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Material Science II 
Summer semester 2014
Chair of Non-destructive Testing (Prof. Große)
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The lecture series Material Science (MS1 & MS2) address all aspects of this topic starting from the basic principles in chemistry and physics. This is followed by a characterization of materials properties and the selection of materials from the engineering point of view. Finally, the application of a wide range of engineering materials is described dedicated to be used as structures or products.
Following the first course, Material Science II is deepening the physical properties of materials. Next the mechanical properties are revealed on the component and structure level - exhibit a transition from the micro to the meso and macro level including a basic understanding of fracture mechanics and material testing.

The course MS2 includes in detail:

3. Physical properties of materials (thermal and optical properties; electron theory, electrical and magnetic properties)
4. Properties in regard to engineering applications. Fracture mechanics and material testing.
5. Engineering materials and their properties on the structure and component level (metals, ceramics, materials used in electronic components, polymers, construction materials, composites and fiber reinforced materials, selection of materials in regard to economical and ecological aspects).
Attendance at the first part of the two lectures of "Material Science" (Material Science I) is required.
At the end of the semester, the students are able to choose and employ materials with respect to their intended use as building elements or in construction. For this purpose they are taught the physical, chemical and engineering methods and criteria according to which the properties of materials have to be estimated. The students know the main basic and construction materials as well as the methods to characterise materials and construction elements. Terms such as tensile strength, corrosion resistance, hardness, ductility, brittleness or anisotropy are well-understood and can be assigned to the respective materials.
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  • English
class lecture
The module consists of a lecture and practical. The knowledge of the lecture is imparted by talks and presentations. The students should read an accompanying textbook which can be supplemented by additional literature. In the practical, the content of the lecture is demonstrated in practical tests and experiments.
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As textbook e.g.: Callister, William D.:Materials Science and Engineering, 8th Ed., Wiley Desktop Edition 2010 (ebook);
additionally: Askeland, Donald R., The Science and Engineering of Materials, 5th Ed., Thomson Learning 2006;
Roos, E. und Maile, K., Werkstoffe für Ingenieure, 3. Aufl., Springer-Verlag 2008;
Online information
e-learning course (moodle)