ENGG 332: Topics in Plastic Flow and Fracture of Solids

Offered

Arrange

Prerequisites

ENGS 130, ENGS 132, and permission of instructor

Instructors

Frost

Cannot be used to satisfy any A.B. degree requirements

Advanced study may be pursued on topics related to the microscopic aspects of the plastic flow and fracture of solids. The topics extend those introduced in ENGS 130 and ENGS 132 by providing an in-depth examination of the methods of strengthening, brittle and ductile fracture, fatigue, creep, and superplasticity. The emphasis is on the mechanisms underlying the phenomena. Readings in the literature will be assigned, and the student will be required to prepare a detailed term paper.