Materials 1 (AMME1362)

UNIT OF STUDY

This unit is an introductory course in engineering materials. The unit aims to develop students' understanding of the structures, mechanical properties and manufacture of a range of engineering materials as well as how the mechanical properties relate to microstructure and forming and treatment methods. The unit has no prerequisite subject and is therefore intended for those with little or no previous background in engineering materials. However the unit does require students to take a significant degree of independent responsibility for developing their own background knowledge of materials and their properties. The electrical, magnetic, thermal and optical properties of materials are a critical need-to-know area where students are expected to do most of their learning by independent study.

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Classes

3 hours of lectures, 2 hours of tutorials per week. 3 hours of laboratory work per semester.

Assessment

Through semester assessment(45%), Final Exam (55%)

Faculty/department permission required?

No

Unit of study rules

Prohibitions

AMME1500, AMME2302, CIVL2110

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