Materials Science and Engineering ,
An important field of science that has always had a strong effect on the evolution of civilizations and how advanced they were .
Being a measure of humanity's capability, knowledge of materials was used to mark ages , we say "stone age"... . As time passes, our knowledge became more comprehensive and accurate about the different types of materials and their properties ,
So advanced that we can now produce new materials, which is what we call materials engineering. And That's why I present this course to you .
One of the fields that I study passionately is materials science, because it is a crucial prerequisite for designing any structure or machine . This course "Crystallography" is an introductory course for materials science, starting from the very basics ,designed for high school students or college students in early years , who are interested to know how do solid materials look like at the deepest levels of the atomic scale . how are atoms oriented together, and how could we describe this orientation.
In this course we'll not follow the traditional way of teaching . It is meant to be a comprehensive course covering a large group of topics regarding crystalline solids , especially steels ceramics and polymers . As they are the most commonly used materials in manufacturing. We will study these topics in full detail ,and move slowly but surely towards building a strong foundation for future studies in engineering fields .
This is the first batch of the course covering the following topics :
- Crystal structure and its different levels
- 2d & 3d Lattices -unit cells - symmetry in 2d &3d ,
- Square lattice as an example of 2d lattices
- Cubic lattice as an example of 3d lattices .
Special illustration methods are used to make sure the information is properly delivered .
This course consists of : 4:47 hours , 31 videos, average 8.7 minutes per video .
And remember that you have a 30 day money back guarantee, if you are not totally satisfied with the course. Looking forward to your suggestions and Support and,
See you in the course.