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27-301 Microstructure and Properties I

Department:Materials Science and Eng.
Prerequisites:27-216 and 27-217 and 33-107
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The objective of this courses and its companion 27-302 is to convey some of the essential concepts in materials science and engineering that relate material properties (strength, magnetism, thermal expansion) to microstruc-ture (crystal structure, dislocations structure, grain structure, precipitate structure, composite structure) in single phase materials. The relationships will be illustrated with examples of both idealized and technological materials. The course will draw upon many aspects of materials science such as defects, phase transformations etc. Pre-requisites: 33-107, 27-216, 27-217

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