MME NOTES

MME NOTES

 

“Metallurgical & Materials Engineering Notes will be updating very soon and currently under construction.”

Till now whatever I gathered material and uploading in this place, you can directly download from the below provided the link which is the format of pdf.I will keep on updating with new notes and Books of all about Metallurgy and Materials Engineering.You can follow this blog further any queries.

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Are you looking for  All Types of E-Books Names then here is the right place to visit:

 MME List Of -E-Books Details

Every metallurgical engineer should Read to know Some Basic Concepts which is Backbone of Metallurgy World that is  IRON& STEELS MAKING, isn’t it ..?

Iron And Steel Making pPT’s: –Ion-and-Steel-Making-PPT

So then why you’re waiting to search notes here and there .kindly follow this website forever and ever .one of the best collections materials about Iron and steel making.

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1.Steel making PDF Notes  by Prof.Deepak Mazumdar,Prof.S.C.Koria,Department of Metallurgical & Materials Engineering,IIT Kanpur (NPTEL):

Lecture 1Lecture 2Lecture 3Lecture 4Lecture 5Lecture 6Lecture 7Lecture 8Lecture 9Lecture 10Lecture 11Lecture 12Lecture 13Lecture 14Lecture 15Lecture 16Lecture 17Lecture 18Lecture 19Lecture 20Lecture 21Lecture 22Lecture 23Lecture 24Lecture 25Lecture 26Lecture 27Lecture 28Lecture 29Lecture 30Lecture 31Lecture 32Lecture 33Lecture 34Lecture 35Lecture 36Lecture 37Lecture 38Lecture 39Lecture 40Lecture 41Lecture 42


“SEMESTER WISE METALLURGICAL  ENGINEER NOTES “

1.BASCIS CONCEPTS  ABOUT METALLURGCIAL ENGINEERS.

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0B2tG8VBvYPogdk5tQ3VPMm5panc

2.SECOND SEMESTER OF UNDER-GRADAUTES METALLURGICAL ENGINEER.

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0B2tG8VBvYPogUGtETjJNTHg5QUE

3.THIRD SEMESTER OF UNDER-GRADAUTES METALLURGICAL ENGINEER .

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0B2tG8VBvYPogWkJERnUzZS1pQ1U

4.FOURTH SEMESTER OF UNDER-GRADAUTES METALLURGICAL ENGINEER .

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0B2tG8VBvYPogVzdCWHFEUmQ2OU0

5.FIRTH SEMESTER OF UNDER-GRADAUTES METALLURGICAL ENGINEER .

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0B2tG8VBvYPogTW9pTlByM0UtczQ

6.SIXSEMESTER OF UNDER-GRADAUTES METALLURGICAL ENGINEER .

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0B2tG8VBvYPogeVZvSUptUmFSUUE

7.SEVENTH  SEMESTER OF UNDER-GRADAUTES METALLURGICAL ENGINEER .

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0B2tG8VBvYPogc2Z6MEhCSS1QWEk

8.EIGHT SEMESTER OF UNDER-GRADAUTES METALLURGICAL ENGINEER.

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0B2tG8VBvYPogNDVkOW9aWGV2V0k

SUCH A GREAT  CONTRIBUTION  BY SHASTI RAJA.V (ANNA UNIVERSITY)


1.Fundamentals of Ceramics-Barsoum. 

FundamentalsofCeramics-Barsoum

2.Geiger transport phenomena in metallurgy.

geiger_transport phenomena in metallurgy

3.Transport and chemical rate phenomena

22_transport_and_chemical_rate_phenomena (2)

4.Materials Science By KAKANI.

Material Science-Kakani

5.Physical Metallurgy By V.Raghavan.

Physical Metallurgy by V.Raghavan

6.Chemical Thermodynamics of Materials.

Chemical_Thermodynamics_of_Materials

7.MATERIALS CHARACTERIZATION Introduction to Microscopic and Spectroscopic Methods by Yang Leng

Materials_Characterization__Introduction_to_Microscopic_and_Spectroscopic_Methods

8.X Ray Diffraction Crystallography Introduction Examples and Solved Problems By Springer

X_Ray_Diffraction_Crystallography__Introduction__Examples_and_Solved_Problems

9.SCANNING ELECTRON MICROSCOPY By IIT Kanpur 

SCANNING ELECTRON MICROSCOPY

10. Heat Transfer  By (J.P. Holman).

Heat Transfer (J.P. Holman)

11.Principle and Application of  Thermal analysis.

Principles and Applications of Thermal Analysis

12.KraftMakher, Equilibrium Point Defects.

KraftMakher, Equilibrium Point Defects (WS, 2000)(ISBN 9810241402)

13.Characterization techniques for Nanoparticles.Useful to the people working in Nanotechnology. // Part 1-Technical Approaches  // 2-X-ray   //  3-TEM and spectroscopy of Nanoparticles  // 4-STEM of Nanoparticles  // 5-Scanning Probe Microscopy of Nanoparticles  // 6-Electrical and Electrochemical Analysis of Nanophase  // 7-Optical Spectroscopy of nanophase  // 8-NMR  Part II-Nanocrystal systemsPart 1-Technical Approaches  // 10-Nanomagnetism   // 11-Metal-oxide and -sulfide   // 12-Electron microscopy // Front cover and Index

14.Mechanical and physical properties of All Various types of Alloys. // Alloys 15.   MATERIALS CHARACTERIZATION By  Yang Leng (Hong Kong University of Science and Technology): Material Characterization

TOPIC-WISE COMPLETELY MATERIALS :

Materials Science and Engineering:

CHAPTER 1:

Metals – Definition, history and examples. Ceramics- Definition, history and examples. Plastics – Definition, history and examples. Electronic Materials – Definition, history, and examples. Composites – Definition, history and examples. Concrete :- http://academic.uprm.edu/pcaceres/Courses/MatEng/MSE1-1.pdf

CHAPTER 2:

Mechanical Properties. Types. Basic Definitions. Tensile Testing. Engineering Stress and Strain. True Stress and Strain. Strain Hardening Parameter. Instability on Tension. Fracture Behavior – Ductile and Brittle. Stress-Strain Behavior of Ceramics. Torsion Test. Impact Test. Ductile-Brittle Transition Temperature. Hardness. Hardness Types. Correlation between hardness and tensile strength. Fatigue Test. Creep Test.

http://academic.uprm.edu/pcaceres/Courses/MatEng/MSE2-1.pdf

http://academic.uprm.edu/pcaceres/Courses/MatEng/MSE2-2.pdf

CHAPTER 3:

Atomic Structure. Electronic Structure. Electronegativity. Periodic Table. Atomic size. Ionic Size. Ionic Bond – Properties. Covalent Bond – Properties. Polar Covalent. Carbon Hybridization. Metallic Bond – Properties. Secondary Bonding. Mixed Bonds.

Crystal Structure. Lattice. Unit Cell. Crystal Systems. Bravais Lattices. Cubic Cells. Coordination Number. Atomic Packing Factor. Hexagonal Close Packed Cells. Atomic Position in Cubic Cells. Directions. Miller Indices. Planes. Packing of Atoms. Density. Polymorphism – Allotropy. X-Ray Diffraction.

http://academic.uprm.edu/pcaceres/Courses/MatEng/MSE3-1.pdf

http://academic.uprm.edu/pcaceres/Courses/MatEng/MSE3-2.pdf

http://academic.uprm.edu/pcaceres/Courses/MatEng/MSE3-3.pdf

CHAPTER 4:

Defects in Solids. Vacancies. Solid Solution – Substitutional – Interstitial. Interstitial Sites. Dislocations. Interfacial Defects. Grain size.

http://academic.uprm.edu/pcaceres/Courses/MatEng/MSE4-1.pdf

CHAPTER 5:

Solidification. Driving Force. Nucleation – Homogeneous – Heterogeneous. Inoculation. Casting – Columnar Zone. Diffusion. Steady State Diffusion. Diffusivity. Non-Steady-State Diffusion – Carburization.

http://academic.uprm.edu/pcaceres/Courses/MatEng/MSE5-1.pdf  http://academic.uprm.edu/pcaceres/Courses/MatEng/MSE5-2.pdf

CHAPTER 6:

Deformation in single crystals. Slip systems. Resolved shear stress. Plastic deformation in polycrystals. Strengthening Mechanisms. Strain hardening. Cold work. Recovery. Recrystallization. Grain growth. Solid solution strengthening. Strengthening by Grain size reduction. Dispersion strengthening. Precipitation hardening.

http://academic.uprm.edu/pcaceres/Courses/MatEng/MSE6-1.pdf

CHAPTER 7:

Phase Diagrams. Pure substances. Gibbs Phase rule. Solubility limit. Binary isomorphous system. Interpretation of phase diagrams. Equilibrium cooling. Non-equilibrium cooling. Invariant points in binary systems. Eutectic – System and Microstructure. Microconstituents. Intermediate phases. Intermetallic compounds. Iron-Iron Carbide Diagram. Eutectoid steel – Pearlite. Hypo and hypereutectoid steel.Ferrous Alloys. Low Alloy steels. High Alloy Steels. Austenitic Steel. Stainless Steels. Cast Irons – Grey – White – Nodular – Malleable. Non-Ferrous Alloys. Copper and Copper Alloys – Bronzes – Brasses. Copper-Nickel. Aluminum Alloys – Wrought – Cast. Magnesium Alloys. Titanium Alloys. Others.

http://academic.uprm.edu/pcaceres/Courses/MatEng/MSE7-2.pdf

http://academic.uprm.edu/pcaceres/Courses/MatEng/MSE7-3.pdf

CHAPTER 8:

Heat Treatment – Basic Concepts. S- Shape Transformation Curve. Isothermal Transformation. TTT Diagrams, Pearlite Formation. Bainite Formation. Martensite Formation. Continuous Cooling Transformation. Common Industrial Heat Treatments. Annealing. Normalizing. Spheroidizing. Quench & Temper. Austempering. Martempering. Hardenability.

http://academic.uprm.edu/pcaceres/Courses/MatEng/MSE8-1.pdf

http://academic.uprm.edu/pcaceres/Courses/MatEng/MSE8-2.pdf

CHAPTER 9:

Ceramic Materials. Structure and Properties. Silicate Ceramics and Carbon. Imperfections in Ceramics. Ceramic Phase Diagrams.polymers. Basic building blocks. Hydrocarbon molecules. Chemistry and Structure of Polymer Molecules. Common polymers. Isomers. Thermoplastic thermosetting.  Polymer crystallinity. Mechanical behavior of polymers. Viscoelasticity. Forming techniques for plastics. Composites Materials: Particle Reinforced Composites. Fiber-Reinforced Composites. Polymer Matrix Composites. Metal-Matrix Composites. Structural Composites.

http://academic.uprm.edu/pcaceres/Courses/MatEng/MSE9-1.pdf

http://academic.uprm.edu/pcaceres/Courses/MatEng/MSE9-2.pdf

CHAPTER 10:

Corrosion. Mechanism of deterioration. Oxidation. Scale type. Electrochemical corrosion. Electrode Potential. Standard Electromotive Force (EMF) series. Galvanic series. Forms of Corrosion.

http://academic.uprm.edu/pcaceres/Courses/MatEng/MSE10-1.pdf

 

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25 thoughts on “MME NOTES

  1. Its a knowledge hub for all Metallurgical related ppl and also helps a lot for the one who are preparing for Gate.
    Really appreciating the hardwork behind it.
    Expecting a lot more stuff from you.

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  2. wonderful…I like this site. Thank u all the team members and i’ll share this link to my metallurgical friends also
    Wish u all the best

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