Sep 24, 2021
MAC 275 - Applied Metallurgy 4 Credits, 6 Contact Hours
2 lecture periods 4 lab periods
Application of metallurgical concepts, procedures, and testing. Includes materials, alloy classification systems, industrial and manufacturing concepts, properties and testing, and industrial and manufacturing processes and applications.
Prerequisite(s): GTM 105
Course Learning Outcomes
- Discuss the general origin and role of materials, metals and alloys in the modern world.
- Use standard classification systems, for both ferrous and non-ferrous metals and alloys, to specify and identify common industrial materials.
- Discuss the basic industrial and manufacturing concepts related to the processes of shaping metals, and how such procedures are specified and described.
- Perform Rockwell and Brinell hardness tests, and relate the results of these procedures to the basic strength properties of metals and alloys.
- Describe how the structures of metals and alloys relate to their strength properties, and guide their processing operations.
- Discuss the basic processes for strengthening metals and performing the common heat-treating procedures.
- Discuss how the basic concepts of metallurgy apply to machining.
- Select and develop a project of specific interest that applies metallurgical background.
- Introduction to materials
- Introduction to metals
- Introduction to alloys
- Extractive metallurgy
- Alloy Classification Systems
- Ferrous alloys, steels, stainless steels, and irons
- Nonferrous metals and alloys
- Industrial and Manufacturing Concepts
- Metal shaping processes
- Interpretation of technical information
- Temperature and its effects
- Specifications documents
- Properties and Testing
- Strength properties
- Hardness testing
- Structure and Properties
- Nature of metals
- Industrial and Manufacturing Processes
- Strengthening processes
- Heat treating equipment and procedures
- Industrial and Manufacturing Applications
- Metallurgy in machining
- Casting metallurgy
- Individual Student Projects
- Project planning and development
- Presentation of projects
Full Academic Year 2017/2018
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