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Syllabus 2022-23 - 13112003 - Materials Science and Engineering (Ciencia e ingeniería de materiales)

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DEGREE: Grado en Ingeniería electrónica industrial (13112003)
FACULTY: SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING OF JAÉN
DEGREE: Doble Grado en Ingeniería mecánica e Ingeniería electrónica industrial (13912003)
FACULTY: SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING OF JAÉN
DEGREE: Grado en Ingeniería eléctrica (13512005)
FACULTY: SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING OF JAÉN
DEGREE: Doble grado en Ingeniería eléctrica e Ingeniería mecánica (13612004)
FACULTY: SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING OF JAÉN
DEGREE: Grado en Ingeniería de organización industrial (13012002)
FACULTY: SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING OF JAÉN
DEGREE: Doble grado en Ingeniería eléctrica e Ingeniería electrónica industrial (13712006)
FACULTY: SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING OF JAÉN
DEGREE: Grado en Ingeniería mecánica (13412002)
FACULTY: SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING OF JAÉN
DEGREE: Doble grado en Ingeniería mecánica e Ingeniería de organización industrial (13812002)
FACULTY: SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING OF JAÉN
ACADEMIC YEAR: 2022-23
COURSE: Materials Science and Engineering
SYLLABUS
1. COURSE BASIC INFORMATION
NAME: Materials Science and Engineering
CODE: 13112003 (*) ACADEMIC YEAR: 2022-23
LANGUAGE: English LEVEL: 0
ECTS CREDITS: 6.0 YEAR: - SEMESTER: PC
2. LECTURER BASIC INFORMATION
NAME: ELICHE QUESADA, DOLORES
DEPARTMENT: U122 - INGENIERÍA QUIM.,AMBIENTAL Y DE LOS MAT.
FIELD OF STUDY: 065 - CIENCIA DE MATERIALES E INGENIERÍA METALÚRGICA
OFFICE NO.: A3 - 029 E-MAIL: deliche@ujaen.es P: 953211861
WEBSITE: http://dv.ujaen.es/docencia/goto_docencia_prtf_664048.html
ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-3803-9595
LANGUAGE: - LEVEL: 2
3. CONTENT DESCRIPTION

BLOCK 1. CRYSTAL STATE
UNIT 1.- THE SCIENCE OF MATERIALS. THE CHOICE OF THE MATERIAL. The Science of Materials: concept, relationship with Engineering and Industry. Materials for Engineering: classification according to the type chemical bond. Structure and properties of materials. Selection of materials in Engineering. PBL: Selection of materials and processes for specific designs
UNIT 2.- CRYSTAL STRUCTURE. METALLIC CRYSTALS. States of the material. Crystal and amorphous substances. Spatial networks and unit cells. Crystal systems, Bravais networks. Isomorphism, polymorphism and alotropy. Study of metal networks. Coordination number, atomic radius, packaging factor. Gaps in compact structures. Miller indices. Miller-Bravais indices in the HC system. Interplanar distance. Volumetric,
linear and planar densities.
UNIT 3.- CRYSTAL IMPERFECTIONS. The real solid. Influence of defects. Most common defects in the crystal structure. Punctual defects: vacancies, interstitials, impurities, defects of Frenkel and Schottky. Linear defects. Surface defects: twins, packaging defects and grain boundaries.
BLOCK 2. ALLOYS
UNIT 4.- ALLOYS. Pure metals and alloys. Constitution of the alloys: components and constituents. Solid solutions and mechanical mixtures. Types of Solid Solutions. Hume-Rothery rules. Properties of solid solutions. Determination of the type of sol.sol. Intermediate phases: types and characteristics. Neat Solid solutions.
UNIT 5.- HARDENING MECHANISMS AND RECRISTALIZATION PHENOMENA. Introduction. Hardening
by grain refining. Hardening by alloy. Hardening by precipitation. Hardening by dispersion. Hardening by hardening. Hardening by deformation. Cold deformation: state of acrimony. Variation of mechanical properties. Effects of heating: recovery, recrystallization and grain growth. Recrystallization temperature. Hot work.
BLOCK 3: SOLIDIFICATION AND DISSEMINATION UNIT 6.-SOLIDIFICATION PROCESSES. Introduction. Solidification: homogeneous nucleation and heterogeneous nucleation. Magnitudes that determine the process: nucleation and growth rates. Microstructure Solidification of an ingot: structures. Control of the structure: size, shape and orientation of the grain. Microstructural defects in the solidification: segregations. Macro-structural defects; sinkholes, blowholes,
pores, cavities, cracks and splashes. Fast solidification: metallic glasses.

UNIT 7.- DIFUSSION. Introduction. Diffusion mechanisms. Volumetric diffusion: Laws of Fick. Factors on which diffusion depends. Applications.
BLOCK 4: EQUILIBRIUM DIAGRAMS.
UNIT 8- BALANCE OF SYSTEMS. EQUILIBRIUM DIAGRAMS I. Material system: components and phases.
Systems in balance: balance factors and degrees of freedom. Rule of the phases (Gibbs' Law). Cooling curves Two-component systems: experimental determination of diagrams. Mass distribution: law of the lever. Interpretation rules.
UNIT 9.- EQUILIBRIUM DIAGRAMS II. Types of binary diagrams according to solid state solubility. Diagrams of total solubility in solid state. Diagrams of total insolubility in solid state. Partial solubility diagrams in solid state: eutectic and peritectic reactions. Transformations in solid state: alotropy, order-disorder transformations, eutectoid and peritectoid reactions. Complex diagrams: intermediate phases. Ternary diagrams Phase transformations out of balance.
BLOCK 5: METALLIC MATERIALS AND THEIR TREATMENTS
UNIT 10.- FERROUS ALLOYS: STEELS AND FOUNDRIES. Introduction. Iron: allotropic states. The ironcementite and iron-carbon diagrams. Classification of Fe C. alloys Phases and constituents of equilibrium:definition of structures. Invariant transformations. Critical points. Irons: types and characteristics. Steels: classifications and mechanical characteristics by types. Alloy steels: Influence of alloy elements. Influence on the Fe-Fe 3C diagram. Alphagenic, gammagenic and carbide-forming elements. Effect on the TTT curves. Low and high alloy steels. Foundries. Graphitizing elements and carbide formers. White and malleable foundries. Gray and spheroidal or ductile cast iron. Mechanical characteristics of foundries.
UNIT 11.- DIAGRAM OF ISOTHERMAL TRANSFORMATIONS OF THE AUSTENITE. Introduction. Isothermal transformations of austenite. Perlite and bainite. Martensitic transformation: properties. Relationship between
the cooling curves and the T.I. Curves and transformations in continuous cooling.
UNIT 12.- THERMAL TREATMENTS. Introduction. Classification and objectives of thermal treatments
of steel. Annealed Normalized Temples Factors of the temple. Critical tempering speed. Templability Jominy trial. Restored Transformations in tempering. Tempering diagrams Surface treatments: thermal and thermochemical.
UNIT 13.- METALS AND NON-FERRETS ALLOYS. Introduction. The aluminum without alloy. Properties and
applications Main aluminum alloys. Classification. Alloys for forging: thermal treatments. Alloys for molding: modification of Al-Si alloys. Properties and applications of aluminum alloys. Other light alloys. Unalloyed copper Properties and applications The acrimony in copper. Copper alloys: Brass and Bronze. Applications and treatments.
BLOCK 6: CORROSION AND ITS CONTROL
UNIT 14.- CORROSION AND PROTECTION. Introduction. Electrochemical foundations Corrosion rate Forms of corrosion. Protection against corrosion. Coatings. Degradation of polymers.
BLOCK 7: POLYMERIC MATERIALS
UNIT 15.- STRUCTURE, BEHAVIOR AND PROCESSING OF POLYMERS. Introduction. Polymerization mechanisms. Structure of polymers. General classification of polymers. Thermoplastic polymers. Thermostable polymers. Elastomers Mechanical behavior of polymers.
BLOCK 8. CERAMIC MATERIALS. PROCESSING OF CERAMICS AND GLASSES
UNIT 16.- CERAMIC MATERIALS AND GLASSES Introduction. Ceramic structure of materials. Ionic crystals.
Silicate structures. Properties of ceramic materials. Ceramic non-crystalline materials: glasses. Glass transition temperature. Processing of ceramics and glass.
BLOCK 9. COMPOSITE MATERIALS
UNIT 17: COMPOSITE MATERIALS. MATRICES AND REINFORCEMENTS Introduction. Concept of composite material. Matrix and reinforcement. Types of Matrices. Reinforcement with fibers. Most used materials. Reinforcement with particles. Considerations about the matrix. Mechanical behavior Applications.
BLOCK 10: ESSAYS OF THE MATERIALS

UNIT 18. TRACTION THREADS. (In laboratory) Mechanical behavior of materials: intrinsic and extrinsic conditions. Normal stresses and shear. Elastic behavior: modulus of elasticity and limit of elasticity. Plastic deformation: sliding and twinning. Schmid's Law. Traction test. Definitions. Test tubes Diagrams Ductile and fragile break. Execution of the trial. Results
UNIT 19.- TESTS OF HARDNESS. (In the laboratory) Hardness: types. Classification of hardness measurement methods. Static penetration hardness tests: Brinell, Vickers and Rockwell. Advantages and disadvantages. Other tests
UNIT 20.- SHOCK AND TECHNOLOGICAL TESTS. (In laboratory) Ductility, malleability, fragility and tenacity. Ductile and fragile break. Influencing factors. Resilience tests. Types and dimensions of the specimens. Charpy trial. Izod test . Bending test: fundamentals, flex diagram. Technological tests: folding, drawing, forging, cutting, punching.
UNIT 21.- METALOGRAPHIC TECHNIQUES. MACROSCOPY AND MICROSCOPY. (In laboratory) The
metallographic laboratory. Macroscopy: preparation and attack. Macroscopic techniques. Microscopy: phases of sample preparation. The metallographic microscope. Observation of different structural constituents. Grain size measurements.
UNIT 22.- NON-DESTRUCTIVE TRIALS. (In laboratory) Visual inspection. Radiographic inspection. Equipment and operating techniques. Protection and security measures. Inspection by ultrasound. Physical foundations Nature and properties of ultrasonic waves. Equipment and operating techniques. Tests by magnetic methods. Physical foundations Techniques and equipment Detection of surface cracks. Penetrating liquids
BLOCK 11. BASIC CONCEPTS OF ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGIES
UNIT 23.- ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGY. Materials and environment. Environmental aspects of design. Urban and industrial waste. Recovery, reuse and recycling. Practice
Tensile test.
Hardness testing
Impact testing
Technological tests
Non destructive testing
Metallographic techniques. Observation of different constituent structural and measures of grain size.

These contents connect with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The SDGs that are worked on in this subject are: - SDG9: Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure; - SDG11: Sustainable Cities and Communities; - SDG12: Responsible Consumption and Production Sustainable Cities and Communities; - SDG12: Responsible Consumption  andProduction; - SDG13: Climate Action; - SDG14: Sustainable Development Goals.

4. COURSE DESCRIPTION AND TEACHING METHODOLOGY

Lectures in large group: They will consist of master classes of the program content for the whole group. The contents will be developed and discussed. In some subjects audiovisual sessions are used for a better understanding of the contents. Problems and exercises proposed by the professor will be solved. This methodology and activities will allow students to acquire the indicated competences.

Small group classes: Focused on project-based learning, classes will be held in the laboratory or in the classroom, where the student will receive a script with the objectives of each practice or project and the procedure to follow for its development. The student will have to take note of the necessary data
to carry out the development or the corresponding calculations and to be able to make a correct report. In addition, exercises will be solved, expositions and other practical activities will be carried out.

Collective and individual tutorials: Where the supervision of directed works, comments to individual works and clarification of doubts will take place.

Students with special educational needs should contact the Student Attention Service (Servicio de Atención y Ayudas al Estudiante) in order to receive the appropriate academic support

5. ASSESSMENT METHODOLOGY

Written exam on the dates officially indicated in the student's guide. This objective test will consist of answering short questions in which the most important aspects of the subject are addressed, as well as problem solving (CC3; CC10) (38; 39; 40; 41; 42; 43; 44). In addition, there will be intermediate thematic tests that the student will have to pass with a grade higher than 5 out of 10.


Laboratory practices: Delivery of Reports (CC3) (38; 39; 40). Delivery of the proposed problems (CC3; CC10) (38; 39; 40; 41; 42; 43; 44).
Attendance and active participation in class (CC3; CC10). In order to obtain the 5% of qualification the student must attend at least 80% of classes and participate actively in the proposed activities and questionnaires.


In extraordinary convocation it will be guaranteed that the student can pass the course, and in its case, obtain the maximum grade, by means of the accomplishment of an evaluation test.

6. BOOKLIST
MAIN BOOKLIST:
  • Foundations of Materials Science and Engineering William F. Smith, Javad Hashemi. Edition: 5th SI ed.. Author: Smith, William F.. Publisher: McGraw Hill  (Library)
  • Materials science and engineering: an introduction Willian D. Callister. Edition: 3nd ed. Author: Callister, Willian D.. Publisher: John Wiley & Sons  (Library)
  • Engineering materials 2 : an introduction to microstructures and processing Michael F. Ashby, Royal Society Research Professor Emeritus University of Cambridge and Former Visiting Professor of Design at the Royal College of Art London, David R. H. Jones, President, Christ's College Cambridge.. Edition: 4th ed.. Author: Ashby, M. F., author.. Publisher: Butterworth-Heinemann  (Library)
7. VIRTUAL / CLASSROOM TEACHING SCENARIO

In the mixed scenario, the teaching modality (format) is not chosen by the teacher, but is determined by the center.and will be: "face-to-face as far as the socio-sanitary situation allows".

All teaching activities -including evaluation- will be face-to-face as far as the socio-sanitary situation allows it.

1.  TEACHING METHODOLOGY AND TRAINING ACTIVITIES

 

Formation activities

Format (classroom / online) *

Teaching methodology Description

 

 

 

A1 - Classroom

Large group expository group. 30 Theory sessions on the contents of the program

Presential at 50% (*)

30 sessions of participatory classes, lasting one hour each, held in the classroom and broadcast by videoconference to the rest of the group. Periodic rotation of students.

A1-15 Problem-solving sessions/exercises. 15 Problem solving sessions / exercises

Presential at 50% (*)

They will consist of 15 face-to-face sessions (reduced groups of 50%, retransmission and student rotation), each lasting one hour. The resolution of problems and exercises favors the capacity for analysis and synthesis by solving small group projects

A2 - Small group classes 7 practical sessions (2 h) in specialized laboratories

Presential at 100% (**)

Development of 7 practical sessions, lasting two hours each, in laboratories

 

(*) The Center may establish a different percentage of attendance depending on the number of students and capacity of the classroom/laboratory in accordance with health measures.

(**) The Center may establish rotating attendance depending on the number of students and capacity of the classroom/laboratory in accordance with health measures (class in the timetable and classroom/laboratory assigned to part of the group and retransmission by videoconference to the rest, with periodic rotation of students, as determined by the Center).

 

2- EVALUATION SYSTEM

Ordinary and extraordinary call.

If the extraordinary exam can be done in person, it will be done in person.

Prueba de evaluación

Formato (presencial/online síncrono o asíncrono)

Descripción

Porcentaje

Examen

Presential/ Online

Face-to-face or virtual exam that will consist of answering short questions that address the most important aspects of the subject, in addition to solving problems (CC3; CC10) (38; 39; 40; 41; 42; 43; 44

60 %

Carrying out and solving exercises, cases and practical work:

Presential/ Online

Continuous evaluation of the subject through the delivery of reports of the practices (CC3) (38; 39; 40). questionnaires, case exercises, practical work and PBL (CC3; CC10) (38; 39; 40; 41; 42; 43; 44)

30 %

Participation and assistance

Presential/Online

Active participation and attendance at face-to-face and online sessions (CC3; CC10).

10 %

 

3- RESOURCES

The use of virtual teaching platforms (Google Meet) and for online assessment (Platform, Google Forms) is introduced, in addition to all the resources necessary for face-to-face classes.

8. VIRTUAL TEACHING SCENARIO

1- TEACHING METHODOLOGY AND TRAINING ACTIVITIES

 In the non-classroom setting, the following activities will be carried out:

Formation activities

Format (classroom / online)

Teaching methodology Description

7 Practical sessions (2 h) in specialized laboratories

No presential

Substitution of the 7 practical sessions for online training activities that will consist of a videoconference where the professor will explain the theoretical basis of the practice, followed by a video of the practice in the laboratory.

A1 – Classroom large group expository  group. 30 Theory sessions on the contents of the program

No presential

30 sessions of participatory classes, one hour each, conducted by videoconference.

15 Problem solving sessions / exercises

No presential

They will consist of 15 online sessions synchronously, lasting one hour each.

Tutoring

No presential

All tutoring sessions will be conducted online (synchronous and asynchronous)

 

2- EVALUATION SYSTEM

Ordinary and extraordinary call

If the extraordinary exam can be done in person, it will be done in person.

 

Prueba de evaluación

Formato (presencial/online síncrono o asíncrono)

Descripción

Porcentaje

Exam

Online

Virtual exam that will consist of answering short questions that address the most important aspects of the subject, in addition to solving problems (CC3; CC10) (38; 39; 40; 41; 42; 43; 44).

50 %

Carrying out and solving exercises, cases and practical work

online

Continuous evaluation of the subject through the delivery of reports of the practices (CC3) (38; 39; 40). questionnaires, case exercises, practical work  and PBL (CC3; CC10) (38; 39; 40; 41; 42; 43; 44)

40 %

Participation and assistance

online

Active participation and attendance at online sessions (CC3; CC10).

10 %

 

3-RESOURCES

The use of virtual teaching platforms (Google Meet) and for online assessment (Platform, Google Forms) is introduced

DATA PROTECTION CLAUSE (on line exams)

Institution in charge of data processing: Universidad de Jaén, Campus Las Lagunillas, s/n, 23071 Jaén

Data Protection Delegate: dpo@ujaen.es

Purpose: In accordance with the Universities Law and other national and regional regulations in force, carrying out exams and assessment tests corresponding to the courses students are registered in. In order to avoid frauds while sitting the exam, the exam will be answered using a videoconference system, being able the academic staff of the University of Jaén to compare and contrast the image of the person who is answering the exam with the student's photographic files. Likewise, in order to provide the exam with evidential content for revisions or claims, in accordance with current regulation frameworks, the exam will be recorded and stored.

Legitimacy: compliance with legal obligations (Universities Law) and other national and regional regulations currently in force.

Addressees: service providers who are the owners of the platforms where the exams are carried out and with whom the University of Jaén has signed the corresponding data access contracts.

Storage periods: those established in current in force regulations. In the specific case of exam videoconference recordings, not before the examination records and transcripts are closed or the exam can still be reviewed or challenged.

Rights: you can exercise your right of access, amendment, cancellation, opposition, suppression, limitation and portability by sending a letter to the postal or electronic address indicated above. In the event that you consider that your rights have been violated, you may submit a complaint to the Andalusian Council for Transparency and Data Protection www.ctpdandalucia.es

CLASS RECORDING CLAUSE PERSONAL DATA PROTECTION

Person in charge: Universidad de Jaén, Paraje Las Lagunillas, s/n; Tel.953 212121; www.ujaen.es

Data protection delegate (DPO): TELEFÓNICA, S.A.U. ; Email: dpo@ujaen.es

Procedure aim: To manage proper recordings of teaching sessions with the aim of facilitating learning process under a multimodal and/or online teaching

Period for record storage: Images will be kept during legal term according to regulations in force

Legitimacy: Data will be managed according to legal regulations (Organic Law 6/2001, December 21, on Universities) and given consent provided by selecting corresponding box in legal admission documents

Data recipients (transfers or assignments): Any person allowed to get access to every teaching modality

Rights: You may exercise your rights of access, rectification, cancellation, portability, limitation of processing, deletion or, where appropriate, opposition. To exercise these rights, you must submit a written request to the Information, Registration and Electronic Administration Service of the University of Jaen at the address above, or by e-mail to the address above. You must specify which of these rights you are requesting to be satisfied and, at the same time, you must attach a photocopy of your ID card or equivalent identification document. In case you act through a representative, legal or voluntary, you must also provide a document that proves this representation and identification. Likewise, if you consider that your right to personal data protection has been violated, you may file a complaint with the Andalusian Data Protection and Transparency Council www.ctpdandalucia.es