Course: Materials Science and Engineering (MSE)
This curriculum map provides resources for faculty teaching Introductory Materials Science and Engineering (MSE) courses, either at the Freshman or Sophomore level. The author carefully selected relevant discussions, examples, videos, tables and figures that are valuable supplements to any introductory MSE textbook. The author selected these materials from a wide array of resources available within Access Engineering. You can easily incorporate the content into your course by using our copy link functionality to paste a direct link into your school's LMS.
You may also want to consider incorporating AccessEngineering's DataVis into your MSE course. DataVis is an interactive data visualization tool that helps students understand and apply material properties. The DataVis Projects library includes several projects specifically designed for an Intro to MSE course.
Kathleen L Kitto, Professor Emerita, Engineering and Design Department, and Dean Emerita, Western Washington University.
- Material Classifications
- Selection of Materials
- Applications/Case Studies
|Figure 7.11||Figure||In-Sn phase diagram||Electronics Manufacturing: With Lead-Free, Halogen-Free, and Conductive-Adhesive Materials|
|Figure 8.19||Figure||Iron-chromium phase diagram||Handbook of Corrosion Engineering, Second Edition|
|Figure 8.20||Figure||Binary phase diagram for stainless steel with a constant level of chromium (18%)||Handbook of Corrosion Engineering, Second Edition|
|Figure 10.1||Figure||An-Sn solder phase diagram||Reliability of RoHS-Compliant 2D and 3D IC Interconnects|
|Figure 5.49||Figure||SEM micrograph of 63Sn/37Pb structures: (a) eutectic and (b) off-eutectic||Electronic Materials and Processes Handbook, Third Edition|
|Figure 5.50||Figure||SEM micrograph of 63Sn/37Pb solder joint surface reflowed under (a) regular and (b) prolonged heating||Electronic Materials and Processes Handbook, Third Edition|
|Figure 2-5||Figure||Scanning electron micrograph of typical hexagonal crystals of monosulfate hydrate and needlelike crystals of ettringite formed by mixing calcium aluminate and calcium sulfate solutions||Concrete: Microstructure, Properties, and Materials, Fourth Edition|
|Figure 2-6||Figure||Model of a well-hydrated portland cement paste||Concrete: Microstructure, Properties, and Materials, Fourth Edition|
|Figure 4.16.12||Figure||Schematic microstructure diagram of the shape memory effect||Marks’ Standard Handbook for Mechanical Engineers, 12th Edition|
|Figure 4.16.13||Figure||Schematic stress-strain curve of a NiTi alloy loaded above Ms temperature and then unloaded||Marks’ Standard Handbook for Mechanical Engineers, 12th Edition|