MECH BEHAVIOR OF MATERIALS

Section

Professor

Cev Noyan

Survey Results

9 of 9 students responded

Instructor: Organization and Preparation4.33
Instructor: Classroom Delivery4.22
Instructor: Approachability3.67
Instructor: Overall Quality4.22
Course: Amount Learned4.22
Course: Appropriateness of Workload3.44
Course: Fairness of Grading Process3.56
Course: Quality of Text3.22
Course: Overall Quality4.11

Course Information

Prerequisites: MSE E3153, E4153; Recommended preparation: a course in mechanics of materials. Review of states of stress and strain and their relations in elastic, plastic, and, viscous materials. Dislocation and elastic-plastic concepts introduced to explain work hardening, various materials strengthening mechanisms, ductility and toughness. Macroscopic and micro-structural aspects of brittle and ductile fracture mechanics, creep and fatigue phenomena. Case studies used throughout, including flow and fracture of structural alloys, polymers, hybrid materials, composite materials, ceramics, and electronic materials devices. Materials reliability and fracture prevention emphasized.

Department: Applied Physics and Applied Math(APAM)

Subject: Materials Science and Engineering(MSAE)

School: Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science

Division: School of Engineering and Applied Science: Graduate

Course ID: 4215