School of engineering in Physics, Applied Physics, Electronics & Materials
The scope of this series of labworks sessions is the study of links between the elaboration of a material (polymers, ceramics or metallic alloys) and the resulting microstructural properties.
This module consists of seven 4h-sessions on imposed subjects. This labworks relie on various experimental tools for characterizing mechanical, optical and physicochemical properties.
Eight sessions of labworks:
General background in cristallography, tensile test and ductile/brittle fracture.
General skills with binary diagrams, and solidication process.
Students will write one report per group on each of the eight subjects. The deadline to transmit the report to the teacher in charge of the subject is one week after the session. You can transmit your report either by asking other students to give it for you, if you are located in other rooms than those on campus, either by giving it hand to hand or by using the mail box or e-mail box of your teacher. These reports will count fort 80% of the final grade.
There will be also a multichoice test of 1hour and a half counting for the 20% left in the final grade.
Moyenne des compte-rendus. 80% de la note finale
Evaluation de synthèse par QCM 1h30, portant sur les notions abordées en TP. 20% de la note finale.
Métallurgie, du minerai au matériau -Philibert, Vignes, Bréchet, Combrade -Masson 1998
Précis de métallurgie - Barralis, Maeder- Nathan 1988
Phase Transformations in Metals and Alloys. D. A. Porter, K. E. Easterling
Date of update June 11, 2015