MS4822 The Engineering and Science of Composite Materials

This course focuses on the structure-property correlation in composites utilizing a multi-disciplinary approach, covering the areas of materials science and engineering and solid mechanics. Emphasis is given to the theoretical constitutive behavior at the micro- and macro-levels, as well as on how such behavior can be altered by processing and service variables. The course is divided into three broad parts: (1) Theoretical predictions of composite properties; (2) Materials issues (including processing) complicating accurate performance prediction; and (3) Thermo-mechanical behavior in actual service conditions.

Prerequisite

ME3611, MS3202 or equivalent or by consent of instructor

Lecture Hours

4

Lab Hours

0

Quarter Offered

  • As Required