Department of Engineering

MEE 361

Physical Metallurgy

Course Description: Introduction to the current state of metallurgical technology. It builds on basic principles, particularly crystal structure and phase equilibria, to introduce students to contemporary metallurgical literature. Topics such as defect structures and the effect of heat treatment are introduced in a “just in time” fashion.

Curriculum: Mechanical engineering elective
Prerequisites: EGN 260
Instructors: James Smith
Delivery: Lecture 3 hrs.
Frequency: Spring, odd year (see the Course Offering Plan)
Credits: 3