ME 6795: Mathematical, Statistical, and Computational Techniques in Materials Science
Offered Every Fall
|Prerequisites:||Graduate standing in engineering or related discipline.|
|Catalog Description:||Emphasizes the fundamental physical, analytical, and mathematical techniques commonly encountered in materials engineering including stress and strain, crystallographic and orientation transformations, X-ray, TEM, and solid-state concepts. Crosslisted with MSE and TFE 6795.|
|Textbooks:||Lawrence E. Malvern, Introduction to Mechanics of a Continuous Medium, 1st Edition, Prentice Hall, 1997
Erwin Kreyszig, Advanced Engineering Mathematics, 8th Edition, John Wiley, 1998.
|Instructors:||Arun M. Gokhale (MSE)|
|Goals:||To learn the applications of mathematical, statistical, and computational techniques in Materials Science and Engineering, and the effective use of these tools for modeling materials processes, microstructures, and properties.|