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JNTUA R20 B.Tech Material Science and Engineering Syllabus 2021

JNTUA R20 Syllabus

JNTUA R20 B.Tech Material Science and Engineering Syllabus 2021

Material Science and Engineering Syllabus along with Course Objectives and Course outcome and list of textbook and reference books is mentioned in this blog. The subject of Material Science and Engineering  has 5 units in total. Topic and sub-topics of Differential Equations and Vector Calculus are mentioned below in detail. If you have any problem in understanding Material Science and Engineering any other Engineering Subject in any semester or in any year then you can view the video lectures on the official CynoHub app.

 

Material Science and Engineering Syllabus Unit 1

Structure of Metals:

Crystal Structures: Unit cells, Metallic crystal structures, Imperfection in solids:
Point, Line, interstitial and volume defects; dislocation strengthening mechanisms and slip systems, critically resolved shear stress.
Constitution of Alloys: Necessity of Alloying, substitutional and interstitial solid solutions Phase diagrams: Interpretation of binary phase diagrams and microstructure development; eutectic, peritectic, peritectoid and monotectic reactions. IronIroncarbide diagram and microstructural aspects of ferrite, cementite, austenite, ledeburite, and cast iron.

Material Science and Engineering Syllabus Unit 2

Steels:

Plain carbon steels, use and limitations of plain carbon steels. AISI& BIS classification of steels. Classification of alloys steels. Microstructure, properties and applications of alloy steelsstainless steels and tool steels.
Cast irons: Microstructure, properties and applications of white cast iron, malleable cast iron, grey cast iron, nodular cast iron and alloy cast irons.

Material Science and Engineering Syllabus Unit 3

Heat Treatment of Steels:

Annealing, tempering, normalizing and hardening, isothermal transformation diagrams for FeFe3C alloys and microstructure development. Continuous cooling curves and interpretation of final microstructures and properties austempering, martempering, case hardening carburizing, nitriding, cyaniding, carbonitriding, flame and induction hardening, and vacuum and plasma hardening

Material Science and Engineering Syllabus Unit 4

Nonferrous Metals and Alloys:

Microstructure, properties and applications of copper, aluminium,
titanium, nickel and their alloys. Study of AlCu phase diagram

Material Science and Engineering Syllabus Unit 5

Ceramics, Polymers and Composites:

Structure, properties and applications of ceramics, polymers
and composites. Introduction to super alloys and nanomaterials.

Material Science and Engineering Syllabus Course Objectives

  • To teach the principles of physical metallurgy, i.e. crystallography of metals, constitution of
    alloys, phase diagrams.
  • Expose commercially important metals and alloys (both ferrous and non ferrous) with
    engineering constraints.
     
  • Explain the methods to change the properties of materials through heat treatment processes
     
  • Familiarize properties and applications of ceramics, polymers and composite materials.
     
  • Demonstrate the fundamental properties of nanomaterials and their applications.

Material Science and Engineering Syllabus Course Outcomes

After completing the course, the student will be able to

  • Explain the principles of binary phases. 
     
  • Select steels and cast irons for a given application. 
     
  • Apply heat treatment to different applications. 
     
  • Utilize nonferrous metals and alloys in engineering. 
     
  • Choose composites for various applications. 
  • Assess the properties of nanoscale materials and their applications. 
  • Differentiate between hardening of ferrous and nonferrous alloys.

Material Science and Engineering Syllabus Reference Books

  • Y. Lakhtin, Engineering Physical Metallurgy, University Press of the Pacific, 2000.
  •  S.H.Avner, Introduction to Physical Metallurgy, 2/e, Tata McGraw Hill, 1997.
     
  • L.H.Van Vlack, Elements of Material Science and Engineering, 6/e, Pearson Education, 2008.
  • George E.Dieter, Mechanical Metallurgy, 3/e, McGrawHill, 2013.

Scoring Marks in Material Science and Engineering Syllabus

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JNTUA B.tech R20 Material Science and Engineering Syllabus was made clear in this article. To know about the syllabus of other Engineering Subjects of JNTUA check out the official CynoHub application. Click below to download the CynoHub application.

 

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