Universidad Carlos III de Madrid

Materials Technology

256-15515

Iowa State Course Substitution

Metals Processing

MAT E 341

Course Info

International Credits: 6.0
Converted Credits: 3.5
Semester: spring
Country: Spain
Language: English
Course Description:
Materials Technology Department assigned to the subject: Department of Materials Science and Engineering and Chemical Engineering Type: Compulsory ECTS Credits : 6.0 Year : 3 Semester : 2 Coordinating teacher: RUIZ NAVAS, ELISA MARIA Academic Year: ( 2017 / 2018 ) Review date: 29-04-2017 STUDENTS ARE EXPECTED TO HAVE COMPLETED Materials Science and Engineering COMPETENCES AND SKILLS THAT WILL BE ACQUIRED AND LEARNING RESULTS. Competences: In a generic manner, the student must develop skills and knowledge to be able to manufacture a component for a specific application. In a specific way the student must acquire the knowledge and capacities for materials technology. This implies to acquire the knowledge of the fundamentals of science, technology and chemistry of materials; understand the relation among microstructure, synthesis or manufacturing and the properties of the materials. Besides, during the course, other skills will be promoted: - Ability to analyze and solve complex problems, encouraging skills for searching, understanding and identifying the most relevant information analyzing and interpreting results obtained to take a final decision. - Ability to correlate multidisciplinary knowledge to solve technological problems Learning results: To acquire the knowledge and capacities to be able to apply materials engineering to manufacture components for specific applications. In more detail: - The ability to select a forming process for a particular material, considering the size, shape, properties, number of parts and final application. - The ability to select the proper material for a specific application - The knowledge of the different joining processes, excluding mechanical fastening methods, and to be able to understand the involved chemical and/or metallurgical processes. - The knowledge of failure possibilities linked to in-service behavior, and the capacity for determining the cause of failure. - The knowledge of inspection and testing methods. DESCRIPTION OF CONTENTS: PROGRAMME 1. Ferrous alloys - Types of steels - Low Alloy Steel - High-alloy steels - Stainless, tool steels - Irons 2. Non-ferrous alloys - Aluminum Alloys - Titanium Alloys - Copper based alloys - Latons - Bronzes 3. Casting Basis - Solidification - Formation of the structure of ingot - Defects 4. Casting Techniques - Not permanent molds - Permanent molds - Squeeze casting Página 1 de 3 - Continuous casting 5. Deformation Basis - Factors affecting the Plastic Deformation - Effects of Plastic Deformation - Hardening Deformation - Cold Deformation - Recrystallisation annealing - Hot Deformation - Deformation Warm / Isothermal Forming - Superplasticity 6. Deformation Techniques - Rolling - Forging - Extrusion 7. Powder Technology - Manufacturing and processing of powders - Pressing - Sintering 8. Forming Ceramic and Glass - Processing of ceramics: slip casting, tape casting, extrusion, fibers ... - Glass Processing - PVD, CVD, 9. Forming Polymers - Basic principles of forming polymers - Polymers forming processes - Extrusion Processes - Molding processes - Additives for plastics - Plastics Recycling 10. Forming MCMP - Open mold processes - Process closed mold 11. Fracture - Fracture types - Fracture mechanics - Fracture toughness and impact test 12. Fatigue - Behavior of elements without crack - The physical aspect of fatigue failure - S-N curves - Behaviour of elements with crack - Stages in fatigue failure. - Paris Law - Design against fatigue failure 13. Creep - Mechanisms of creep - Development of materials resistant to creep 14. Friction and wear - Friction - Wear - Lubrication 15.- Corrosion behavior - Definition and classification - Hot Corrosion - Electrochemical corrosion - Protection against corrosion 16.- Joining techniques I: Welding - Classification of joining techniques - Welding Metallurgy - Defects in welding - Welding Techniques 17.- Joining techniques II: - Classification of adhesives. - Formation of the adhesive bond. - Mechanical behavior of the adhesive bond. - Degradation of the adhesive bond. 18. Surface Treatments Página 2 de 3 - Preparation and surface cleaning - Surface treatments for steels: Hardening flame, induction Temple, Temple laser nitriding, carburizing, carbonitriding. - Galvanised. - Electrodeposition. - Organic coatings - Thermal Spray - Chemical vapor deposition (CVD). - Physical vapor deposition (PVD). 19. Non-destructive testing (NDT) - Visual inspection - Liquid penetrant - Magnetic particles - Current induction: Eddy currents - Radiography and scintigraphy - Ultrasounds LEARNING ACTIVITIES AND METHODOLOGY Masterly classes, classes to solve doubts in reduced groups, individual tutorship and personal work of the student; oriented to acquire theoretical knowledge. Laboratory classes, classes for solving problems in reduced groups; individual tutorship and personal work of the student; oriented to acquire practical knowledge related to subject program. ASSESSMENT SYSTEM The assessment consists of a final test (60% of the final mark) and the continuous evaluation (40%). It is required to have a minimum of 4/10 in the final exam to make possible the continuous evaluation. For the assessment of the course it is mandatory to carry out the laboratory. The continuous assessment consists of: (i) Three individual tests, with a 30% weight; (iii) Laboratory: Execution of four practices. The final lab mark, will consists of solving a questionnaire or test at the beginning of each one of them to check the student knowledge and a final report. Final laboratory weight: 10%. % end-of-term-examination: 60 % of continuous assessment (assigments, laboratory, practicals…): 40 BASIC BIBLIOGRAPHY - J. Cembrero Ciencia y tecnología de materiales: Problemas y cuestiones, Ed. Pearson Prentice Hall, 2005 - M.F. Ashby, D.R.H. Jones Materiales para ingeniería., Ed. Reverté,, 2009 - S. Kalpakjian, R.S. Schmid. Manufactura, ingeniería y tecnología, Ed. Pearson Educación, 2002 - W.D. Callister Jr. Introducción a la ciencia e ingenierías de materiales, Ed. Reverte, 2007

Review

Evaluation Date:
July 20, 2019
Evaluated:
Scott Chumbley
Comments:

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