Material Science

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✴ To make any engineered device, structure or product you need the right material.
Materials Science and Engineering is the study of all materials, from those we see and use everyday such as a glass or a piece of sport equipment to those used in aerospace and medicine.✴

► Materials Scientists or Engineers, through understanding how materials work, can create new materials for new applications as well as develop existing materials to improve performance. They can control the structure of a material, from an atomic level up, so that its properties, for example strength, can be tailored to suit a particular application.✦

❰❰ In This App we have elaborated All basic to Advanced concepts on Material science. ❱❱

【Few Topics Covered in this App are Listed Below】

⇢ Material Science Introduction

⇢ Importance of Materials

⇢ Historical Perspective

⇢ Why Study Materials Science and Engineering?

⇢ Classification of Materials

⇢ Advanced Materials

⇢ Modern Material's Needs

⇢ Thomson atomic model

⇢ Rutherford model

⇢ Bohr model

⇢ Modern concept of atomic model

⇢ Primary Interatomic Bonds - Ionic Bonding

⇢ Covalent Bonding

⇢ Metallic Bonding

⇢ Secondary Bonding (Van der Waals)

⇢ Crystallography

⇢ Bravais lattices

⇢ Metallic Crystal Structures

⇢ Crystalline and Non-crystalline materials

⇢ Miller Indices

⇢ Imperfections in Solids

⇢ X-RAY DIFFRACTION

⇢ Elastic deformation

⇢ Plastic deformation

⇢ Tensile Properties

⇢ True Stress and Strain

⇢ Mohs Hardness Scale

⇢ The Brinell Hardness Test

⇢ Rockwell Hardness Test

⇢ Vickers Hardness Test

⇢ Micro-hardness Test

⇢ The Scleroscope Hardness Test

⇢ The Durometer

⇢ Failure - Fundamentals of Fracture

⇢ Ductile Fracture

⇢ Brittle Fracture

⇢ Impact Fracture

⇢ Ductile brittle transition

⇢ Fatigue

⇢ Crack Initiation and Propagation

⇢ Creep

⇢ Stress and Temperature Effects

⇢ Dislocations and Strengthening Mechanisms

⇢ Plastic Deformation

⇢ Mechanisms of Strengthening in Metals

⇢ Strengthening by Grain Size Reduction

⇢ Solid-Solution Strengthening

⇢ Strain Hardening

⇢ Non-Destructive testing (NDT)

⇢ Ultrasonic Test

⇢ Liquid-Penetration test

⇢ Microstructural Exam

⇢ Grain size determination

⇢ Phase Diagrams

⇢ Interpretation of phase diagrams

⇢ Eutectoid and Peritectic Reactions

⇢ Precipitation reactions

⇢ Kinetics of nucleation and growth

⇢ Solid Solutions

⇢ The Iron–Carbon Diagram

⇢ Critical temperatures

⇢ Various types of carbon steel

⇢ Alloy steel

⇢ Cast iron

⇢ Grey cast iron

⇢ White cast iron

⇢ Malleable cast iron

⇢ Ductile cast iron

⇢ Cast Iron Uses

⇢ Heat Treatment

⇢ Full annealing

⇢ Normalizing

⇢ Process Annealing

⇢ Stress Relief Anneal

⇢ Spheroidization

⇢ Tempering

⇢ Hardening

⇢ Quench Media

⇢ Case Hardening

⇢ Carburizing

⇢ Cyaniding

⇢ Nitriding

⇢ Flame Hardening

⇢ Diffusion

⇢ Copper Alloys

⇢ Aluminum

⇢ Zinc

⇢ Chromium

⇢ Brasses & Bronzes

⇢ Dielectric Materials

⇢ Dielectric strength

⇢ Intrinsic dielectric strength

⇢ Magnetic Properties

⇢ Ferromagnetism

⇢ Antiferromagnetism

⇢ Hard Magnetic Materials

⇢ Soft Magnetic Materials

⇢ Magnetic Tapes

⇢ Magnetic Disks

⇢ Electrical Properties

⇢ Electrical Resistivity of Metals

⇢ Semiconductivity

⇢ Semiconductor Devices

⇢ Conduction in Ionic Materials

⇢ Superconductivity

⇢ Meissner Effect & Superconductor Types

⇢ Ceramics (Applications and Processing)

⇢ Types and applications of ceramics

⇢ Portland Cement

⇢ Processing of Plastics

⇢ COMPOSITES

⇢ Smart materials

⇢ Nano - Materials

⇢ FRACTURE

⇢ FATIGUE

⇢ Crack Initiation and Propagation

⇢ Corrosion of Ceramics
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