HIGH TEMPERATURE MATERIALS AND SUPER ALLOYS
TEACHER: SIR USMAN
MM-408: HIGH TEMPERATURE MATERIALS AND SUPERALLOYS
Overview of Elevated-Temperature Characteristics of Engineering Materials, Mechanical Properties and Corrosion. Industrial Applications of Heat-Resistant Materials. Properties of Superalloys, Metallurgy, Processing and Properties of Superalloys. Elevated-Temperature Corrosion of materials. Microstructural Instabilities. Protective Coatings Properties of Nonferrous Heat-Resistant Materials. Refractory Metals and Alloys. Structural Intermetallics Ceramics Carbon-Carbon Composites. Analysis and Design Assessment of Creep-Rupture Data. Thermomechanical Fatigue of Structural materials. Elevated-Temperature Crack Growth. Creep-Fatigue Interaction. Materials design for Elevated Temperature Applications. Design for Oxidation Resistance, Creep, thermal fatigue, oxidation, high temperature corrosion, erosion., Ageing, structural changes, material damage, Crack propagation, damage mechanics, life time analysis, Creep resistant steels, superalloys, ceramics and polymers for high temperature applications, intermetallics, Usage of high strength steels. Spring materials. Fatigue, Evaluation of property data, extrapolation.
Plastics and composites materials for high temperature applications.