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Organization, Regulations, and Courses 2016-17


ENGS 73 Materials Processing and Selection

In this course the basic concepts of materials science introduced in ENGS 24 are applied to a variety of materials problems and processes. The course will treat processes and principles relevant to both mechanical and electrical engineering applications. Topics include solidification and crystal growth, joining and bonding techniques, deformation processing, surface coatings and thin film deposition, polymer processing, composite materials, magnetic and dielectric materials, powder metallurgy and ceramics processing, materials selection, failure processes, and quality control. The course will involve laboratory exercises and field trips to local industry. Materials applications will be considered on a case study basis, including aerospace and automotive structures, consumer goods, and high performance sports equipment, electric components, VLSI circuit fabrication and packaging.

Instructor

Wegst

Prerequisite

ENGS 24 and ENGS 33 or equivalent

Distributive and/or World Culture

TLA

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Offered

17S, 18S: 10A; Laboratory