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Engineering Using High Strength Metals and Alloys

Prerequisite: ENMA300, ENMA362, and ENMA461; and permission of ENGR-Materials Science & Engineering department. This is a class focused on the materials engineering challenges of applying high strength metals and alloys to solutions. The extraordinary properties of these alloys derive from (1) highly metastable microstructures, (2) high strengths and melting points of the base metals, (3) complicated processing and fabrication procedures, and (4) their resulting complex behavior in extreme environments. This course will give you the knowledge base you need to select, apply and troubleshoot the performance of high strength metals and alloys in a variety of applications.

Fall 2021

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Average rating: 4.25

Average GPA: 3.52 between 50 students

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