CPM633 - Ceramics and Composite Materials

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Subject Title
Ceramics and Composite Materials

Subject Description
This course correlates the structure, properties, applications, processing and fabrication of ceramic materials. The 'traditional ceramics" such as whiteware, building materials, refractories and glass will be discussed. The recent development in "advanced ceramics" and ceramic composites such as electronic ceramics, composites for aerospace applications, automobile engine components, high temperature technology, optoelectronics, and sensors for detection and control application will be presented. The laboratory component deals with testing and processing

Credit Status
Credit Status:
One credit towards the CHY program.

MTR 533

Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this subject the student will be able to:

- be aware of the main types of ceramic materials and composites used in industry and have some elementary knowledge of their processing,
- have basic knowledge of structure of ceramic materials and composites and how their structure is related to some of their properties,
- be better able to select a material for specific engineering application,
- conduct testing of basic properties of various ceramic materials and composites,
- have some direction of where to obtain further information about ceramic materials, and composites.

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