This lecture aims at introducing various metallic materials for aerospace applications. The main focus is on the interest of thermodynamics for the understanding and modelling of phase transformations, alloy design, in the field of aerospace applications.
Students will learn examples of aerospace applications of metallurgy, and will be introduced to thermodynamic modelling.
aerospace, nickel-based superalloys, titanium aluminides, thermodynamics, Calphad method, phase transformations
|第1回||General introduction of aerospace materials and related interest of thermodynamics||Understanding the interest of metallurgy in the aerospace field.|
|第2回||Calphad method 1||Understanding what is the Calphad method, how it works and its potential uses.|
|第3回||Calphad method 2||Understanding what is the Calphad method, how it works and its potential uses.|
|第4回||Ni-based superalloys: introduction (no modelling)||Understanding the origin and the interest of the mechanical properties of nickel-based superalloys|
|第5回||Precipitation modelling for Ni-based superalloys||Understanding the basics of precipitation modelling through the example of superalloys|
|第6回||TiAl-based alloys : introduction (no modelling)||Understanding the origin and the interest of the mechanical properties of nickel-based superalloys|
|第7回||Machine learning and future prospects||Understanding the basics of machine learning for the design of new materials|
No textbooks will be used in this lecture
Course material will be sent before each lecture.
Participation and report
Basics of metallurgy