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The Science and Engineering of Materials
The design of materials for applications in industry and society including, for example, metallurgical, electronic, medical, packaging and transport. Microstructure and structure-property relationships of the main types of engineering materials metals, ceramics, polymers and composites ; micromechanisms of elastic and plastic deformation; fracture mechanisms for ductile and brittle materials, phase equilibria of alloys; microstructural control and application to commercial engineering materials. Information retrieval. Communication skills. Plant visits. Introductory materials laboratories.
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FCC Ortho. James P. Schaffer James P. After receiving his B. He has taught an introductory materials engineering course to more than undergraduate students using the integrated approach taken in this text. Schaffers eld of research is the characterization of atomic scale defects in materials using positron annihilation spectroscopy along with associated techniques.