NUC-402 Nuclear Materials
Nuclear Materials is a study of materials used in nuclear engineering applications. It is designed to provide an understanding of atomic bonding; crystalline and noncrystalline structures; diffusion; failure analysis and prevention; kinetics; mechanical and thermal behavior; phase diagrams; ceramics; polymers; composites; and materials used in engineering designs. The course also includes descriptions of characteristic properties and methods conducting common tests and interpreting results.
Semester Hours: 3
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