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Some years ago, CarTech CEO told us:

What I want to see in our new hires is:

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Some years ago, CarTech CEO told us:

What I want to see in our new hires is:

They know a good bit of metallurgy

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Some years ago, CarTech CEO told us:

What I want to see in our new hires is:

They know a good bit of metallurgy

The projects involve lots of materials science

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Some years ago, CarTech CEO told us:

What I want to see in our new hires is:

They know a good bit of metallurgy

The projects involve lots of materials science

They write and speak well

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Some years ago, CarTech CEO told us:

What I want to see in our new hires is:

They know a good bit of metallurgy

The projects involve lots of materials science

They write and speak well

This course requires lots of speaking, writing

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Some years ago, CarTech CEO told us:

What I want to see in our new hires is:

They know a good bit of metallurgy

The projects involve lots of materials science

They write and speak well

This course requires lots of speaking, writing

They know how to work in groups

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Some years ago, CarTech CEO told us:

What I want to see in our new hires is:

They know a good bit of metallurgy

The projects involve lots of materials science

They write and speak well

This course requires lots of speaking, writing

They know how to work in groups

This course requires group work

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Some years ago, CarTech CEO told us:

What I want to see in our new hires is:

They know a good bit of metallurgy

The projects involve lots of materials science

They write and speak well

This course requires lots of speaking, writing

They know how to work in groups

This course requires group work

They speak at least one language other than

English

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Some years ago, CarTech CEO told us:

What I want to see in our new hires is:

They know a good bit of metallurgy

The projects involve lots of metallurgy

(materials science)

They write and speak well

This course requires lots of speaking, writing

They know how to work in groups

This course requires group work

They speak at least one language other than

English

suoyi women zai ke shuo hua zhi Zhongwen

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Major Course Objectives

1. Learn some materials science

through process of solving an industrial problem

Develop proposal.........need knowledge, ideas, support

for ideas

2. Develop design skills

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Major Course Objectives

1. Learn some materials science

through process of solving an industrial problem

Develop proposal.........need knowledge, ideas, support

for ideas

2. Develop design skills

3. Learn working group skills –

work closely w/ team members to solve problem

4. Develop writing/speaking skills

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4. Develop writing skills

WHY?

Scientists, engineers have incredible amount of technical, semi-technical, & non-technical material to digest almost daily.

Must be able to read & comprehend material instantly.

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4. Develop writing skills

WHY?

Scientists, engineers have incredible amount of technical, semi-technical, & non-technical material to digest almost daily.

Must be able to read & comprehend material instantly.

Question:

If your writing is difficult to understand, who will have time to read it?

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4. Develop writing skills

WHY?

Scientists, engineers have incredible amount of technical, semi-technical, & non-technical material to digest almost daily.

Must be able to read & comprehend material instantly.

Question:

If your writing is difficult to understand, who will have time to read it?

Delays in reading of even fractions of a second frustrating.

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Example:

Qm (3 times)

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Example:

Qm (3 times)............should be Qm

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Example:

Qm (3 times)............should be Qm

Chuang and Rice

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Example:

Qm (3 times)............should be Qm

Chuang and Rice............should be Chuang, Kagawa, Rice, and Sills

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Example:

Qm (3 times)............should be Qm

Chuang and Rice............should be Chuang, Kagawa, Rice, and Sills

Ashby and Wilkinson

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Example:

Qm (3 times)............should be Qm

Chuang and Rice............should be Chuang, Kagawa, Rice, and Sills

Ashby and Wilkinson.............should be Wilkinson and Ashby

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Example:

Qm (3 times)............should be Qm

Chuang and Rice............should be Chuang, Kagawa, Rice, and Sills

Ashby and Wilkinson.............should be Wilkinson and Ashby

Grabke

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Example:

Qm (3 times)............should be Qm

Chuang and Rice............should be Chuang, Kagawa, Rice, and Sills

Ashby and Wilkinson.............should be Wilkinson and Ashby

Grabke............should be Grabke and Martin

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Example:

Qm (3 times)............should be Qm

Chuang and Rice............should be Chuang, Kagawa, Rice, and Sills

Ashby and Wilkinson.............should be Wilkinson and Ashby

Grabke............should be Grabke and Martin

McKimpson et al.

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Example:

Qm (3 times)............should be Qm

Chuang and Rice............should be Chuang, Kagawa, Rice, and Sills

Ashby and Wilkinson.............should be Wilkinson and Ashby

Grabke............should be Grabke and Martin

McKimpson et al.............should be McKimpson

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Example:

Qm (3 times)............should be Qm

Chuang and Rice............should be Chuang, Kagawa, Rice, and Sills

Ashby and Wilkinson.............should be Wilkinson and Ashby

Grabke............should be Grabke and Martin

McKimpson et al.............should be McKimpson

2s

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Example:

Qm (3 times)............should be Qm

Chuang and Rice............should be Chuang, Kagawa, Rice, and Sills

Ashby and Wilkinson.............should be Wilkinson and Ashby

Grabke............should be Grabke and Martin

McKimpson et al.............should be McKimpson

2s................should be 2S

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Example:

Qm (3 times)............should be Qm

Chuang and Rice............should be Chuang, Kagawa, Rice, and Sills

Ashby and Wilkinson.............should be Wilkinson and Ashby

Grabke............should be Grabke and Martin

McKimpson et al.............should be McKimpson

2s................should be 2S

(dr/dt)gen

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Example:

Qm (3 times)............should be Qm

Chuang and Rice............should be Chuang, Kagawa, Rice, and Sills

Ashby and Wilkinson.............should be Wilkinson and Ashby

Grabke............should be Grabke and Martin

McKimpson et al.............should be McKimpson

2s................should be 2S

(dr/dt)gen.............should be (dr/dt)gen

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Example:

Qm (3 times)............should be Qm

Chuang and Rice............should be Chuang, Kagawa, Rice, and Sills

Ashby and Wilkinson.............should be Wilkinson and Ashby

Grabke............should be Grabke and Martin

McKimpson et al.............should be McKimpson

2s................should be 2S

(dr/dt)gen.............should be (dr/dt)gen

That is why, we are justified in using for [C], the value of ...........????

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Example:

values of A1 and n1 depends on whether the accommodation occurs by diffusional of dislocation creep...............?????

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Example:

values of A1 and n1 depends on whether the accommodation occurs by diffusional of dislocation creep...............?????

It has been show that

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Example:

values of A1 and n1 depends on whether the accommodation occurs by diffusional of dislocation creep...............?????

It has been show that

A1 and n1 are given by

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Example:

values of A1 and n1 depends on whether the accommodation occurs by diffusional of dislocation creep...............?????

It has been show that

A1 and n1 are given by

high pressure exponent (n)

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Example:

values of A1 and n1 depends on whether the accommodation occurs by diffusional of dislocation creep...............?????

It has been show that

A1 and n1 are given by

high pressure exponent (n)....................should be (m)

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Example:

values of A1 and n1 depends on whether the accommodation occurs by diffusional of dislocation creep...............?????

It has been show that

A1 and n1 are given by

high pressure exponent (n)....................should be (m)

in Eq. [25]...........there is no Eq. [25]

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Example:

values of A1 and n1 depends on whether the accommodation occurs by diffusional of dislocation creep...............?????

It has been show that

A1 and n1 are given by

high pressure exponent (n)....................should be (m)

in Eq. [25]...........there is no Eq. [25]

value of A1 and n1 is given by Eq. [23].........????

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Example:

values of A1 and n1 depends on whether the accommodation occurs by diffusional of dislocation creep...............?????

It has been show that

A1 and n1 are given by

high pressure exponent (n)....................should be (m)

in Eq. [25]...........there is no Eq. [25]

value of A1 and n1 is given by Eq. [23].........????

Using the values for Ko and aC indicated in Table I...........no aC values in Table I !!

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Class activities

1. Informal talks

on project work

2. Formal talks

on project work

3. Approx. 3 page papers

on project work

4. Review paper

5. Final proposal

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Class activities

1. Informal talks

on project work

2. Formal talks

on project work

3. Approx. 3 page papers

on project work

4. Review paper

5. Final proposal

a. Names of those to lead a discussion

selected by lot prior to class period.

b. Informal talks will be graded. If absent or

unprepared, grade is F.

c. These talks begin in 2 weeks.

d. Be prepared to lead a

discussion every class period.

e. All materials for discussions....diagrams,

tables, lists, text materials must be placed on

the computer prior to class.

f. Appropriate to raise questions that arise

during your reading and research in class

discussions.

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Class activities

1. Informal talks

on project work

2. Formal talks

on project work

3. Approx. 3 page papers

on project work

4. Review paper

5. Final proposal

a. First formal presentation to industry people is literature review at mid semester.

b. Second formal presentation to industry people is final proposal at end of semester.

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Class activities

1. Informal talks

on project work

2. Formal talks

on project work

3. Approx. 3 page papers

on project work

4. Review paper

5. Final proposal

a. Submit on time with correct file name by

emailing to rx7@psu.edu or team facilitator.

b. First paper is due 30 January, by midnight.

c. Only one file; all figures, tables, illustrations

must be in text file.

d. Graded work emailed back to you. Correct

files when returned. Use MS Word

to read annotations in text. See or email

instructor if questions about notations on

your papers.

e. The two major papers can be constructed

from these "mini-papers".

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Class activities

1. Informal talks

on project work

2. Formal talks

on project work

3. Approx. 3 page papers

on project work

4. Review paper

5. Final proposal

a. Submit on time with correct file name by

emailing to rx7@psu.edu or team facilitator.

b. Due 6 March.

c. Only one file; all figures, tables, illustrations

must be in text file.

d. Correct files when returned to you and

incorporate this work into final proposal.

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Class activities

1. Informal talks

on project work

2. Formal talks

on project work

3. Approx. 3 page papers

on project work

4. Review paper

5. Final proposal

a. Submit on time with correct file name emailing

to rx7@psu.edu or team facilitator.

b. Due 4 May.

c. Only one file; all figures, tables, illustrations

must be in text file.

d. Propose new solution to problem in this

proposal and support your choice of a solution

in detail.

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Class activities

1. Informal talks

on project work

2. Formal talks

on project work

3. Approx. 3 page papers

on project work

4. Review paper

5. Final proposal

e. Suggested outline for final proposal:

I. Introduction

(General area of project, objective of

proposal)

II. Background

A. Current processes or techniques

B. Scientific/Engineering analysis of

above

III. Alternatives

(Scientific/Engineering analysis of

alternatives)

IV. Proposed method or idea

A. Detailed account of approach

B. Scientific/Engineering support

V. Proposed studies

(Studies and information required to

implement process) Required!!!

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Order of investigation:

1. How is it done now?

2. Why is it done this way?

3. What are other possibilities?

4. Critique of these possibilities

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Order of investigation:

Journals

Texts

Symposia proceedings

Pop journals such as JOM and Advanced Materials & Processes

Patent literature

Theses

Faculty

Advertising materials

Personal contacts

Alumni

Industry liaison people

Newsgroups

Web

=> =>SciFinder Scholar - search CA electronically<= <=

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Team BERT

Winkler

Redline

Jones

Mizikar

Team PINK

Mehta

Creamer

Juwondo

Team JAM

Van Shura

Janus

Adler

Muscarella

Team KISS

Chiang

Masser

Benko

Larios

Team BLACK

Gabriel

Burton

Dankanich

Kelly

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Team BERT

Winkler

Redline

Jones

Mizikar

Team PINK

Mehta

Creamer

Juwondo

Team JAM

Van Shura

Janus

Adler

Muscarella

Team KISS

Chiang

Masser

Benko

Larios

Team BLACK

Gabriel

Burton

Dankanich

Kelly

ceramic tubes for gum barrels - AML

hip implant

system - Carpenter

mold materials for investment casting - Cedakron

coronary stent

system - Carpenter

galvanic corrosion in bolted assembly - CTC

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Team BERT

Winkler

Redline

Jones

Mizikar

Team PINK

Mehta

Creamer

Juwondo

Team JAM

Van Shura

Janus

Adler

Muscarella

Team KISS

Chiang

Masser

Benko

Larios

Team BLACK

Gabriel

Burton

Dankanich

Kelly

ceramic tubes for gum barrels - AML

hip implant

system - Carpenter

mold materials for investment casting - Cedakron

coronary stent

system - Carpenter

1st task - decide on new

team name

galvanic corrosion in bolted assembly - CTC

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Team BERT

Winkler

Redline

Jones

Mizikar

Team PINK

Mehta

Creamer

Juwondo

Team JAM

Van Shura

Janus

Adler

Muscarella

Team KISS

Chiang

Masser

Benko

Larios

Team BLACK

Gabriel

Burton

Dankanich

Kelly

ceramic tubes for gum barrels - AML

hip implant

system - Carpenter

mold materials for investment casting - Cedakron

coronary stent

system - Carpenter

2nd task - arrange time

(about one hour) during

which ALL team

members & facilitator

(observer) can meet

EVERY WEEK to

review work & plan

next week's

activities.

galvanic corrosion in bolted assembly - CTC

slide52

Team BERT

Winkler

Redline

Jones

Mizikar

Team PINK

Mehta

Creamer

Juwondo

Team JAM

Van Shura

Janus

Adler

Muscarella

Team KISS

Chiang

Masser

Benko

Larios

Team BLACK

Gabriel

Burton

Dankanich

Kelly

ceramic tubes for gum barrels - AML

hip implant

system - Carpenter

mold materials for investment casting - Cedakron

coronary stent

system - Carpenter

MEET THIS WEEK

galvanic corrosion in bolted assembly - CTC

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4th task - prepare for industry visit by finding

out as much as possible about problem

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4th task - prepare for industry visit by finding

out as much as possible about problem

Other things to do - check email to see when industry visit will be next week

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4th task - prepare for industry visit by finding

out as much as possible about problem

Other things to do - check email to see when industry visit will be next week

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