MSE 2094: Analytic Methods in Materials Engineering
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Information about the class:
guidelines for exams, projects, papers, grading, course requirements, and links
to class syllabus.
Throughout this semester students are encouraged
to contact Dr. R.D. Kriz via email at
Topics: Additional information for students in MSE2094
- Introduction to Numerical Methods used in MSE2094.
- Diffusion: Class Project, Spring 1995.
- Molecular Dynamics: NSF-STC SURP Project, Summer 1995.
- Phase Diagram Basics: Class Project, Spring 1996.
- Fracture: Class Project, Spring 1997, (Outline/Contracts/Contacts).
- Statistical-Fractographic-Numeric Analysis of Composite Laminate Fracture.
- Descriptive, Inferential, and Graphical STATiStical (DIGSTATS) analysis of experimental data, Central Virginia Governors School & NSF-STC SURP Project, (OLD version) summer 1996.
- Viscoelasticity of Polymer Composites, Future Project.
- Calculating Surface Energies: Future Project.
MSE2094 Class projects related to MSE2034:
Each year the MSE2094 class will create an html document on one of the topics
listed above as a team class project that will benefit next years' MSE2034
class. Professors who teach MSE2034 are requested to participate. Contact Ron
Kriz if you wish to participate.
Projects completed or for future development:
- Diffusion, Spring 1995, Class of 1997, Prof Ron Kriz.
- Phase Diagram Basics, Spring 1996, Class of 1998, Profs R.D. Kriz and G.Q. Lu.
- Fracture, Spring 1997, Class of 1999, Prof R.D. Kriz
Materials Science & Engineering 2094, Spring 1998
Any comments and suggestions about the material presented above, please contact
Ron Kriz at firstname.lastname@example.org
Ronald D. Kriz, Virginia Tech, College of Engineering