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MATE 483 Environmental Effects on Materials 3.0 Credits

Environmental degradation is explored with a focus on electrochemical corrosion reactions in metals and alloys due to atmospheric, aqueous, chemical or elevated temperature exposure. In addition, high temperature degradation of ceramics and degradation of polymers due to exposure to heat, light and chemicals will be addressed. The role of these environmental effects during service and the impact on performance and reliability will be explored.

College/Department: College of Engineering
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: MATE 245 [Min Grade: D]

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