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Manufacturing & Material Science

The course consists a comprehensive yet concise approach towards Material science/Engineering materials. Spanning around 40+ lectures yet completing in just around 3 Hours !!. Perfect for engineering students having one of their subject (out of the dozens others) as material science or engineering materials. Covered topics are listed …

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The course consists a comprehensive yet concise approach towards Material science/Engineering materials. Spanning around 40+ lectures yet completing in just around 3 Hours !!. Perfect for engineering students having one of their subject (out of the dozens others) as material science or engineering materials. Covered topics are listed below.

  1. Atomic & crystal structures – Crystal systems, Bravais lattices, Miller indices, cell characteristics, BCC (Body centered cubic), FCC (Face centered cubic) and HCP (Hexagonal close packing) structures.
  2. Crystal Imperfections – Point (both elemental and compound crystal’s), Linear, Planar, and bulk defects.
  3. The grain theory – Grain formation, measurement of grain size, grain structure, deformation types and mechanism.
  4. Multiphase structure – Solid solution, phase diagram (Unary and Binary), eutectic microstructure, types of invariant reactions, Fe-C phase, TTT diagram.
  5. Heat treatment of steel (HTS) – Hardening, tempering, austempering, martempering, annealing, stress relieving, spheroidizing, normalizing, case hardening.
  6. Mechanical properties of material – Tensile strength, Impact strength, Fatigue strength, Creep and hardness testing (Brinell, Vicker’s and Rockwell).
  7. Engineering metals – Plain carbon steel, alloy steel, cast iron, non-ferrous materials.Most suitable for – Mechanical and civil engineering undergraduates and graduates,Students preparing for academic or competitive (engineering)examinations,University students having Material science as one of their subjects.

PS – Please see the PREVIEW (FREE) lectures to know your adaptability with my accent.This course was recorded a while ago & my accent might trouble some students. However I have overcame my accent problems in my latest courses.

However on demand of many curious students, I have added very clear CAPTIONS (Subtitles) in the course so that you can read it from there if you can’t understand my accent.

 

The course consists a comprehensive yet concise approach towards Material science/Engineering materials. Spanning around 40+ lectures yet completing in just around 3 Hours !!. Perfect for engineering students having one of their subject (out of the dozens others) as material science or engineering materials. Covered topics are listed below.

  1. Atomic & crystal structures – Crystal systems, Bravais lattices, Miller indices, cell characteristics, BCC (Body centered cubic), FCC (Face centered cubic) and HCP (Hexagonal close packing) structures.
  2. Crystal Imperfections – Point (both elemental and compound crystal’s), Linear, Planar, and bulk defects.
  3. The grain theory – Grain formation, measurement of grain size, grain structure, deformation types and mechanism.
  4. Multiphase structure – Solid solution, phase diagram (Unary and Binary), eutectic microstructure, types of invariant reactions, Fe-C phase, TTT diagram.
  5. Heat treatment of steel (HTS) – Hardening, tempering, austempering, martempering, annealing, stress relieving, spheroidizing, normalizing, case hardening.
  6. Mechanical properties of material – Tensile strength, Impact strength, Fatigue strength, Creep and hardness testing (Brinell, Vicker’s and Rockwell).
  7. Engineering metals – Plain carbon steel, alloy steel, cast iron, non-ferrous materials.Most suitable for – Mechanical and civil engineering undergraduates and graduates,Students preparing for academic or competitive (engineering)examinations,University students having Material science as one of their subjects.

PS – Please see the PREVIEW (FREE) lectures to know your adaptability with my accent.This course was recorded a while ago & my accent might trouble some students. However I have overcame my accent problems in my latest courses.

However on demand of many curious students, I have added very clear CAPTIONS (Subtitles) in the course so that you can read it from there if you can’t understand my accent.

 

The course consists a comprehensive yet concise approach towards Material science/Engineering materials. Spanning around 40+ lectures yet completing in just around 3 Hours !!. Perfect for engineering students having one of their subject (out of the dozens others) as material science or engineering materials. Covered topics are listed below.

  1. Atomic & crystal structures – Crystal systems, Bravais lattices, Miller indices, cell characteristics, BCC (Body centered cubic), FCC (Face centered cubic) and HCP (Hexagonal close packing) structures.
  2. Crystal Imperfections – Point (both elemental and compound crystal’s), Linear, Planar, and bulk defects.
  3. The grain theory – Grain formation, measurement of grain size, grain structure, deformation types and mechanism.
  4. Multiphase structure – Solid solution, phase diagram (Unary and Binary), eutectic microstructure, types of invariant reactions, Fe-C phase, TTT diagram.
  5. Heat treatment of steel (HTS) – Hardening, tempering, austempering, martempering, annealing, stress relieving, spheroidizing, normalizing, case hardening.
  6. Mechanical properties of material – Tensile strength, Impact strength, Fatigue strength, Creep and hardness testing (Brinell, Vicker’s and Rockwell).
  7. Engineering metals – Plain carbon steel, alloy steel, cast iron, non-ferrous materials.Most suitable for – Mechanical and civil engineering undergraduates and graduates,Students preparing for academic or competitive (engineering)examinations,University students having Material science as one of their subjects.

PS – Please see the PREVIEW (FREE) lectures to know your adaptability with my accent.This course was recorded a while ago & my accent might trouble some students. However I have overcame my accent problems in my latest courses.

However on demand of many curious students, I have added very clear CAPTIONS (Subtitles) in the course so that you can read it from there if you can’t understand my accent.

 

The course consists a comprehensive yet concise approach towards Material science/Engineering materials. Spanning around 40+ lectures yet completing in just around 3 Hours !!. Perfect for engineering students having one of their subject (out of the dozens others) as material science or engineering materials. Covered topics are listed below.

  1. Atomic & crystal structures – Crystal systems, Bravais lattices, Miller indices, cell characteristics, BCC (Body centered cubic), FCC (Face centered cubic) and HCP (Hexagonal close packing) structures.
  2. Crystal Imperfections – Point (both elemental and compound crystal’s), Linear, Planar, and bulk defects.
  3. The grain theory – Grain formation, measurement of grain size, grain structure, deformation types and mechanism.
  4. Multiphase structure – Solid solution, phase diagram (Unary and Binary), eutectic microstructure, types of invariant reactions, Fe-C phase, TTT diagram.
  5. Heat treatment of steel (HTS) – Hardening, tempering, austempering, martempering, annealing, stress relieving, spheroidizing, normalizing, case hardening.
  6. Mechanical properties of material – Tensile strength, Impact strength, Fatigue strength, Creep and hardness testing (Brinell, Vicker’s and Rockwell).
  7. Engineering metals – Plain carbon steel, alloy steel, cast iron, non-ferrous materials.Most suitable for – Mechanical and civil engineering undergraduates and graduates,Students preparing for academic or competitive (engineering)examinations,University students having Material science as one of their subjects.

PS – Please see the PREVIEW (FREE) lectures to know your adaptability with my accent.This course was recorded a while ago & my accent might trouble some students. However I have overcame my accent problems in my latest courses.

However on demand of many curious students, I have added very clear CAPTIONS (Subtitles) in the course so that you can read it from there if you can’t understand my accent.

 

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Curriculum

Instructor

Requirements

  • Elementary knowledge of strength of material
  • Must know concepts like solute,solvent,oxidation,reduction etc
  • Patience and enthuse to learn

Target audiences

  • Mechanical and civil engineering undergraduates and graduates.
  • Students preparing for academic or competitive examinations.
  • University students having Material science as one of their subjects.
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