[Overview] Students will further develop what they learned in Non-Ferrous Metal Materials, and gain an understanding for mainly non-ferrous metal materials such as aluminum, titanium, and magnesium of advanced adaptive processes and material organization and properties derived from those processes, as well as deepen their understanding of non-ferrous metal materials used for diverse purposes.
[Purpose] By combining the basic knowledge learned in Non-Ferrous Metal Materials with the knowledge acquired in this course on advanced processes, students will learn materials design guidelines for using non-ferrous metal materials in a variety of industrial situations.
[Objectives] This course is mainly aimed at students who have taken Non-Ferrous Metals Materials Science. Students will gain a systematic understanding of advanced process technology for non-ferrous metal materials, and connect the organization and properties of non-ferrous metal materials used for special uses to understand them. Finally students will acquire material design methods for advanced non-ferrous metal materials.
[Topics] Students will study the characteristic organization and properties from individual processes for non-ferrous metal materials produced and used with advanced process technologies, and study application-oriented properties.
Non-ferrous metal, Advanced processing, Recycling, Joining, Amorphous, Intermetallic compound, Porous materials, Functionally gradient materials, 3D fabrication
|Intercultural skills||Communication skills||Specialist skills||Critical thinking skills||Practical and/or problem-solving skills|
Student will solve exercise problems, which are given from instructor at the latter part of class.
|Course schedule||Required learning|
|Class 1||Property and application of non-ferrous alloys||Due date of a report will be announced by instructor, if necessary.|
|Class 2||Continuous casting|
|Class 3||Semi-liquid and semi-solid casting|
|Class 4||Joining of similar- and dissimilar metals|
|Class 5||Recycling of non-ferrous alloys|
|Class 6||Achievement evaluation and general practice (1) Casting, Joining, Recycling|
|Class 7||Rapid solidification and amorphous materials|
|Class 8||Heat treatment and plastic working|
|Class 9||Microstructure control by directional solidification and single crystal growth|
|Class 10||Structural intermetallic compounds|
|Class 11||Achievement evaluation and general practice (2) plastic working and heat treatment, microstructure control, intermetallic compounds|
|Class 12||Porous materials|
|Class 13||Functionally gradient materials|
|Class 14||Materials for three-dimensional fabrication|
|Class 15||Element strategy of rare metals and nonferrous metals|
Teaching materials will be provided by instructor.
”Kei goukin zairyo", korona sha、Zukai-Keisyakino-zairyo-no-kiso-to-oyo(korona-sya), rea-metaru-no-daitaizairyo-to-risaikuru(shi- emu shi- shuppan), mozozukuri-no-genten - sokeizai-gijutu (sokeizai senta-), jidousya-no-zairyo-gijutu (jidosya-gijutu-kai)
Student will be evaluated by score of achievement evaluation and general practice during class (40%) and a term-examination (60%)
Enrollment in related courses is desirable.