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Course Code: 
MSN 315
Course Period: 
Autumn
Course Type: 
Core
Theoric: 
2
Practice: 
0
Credits: 
3
ECTS: 
6
Course Language: 
English
Course Coordinator: 
Courses given by: 
Course Assistants : 
Course Objectives: 
Materials laboratuvary course aims to give basic knowledge and laboratuvary experiments on metals, ceramics, glasses, polymers, composites and nanomaterials.
Course Content: 

COURSE CONTENT

Week

                                                     Topics

Study Materials

1

Metallography and Optical Microscopy

Textbook, lecture notes

2

Sample preparation [ cutting, polishing, etching ]

Textbook, lecture notes

3

Microstructural examinations and Grain Size Measurements, Hardness

Textbook, lecture notes

4

Ceramic and Glass Processing Laboratories

Textbook, lecture notes

5

Composition and batch calculations, powder weight measurements, dry mixing, ball milling, particle size measurement, pH measurement, Zeta potential measurement [iep], picnometer.

Textbook, lecture notes

6

Powder pressing, slip casting, extrusion, injection molding, glass melting

Textbook, lecture notes

7

DTA-TG, drying and sintering, density and porosity measurement, shrinkage, chemical and mineralogical analysis

Textbook, lecture notes

8

Composite materials

Textbook, lecture notes

9

Fibers and Resin preparation, hand layout, pressing and curing,sample preparation.

Textbook, lecture notes

10

Density, mechanical tests

Textbook, lecture notes

11

Metallic materials and casting

Textbook, lecture notes

12

Charge calculations, melting, casting, separation from the mould, machining and sample cleaning

Textbook, lecture notes

13

Nanomaterials synthesis and shaping

Textbook, lecture notes

14

Sol-Gel nanotechnology applications, powder synthesis, thin films and bulk materials

Textbook, lecture notes

 
Course Methodology: 
1: Lecture, 2: Homework, 3: Laboratory
Course Evaluation Methods: 
A: Midterm and Final exams, B: Homework, C: In-class practice

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