Nagoya University, School of Engineering Lecture information system (SYLLABUS)

Metallic and Ceramic Materials(2.0 credits)

Course Type:Basic Specialized Courses
Class Format:Lecture
Course Name : Automotive Engineering Automotive Engineering
Starts 1 : 2 Spring Semester 2 Spring Semester
Elective/Compulsory : Compulsory Compulsory
Lecturer : Makoto KOBASHI Professor  KATSUTOSHI Nagaoka Professor 

•Course Purpose
The purpose of this course is to learn various properties of metallic and ceramic materials.
Students will acquire general and fundamental knowledge of metals, alloys and ceramics, including crystal structures, physical properties and material processing techniques.
At the end of this course, students can describe typical crystal structures of metals and ceramics. Students can also describe the basic phisical prperties.

•Prerequisite Subjects
Mechanics of Materials with exercises

•Course Topics
Contents treated in this program are as follows:
1. Crystal structures of metals and ceramics
2. Deformation and dislocation of metals
3. Strengthening of metals
4. Mechanical properties of metals and ceramics
5. Failure of ceramics
6. Application of ceramics
7. Synthesis and fabrication of ceramics

Printed handouts will be provided.

•Additional Reading
Materials science and engineering, W.D.Callister Jr., Wiley

•Grade Assessment
Grades will be based on reports and examinations.
50% for midterm examination
50% for final examination
Students must obtain a score of 60 or higher to pass the course.
Grades: S:100-90, A:89-80, B:79-70, C:69-60, F:59-0.

Course Requirements
No course requirements are needed.

Classroom policy for response to COVID-19.
The class will be conducted both atlecture room (face-to-face) and remotely (on-demand). On-demand lecture will be held on NUCT.
The exchange of opinions among students regarding the class shall be conducted through the NUCT function "Message".

•Contacting Faculty
Students can ask questions during and after lectures,as well as via e-mail.


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