Course Title : Crystallography of Metals

Code 10G055
Course Year Master and Doctor Course
Term 2nd term
Class day & Period Thu 3rd
Location C3-Lecture Room 3
Credits 2
Restriction No Restriction
Lecture Form(s) Lecture
Language Japanese
Instructor ,

Course Description

Metallic crystal structure and deformation behavior are lectured on the basis of metal physics and dislocation theory. Especially, mechanical properties of dislocation and its substructure, which is changed in association with deformation, are introduced, and the effect of grain boundary and free surface on dislocation motion is explained.

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Course Goals

The objective of this lecture is to deepen a further understanding of crystal growth methods, the dislocation theory and industrial problems.

Course Topics

Theme Class number of times Description
Introduction 1 Introduction
Ideal strength and slip deformation
Concept of dislocation
Simulation
Basis of crystallography 1 Typical crystallographic structure
Allotropic transformation
Stereographic projection of crystal
High temperature and vacuum techniques 1 Furnace
Vacuum pump
Crystal breeding 2 Single- and bi-crystal growth
Crystal growth
Vapor deposition and thin film
Dislocation theory 3 Plastic deformation of crystal
Definition and type of dislocation
Strain field around dislocation
Dislocation reaction
Dislocation multiplication
Mechanical properties of single- and bi-crystals 1 Dislocation substructure
Grain boundary structure
Reaction between dislocation and grain boundary
Deformation of micro- and nano- materials
Fatigue 3 Fatigue of single crystal
Fatigue dislocation substructure
Fatigue cracking mechanism
Fatigue of micro- and nano- materials
Observation and analysis techniques 2 Introduction of electron microscope and observation case
Summary 1 Discussion and report

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