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ENGR 2313   Materials Engineering
Atomic nature of materials including atomic structure, atomic and molecular bonding, crystalline and noncrystalline structures, imperfections, and electronic properties. Basic material properties of metals, organics, and ceramics. Solutions, phase relationships, reactions, modification of properties, stability of materials in service, and composite materials. Class 3. Prerequisites: CHEM 1111, CHEM 1113, and PHYS 2013 or PHYS 1113.
 
MJET 2021   Materials Joining Fundamentals Laboratory
Laboratory experience in welding and materials joining, using low hydrogen and other shielded metal arc electrodes, gas tungsten arc welding, and plastics joining. Includes basic experimental methods and introduction to laboratory report writing. Lab 3. Prerequisite: ENGR 1311. Corequisite: MJET 2023 (Spring)
 
MJET 2023   Materials Joining Fundamentals
Fundamentals of materials joining theory, principles and application. Includes basics of interatomic and interfacial bonding, process characteristics and classification, arc physics and metal transfer, energy and power sources, heat flow, distortion and residual stress, joint design and weld symbols, inspection and quality, safety and health, economics and process selection. Class 3. Prerequisite: ENGR 1311. Corequisite: MJET 2021. (Spring)
 
MJET 3413   Design Topics in Materials Joining
Conventional and modern methods of joint design and flaw assessment for static, dynamic, and cyclic loading. Effects and control of residual stresses and distortion. Principles of failure diagnosis, use of numerical methods, quality and reliability concepts, codes and standards, cost estimation and process selection. Class 3. Prerequisite: ENGR 2313. Corequisite: MEGR 3323 or METC 3323. (Spring)
 
MJTC 2634   Joining Methods and Processes
A study of the principles and methods embodied in a representative sampling of traditional and nontraditional processes for joining materials. Laboratory experience includes processes such as oxy-fuel gas, gas metal arc, flux cored arc, gas tungsten arc welding, laser beam, ultrasonic spot, atomic hydrogen, electric resistance spot, arc air gouging, and submerged arc welding. Also includes mechanical testing and metallography of completed welds. Class 3. Lab 3. Prerequisites: MJET2021 and MJET 2022. (Fall)
 
MJTC 4214   Joining of Metals
Application of welding metallurgy principles to fusion welding ferrous and non-ferrous engineering alloys. Specific alloys discussed include carbon, low alloy, HSLA, stainless steels, tool and die steels, aluminum, nickel-based, and titanium alloys. Laboratory includes weldability testing, metallographic sample preparation and evaluation techniques. Class 3. Lab 3. Prerequisites: ENGR 2313, MJET 2021, and MJET 2023. (Fall)
 
MJTC 4423   Nondestructive Testing
Principles and practices of nondestructive methods for evaluating conformance to applicable workmanship and quality standards. Laboratory experience includes performance of liquid penetrant, magnetic particle, radiography, ultrasonics, and eddy current testing techniques. Interpretation and written communication of test results are emphasized. Class 2. Lab 3. Prerequisites: PHYS1123 and ENGR2313. (Spring)
 
Total Hours: 21