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COE Courses - Data Collection Form for AEFIS

GOPALAN, PADMA

Course:

M S A E 330 - Thermodynamics of Materials

Prerequisite(s):

Chem 104 & Math 222

Dept Code:

Credits:

Contact Hours

First Taught:

636

4

3.3

Fall 2007-2008

This Data for most recent offering in Fall 2011-2012

A) What Type of Course is this?(Check one):  Required /https://admin.engr.wisc.edu/heart/images/unchecked_box.gif Elective / https://admin.engr.wisc.edu/heart/images/unchecked_box.gif Selected Elective
 
B) Course Description (required) :
Introduction to metallurgical thermodynamics, equilibrium constants, solutions, heterogeneous equilibria and electrochemistry.


Entry for B above was taken directly from what is in the official UW course catalog. We have an opportunity here to update what is in the official course catalog to match what is in current syllabi en mass. If you would like the catalog description updated, entry the modern description below and click “revise to.” The College APC and the Divisional Committee will consider these revisions in one fell swoop this spring

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X Revise to:

Introduction to thermodynamics of materials, equilibrium constants, solutions, heterogeneous equilibria and electrochemistry.


C) ABET Outcomes to Be Covered (required) (check ALL that apply): Check all outcomes that you are covering in your class. For this exercise here, it is not necessary that you are measuring achievement of this outcome in your class, rather only that the material you are teaching helps students achieve these outcomes by the time they graduate.

 

Dept

 ABET 

Description

X

A

a

Students shall be able to apply knowledge of mathematics, chemistry, physics, and materials science and engineering principles to materials and materials systems

X

B

b

Students shall be able to design and conduct experiments to study the microstructure, properties, processing and performance of materials and to analyze and interpret the experimental results

X

C

c

Students shall be able to design materials and processes to produce them to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability and/or sustainability

X

D

d

Students shall be able to work in multi-disciplinary teams and provide leadership on materials related problems that arise in multi-disciplinary work

X

E

e

Students shall be able to identify materials-related problems and formulate plans to solve such problems

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F

f

Students shall have an understanding of the professional and ethical responsibility

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G

g

Students shall be able to communicate materials concepts effectively through written reports, oral presentations, and discussion

X

H

h

Students shall have the broad education necessary to understand the impact of materials science and engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental, and societal context

X

I

i

Students shall have the materials science and engineering foundation needed to succeed in materials science and engineering graduate programs, to pursue other forms of continuing education in materials science and engineering, and to engage in life-long learning of materials science and engineering

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J

j

Students shall have an awareness of contemporary and cultural issues

X

K

k

Students shall be able to use the techniques, skills, and modern materials science and engineering tools necessary to practice materials science and engineering as a professional


D) Default Specific Course Outcomes (required): These are things in addition to A-K above that would appear in your syllabus on opening day as the things you want the students to learn, for example, for MSE 360: hands-on skills in quantitative metallography. You might list three or four and they might look like technical in nature and should be consistent with the course description.
 

1) Quantitative analysis of thermodynamic aspects of materials processing and performance.

2) Identification and quantitative characterization of thermochemical driving forces in synthetic (engineering) and natural systems.

3) Recognition of equilibrium as "thermostatics;" initiation of an understanding of natural and engineered changes.

 
E) Textbook (required): Give title, author last name(s), edition


David Gaskell, Introduction to Thermodynamics of Materials, Fourth edition.
 
F) Supplemental Material (optional):

None


G) Brief Topics to be covered in Addition to B) and any Additional Information (required): for example, field trip to local manufacturing plant is required.

All materials processing and performance phenomena have, at their foundation, at least partial understanding within the framework of state-variable thermodynamics. This course thus is foundational to the professional, creative practice of materials science and engineering. In addition, the course contents and approach illustrate the "natural philosophy" necessary to learn, from comprehension of natural materials systems, unique approaches to creation of synthetic materials systems. 

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