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AFYON KOCATEPE UNIVERSITY INSTITUTES OF NATURAL AND APPLIED SCIENCES COURSE IDENTIFICATION FORM

Course Code and Name: MLZ-601 Engineering Mathematics Semester I Prerequisite (s) Instructor Course Assistant Groups / Classes Students of Master and Ph. D. Engineering mathematics is a compulsory engineering core course that will enable the graduate students to develop various mathematical models to solve specific engineering problems. Certain industrial applications will require systematic solutions to be developed and applied by the engineering students. This will be useful to the industry in a case to case problem solving approaches. Theoretic Hour 3 Prof. Dr. Ö. Faruk Emrullaholu

Department / Department of : Material Science and Engineering Total Hour 3 Credits 3 ECTS 6 Education Language Turkish Type: Compulsory/ Elective Elective

Practice Hour 0

Mail : [email protected] Web : Mail : Web :

Course Aim

Course Goals

This course is to acquaint the students with fundemental concepts of Engineering mathematics.

Course Learning Outputs and Proficiencies

Course Basic and Auxiliary Contexts

- Bayrakçi E., 1991, Lineer sistemlerin mühendislik matematii - Kreyszig E., 1988, Advanced Engineering mathematics - Fogiel M., 1997, Handbook of mathematical, scientific and Engineering formulas

Methods of Give a Lecture

Theory exposition, question-answer If Avaible, to Sign (x) 1. Quiz 2. Quiz 3. Quiz X General Average Percentage (%) Rate 40

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Semester Course Plan Week 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Subjects First degree differential equations and examples of equation solution, Electrical circuits and physics problems. Second degree differential equations free swing equations Cauchy theorem Cagrance variation theorem, Particular derivative differential equation, Second degree particular derivative differential equation, Fourier method, bring out of heat diffusion equation by fourier methot, Examination Unique dimension problem of physics and their solution methods, Integral transformations and bessel equation, Finite integral transformation and using them to particular derivative differential equation, Helmhols equation, integral transformations and using them to mathematical physics problem solution, Two and three dimensional problems of mathematical physics Two and three dimensional problems of mathematical physics

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AFYON KOCATEPE UNIVERSITY

NATUREL AND APPLIED SCIENCES INSTITUTE COURSE IDENTIFICATION FORM

Course Code and Name: MLZ 602-Unshaped (Monolithic) Refractories Semester II Prerequisite (s) Instructor Course Assistant Groups / Classes Theoretic Hour 3 Practice Hour None Prof. Dr. Ö. Faruk Emrullaholu Ass. Prof. Dr. C. Betül Abi None Mail : [email protected] Web : http://www2.aku.edu.tr Mail : [email protected] Web : Total Hour 3 Department / Department of : Material Science and Engineering Credits 3 ECTS 6 Language of Instruction n Turkish Type: Compulsory/ Elective Elective

Course Aim

This course aims to provide the studients with general and practical knowledge related to the properties of unshaped (monolithic) refractories, forming, drying, sintering and characterization of unshaped (monolithic) refractories.

Course Goals

Teaches theory and practical of unshaped (monolithic) refractories

Course Learning Outs and Proficiencies

At the end of this course, the studients can produce some unshaped (monolithic) refractory products.

Methods of Giving Lecture

Course Basic and Auxiliary Contexts

ALLEN T. (1968) "Particle Size Measurement", Chalman and Hall Ltd. London. IRANI, R. R. And CALLIS C.F.(1963)," Particle Size Measurement", "Interpretation and Application", Wiley. N. Y. Herdon G. (1960) "Small Particle Statistics" Buttrr Worths, London ORR C., and DALLAVALIE (1960) "Fine Particle Measurement" Mac Millian, N.Y. CARNGLIA S. C., and BARNA G.L., Gordon L. Bama(1992) "Handbook of Industrial Refractories Technology", Principles, Types, Properties and Applications, NOYES Publication, New Jersy, USA. LEE W.E., Refractories, Universty of Sheffield. U.K. Interactive lectures

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2. Quiz 3. Quiz 4. Quiz 5. Quiz Oral Examination Practice Examination (Laboratory, Project etc.) Final Examination X 60

Semester Course Plan

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Classification of refractories (aspect of application), high, medium and low alumina products, siliceous and silica products, basic (magnesia, magnesia-chrome and chromite, forsterite and dolomite), special products (carbon, graphite,zircon, zirconia, SiC, carbides, nitrides, borides) Classification of refractories (aspect of production), shaped, unshaped (monolitic) ,type of bonding Particle mechanics , determination of basic properties of particle and particulate materials (size, shape, density etc), calculation of shape equivalent diameter, particle size distribution and its effect on bulk density, porosity and packing of particles, Aggregate materials, used at the castable refractories recipes. production techniques and properties, Sinter Bauxite, Andalusite, Tabular Aluminas, fused or sintered Al2O3, Mullite, MgO, and spinel (MgCr2O4, MgAl2O4). Aggregate materials, used at the castable refractories recipes. production techniques and properties SiC, Hibonit (CA6). Binding types for unshaped refractories. Organic-chemical, inorganic-chemical, hydraulic binder, ceramic binder. Hydratable and reactive aluminas, mono, bi and multimodal size distribution, CA Cements. Quiz Powder Packing. Theory and application, Funk and Dinger (1994) equations Dispersing Aluminas, usage and effects on rheological bahaviour, flow (%) or spread diameter. Monolithic Installation, shaping. Drying and sintering, Microstructure Developments, Standard test methods. Behaviour of the samples against to thermal, mechanical and chemical loads, strength, creep resistance and corrosion resistance. Unshaped refractory mortars examples, applications.

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1 An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering An ability to design experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret outcomes An ability to design a process An abillity to function multi-disciplinary projects An ability to identify engineering problems An understanding of ethical responsibility An ability to communicate effectively in turkish An ability to have a broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions An ability to engage in life-long learning An ability to learn inidividually An ability to use the techniques and modern engineering tools An ability to have a knowledge of contemporary issues An ability to adapt to changing conditions An ability to examine and develop a system

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AFYON KOCATEPE UNIVERSITY

NATUREL AND APPLIED SCIENCES INSTITUTE COURSE IDENTIFICATION FORM

Course Code and Name: MLZ 603 Non Oxide Ceramics Semester I-II Prerequisite (s) Instructor Course Assistant Groups / Classes Theoretic Hour 3 Practice Hour None Prof. Dr. Ö. Faruk Emrullaholu Ass. Prof. Dr. C. Betül Abi None Mail : [email protected] Web : http://www2.aku.edu.tr Mail : [email protected] Web : Total Hour 3 Department / Department of : Material Science and Engineering Credits 3 ECTS 6 Language of Instruction n Turkish Type: Compulsory/ Elective Elective

Course Aim

This course aims to provide the studients with general and practical knowledge related to the properties and production of non oxide ceramics,

Course Goals

Teaches properties, production and application of carbides, nitrides, borides and sialon ceramics

Course Learning Outs and Proficiencies

Understanding production of non oxide ceramics via carbothermic reduction method

A. W. Weimer (1992)Carbide, Nitride and Nitride Materials Synthesis and Processing, Chapman&Hall R. Kieffer, F. Benosevsky (1963) , Hartstoffe, Springer-Verlag T. Y. Kosolapova (1971), Carbides Properties, Production and Application, Plenum Press S. Hempshire, K. H. Jack (1991), British Ceramic Association, The Kinetics of Densification and Phase Transformation of Nitrogen Ceramics M. Mori, H. Inoue, T. Ochial (1983), Nitrogen Ceramics, Martinus Nijhoff Publishers K.Komeya (1988) , Fine Ceramics, Edited by Shinroku Satio Fin. S. Somiya (1989), Advanced Technical Ceramics, Academic Press T.Ishii, A. Sano, I. Imai (1990), Silicon Nitride-1, Elsevier Applied Science V. I. Matkoviç (1977) "Boron and refractory borides", Spring Verlag, Berlin, New York

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Methods of Giving Lecture

Interactive lectures

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2. Quiz 3. Quiz 4. Quiz 5. Quiz Oral Examination Practice Examination (Laboratory, Project etc.) Final Examination X 60

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Introduction, Current status, trends and critical characteristics Properties, production and application of carbides Chromium carbides, Tungsten carbides, Boron carbides, Vanadium carbides, Titanium carbides, Silicon carbides Properties, production and application of nitrides Boron nitrides, Titanium nitrides, Chromium nitrides Tungsten nitrides, Vanadium nitrides, Silicon nitrides Quiz Properties, production and application of borides Titanium borides, Vanadium borides, Calcium hegza boride, Chromium borides, Tungsten borides Properties, production and application of SiAlON Properties, production and application of AlON Complex Systems of Metals, Carbides, Nitrides and Borides

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1 An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering An ability to design experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret outcomes An ability to design a process An abillity to function multi-disciplinary projects An ability to identify engineering problems An understanding of ethical responsibility An ability to communicate effectively in turkish An ability to have a broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions An ability to engage in life-long learning An ability to learn inidividually An ability to use the techniques and modern engineering tools An ability to have a knowledge of contemporary issues An ability to adapt to changing conditions An ability to examine and develop a system

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AFYON KOCATEPE UNIVERSITY

NATUREL AND APPLIED SCIENCES INSTITUTE COURSE IDENTIFICATION FORM

Course Code and Name: Department / Department of :

MLZ 604-Cement Concrete Characterization&Design

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Material Science & Engineering

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Assoc. Prof. Dr. Taner Kavas

Mail : [email protected] Web : http://www.aku.edu.tr

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Course Aim

Determining technical properties related with Cement & concrete materials, and improving ability to design concrete and cement in required areas.

Course Goals

Characterizing the physical chemical and mechanical damages of concrete in service conditions. Designing appropriate production flowchart for cement and concrete have required properties so producing suitable material.

- Material selection and design in the scope of information of the basic material science courses, -Obtaing ability to design and characterization methods perform to cement and concrete materials. -Improving information to commend on Characterization datas. -Determing conditions to design new materials and gaining the ability about desingning., -Determining the basic design methods. -inter-relating raw material and additive properties and determining requirements. -Gaining ability to trouble shot in designing and training to uses information it those cases. - Improving industrial corporation with cement concrete firms and satisfying needs of these firms -Gaining ability to make innovative literature researching in team coorparation -Reporting the characterization and designing datas and commend on these reports

Course Learning Outs and Proficiencies

Course Books:

-Understanding Cement, Nick Winter, WHD Microanalysis Consultants Limited 8 Acer Road, Rendlesham, Suffolk IP12 2GA, United Kingdom - Ferro-cement: design, techniques, and application, Bruce Bingham, Cornell Maritime Press; First edition (1974), ISBN-10: 0870331787 -Concrete Mix Design and Test Methods, Irving Kett, CRC Press; 1 edition November 29, 1999 -Concrete Design, Sarah Gaventa, Mitchell Beazley (October 15, 2001) ISBN-10: 1840004045. - Mix Design Methods for Asphalt Concrete/MS-2 Author: Woodworth et.al. Hardcover / Published 1994. - Reinforced concrete: design theory and examples, P. Bhatt, Thomas Joseph MacGinley,B. S. Choo - Materials and Design: The Art and Science of Material Selection in Product Design, Michael F. Ashby and Kara Johnson, Publisher: Butterworth-Heinemann; 1 edition (December 24, 2002) -Materials for Design, Victoria Ballard Bell and Patrick Rand, Publisher: Princeton Architectural Press; 1 edition (July 30, 2006) ISBN-10: 1568985584

Methods of Give a Lecture

Course Basic and Auxiliary Contexts

Theoretical Exposition, Questions and Answers

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Receipt designing and determining the receipt- performance relations Receipt designing for cement production and determining the receipt- performance relations Cement types and selection criteria's for using areas Determining characterization techniques for cementous materials Receipt designing for concrete production and determining the receipt- performance relations Concrete types and selection criteria's for using areas 1st exam

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Cement failure examination and designing characterization again Determination cement type and service area Concrete failure examination and designing characterization again Designing concrete samples Commend on cement characterization datas and verification Commend on cement characterization datas and verification Final Exams

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1 Application skill of Mathematics, science and engineering knowledge Experiment envision, experiment, analyzing and interpreting skill of experiment results A system, item or process envision skill to provide desirable requirements Working skill between branches of knowledge teams? Defining, formulating and solving skill of engineering problems Professional and ethic responsibility conscious Dynamic Communicating Skill Adequate training to understand engineering problems on universal and social aspects Lifetime learning necessity conscious Introduction about time matters Using skill of required techniques, talents and modern tools for engineering applications With technical excursions and stages, educating graduates that have knowledge on industrial applications X X X X X X X X Course Contribution

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Prepared by : Assoc. Prof. Dr. Taner Kavas

Date :28.11.2011

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AFYON KOCATEPE UNIVERSITY

INSTITUTES OF NATURAL AND APPLIED SCIENCES COURSE IDENTIFICATION FORM

Course Code and Name: MLZ 605-ELECTRONIC MATERIALS Semester SPRING Prerequisite (s) Instructor Course Assistant Groups / Classes Theoretic Hour 3 Asst. Prof. Dr. Metin ÖZGÜL Mail : [email protected] Web : www2.aku.edu.tr/~metinozgul Mail : Web : Practice Hour 0 Total Hour 3 Department of : MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING Credits 3 ECTS 6 Language of Instruction TURKISH Type: Compulsory/ Elective Elective

Course Aim

This course is intended to provide a background to students who need insight into the elementary principles of electricity for the processing and understanding of the electronic materials in today's many innovative applications. -Build a sound knowledge on understanding the working principles of a variety of electronic devices -To make correlations between synthesis and processing conditions and materials performance in service conditions -Teaching basics of materials design for specific applications based on a sound knowledge on electronic properties of materials -Preparing the students to apply the knowledge of materials properties to materials selection problems -To understand basic mechanisms limiting the use of electronic devices in various environments. -Knowledge of major electronic properties -Understanding structure ­ property relationship in electronic materials, -Determining influence of processing conditions on electronic properties, -Being able to measure and analyze electronic properties; - Effects on temperature on electronic behaviour of electronic materials -Understanding working principles of novel electronic devices

Course Learning Outs and Proficiencies

Course Goals

-R. E. Hummel, Electronic Properties of Materials, 3rd ed., Springer, 2000 -R.C. Buchanan, Ceramic Materials for Electronics, 2nd ed., Marcel Dekker Inc. 1991 -A.J. Moulson, J.M. Herbert, Electroceramics: Materials-PropertiesApplications, Chapman & Hall 1996 -W.D. Callister, Materials Science and Engineering-An Introduction, 5th ed. John Wiley & Sons 2000 -L. Solymar and D. Walsh, Lectures on the Electrical Properties of Materials, 3rd ed. Oxford Sci. Pub. 1986 -Selected papers Interactive lectures by the lecturer

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Assessment Criteria

Course Basic and Auxiliary Contexts

2. Quiz 3. Quiz 4. Quiz 5. Quiz Oral Examination Practice Examination (Laboratory, Project etc.) Final Examination x 60

Semester Course Plan

Week 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Electronic structure of different materials Basic electrical concepts: electric field effect, Hall effect, Free electron theory of metals Factors determining electronic properties in solids Influence of processing conditions on electronic properties Resistivity measurements and influence of temperature on conductivity The band theory of solids and Semiconductors Direct gap and indirect gap transitions n-type and p-type semiconductors Operation Principles of semiconductor devices Dielectric materials Ferroelectric and Piezoelectric materials Polarization mechanisms and P-E Hysteresis behavior Superconductivity Novel memory devices (NVRAM)

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1 Building the ability of using the knowledge of math, science, and engineering Experiment design, making experiments, ability of analyzing and evaluation of experimental results Designing a system, product, or process from required components for a specific application Ability of interdisciplinar study in a team Ability of defining and solving engineering problems Consciousness of professional and ethical responsibility Efficient communication ability (Turkish and English) Common wide education providing the opportunities to understand the universal and social effects of engineering approaches Consciousness of need for life-long education Being aware of current social problems around the world Ability of using novel methods and techniques for engineering applications Ability of designing a system, product, or process from required components for a specific application using a variety of materials best fitting the needs. Having the knowledge of modifying microstructure-property relationships and developing novel synthesis, shaping, and machining products for both national and international needs. Preparing students for post-graduate work life via technical trips and internships which would contribute their experience for novel industrial applications Preparing students for other courses of undergraduate program and helping them to apply basic principles of materials science to product developments and design processes Preparing students with critical and analytical thought ability Date : 25 November 2011 X X X X X Course Contribution

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AFYON KOCATEPE UNIVERSITY

INSTITUTES OF NATURAL AND APPLIED SCIENCES COURSE IDENTIFICATION FORM

Course Code and Name: MLZ 606-NANOFIBERS Semester Theoretic Hour 3 Prerequisite (s) Instructor Course Assistant Groups / Classes Practice Hour 0 Total Hour 3 Department of : Materials Science and Engineering Type: Compulsory/ Elective Elective

Credits 3

ECTS 6

Language of Instruction Turkish

Assist. Prof. Dr. Atilla Evcin Res. Assist. Abdullah Küçük

Mail : [email protected] Web : www2.aku.edu.tr/~evcin Mail : Web :

Course Aim

Giving the concepts and techniques of nanomaterials. Introduction of new nanomaterials.

Course Goals

Having information about the applications of nanotechnology nanofibers

Course Learning Outs and Proficiencies

Students find the latest developments in Nanotechnology aplications: materials, electronics, energy, and other science.

Nanofibers, Edited by Ashok Kumar, Intech, Croatia, 2010 Nanofibers: Fabrication, Performance, and Applications, Editor W.N. Chang, Nova Science Publishers, New York, 2009 Nanofibers and nanotechnology in textiles, Edited by P. J. Brown and K. Stevens, Woodhead Publishing Ltd Cambridge, England, 2007 Nanotubes and Nanofibers, Editor:Yury Gogotsi, CRC Press, USA, 2006 Advances in Nanofibre Research, Akbar K. Haghi, Gennady Zaikov, iSmithers, UK, 2011 Electrospinning, Jon Stanger, Nick Tucker and Mark Staiger, Rapra, 2005 Electrospun Nanofibres and Their Applications Ji-Huan He, Yong Liu, Lu-Feng Mo, Yu-Qin Wan and Lan, iSmithers, UK, 2008 An Introduction to Electrospinning and Nanofibers, Seeram Ramakrishna, Kazutoshi Fujihara, Wee-Eong Teo.Teik-Cheng Lim & Zuwei Ma , World Scientific, Singapore, 2005

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Methods of Giving Lecture

Lectures, practice, discussion

If Avaible, to Sign (x) 1. Quiz x General Average Percentage (%) Rate 30

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Semester Course Plan

Week 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Nanotechnology and Nanofibers Nanofiber Prodution Techniques Basics Relevant to Electrospinning : Materials Classes (Polymer, Composites, Ceramic) Basics Relevant to Electrospinning : Solution Property (Surface Tension, Polymer Solubility, Viscosity, Volatility (Evaporation) of Solution, Conductivity of Solution) Basics Relevant to Electrospinning : Polymer Solution Parameters (Molecular Weight and Solution Viscosity, Surface Tension, Solution Conductivity, Dielectric Effect of Solvent) Basics Relevant to Electrospinning : Processing Conditions (Voltage, Feedrate, Temperature, Effect of Collector, Diameter of Pipette Orifice / Needle, Distance Between Tip and Collector Basics Relevant to Electrospinning : Ambient Parameters (Humidity, Type of Atmosphere, Pressure) EXAM Creation of Different Nanofibers : Porous, Flattened or Ribbon-Like, Branched, Helical, Hollow Characterization of Nanofibers : Morphology Characterization of Nanofibers : Molecular Structure Characterization of Nanofibers : Mechanical Properties Application of Nanofibers : Mebranes, Medical Applications, Textile Application, Energy and Electrical Applications Application of Nanofibers : Sensors, Composite Reinforced, Industrial Applications

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ability for individual research work on the field of nanosciences and nanotechnologies, ability to research, select and organize information, as well as synthesize solution and anticipate their consequences, mastering of research methods, procedures and processes, development of critical and self-critical assessment, ability to use knowledge in practice, autonomy in professional work, as well as responsible and creative performance of activities, development of communication abilities and skills, particularly for communication in international environment, ethical reflection and commitment to professional ethics and regulations, cooperativeness, work on joint assignments and problems within a group and in international environment knowing the basic laboratory and spectroscopic techniques in nanoscience and nanotechnology, understanding the systems at atomic and molecular scale, ability to combine various skills and knowledge to identify and analyze nanotechnological issues, ability to analyze ethical aspects of practices, institutions and valuations associated with nanotechnology, continuing research & development work in the field of nanotechnology, knowing the concepts of nanotechnology,

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AFYON KOCATEPE UNIVERSITY

INSTITUTES OF NATURAL AND APPLIED SCIENCES COURSE IDENTIFICATION FORM

Course Code and Name: MLZ 607-SOLIDIFICATION Theoretic Hour 3 Prerequisite (s) Instructor Course Assistant Groups / Classes Practice Hour 0 Total Hour 3 Department of : Materials Science and Engineering Type: Compulsory/ Elective Elective

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Language of Instruction Turkish

Asst.Prof. Dr. Aytekin Hitit

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This course aims to teach Ph.D. students of department of Materials Science and Engineering mechanisms of solidification pure metals and alloys and apply this knowledge to other systems which they might encounter.

To ensure that students learn; 1. Solidification of pure metals 2. Homogeneous and heterogeneous nucletion Course Goals 3. Factors affecting solidification of alloys 4. Solidification of eutectic alloys 5. How microstructure might develop 6. How solidification rate is determined 7. Hizli katilama sonucunda elde edilen mikroyapilar hakkinda bilgi verir 8. Microstructures of the rapidly solidified alloys Course Learning Outs and Proficiencies Learning; 1. Solidification of pure metals 2. Homogeneous and heterogeneous nucletion 3. Factors affecting solidification of alloys 4. Solidification of eutectic alloys 5. How microstructure might develop 6. How solidification rate is determined 7. Microstructures of the rapidly solidified alloys

Course Basic and Auxiliary Contexts

1. Aytekin Hitit, Solidification Lecture Notes, Afyon Kocatepe Üniversity 2011 (in Turkish) Auxiliary Contexts: 1. W. Kurz, D. J. Fisher, Fundamentals of Solidification , Trans Tech Publications(4th edition) 1998 (English), 2. D.M.Stefanescu, Science and Engineering of Casting Solidification, Springer 2002 (English), 3. S.H. Davis, M. J. Ablowitz, S. H. Davis, E. J. Hinch, A. Iserles, J. Ockendon, P. J. Olver, Theory of Solidification, Cambridge University Press (1st edition) 2001 (English)

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Heat extraction, solidification microstructures, solute redistribution. Atom transfer at the Solid-Liquid interface. Morphological instability of the Solid-Liquid interface. Morphology and crystallography of dendrites, diffusion field at the tip of a needle-like crystal. Inter-dendritic spacing after directional or equiaxed growth. Regular and irregular eutectics, coupled growth. Competitive growth of dendrites and eutectics, peritectic growth. Midterm examination Mass-balance in directional solidification, microsegregation. Rapid solidification. Thermodynamics of rapid solidification. Rapid solidification of eutectics. Formation of metallic glasses Project presentations

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Date : 05.12.2011

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AFYON KOCATEPE UNIVERSITY

INSTITUTES OF NATURAL AND APPLIED SCIENCES COURSE IDENTIFICATION FORM

Course Code and Name: MLZ 608FRACTURE AND TOUGHENING OF CERAMIC MATERIALS Semester III Prerequisite (s) Instructor Course Assistant Groups / Classes Theoretic Hour 3 Asst. Prof. Dr. C. Betül AB Mail :[email protected] Web : Mail : Web : Practice Hour 0 Total Hour 3 Department of : MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING Language of Instruction TURKISH Type: Compulsory/ Elective Elective

Credits 3

ECTS 6

Course Aim

This course is intended to provide a background to students who need insight into the principles of determining the fracture toughness of ceramic materials and toughening mechanisms.

Course Goals

-To investigate the fracture behavior of advanced ceramic materials - To investigate the fracture toughness measurement techniques in ceramic materials - Teaching the touhening techniques of ceramic materials.

Course Learning Outs and Proficiencies

- Knowledge of major mechanical properties ceramic materials - Determining influence of processing conditions on fracture properties, - Being able to measure and analyze fracture toughness of ceramic materials

Course Basic and Auxiliary Contexts -

Munz D., Fett T., "Ceramics-Mechanical Properties, Failure Behaviour, Materials Selection", Springer Series in Materials Science 36, 1999 Anderson T.L., "Solutions Manuel for Fracture Mechanics, Fundamentals and Applications", CRC Press, New York, 1995 Wachtman, J.B., 1996, "Mechanical Properties of Ceramics", Wiley Blackwell Publisher, 472 p. Stevens, R., 1986, "Zirconia and Zirconia Ceramics", Magnesium Elektron Ltd., Manchester, 56 p. Badwal S.P.S., Bannister M.J., Hannink R.H.J., "Science and Technology of Zirconia", Technomic Publishing Co.

Methods of Giving Lecture

Interactive lectures by the lecturer

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Fundamentals; Linear Elastic Fracture Mechanics, Rising Crack Growth Resistance Experimental Methods for the Determination of Mode-I Fracture Toughness KIc ; the edge ­ cracked bending bar, Specimens with chevron notches Specimens with Knoop indentation crack, Vickers indentation cracks. Comparison of different specimen types Experimental Methods for the determination of mode-II and mixed mode fracture toughness; Bending test with bars containing oblique notches, three point bending test with an eccentric notch Diametral compression test, surface flaws in mixed mode loading, mixed mode criteria and experimental results R-curve behaviour; experimental observation, results for different materials, Effect of geometry and loading conditions, work-of-fracture, comparison of macro and microcracks Midterm exam Determination of R-curves; specimens with microcracs, specimens with vickers indentations

9 10 11 12 13 14

Reasons for R-curve behaviour, influence of R-curves on strength Fabrication of toughened ceramics Toughening techniques of ceramic materials; microcracking Toughening techniques of ceramic materials; stress induced transformation toughening Toughening techniques of ceramic materials; stress induced transformation toughening

Relations with Course Department Advantages

Course Contribution

Programme Advantages

Building the ability of using the knowledge of math, science, and engineering Experiment design, making experiments, ability of analyzing and evaluation of experimental results Designing a system, product, or process from required components for a specific application Ability of interdisciplinar study in a team

None

Partially

Full Contrib ution

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3

X

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X

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Ability of defining and solving engineering problems

X

6

Consciousness of professional and ethical responsibility

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7

Efficient communication ability (Turkish and English) Common wide education providing the opportunities to understand the universal and social effects of engineering approaches Consciousness of need for life-long education

X

8

X

9

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10

Being aware of current social problems around the world Ability of using novel methods and techniques for engineering applications

X

11

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12

13

14

Ability of designing a system, product, or process from required components for a specific application using a variety of materials best fitting the needs. Having the knowledge of modifying microstructureproperty relationships and developing novel synthesis, shaping, and machining products for both national and international needs. Preparing students for post-graduate work life via technical trips and internships which would contribute their experience for novel industrial applications Preparing students for other courses of undergraduate program and helping them to apply basic principles of materials science to product developments and design processes Preparing students with critical and analytical thought ability

X

X

X

15

X

Prepared by : Asst. Prof. Dr. C. Betül AB

Date : 05.12.2011

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AFYON KOCATEPE UNIVERSITY

INSTITUTES OF NATURAL AND APPLIED SCIENCES COURSE IDENTIFICATION FORM

Course Code and Name: MLZ 609Department of:

POROUS MATERIALS TECHNOLOGY

Semester Theoretic Hour Practice Hour Total Hour

MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING

Credits ECTS Language of Instruction Type: Compulsory/ Elective

3

Prerequisite (s) Instructor Course Assistant Groups / Classes

0 None

3

3

6

Turkish

Elective

Asst.Prof. Dr. Süleyman AKPINAR None Single Group

Mail: [email protected] Web: Mail: Web:

Course Aim

This course is intended to provide a background to students who need insight into the processing routes, properties and applications of the porous materials.

Course Goals

-To compare the advantages and disadvantages of processing routes of variety porous materials -To make correlations between processing conditions performance in service conditions and materials

-Teaching basics of materials design for specific applications based on a sound knowledge on properties of materials -Determining of processing conditions depend on materials performance in service conditions -Understanding macro and micro structure ­ property relationship in porous materials -Being able to measure and analyze properties of porous materials Ishizaki, K., Komarneni, S. and Nanko, M., Porous Materials: Process Technology and Applications, Kluwer Academic Publisher, 1998 Duncan W. Bruce, Richard Walton, Dermot O'Hare, Porous Materials , John Wiley & Sons Inc., 2010 Lorna J. Gibson and Michael F. Ashby, Cellular Solids: Structure and Properties, Cambridge University Press; 2nd ed., 1999 Michael Scheffler and Paolo Colombo, Cellular Ceramics: Structure, Manufacturing, Properties and Applications, Wiley-VCH; 1st ed., 2005

Course Basic and Auxiliary Contexts

Course Learning Outs and Proficiencies

Methods of Giving Lecture

Interactive lectures by the lecturer

If Avaible, to Sign (x) 1. Quiz X General Average Percentage (%) Rate 40

Assessment Criteria

2. Quiz 3. Quiz 4. Quiz 5. Quiz Oral Examination Practice Examination (Laboratory, Project etc.) Final Examination X 60

Semester Course Plan

Week 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

Subjects

Definition and classification of porous materials Structural properties of porous materials Application of porous materials Material selection and process design in porous materials Producing of porous materials by replication process Producing of porous materials by foaming process Producing of porous materials by powder metallurgy process Midterm examination Effect of processing conditions on the structure and performance of materials Sintering process of porous materials Microstructural eveluation of porous materials Mechanical, thermal and pyhsical properties of porous materials Experimental techniques for the characterization of porous materials Project presentations

Relations with Course Department Advantages

Course Contribution

Programme Advantages

1 2 Building the ability of using the knowledge of math, science, and engineering Experiment design, making experiments, ability of analyzing and evaluation of experimental results Designing a system, product, or process from required components for a specific application Ability of interdisciplinar study in a team Ability of defining and solving engineering problems Consciousness of professional and ethical responsibility Efficient communication ability (Turkish and English) Common wide education providing the opportunities to understand the universal and social effects of engineering approaches Consciousness of need for life-long education Being aware of current social problems around the world Ability of using novel methods and techniques for engineering applications Ability of designing a system, product, or process from required components for a specific application using a variety of materials best fitting the needs. Having the knowledge of modifying microstructure-property relationships and developing novel synthesis, shaping, and machining products for both national and international needs. Preparing students for post-graduate work life via technical trips and internships which would contribute their experience for novel industrial applications Preparing students for other courses of undergraduate program and helping them to apply basic principles of materials science to product developments and design processes Preparing students with critical and analytical thought ability

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Partially

Full Contribution

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X X X X X X X X X

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X

14

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15

X Date : 30 November 2011

Prepared by : Asst. Prof. Dr. Süleyman AKPINAR

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AFYON KOCATEPE UNIVERSITY

INSTITUTES OF NATURAL AND APPLIED SCIENCES COURSE IDENTIFICATION FORM

Course Code and Name: MLZ 610- Properties of Inorganic Glasses Theoretic Hour 3 Prerequisite (s) Instructor Course Assistant Groups / Classes Practice Hour 0 None Asst. Prof. Dr. Ziya Özgür Yazici Mail : [email protected] Web : www2.aku.edu.tr/~zyazici Mail : Web : Total Hour 3 Department of : Materials Science and Engineering

Semester

Credits 3

ECTS 6

Language of Instruction Turkish

Type: Compulsory/ Elective Elective

Glass materials have many technical applications as well as commonly used in daily life. Amorphous alloys (metallic glasses) are also remarkable because of their attractive properties and potential applications. Glass+crystal structures produced by controlled crystallization of glass materials appears to be a target to achieve the desired properties and characteristics. This course is intended to teach the properties, production and characterization various types of glass materials and their composites produced by controlled heating process to the studients

Course Aim

- Understanding of production process-structure-properties relationships in glassy materials - Pointing out of limitations to obtain amorphous structure in production conditions and utilization of amorphous materials - Learning of vitrification and crystallization processes with controlled conditions to obtain desired properties - To learn the critical points for synthesis and stability limiting factors Preparing students with a sound knowledge in the following subjects; - Production methods of glass materials (including metallic glasses) - Glass forming ability and stability of glass, - Controlled crystallization process in glass-ceramics and metallic glass - Chemical composition-process parameters-properties relationships - Thermal analysis and microstructural characterizations

Course Learning Outs and Proficiencies

Course Goals

Methods of Giving Lecture

Course Basic and Auxiliary Contexts

Shelby, J. E., Introduction to Glass Science and Technology, The Royal Society of Chemistry, 1997 Pincus, A. G. and Davies, D, H., Raw Materials in the Glass Industry, Part III, Ashlee Publishing Co, Inc., 1983 The Glasses and Glass-Ceramics, M.H.Lewis, Basimevi: Chapman and Hall, 1989 Günay V., Yilmaz ., Cam-Seramikler Bilim ve Teknolojisi, Tübitak, MAM, 2010 Miller M., Liaw P.K, Bulk metallic glasses: an overview, Springer, 2007 Pye L.D, Montenero A., Joseph I., Properties of Glass Forming Melts, Taylor & Francis, 2005 Donald I.W., Waste Immobilization in Glass and Ceramic Based Hosts, John Wiley & Sons, 2010 Eric Le Bourhis, Glass: mechanics and technology, Wiley-VCH, 2008 Selected publications from scientific literature Interactive lectures

If Avaible, to Sign (x) 1. Quiz X General Average Percentage (%) Rate 40

Assessment Criteria

2. Quiz 3. Quiz 4. Quiz 5. Quiz Oral Examination Practice Examination (Laboratory, Project etc.) Final Examination X 60

Semester Course Plan

Week 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Introduction Definitions of amorphous and glassy structures Mechanisms of nucleation and growth Theories of Glass Formation Types of glasses and batch (recipe) calculations Synthesis of metallic glasses (amorphous alloys) Evaluation of glass forming ability and metallic glasses

Subjects

8 9 10 11 12 13 14

Midterm Examination Glass-ceramics (including metallic glass matrix composites) and heat treatments Microstructure characterization of glass-ceramics and metallic glass composites Properties of glasses, glass-ceramics and metallic glasses Properties of glasses, glass-ceramics and metallic glasses Properties of glasses, glass-ceramics and metallic glasses Novel and potential application areas of inorganic amorphous materials

Relations with Course Department Advantages

Course Contribution

Programme Advantages

None

Partially

Full Contrib ution

1

Skills of applying basic sciences and engineering knowledge

X

2

Capacity of designing and conducting of an experiment, analysing the results and making comments

X

3

Designing skills of a system, part or process fulfilling the requirements

X

4

Capability of working in an interdisciplinary squad

X

5

Skills of identifying, formulating and solving engineering problems

X

6

Consciousness of profession and ethical responsibility

X

7

Effective communication skill (in Turkish and English)

X

8

Education to understand the effects of engineering solutions in the universal and social dimensions

X

9

Consciousness of life-long learning

X

10

Knowledge about the problems of the century

X

11

Usage skills of modern equipments, facilities and techniques required for engineering applications

X

13

To raise graduates who experienced visual industrial contacts during their technical factory visits and summer studies in the relevant sector.

X

Prepared by :Asst. Prof. Dr. Ziya Özgür YAZICI

Date :02.11.2011

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AFYON KOCATEPE UNIVERSITY

INSTITUTES OF NATURAL AND APPLIED SCIENCES COURSE IDENTIFICATION FORM

Course Code and Name: MLZ-611 Plasma Assisted Surface Processing Semester Theoretic Hour 3 Practice Hour 0 Total Hour 3 Department / Department of Material Science and Engineering Type: Education Compulsor Credits ECTS Language y/ Elective 3 6 Turkish Elective

I Prerequisite (s) Instructor

Assoc. Prof. Dr. ükrü Taktak

Course Assistant Groups / Classes Course Aim one group

Mail : takt[email protected] Web : Mail : Web :

Main goal of this course to give general information about plasma assisted surface technologies and to earn reseach skills through research homework

Course Goals

For graduate students, this course teaches principles of plasma assisted surface processes and application areas for tribological applications.

Course Learning Outs and Proficiencies

1. Gives theoretical and practical information about plasma and its applications 2. Explains consideration of plasma assisted surface processes in industrial applications 3. Defines that how plasma assisted surface processes can be applied for various metals and tribological applications.

Course Basic and Auxiliary Contexts

Plasma assisted surface technologies textnotes, Ass. Prof. Dr. ükrü Taktak, AKÜ, Technical Edu. Fac. Proposed contexts 1. Karadeniz, S., Plasma techniques, (in Turkish) Makine müh. Odasi, Ankara, 1990. 2. Upadhya, K. Ed., Plasma and laser processing of materials, TMS pres, 1991. Lectures If Avaible, to Sign (x) 1. Quiz x General Average Percentage (%) Rate 40

Methods of Give a Lecture

Assessment Criterias

2. Quiz 3. Quiz 4. Quiz 5. Quiz Oral Examination Practice Examination (Laboratory, Project etc.) Final Examination

x

60

Semester Course Plan Week 1 Subjects Introduction: a) Surface engineering and metal surfaces b) Wear and wear failures in metals c) Plasma assisted surface modification techniques Plasma a) definition of plasma and elements of plasma b) glow discharge mechanism c) properties and types of plasma Plasma (continue) a) application areas of plasma b) special methods with plasma c) surface treatment with plasma Plasma carburizing a) fundamental principles b) advantages, disadvantages and its application of method c) tribological behaviour of plasma carburized steels Plasma nitriding a) theoretical mechanism of plasma nitriding b) surface microstructure of plasma nitrided steels c) process parameter of plasma niitriding Plasma nitriding (continue) a) advantages and disadvantages of plasma nitriding b) tribological behaviour of plasma nitrided steels Plasma boriding a) theoretical mechanism of plasma boriding b) surface microstructure of plasma borided steels c) process parameter of plasma boriding

2

3

4

5

6

7

8 9

Midterm exam Plasma boriding (continue) a) plasma paste boriding a) advantages and disadvantages of plasma boriding c) tribological behaviour of plasma borided steels Plasma assisted CVD method a) principles of CVD method b) CVD technologies Plasma assisted CVD method (continue) a) production of DLC films by CVD technologies b) industrial applications of CVD coatings Plasma assisted PVD method a) principles of PVD method b) PVD technologies Plasma assisted PVD method (continue) a) production of hard films by PVD technologies b) industrial application of PVD coatings Plasma spray technologies a) methods of plasma spray b) coating technologies c) industrial applications of plasma spray technologies

10

11

12

13

14

Relations with Course Department Advantages Course Contribution Programme Advantages Non e Partiall y x Full Contribution

1

Applying ability of material, technological and science information Scientific research, experiment planning, experiment analysis of experiment results and comment ability apply,

2

x

3

Necessary technological processes planning ability with a view to develop of material property Material choose to any mechanical part, technological or heat treatment operation planning ability to material New properties have alloys planning ability by means of material science rules Necessary techniques, capability and modern tools application ability For technological applying Working ability between groups and disciplines x x

x

4

5

6

x

7

x

8

Active communication ability (Turkish and English)

x

9

Production technologies teaching ability to Students of technical high school at Workshop works Applying and demonstration teach ability to individual and group at concerning topics with area Fundamentals teach of materials science to students of Technical high school at occupational education processing Occupational and ethic responsibility conscious To be aware of user-machine-environment interaction with work safety rules Necessary conscious of forever learning Technical excursion and industrial applying by means of apprenticeships knowing to bring graduates up

Prepared by : Assoc. Prof. Dr. ükrü Taktak

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Date : 05.12.2011

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AFYON KOCATEPE UNIVERSITY INSTITUTES OF NATURAL AND APPLIED SCIENCES COURSE IDENTIFICATION FORM

Course Code and Name: MLZ-612 Tribology of Metals Semester Theoretic Hour 3 Practice Hour 0 Total Hour 3

Department / Department of : Material Science and Engineering Cre dit s 3 ECTS 6 Education Language Turkish Type: Compulsor y/ Elective Elective

II Prerequisite (s) Instructor

Assoc. Prof. Dr. ükrü Taktak

Course Assistant Groups / Classes Course Aim one group

Mail : [email protected] Web : Mail : Web :

Main goal of this course to give fundamental information about tribology and tribological systems and to earn reseach skills through research homework

Course Goals

For graduate students, this course teaches wear and friction systems, which is commonly encountered in machine parts, and it gives designing skill for tribological systems.

Course Learning Outs and Proficiencies

1. Introduces tribological system and main parts of tribological systems 2. Explains that how wear and friction, which is output of Tribology, can be reduced 3. Defines failure mechanism and cause of failure in tribological systems.

Course Basic and Auxiliary Contexts

Basic contexts Coatings tribology, K. Holmberg, Elsevier press,1994 Auxiliary contexts: Tribology:friction and wear of engineering materials, I.M.Hutchings, Edward-Arnold press, London, 1992. Lectures If Avaible, to Sign (x) 1. Quiz x General Average Percentage (%) Rate 40

Methods of Give a Lecture

Assessment Criterias

2. Quiz 3. Quiz 4. Quiz 5. Quiz Oral Examination Practice Examination (Laboratory, Project etc.) Final Examination

x

60

Semester Course Plan Week 1 Subjects Introduction: a) definition of tribology b) main and sub components of tribology Surface and surface topography a) measurement of surface topography b) surface roughness and contact between surfaces Tribological system a) main components of wear systems b) wear regimes and factors that influence the wear Wear mechanisms a) adhesive wear b) protection of adhesive wear Wear mechanisms (continue) a) abrasive wear b) protection of abrasive wear Wear mechanisms (continue) a) fatigue wear b) erosive wear Wear mechanisms (continue) a) fretting and grinding wear b) corrosive wear

2

3

4

5

6

7

8 9

Midterm exam Wear experiments and measurement methods a) wear measurement of main and counter parts in lubricated and unlubricated mediums b) wear measurement of counter part under solid, liquid and gas materials Friction a) definition of friction and friction theories b) friction of materials Friction (continue) a) relationship between friction and wear and surface design for low friction b) friction measurement methods Lubrication a) classification of lubrication systems b) properties of lubrications Lubrication (continue) a) liquid lubrications b) solid lubrications Surface engineering in tribology a) surface modification b) surface coatings

10

11

12

13

14

Relations with Course Department Advantages Course Contribution Programme Advantages None and science Partially Full Contributio n

1

Applying ability information

of

material,

technological

x

2

Scientific research, experiment planning, experiment apply, analysis of experiment results and comment ability Necessary technological processes planning ability with a view to develop of material property Material choose to any mechanical part, technological or heat treatment operation planning ability to material New properties have alloys planning ability by means of material science rules Necessary techniques, capability and modern tools application ability For technological applying Working ability between groups and disciplines x

x

3

x

4

x

5

6

x

7

x

8

Active communication ability (Turkish and English)

x

9

Production technologies teaching ability to Students of technical high school at Workshop works Applying and demonstration teach ability to individual and group at concerning topics with area Fundamentals teach of materials science to students of Technical high school at occupational education processing Occupational and ethic responsibility conscious To be aware of user-machine-environment interaction with work safety rules Necessary conscious of forever learning Technical excursion and industrial applying by means of apprenticeships knowing to bring graduates up Prepared by : Assoc. Prof. Dr. ükrü Taktak

x

10

x

11

x

12

x

13

x

14

x

15

x Date : 05.12.2011

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AFYON KOCATEPE UNIVERSITY NATURAL AND APPLIED SCIENCE INSTITUTE COURSE IDENTIFICATION FORM

Course Code and Name: MLZ-613 Corrosion Mechanisms and Failures in Metals Department / Department of : Material Science and Engineering

Semester

Theoretic Hour 3

Practice Hour --

Total Hour 3

Credi ts 3

ECTS 6

Education Language Turkish

I-II Prerequisite (s) Instructor

Type: Compulsor y/ Elective Elective

Assoc. Prof. Dr. ükrü Taktak

Course Assistant Groups / Classes Course Aim one group

Mail : [email protected] Web : Mail : Web :

Main goal of this course to give general information about corrosion mechanisms and failures which occured in metals and to earn reseach skills through research homework

Course Goals

For graduate students, this course teaches the mechanisms of corrosion, which is one of the common failure types, and methods of protection form corrosion.

Course Learning Outs and Proficiencies

1. Explains the corrosion forming mechanisms 2. Explains the types of corrosion failure and the corrosion causes 3. Defines the corrosion protection methods and theirs applications.

Corrrosion and its failures textnotes, Ass. Prof. Dr. ükrü Taktak, AKÜ, Technical Edu. Fac. Proposed contexts 1. Corrosion and corrosion control, Uhlig,H.H., 1967 2. Corrosion and protection, M. Doruk, ODTÜ Yayinlari, 1982 3. Corrosion Engineering, Fortuna M. G., McGroaw-Hill Material Science and Engineering Series, 2003

Course Basic and Auxiliary Contexts

Methods of Give a Lecture

Lectures If Avaible, to Sign (x) General Average Percentage (%) Rate 40

Assessment Criterias

1. Quiz 2. Quiz 3. Quiz 4. Quiz 5. Quiz Oral Examination Practice Examination (Laboratory, Project etc.) Final Examination Subjects

x

x

60

Semester Course Plan Week 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Introduction: Corrosion in Turkey and world and its importance Fundamental mechanisms of corrosion Electochemical and chemical fundamentals Fundamental mechanisms of corrosion (continue) Standard half-cell reactions for metals, galvanic cells Corrosion failures Homogeny corrosion, galvanic corrosion Corrosion failures (continue) crevice corrosion, pitting corrosion, elective corrosion Corrosion failures (continue) Erosion corrosion, intergranüler corrosion, stressed corrosion Corrosion failures (continue) hydrogen failures, biological corrosion and the other corrosion types Midterm exam Corrosion in different mediums corrosion in waters, corrosion in soils and atmospheric corrosion Oxidation oxidation of metals and oxidation mechanisms Corrosion protection methods material selection for corrosion, metallic, organic and inorganic coatings Corrosion protection methods (continue) Cathodic and anodic protection Examination of corrosion failures Usage of optical and scanning electron microscopy Examination of corrosion failures (continue) Chemical tests

Relations with Course Department Advantages Course Contribution Programme Advantages 1 Ability to apply his/her knowledge in materials science, technology and general science Ability to plan and carry out various tests for materials and to interpret and analyze the results Necessary technological processes planning ability with a view to develop of material property Ability to choose materials for any mechanical component, ability to plan technological or heat treatment operations suitable for the material Ability to develop alloys which has newer properties than conventional alloy by use of materials science fundamentals Ability to use appropriate techniques and modern tools for technological applications Ability to work in interdisciplinary groups Active communication ability (Turkish and English) Ability to teach manufacturing technology to vocational high school students Ability to teach subjects in his/her field by demonstrating and applying to individuals and groups of people Ability to teach the fundamentals of materials science to vocational high school students Occupational and ethic responsibility conscious To be aware of user-machine-environment interaction with work safety rules Being conscious of life time learning Having undergraduates who attended technical excursion and industrial applications related to their subjects by means of industrial training Prepared by : Assoc. Prof. Dr. ükrü Taktak x x x x x x x

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15

x Date : 05.12.2011

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AFYON KOCATEPE UNIVERSITY

INSTITUTES OF NATURAL AND APPLIED SCIENCES COURSE IDENTIFICATION FORM

Course Code and Name: MLZ 614- CONCRETE BEHAVIOURS Semester 1-II Prerequisite (s) Instructor Course Assistant Groups / Classes Theoretic Hour 3 Practice Hour Total Hour 3 Department / Department of : Material Science and Engineering Credits 3 ECTS 6 Education Language Turkish Type: Compulsory/ Elective Elective

Assist. Prof. Dr. Osman Ünal

Single

Mail : [email protected] Web : Mail : Web : -

Course Aim

Aim of this Course is, to comprehend of l concretes and concretes behaviors.

Course Goals

To be able to comprehend concrete and concrete compositions, mixture calculations, concrete production and cures, concrete tests and concrete behaviors according to the test results.

Course Learning Outs and Proficiencies

1. Students know concrete and concrete materials. 2. Students can organized the mixture calculation and determine materials amount in concrete producing 3. Students can performed the hardened concrete tests and asses the test results.

1-Onaran K.,(1993),Malzeme Bilimi.,Bilm Teknik yayinevi, stanbul 2-Topçu .B.,(2007) naat Mühendisliinde Malzeme Bilgisi,Eskiehir. 3-Topçu, .B.,(2006),Beton teknolojisi Eskiehir. 4-Erdoan T.Y., (2003) Beton ,ODTÜ Gelitirme vakfi yayincilik ve iletiim A. yayini, Ankara 5-imek O.,(2004), Beton Bileenleri ve beton Deneyleri, ekçin Yayincilik, ISBN 975-8136, Ankara

Course Basic and Auxiliary Contexts

Methods of Give a Lecture

Expression, Didactic Questions, Listening.

If Avaible, to Sign (x) 1. Quiz

General Average Percentage (%) Rate

x x

40 60

Assessment Criterias

2. Quiz 3. Quiz 4. Quiz 5. Quiz Oral Examination Practice Examination (Laboratory, Project etc.) Final Examination

Semester Course Plan

Week 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Introduction Concrete and Concrete Compositions Test about Aggregates Binder Materials Chemical Additives Mixture Calculations Midterm Tests of fresh concrete Hardened Concrete Tests Stres ­ Strain Properties at Materials Asessment of Nondestructive Concrete Tests Relations About Destructive Test Results off Concrete Problems Preperation of Report about Test Results

Subjects

Relations with Course Department Advantages

Course Contribution

Programme Advantages

1 2 Ability of using of Mat, science and engineering Ability of setting up an experiment, and application and analysis and evaluation of the experiment, Ability of sup dividing the procedure giving the right answer for the needs, and control the whole procedure Ability of working with different disciplines and groups To be able to evaluate, formulate and solve of engineering problems. To comprehend of Vocational and technical responsibility Ability of effective communication in English and Turkish. In order to understand the solution of construction Technologies in local and global dimension. To comprehend of life learning needs. To have knowledge of global obstacles. To be able to use of techniques, competences and modern equipments necessary for the construction industry. To have theoretical and practical knowledge, which is necessary for the construction industry, and to be able to use this knowledge's for education and construction industry. To have competence of design and application of construction projects. To graduate students with practical experiences having technical visit and workshops in industry To be able to reach knowledge and use in solving a problem. Ability of taking initiative To have comprehensive education techniques and to be able use of them. Prepared by: Assist. Prof. Dr. Osman Ünal

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