Nanoscale Magnetic Materials - Magnetic Domains

mawi-705: Advanced Materials A - Metals

Lecturer(s)

Dates

Organizatorial

For Students of Master's program in Materials Science and of Diploma program in Materials Science, Physics, Chemistry, Earth Science, and Electrical Engineering. You have to register at OpenOlat: https://lms.uni-kiel.de/url/RepositoryEntry/3723755528

Schedule and lecture notes

Lecture will be face-to-face.

It is planned to also stream the lecture via ZOOM.

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Files will be updated during the semester.

  1. Kick-off (2020)
  2. Introduction (2020)
  3. Alloying and phase diagrams I (2020)
  4. Alloying and phase diagrams II (2020)
  5. Mechanical properties - dislocations Ia (2020)
  6. Mechanical properties - dislocations Ib (2020)
  7. Mechanical properties II (2020)
  8. Mechanical properties IIIa - fracture (2020)
  9. Mechanical properties IIIb - fracture to fatigue (2020)
  10. Mechanical properties IIIc - hardening (2020)
  11. Annealing - Recrystallization (2020)
  12. Transformation in the solid state (2020)
  13. ...
  14. Recrystallisation short version  (WS19/20)
  15. Transformation in the solid state short version  (WS19/20)
  16. Ferrous alloys (old)
  17. Ferromagnetic metals (old)
 
 
Literature
 
  • G. Gottstein, Physical Foundations of Materials Science, Springer 2004 (German edition available).
  • R.E. Reed-Hill and R. Abbaschian, Physical Metallurgy Principles, PWS-Kent 1992 (new version available, 2010).
  • W.D. Callister, Materials Science and Engineering, Wiley 2000 (or later).
  • D.R. Askeland, P.P. Fulay & W.J. Wright, The Science and Engineering of Materials, Cengage Learning 2010.