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Title: Notes on the course “Building Material Science” Part 1“Material Science”
Authors: Kramar, H.M.
Bibliographic description (Ukraine): Kramar H.M. Notes on the couse on “Building Material Science”/ Part 1 “Material science” for students of “Civil Engineering” field of study 6.060101 (full-time study bachelors) // H.M.Kramar, N.Yu. Marynenko. – Ternopil, TNTU, 2016. – 68 p.
Issue Date: 2017
Publisher: ТНТУ
Country (code): UA
Description: “Building Material Science” for students of “Civil Engineering” consists of two parts – Part 1 “Material science” and Part 2 “ Modern building materials” and studing sn 1 semesters. Part 1 “Material science” include 16 hours of lectures, 16 hours of labs and 54 hours of individual work. Part 2 “ Modern building materials” has 18 hours of lectures, 18 hours of labs and 54 hours of individual work. “Building Material Science” is one of the basic technical disciplines in the curriculum for “Civil Engineering” field of study. The study of materials that are used in construction, alloy’s properties dependence on the chemical composition, structure, methods of treatment and external environments is of great importance for the Civil Engineering bachelors training. The study of the theory and practice of different methods of materials strengthening is to provide a high reliability and longevity of the building construction, machine’s details, devices, tools etc. Selecting the most appropriate material of construction for an application involves the making of numerous important decisions. This is true whether it be for the construction of a bridge, a household appliance, a piece of chemical processing equipment, or the decorative facing of a building. Factors such as physical and mechanical properties, corrosion resistance, workability, and cost must all be taken into consideration. With the introduction of new metallic alloys and advances in the production of the so-called exotic metals, what was the best choice several years ago may no longer be so. Over the years, improvements have been made to specific properties of various alloys. These improvements include methods to increase mechanical, physical, and corrosion resistance properties. Alternatives in composition have also been formulated to improve the workability of many alloys. In order to conduct a meaningful evaluation of a design, all the data needed to select the most appropriate material must be available. It is the purpose of this book to supply as much of this information as possible for commercially available metallic materials.
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