- Callister, William D. & Rethwisch, David G. (2015). Materials science and engineering: SI version. 9th. ed. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley
- Kittel, Charles (2018). Introduction to solid state physics – Global edition. Wiley
About the course
The course objective is to provide the student with specialised knowledge within the field of materials engineering and the knowledge and skills to apply mathematical methods to solve problems in this field. Moreover, the student shall develop knowledge of the application of methods for analysis and tests of material properties.
This course is offered as part of a programme:
The course covers the following:
- advanced crystallography;
- lattice defects;
- diffusion mechanisms;
- phase diagrams;
- thermal, magnetic and optical properties;
- an overview of advanced and new materials; and
- laboratory sessions in metallography, electric and thermal properties.
- Degree of Engineering in Mechanical Engineering or a degree in a related field. All degrees must be equivalent to at least 180 higher education credits.
- At least 22.5 credits of Mathematics.
- The equivalent of English B in Swedish secondary school.
University credits completed 100%
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Faculty of Technology and Society
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