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BISE 4200 Metallurgy: 28 Contact Hours

$50.00

Metallurgy: This course introduces the nature and properties of materials. It presents a history of metals-providing background on the origins of various metals and provides an explanation of physical characteristics of metals. Students will study the chemical reactions and thermodynamics related to the production of steel as well as the key processes of iron making from the raw materials through to the final product. It stresses how metals are alloyed and formed to achieve desired mechanical properties-including comparisons between various forming processes including casting, forging, extrusion, and rolling.

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Metallurgy: This course introduces the nature and properties of materials. It presents a history of metals-providing background on the origins of various metals and provides an explanation of physical characteristics of metals. Students will study the chemical reactions and thermodynamics related to the production of steel as well as the key processes of iron making from the raw materials through to the final product. It stresses how metals are alloyed and formed to achieve desired mechanical properties-including comparisons between various forming processes including casting, forging, extrusion, and rolling.