2020 Metallurgical Engineering Laboratory II

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Academic unit or major
Undergraduate major in Materials Science and Engineering
Instructor(s)
Kobayashi Equo  Takeyama Masao  Nakamura Yoshio  Shi Ji  Fujii Toshiyuki  Susa Masahiro  Kumai Shinji  Nishikata Atsushi  Onaka Susumu  Hosoda Hideki  Kawamura Kenichi  Ueda Mitsutoshi  Hayashi Miyuki  Kobayashi Yoshinao  Muraishi Shinji  Tada Eiji  Kimura Yoshisato  Terada Yoshihiro  Sone Masato  Inamura Tomonari  Nakatsuji Kan  Gohda Yoshihiro  Nakada Nobuo  Kobayashi Satoru  Sannomiya Takumi  Harumoto Takashi  Harada Yohei  Nakashima Hirotoyo  Miyazawa Tomotaka  Watanabe Takashi  Endo Rie  Ooi Azusa  O Minho  Shinohara Yuri  Tahara Masaki  Miyazawa Naoki  Chang Tso-Fu  Watanabe Manabu  Yasui Shintaro  Chiu Wan Ting 
Course component(s)
Mode of instruction
 
Day/Period(Room No.)
Tue5-8()  Fri5-8()  
Group
-
Course number
MAT.M351
Credits
2
Academic year
2020
Offered quarter
3Q
Syllabus updated
2020/9/18
Lecture notes updated
-
Language used
Japanese
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Course description and aims

【abstract】 Metallurgy is a field of materials science covering the physical, chemical behaviours of metal elements, and also the microstructure and elastic-plastic behaviors, etc. Student will conduct representative experiments in metallurgy to learn evaluation methods of metal.
【object】Student will examine important physical and chemical behaviors of metals by means of selected fundamental experiments. Through this lab. course, student will achieve fundamentals of experimental techniques and evaluation methods.

Student learning outcomes

Student will;
study fundamental of vacuum technology and evaporation of metal
examine electroconductivity via 4-points probe method.
study funfamental of optical properties in terms of dielectric constant of metal.
examine optic properties in terms of reflectivity, absorption and transmitance in metal.

Keywords

thin film, resistivity, optical property,

Competencies that will be developed

Specialist skills Intercultural skills Communication skills Critical thinking skills Practical and/or problem-solving skills

Class flow

Informatin for grouping and schedule will be given from principle instracter

Course schedule/Required learning

  Course schedule Required learning
Class 1 General introduction To understand the contents of general introduction made by instructor.
Class 2 Phase transition of metal and alloy : structure, thermal and physical properties (determinatin of melting point by means of differential scanning calorimeter) To determine the melting point by means of differential scanning calorimeter.
Class 3 Phase transition of metal and alloy : structure, thermal and physical properties (determinatin of Quiry temperature by means of differential scanning calorimeter) To determine the Quiry temperature by means of differential scanning calorimeter.
Class 4 Phase transition of metal and alloy : structure, thermal and physical properties (magnetization behavior of ferromagnetic alloy by means of vibration sample magnetmeter 1: Ni and Ni-Cu alloys) To measure the magnetization behavior of ferromagnetic alloy (Ni and Ni-Cu) by means of vibration sample magnetmeter
Class 5 Phase transition of metal and alloy : structure, thermal and physical properties (magnetization behavior of ferromagnetic alloy by means of vibration sample magnetmeter 2: Pure Fe single crystal) To measure the magnetization behavior of ferromagnetic alloy (pure iron) by means of vibration sample magnetmeter
Class 6 Corrosion and oxidataion of metal : aqueous solution corrosion of metal I (sample preparation) To enable the sample preparation for the corrosion in aqueous solution.
Class 7 Corrosion and oxidataion of metal : aqueous solution corrosion of metal II (measurement and analysis) To enable measurement and analysis of the corrosion behaviors of metal in aqueous solution.
Class 8 Steel refinement : Reduction of iron ore by hydrogen and its kinetics I (thermal gravity measurement) To enable the thermal gravity measurement for reduction of iron ore by hydrogen.
Class 9 Steel refinement : Reduction of iron ore by hydrogen and its kinetics II (analysis) To achieve the kinetics analysis for reduction of iron ore by hydrogen.
Class 10 [Materials] Ferrous alloy : Heat treating plain carbon steel samples and arc melting cast iron samples To enable Heat treating of plain carbon steel and arc melting of cast iron
Class 11 [Materials] Non-ferrous alloy : Heat treatment and hardeness measurement on age hardenable Al alloys To understand the age hardening of Aluminum alloys by means of heat treatment and hardness test.
Class 12 [Materials] Mechanical property : Strain rate change tensile tests on pure iron and pure aluminum To understand the strain rate and temperautre dependent hardening of metals.
Class 13 conclusions To prepare the presentation for general discussion.
Class 14 [Materials] General discussion and presentation To make presentation and discussion of experiments.

Out-of-Class Study Time (Preparation and Review)

To enhance effective learning, students are encouraged to spend approximately 50 minutes preparing for class and another 50 minutes reviewing class content afterwards (including assignments) for each class.
They should do so by referring to textbooks and other course material.

Textbook(s)

General lab. course in metallurgical engineering (tokyo institute of technology)

Reference books, course materials, etc.

nothing in particular

Assessment criteria and methods

Achievement will be evaluated by reports

Related courses

  • MAT.M352 : Metallurgical Engineering Laboratory III

Prerequisites (i.e., required knowledge, skills, courses, etc.)

Enrollement of related course is desiable.

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