-fuel processes. wear and corrosion.A Practical Guide’. surface degradation. laser surface alloying and cladding. ion plating. USA. 1989 2. Processing and properties of different bioceramic materials. process capabilities. Dissolution Department Materials Science and Engineering. chemical conversion coatings. Metallic implant materials. Concept of biocompatibility. National Institute of Technology.. 10th Edition. composites as biomaterials. electrocomposite plating. electroless plating of copper. 1993 MT660 BIOMATERIALS Introduction to biomaterials. polymeric implant materials. properties. Vol. and Heiser. . TEXT BOOKS 1. ASM Metals Park.J. Newyork. TMH. Mechanical and physical properties evaluation of biomaterials. sputtering. “Analysis of Metallurgical Failures”. Salient properties of important material classes.F. importance of substrate Chemical and electrochemical polishing. Nanomaterials and nanocomposites for medical applications. In-vitro and In-vivo evaluation. roles of friction and lubrication. dental and other applications. plasma nitriding. 1995. Orthopedic.plasma surfacing. ASM Metals Handbook “Failure Analysis and Prevention”.M. 1974.V. electroless composite plating. types of wear. 2.D. New York. Varghese C. Ohio. alloy plating. John Wiley and Sons Inc. Sudarshan T S. assessment of biocompatibility of biomaterials. Biomaterials preparation and characterization. specific industrial applications Thermal spraying. introduction to surface engineering.principles and practices. metal organic CVD.10. chromating. cell-material interactions and foreign body response. test standards (ASTM) for assessment of quality deposits. specific industrial applications. tests for assessment of wear and corrosion behaviour. evaporation. specific examples. plasma assisted CVD.An Engineer’s guide’. MT622 SURFACE ENGINEERING Introduction tribology. ‘Electroplating and Other Surface Treatments . anodizing of aluminium alloys. Design concept of developing new materials for bio-implant applications. techniques.overview of different forms of corrosion. chemical vapour deposition (CVD).

Applications of tissue engineering. Biomaterials for drug delivery. time hardening. Pilling-Bedworth ratio. definition of creep curve. hot gas corrosion deposit. W. temperature and strain rate Design of transient creep. ‘Flow and Fracture at Elevated Temperatures’. modified hot gas corrosion. Hench L. 2005. fracture maps for different alloys and oxides Oxidation. brittle to ductile from low temperature to high temperature. ‘Mechanical Behaviour of Materials’.. composition control. Introduction to tissue engineering. McGraw Hill. Biomaterials. Bone biology: bone architecture. John Wiley. Artificial organs and Tissue Engineering. Tiruchirappalli – 620 015. Larry. (Editors). effect of stress. etc. Biomaterials world wide market. expressions for rupture life for creep. ‘Deformation and Fracture Mechanics of Engineering Materials’. cell adhesion test. effect of alloying elements on hot corrosion Iron base. American Society for Metals.M. cytotoxicity test. metallurgical factors influencing various stages. ductile and brittle materials.sulphation. Woodhead Publishing Limited. & Wilson J.defect structure and control of oxidation by alloy additions . grain boundary strengthening.diffusion controlled void growth. ductile fracture due to microvoid coalescence . precipitation hardening by gamma prime. Hertzberg R. technology transfer and ethical issues. 1990 MT665 PARTICULATE TECHNOLOGY Department Materials Science and Engineering. 1996 3. Blood compatible materials. timed release materials. and Jones J.embrittlement. 1985 2. Antibacterial assessment: Kirby–Bauer disc diffusion method or antibiotic sensitivity test and spread plate method. solid solution strengthening. nickel base and cobalt base superalloys. various stages of creep. biodegradable polymers. kinetic laws of oxidation . Raj R. MT662 HIGH TEMPERATURE MATERIALS Factors influencing functional life of components at elevated temperatures. collagen. World Scientific. osteoclasts.H. 2. Standards for biomaterials and devices. An Introduction to Bioceramics. National Institute of Technology. strain hardening. Hench L.Tech. Larry.. TCP phase . cleavage. 1994. 4th Edition. Biomimetics. (Materials Science and Engineering) study. osteoblasts. (Editors). Protein mediated cell adhesion. Courtney T. solidification of single crystals TEXT BOOKS 1. . Monkman .Grant relationship Various types of fracture. TEXT BOOKS 1.

introduction to FEM & FDM.Tech.. 1971. Hot Isostatic Processing and extrusion Sintering – thermodynamic and process aspects – recent developments in mechanical alloying and reaction milling Production of particulate composites . National Institute of Technology. usage of expert systems. CFD.. J. demonstration of some software packages Physical modeling – cold and hot models. Kuhn H. Szekely J. assumptions and limitations in numerical solutions. Thermocalc. Wiley. Metal Powder Industries Federation. Department Materials Science and Engineering. 1994 2. instrumentation and data acquisition systems Review of transport phenomena. A. ‘Powder Metallurgy Processing . and Alan Lawley. physical simulation. examples Introduction to software packages– useful websites and generic information about different products . ‘Rate Phenomena in Process Metallurgy’. New Jersey.similarities and differences between metal powder and ceramic powder processing Production and characterisation of metal and ceramic powders – compaction processes – powder properties and powder compaction – Pressing. process control. Delhi. Themelis N. Oxford IBH. phase transformations and thermo chemical calculations. (Materials Science and Engineering) Pre-requisite: MT 659 (Manufacturing Processes) Introduction to particulate processing – advantages. 1978 MT628 PROCESS MODELING Pre-requisite: Exposure to process metallurgy Mathematical modeling. German R.application of P/M based on case studies manufacturing of typical products – near net shape processing TEXT BOOKS 1.New Techniques and Analysis’. fluid flow.ANSYS. casting. Tiruchirappalli – 620 015. crystallography. ‘Powder Metallurgy Science’. welding and liquid metal treatment TEXT BOOKS 1. case studies of water models. limitations and applications of particulate processing Science of particulate processing – issues related to particle morphology – differences in mechanical behaviour (with respect to cast and wrought materials) and related mathematical treatment . differential equations & numerical methods. advantages and limitations. concept of physical domain and computational domain. alloy design.M. use of computers for the construction of phase diagrams. Case studies from literature – pertaining to modeling of solidification / heat transfer. artificial intelligence and robotics..M. .

Mat. Filament. New Delhi. John Wiley & Sons(Asia) Pvt Ltd. “Advances in Nuclear Science and Technology”. Benjamin M. & Herbert Kouts. Semi-Automatic processing methods. “Computer Simulation of Flow and Heat Transfer”. Profile production. and General features of twin screw extruders Granule production and compounding. Film blowing. Mechanism of flow. Analysis of flow in extruder. MT670 POLYMER PROCESSING General features of single screw extrusion. Rotational moulding.. Vacuum forming. nuclear scenario at international level. Calendaring and analysis of calendaring. “Text Book Of Polymer Science”. Thermoforming. Reaction injection moulding. (Materials Science and Engineering) 2. National Institute of Technology. Blow moulding. 1998. Automatic Process. Rotational Moulding. Sandwich moulding.. Insulated runner moulds. coolants. Calendering. safety and health protection Strategic issues – current status and major needs. Recent developments in extrusion technology Screws. 2. . MT673 SEVERE PLASTIC DEFORMATION Department Materials Science and Engineering. overview of nuclear scenario in India. Pergamon Press.. Transfer moulding. mould temperature controls. Injection moulding of thermosetting materials. pressure forming. Moulds. “Plastics Engineering”. Tata McGraw Hill. M. Structural foam injection moulding. Manufacturing methods. Van Nostrand “Nuclear Reactor Materials and Applications”. pultursion and injection moulding.Tech. Billmeyer. centrifugal casting. Extrusion coating processes.J. 1987.S.cold press moulding. TEXT BOOKS 1. Ghosh Dastiday P. Compression Moulding. chopped fibres. Compression moulding.1994 MT671 NUCLEAR MATERIALS Introduction to nuclear energy / reactors – comparison of different modes of energy generation – ecological and environmental aspects Nuclear reactions – concept of half life. Feed zone. cloth. Fabric. 1983 2. Reinhold Company Inc. venting. analysis of thermoforming. Crawford R. Extrusion stretch blow moulding. sprues. compression zone and metering zone.. 2nd Edition. Extruder volumetric efficiency. Tiruchirappalli – 620 015. nuclear minerals – related exploration and processing Material requirements – structural materials.M.J. shielding materials and fuel rods – fabrication requirements Nuclear irradiation effects on structural materials – safe guards. Henley E. Nozzles. Extrusion blow moulding.Filament winding. TEXT BOOKS 1.runners.

and F. normal distribution curve. quality awards. quality certification. 2. quality control. Quality organization. quality management. NY. acceptance sampling.M. TEXT BOOKS 1. QS 9000. Metal forming: Fundamentals and Applications (ASM Series in Metal processing) 3. .M. control charts. cost of quality. vendor quality assurance. quality audit. Printice Hall 1983. Crosby.M. overview of the works of Juran. quality loss function. statistical design of experiments. total quality management. Juran J. ISO 14000.M. SIS – mechanism of sintering. Analysis – slab analysis – upper and lower bound theorem – exact solutions – slip line field theory and its solution – numerical methods and FEM. ‘Quality Control and Application’. Tiruchirappalli – 620 015. National Institute of Technology..D. distribution functions. typical procedure for ISO 9000.F. statistical process control. exposure to some applications of statistics and probability. Altan T.L. TEXT BOOKS 1.Tech. – Directed Study) Department Materials Science and Engineering. inspection by sampling. Taguchi. analysis of variance – statistical tools – statistical quality control.M. 1997. ‘Quality Planning and Analysis’. Mc Graw Hill Publishers. “Mechanical Metallurgy”. SPD by mechanical alloying – introduction – types of equipment – compaction – sintering – HIP. McGraw Hill. Ghare. PDCA cycle. Hansen B. Dieter. quality assurance. SPD by cryo rolling – process – types – microstructural variation with stress – strain distribution. 2nd Edition.Gryna.2002 MT 666 STATISTICAL QUALITY CONTROL AND MANAGEMENT Quality – philosophy. Review of some calculation procedures involving statistics and probability. (Materials Science and Engineering) Basics of plastic deformation – Mohr’s circle – yield theories – plastic stress – strain relationship – plastic work – constitute relationships – mechanical working – work hardening. quality system. 1980 MT703 INDUSTRIAL TRIBOLOGY (Proposed subject for Ph. P. process capability analysis. PHI – EEE. 2. New York. Deming. “Metal forming mechanics and metallurgy”. and Caddell R. statistical approaches. single. double and multiple sampling plans. Severe plastic deformation by ECAP – types – microstructural variation with different processing routes – multichannel ECAP – strain distribution and texturing. Hosford W. introduction to six sigma Inspection.. Variations.

boundary.Tech. modeling) . Hydrodynamic & Hydrostatic lubrication. strip casting. marine. Lubrication: Mechanism. sequence casting. use of process modeling. developments such as flow control devices in tundish. control of wear. Tests and Instrumentation in Tribology: Sliding friction and wear abrasion test. basic aspects of furnaces. solid. quality issues in steel plant operations Modifications of steel making converter operations. An Introductory guide to Industrial Tribology. friction coefficient. monitoring and environmental effects TEXT BOOKS 1. developments such as sub lance and dynamic control of steel making. differences between the production of carbon steels and highly alloyed steels Overview of iron making. National Institute of Technology.AAS. Special instruments for lubricant analysis such as optical . XRD and chromatographic techniques. Gwidon W Stachowiak. wear.Lab and industrial . 3rd Edition. Case studies in automotive. Summers Denis J. Reynolds equation in 2D and 3D flow. and Smith. Mechanical Engineering Publications Limited.Wear mapping and Nano lubrication and specialized materials selection for Nano Tribology. detection / prevention of caster breakouts.M. steel making. Micro scale scratching and Micro scale wear . (Materials Science and Engineering) Friction and Wear: Laws of friction. secondary treatment including ladle metallurgy and injection metallurgy. illustrative numerical problems Modifications of continuous casting process. wear resistant coatings New industrial applications of tribology – Nano scale wear. Elsevier... indicative process calculations. thin slab casting. Engineering Tribology .DEVELOPMENTS IN IRON MAKING AND STEEL MAKING Principles of ferrous process metallurgy. high speed casting. Bharat Bhushan. John Wiley & Sons Inc. liquid and gas lubricants.Prevention. solid particle and erosion test. review of related concepts from metallurgical thermodynamics and kinetics.. 2005 2. types. Batchelor. . NMR . refining and continuous casting processes. continuous steel making. Principles and Applications of Tribology. Micro/Nano-tribology and applications – Tribology for MEMS. environmental considerations. IR. measurement of critical properties. 1994. 3. design and selection of slags and refractories. discussion on related binary and ternary phase diagrams Department Materials Science and Engineering. chemical industry. 1999. MT674. sequence of operations in steel plants. Tiruchirappalli – 620 015. London . Andrew W. types and application. electromagnetic stirring. microelectronics. Basics test (mechanisms. illustrative numerical problems Current research on metallurgical slags. types. refractories and fuels.

Tupkary R. 1. ‘Chemical and Physical Interactions during transfer operations’. Warrendale. Current literature on related topics 2.H. ‘Fundamentals of steel making metallurgy’. 2004 (primary text) 3. PA. National Institute of Technology. 1983 Department Materials Science and Engineering. New York. 1996 4.Tech.R.IV. Asia Publications. . Volume I . Iron and Steel Society. Khanna Publishers.M. Continuous casting – Vol. Prentice Hall International. (Materials Science and Engineering) TEXT BOOKS 1. Bashforth G. 1993 (primary reference) 5. USA. ‘Introduction to Modern Steel Making’. Tiruchirappalli – 620 015. Boom.. ‘Manufacture of Iron and Steel’. B. Deo. R.

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