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MSE

102
MATERIALS SCIENCE AND
ENGINEERING ORIENTATION

INTRODUCTION

Materials Science and Engineering


ankaya University
MSE 102 MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING
ORIENTATION
Spring 2013

INSTRUCTOR: Assist. Prof. Dr. lkay Kalay


Materials Science and Engineering Department
Oce: N-B11
E-mail: ikalay@cankaya.edu.tr
Web Page: h"p://academic.cankaya.edu.tr/~ikalay/
Oce Hours: Wednesday @ 10:40-12:30
*Use e-mails as much as possible out of oce hours

CLASS SCHEDULE
Lecture: Friday: 11:40-13:30


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MSE 102 MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING
ORIENTATION

COURSE GRADING

Homework Assignments 30 %
Term Project 40 %
Final ExaminaLon 30 %
A"endance: Minimum of 70 % aVendance in class is mandatory.

LECTURE NOTES

PPTs, handouts, homework assignments, and etc.

Check course website (h"p://mse102.cankaya.edu.tr/) frequently!!!
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MSE 102 MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING
ORIENTATION

TEXTBOOK and REFERENCE BOOKS



Mainly lecture notes and handouts given by the instructor.

TEXT BOOK

Earth, Air, Fire and Water: Elements
of Materials Science, 2nd ediLon,
Pearson Custom Publishing Co.,
Boston, MA, 2005.


By P. R. Howell
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MSE 102 MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING
ORIENTATION

COURSE DESCRIPTION
MSE 102 Materials Science and Engineering Orienta\on is a two-credit
course presents a culturally relevant, contemporary and historical account
of the applied science of materials. It is constructed around three major,
interrelated themes:

Historical and worldwide account of the development of materials'
cultures and technologies, beginning in the Old Stone Age.
A modern account of the applied science of materials, which is the
applica\on of basic physics and chemistry to the world around us.
A discussion of the rela\onship among the processing (crea\on) of a
material, its consequent structure (from the atomic to the macroscopic),
its aVendant proper\es (e.g., mechanical, physical, and chemical), and
its performance in a given applica\on
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MSE 102 MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING
ORIENTATION
COURSE OBJECTIVE
To teach the fundamentals of an applied science; to present the basic physics and
chemistry of materials' science and engineering.
To help prepare students for the technology-based 21st century.
To show how the modern world is dependent on the materials it produces and the new
materials it develops.
To forge a link between the world of science and the world of our daily lives.
To describe how materials are processed (the act of crea\on), to teach the many levels
of structure of materials, their proper\es and their applica\ons.
To illustrate basic concepts in materials' science by presen\ng in-depth "wriVen
portraits" of a variety of materials.
To place the science of materials into an appropriate historical context.
To teach the history of the "atomic theory of maVer" as a con\nuum from pre-history
through the twen\eth century.
To emphasize the geographical diversity of the genesis of materials technologies.
To present the histories of selected materials from early pre-history to the modern day.
To personalize the history of materials' science through the lives of some of the great
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scien\sts.
MSE 102 MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING
ORIENTATION

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WHAT ARE
MATERIALS?

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WHAT ARE MATERIALS?

MATERIALS
are the stu that we see everywhere

By a dicMonary meaning; material is anything
made of a ma"er, consMtuted of one or more
substances.

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WHAT ARE MATERIALS?

MATERIALS

- Can be anything: a nished product in its own
right or an unprocessed raw material.

- There is natural stu - wood, bone, straw, wool,


coVon - and there is man-made stu - steel,
poVery, plas\c, semiconductors, concrete,
tex\les, paper.

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History of Mankind and Materials

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Assist. Prof. Dr. lkay KALAY
History of Mankind and Materials

What historical age, which marks the beginning of


human civiliza\on, is named for an alloy?

The Bronze Age. Bronze is an alloy (or mixture)


of copper and Mn, and is stronger than either of
them is alone.

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WHY STUDY MATERIALS SCIENCE AND
EGINEERING?
WHY STUDY MATERIALS SCIENCE AND
EGINEERING?

Many an applied scientist or engineer, whether


mechanical, civil, chemical, or electrical, will at one
time or another be exposed to a design problem
involving materials.
WHY STUDY MATERIALS SCIENCE AND
EGINEERING?
A materials problem is one of selecting the right material from
the many thousands that are available.

WHICH MATERIAL?

os ite
C omp
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WHY STUDY MATERIALS SCIENCE AND
EGINEERING?
Economics: What will the finished product cost? A
material may be found that has the ideal set of properties
but is prohibitively expensive.
The cost of a finished piece also includes any expense
incurred during fabrication to produce the desired shape.
Production and processing of materials constitute a
large part of our economy.

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WHY STUDY MATERIALS SCIENCE AND
EGINEERING?
Designing of new materials might be
needed for some new applications.

Improvement or modification of
properties might be needed for some
applications.

To understand existing materials so


that new ones with desired properties
can be designed.

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WHY STUDY MATERIALS SCIENCE AND
EGINEERING?

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WHY STUDY MATERIALS SCIENCE AND
EGINEERING?
Processing polycrystal: polycrystal:
single crystal
low porosity high porosity

Structure

Properties

Three disk specimens of aluminum oxide


Performance

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WHAT IS MATERIALS SCIENTIST and ENGINEER
DOING?

Why do materials behave the way they do?


How can the proper\es of a material be
developed to make something beVer or
cheaper?

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WHAT IS MATERIALS SCIENTIST and ENGINEER
DOING?

Materials science deals with basic knowledge about the


internal structure, properties and processing of materials.

Materials engineering deals with the application of


knowledge gained by materials science to convert materials
to products.
Materials Science and
Materials Science Engineering Materials Engineering

Resultant
Basic Knowledge Applied
Knowledge
of Knowledge
of Structure and
Materials of Materials
Proper\es
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TEST OUR
MATERIALS
KNOWLEDGE????

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Sources
1. Some of the images were taken from Wikipedia and Google.

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