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  1. 1. Course Plan : Material ScienceCourse Code : ADEG – 203No . of Credits : 02 University of Petroleum & Energy Studies College of Engineering Energy Acres P . O . & Vill : Bodholi Dehradun http :// upesindia . ac . in TEL : +91 135 2261090/91, + 91 135 2694259/201/203 FAX : +91 135 2694204 Programme : B . Tech . PSE II Semester 2009-2013
  2. 2. Faculty : Shyam Pandey Approved by :Dean Chancellor1.0 LEVEL OF KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED :Students should have a good knowledge on basic fundamentals on Materialsand some knowledge on Mechanics of Solids.2.0 OBJECTIVES OF COURSE :The objectives of the course is 1. Student while he/she designing any project that they have to understand that, feasibility of the project in Designing & Manufacturing point of view. 2. It gives a practical exposure to design any system
  3. 3. 3.0 SYLLABUSSl . No Unit Coverage Basic Concepts 1. Unit - 1 Constitution of Alloys 2 Unit – 2 Equilibrium Diagrams or Phase Diagrams 3 Unit – 3 Heat Treatment 4 Unit – 4 Characteristics of Materials 5 Unit – 5 Mechanical Behavior of Materials & Introduction to 6 Unit -6 Electrical and Electronics Properties of Dielectric, Semi Conducting and4.0 PEDAGOGY :In addition to the Didactic Teaching/ Learning methodology a step aheadstudents are asked to complete the Assignments and attending in the Classtests and Quiz Examinations.5.0 EVALUATION OF GRADING :Students will be evaluated based on the following 3 stages. 5.1 Internal Assessment 5.2 Mid term Examination
  4. 4. 5.3 End term Examination5.1. Internal Assessment : Weightage – 30%Internal Assessment shall be done based on the following:5.1.1 DISCIPLINE: Discipline of a student is very important in the Class/Campus. This is considered t be a mostimportant one.5.1.2. ASSIGNMENT: After completion of each unit or at the Middle of the Unit i.e, until the covered syllabus, they have to submit the Assignment with in the given time. Those who not submit the assignment by the due date shall be penalized through deduction of marks5.1.3 QUIZ: In addition to the Class tests Three Quiz examinations to be held during Semester. Average of Best Two will be considered for evaluating students who absent for Quiz will lose their marks.5.2. Mid Term Examination – weightage – 20%Mid Term examination shall be Two Hours duration and shall be a combinationof Short and Long theory Questions.5.3. End Term examinations – Weightage – 50%
  5. 5. End Term examination shall be Three Hours duration and shall be acombination of Short and Long theory Questions.6.0 GRADING :The overall marks obtained at the end of the semester comprising all the abovethree mentioned shall be converted to a grade by the faculty.7.0. ATTENDANCE :Students are required to have a minimum attendance of 75% in the subject.Students with less than the stipulated percentage shall not be allowed to appearin the End Semester examination8.0 DETAILED SESSION PLAN
  6. 6. Sl. No. of Unit Pedagogy References CoverageNo Sessions Basic Concepts Engineering Materials; Classification of Engineering Materials;; Types of Materials- Lecture 1,2,3,7 & 10 Properties of Materials; Unit Cell; Crystal1. Unit - 1 07 Assignment – 1 Systems; Crystal Structure of Metals; Quiz - 1 Crystallization; Grains and Grain Boundaries; Crystal Imperfections; Defects in Crystal Structures. Constitution of Alloys Lecture 2,4,7,8,9 & 10 Alloy; Alloy System; Classification of Alloys; Solvent and Solute; Solid Solution;; Assignment – 22 Unit – 2 07 Hume- Rothery’s Rules of Solid Solubility. Class Test Equilibrium Diagrams or Phase Diagrams System; Phase; Variable; Component; Liquidus temperature; Solidus temperature ; Gibb’s Phase Rule; Types of Cooling curves for: Pure Metals, Binary Solid Solution alloys, Binary Eutectic Alloys, Off-Eutectic Binary Alloys; Plotting Equilibrium Diagrams; Lever Rule; Types of Phase Lecture 1,3,5 & 6 Diagrams; Isomorphous system; Coring;3 Unit – 3 07 Assignment – 3 Eutectic systems; Partial Eutectic systems; Quiz-2 Layer type systems; Transformation in Alloy systems: Monotectic Transformation, Peritectic Reaction, Eutectiod Transformation, Peritectiod Transformation; Iron- Iron Carbide Equilibrium Diagram. Transformation in Alloy systems4 Unit – 4 05 Lecture 8,9 & 10 Heat Treatment Assignment – 4 Definition; of Heat Treatment; Types of Heat treatment; Transformation diagrams; Sub Class Test Zero Treatment; Hardenability and Hardness; Jominey End Quench Test; Surface Hardening; Case Hardening; Precipitation Hardenening; Age Hardening.
  7. 7. Characteristics of Materials Introduction to Ferrous and Non Ferrous Alloys; Super Alloys; Noble metals; Glasses; Lecture Glass-Ceramics; Refractories; Abrasives;5 Unit – 5 05 Assignment – 5 1,2,3 & 7 Cements; Plastics; Elastomers; Fibers; Quiz-3 Composite Materials and case studies in selection of materials. Mechanical Behaviour of Materials Introduction to Fracture: Classification and Types, Griffiths Theory, Notch Effects, Stress Concentration, Concept of Fracture Toughness; Ductile Brittle Transition: Fatigue-Mechanism of Crack Initiation and Lecture Growth: Factors affecting Fatigue Creep:6 Unit – 6 05 Assignment – 5 1,2,3 & 7 Creep Curve. Quiz-3 Introduction to Electrical and Electronics Properties of Dielectric, Semi Conducting and Magnetic materials. MOST IMPORTANT : STUDENTS CLASS ROOM PARTICIPATION WITH OBEDIENT MANNER WILL ADD VALUE TO THEIR OVERALL EVALUATION 9.0 SUGGESTED READINGS : 1. Material Science & Metallurgy by Dr. Kodgiri 2. Mechanical Metallurgy by George E Dieter 3. Elements of Metallurgy by Avner
  8. 8. 4. An Introduction to Materials Engineering and Science by Brain S. Mitchel5. Applied Material Science by Deborah D.L. Chung6. Callister-Material Science 6th Solution.7. Fundamentals of Material Science and Engineering by William D. Callister. Jr.8. Materials Engineering science Processing and Design by Michel Asyby9. Material Science and Engineering Hand Book by James F Shackelford.10. Mechanical Behaviour of Materials by Thomas Courteny.