ME 533 - Physical Basis for Plasticity
|Physical Basis for Plasticity||ME533||A||56096||LCD||4||1300 - 1450||T R||410B1 Engineering Hall||Armand Beaudoin, Jr|
|Physical Basis for Plasticity||ME533||ONL||56935||ONL||4||-||Armand Beaudoin, Jr|
Physical and mathematical foundation for plasticity in crystalline materials, with application to deformation processes. Metal forming; deformation processes in other materials, such as slip in geological materials and polymers; rate dependence of plastic flow, with underlying physical mechanisms; kinetics of dislocation motion, mechanisms of work hardening, and crystallographic texture; theoretical framework for modeling the constitutive response of rate-dependent materials undergoing crystallographic slip, and allied computational procedures. Course Information: Prerequisite: TAM 445.