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|Budapest University of Technology and Economics|
|Faculty of Transportation Engineering and Vehicle Engineering|
|1. Subject name||Materials Science|
|2. Subject name in Hungarian||Anyagtudomány|
|3. Code||BMEKOGGD001||4. Evaluation type||exam grade||5. Credits||4|
|6. Weekly contact hours||4 (0) Lecture||0 (0) Practice||0 (0) Lab|
|9. Working hours for fulfilling the requirements of the subject||84|
|Contact hours||56||Preparation for seminars||0||Homework||8|
|Reading written materials||8||Midterm preparation||0||Exam preparation||12|
|10. Department||Department of Automotive Technologies|
|11. Responsible lecturer||Dr. Bán Krisztián|
|12. Lecturers||Dr. Bán Krisztián|
|13. Prerequisites||recommended: BMEKOGGM601 - Advanced materials and technologies|
|14. Description of lectures|
|Material structures: bonding types, materials with crystalline and amorphous structure.
Thermodynamics, diffusion, phase transitions.
Non-equilibrium systems and thermodynamics: amorphous and nanostructured materials and their properties. The role of surface in material properties.
Material properties: effect of different bonding types, defect structure (real structure) on transport, optical, magnetic and mechanical properties.
Material testing: procedures for polycrystalline materials: X-ray diffraction, texture test. SEM, DSC, TEM as test methods. Metallographic examinations, microscopic properties of structural materials, examination of grain structure. Spectroscopy. Mechanical (tensile, micro- and macro-hardness, impact energy) test methods and equipments, non-destructive testing methods for material defects. Special material testing methods.
|15. Description of practices|
|16. Description of labortory practices|
|17. Learning outcomes|
|18. Requirements, way to determine a grade (obtain a signature)|
|The course ends with an oral examination.|
|19. Opportunity for repeat/retake and delayed completion|
|Possibilities for supplementation takes place in accordance with the applicable study and examination rules.|
|20. Learning materials|
|1. Charles Kittel: Introduction to solid state physics,
2. Thornton, Calangelo: Fundamentals of engineering materials, Prentice-Hall, Inc. New Jersey, 1985,
3. Flinn, Trojan: Engineering Materials and Their Applications,
4. Kalpakijan S.: Manufacturing Engineering and Technology, Prentice Hall, 2013.
5. Auxiliary materials and ppt's downloadable from the department website.
|Effective date||27 November 2019||This Subject Datasheet is valid for||Inactive courses|