Courses Syllabus

Below you’ll find the syllabus of all PIPE’s courses. More details on courses being offered this semester is available at http://www.tecnologia.ufpr.br/portal/pipe/matriculas-semestrais/

  • ECMA7004 – MATERIALS SCIENCE

Prereq: None

Total Number of Hours: 60h / 4h lecture per week

Introduction, Chemical Bonding, Amorphous states and its models, Crystalline structures: 2 and 3 dimensions, dense packing, liquid crystals, crystalline lattice imperfections, microstructure: structural hierarchies, deformation, transformation, case studies. Structural characterization of materials; Mechanical properties; Electrical properties; Thermal properties; Materials selection; Materials for Engineering: microstructure and properties.

Recommended Textbooks:  1) Materials Science and Engineering: An Introduction, W. D. Callister, Jr. John Wiley & Sons, 1997; 2) Engineering Materials 1: An Introduction to Their properties and Applications M. F. Ashby, D. R. H. Jones. Pergamon Press, 1980. 2nd ed: 1996. 3) Engineering Materials 2: An Introduction to Microstructures, Processing and Design M. F. Ashby, D. R. H. Jones. Pergamon Press, 1986. 2nd ed: 1998. 4) Introduction to Materials Science for Engineers J. F. Shackelford. Prentice Hall, 1996

  • ECMA7037 – THERMODYNAMICS OF MATERIALS

Prereq: None

Total Number of Hours: 60h / 4h lecture per week

Historical perspective, Laws of Thermodynamics, Thermodynamic Potentials, Fundamentals of statistical thermodynamics, thermodynamics of solids, phase transformations, chemical thermodynamics, phase diagrams, kinetics of transformations.

Recommended Textbooks: 1)Hudson, J. B., Thermodynamics of Materials: A Classical and Statistical Synthesis, John Wiley & Sons, 1996 2)  Rogone, D.V., “Thermodynamics of Materials”, vol I e II, MIT, John Wiley & Sons Inc., 1995 3) DeHoff, Robert T., Thermodynamics in Materials Science, Mcgraw-Hill,1993 4) Borg, R. J., The Physical Chemistry of Solids, Academic Press, 1992 Swalin R. A., Thermodynamics of Solids, John Wiley & Sons, 1972  

  • ECMA7033 – SEMINARS

Prereq: None

Total Number of Hours: 30h / 2h lecture per week

Graduate students have to present seminars related to their research themes.

Recommended Textbooks: None

  • ECMA7019 – PHYSICAL METALURGY

Prereq: None

Total Number of Hours: 60h / 4h lecture per week

Introduction; Crystalline structure; Defects; Diffusion; Deformation; Nucleation and Growth; Precipitation; Phase transformations; Solid solutions.

Recommended Textbooks: 1) Avner, “Introduction to Physical Metallurgy”, Editora McGraw Hill, 1974. 2) Cottrell, “Introdução Ă  Metalurgia”, Fundação Cauloste Gulbenkien, 1975. 3) Haasen, “Physical Metallurgy”, Cambridge University Press, 1992. 4) Smallman, R.E. e Bishop, R.J., “Metals and Materials – Science, Processes, Aplications”,  Butterworth Heinemann Ltda., 1995. 5) Porter, D.A. e Easterling, K.E., “Phase transformations in Metals and Alloys”, Van Nostrand Reinhold (UK) co. Ltda., 1984. 6) Hull, D., “Introduction to Dislocations”, Pergaman Press, 1969. 7) Reed-Hill and Abbaschian, “Physical Metallurgy Principles”, PWS-Kent, 1992.

  •  ECMA7011 – SPECIFICATION AND THERMAL TREATMENT OF METALLIC MATERIALS

Prereq: None

Total Number of Hours: 60h / 4h lecture per week

Ferro and non-ferro alloys. Heating and cooling transformations. Thermal and thermodynamic treatments. Normalization. Selection rules.

Recommended Textbooks: 1) K. E. Thelming, “Steel and Heat Treatment”, The Institute of Materials, 1993. 2) R.W.K. Honeycombe, “Aços, Microestrutura e Propriedades”, Fundação Caloute Gulbenkian, 1982 3) Palmear, I.J., “Light Alloys – Metallurgy of Light Alloys”, 1980.

  • ECMA7035 – EXPERIMENTAL TECHNIQUES IN METALURGY

Prereq: None

Total Number of Hours: 60h / 4h lecture per week

Laboratory practice, aiming to observe relation between processing conditions and microstructure, and microstructure versus mechanical behavior. Thermal treatment, mechanical essays, data analysis and interpretation.

Recommended Textbooks: None

  • ECMA7017 – POWDER METALURGY

Prereq: None

Total Number of Hours: 60h / 4h lecture per week

Introduction; Powder production techniques (thermodynamic aspects and phase stability, chemical and mechanical processes in obtaining metallic, ceramic powders, whiskers and nanocrystals); Powder properties and characteristics; Preparation of power for conformation (alloy techniques, mixtures, agglomerates, thermal treatments); Safety and Health aspects(powder toxicity, explosive and pyrophoric tendencies); Extrusion, Lamination, Sintering. Equipments and atmospheres for sintering; Porosity; Products of Powder Metallurgy and its Applications.

Recommended Textbooks: Introduction to Powder Metallurgy, ThĂĽmmler, F. & Oberacker, R., The Institute of Materials, Londres, GB, 1993.

  • ECMA7015  – COMPOSITE MATERIALS

Prereq: None

Total Number of Hours: 60h / 4h lecture per week

Introduction; Matrix structures; Types of fibers, characteristics and properties; Reinforced Plastics; High performance composites; Vegetable fibers. Mechanical properties; Modifications of fibers; Matrix modifications; Coupling agents; Mechanical damage in composites; Fractures. Laminates/Pre-impregnates/ Pultrusion.

Recommended Textbooks: 1) Mano, E.B. – “ PolĂ­meros como materiais de engenharia”, Editora Edgard BlĂĽcher Ltda., SĂŁo Paulo 1991. 2) Clegg, D.W. e Collyer, A.A. – “ Mechanical Properties of reinforced thermoplastics”, Elsevier Applied Science Publishers, London 1986. 3) Callister, Jr. W.D. – “ Materials Science and Engineering”, John Wiley & Sons, New York 1997. 4) Hull, D. – “ An introduction to composite materials”, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 1988. 5) Cogswell, F.N. – “ Thermoplastic aromatic polymer composites”, Redwood Press Limited, London 1992. 6) Blass, A. – “ Processamento de polĂ­meros”, Editora da UFSC, FlorianĂłpolis, 1988.

  • ECMA7025 – POLYMERS

Prereq: None

Total Number of Hours: 60h / 4h lecture per week

Fundamentals; Polyolefins – Ziegler-Natta versus metallocenes; Polymer properties, thermoplastic elastomers; Tm e Tg; Polyaddition versus Polycondensation; Polymerization techniques and applications; Viscoelasticity. Factors affecting polymer viscosity; Elasticity; Mechanical properties of polymers. Inks/Coatings/Adhesives; Textile Fibers. Plastic Recycling.

Recommended Textbooks: 1) Krevelen, V.D.W. e Hoftyzer P.J. – Properties of polymers – correlation with chemical structure, Elsevier Publishig Company, London, 1972. 2) Nielsen, E.L. – Polymer rheology, Marcel Dekker Inc.; New York, 1977. 3) Kaufman, H.S. – Introduction to Polymer Science and technology: an SPE textbook, John Wiley & Sons, 1977. 4) Billmeyer, Jr. F.W. – Textbook of Polymer Science, Joh Wiley & Sons, New York, 1976. 5) Odian, G. – Principles of polymerization, McGraw-Hill Book Company, New York, 1970. 6) Legge N.R.; Holden, G. & Schroeder E. – Thermoplastic Elastomers: a comprehensive review, Hanser Publishing, New York, 1987. 7) Kinloch, A.J. – Adhesion and adhesives, Chapman and Hall, New York, 1987. 8) Garbassi, F.; Morra, M. & Occhiello, E. – Polymer Surfaces from physics to technology, John Wiley & Sons, New York, 1995.

  • ECMA7036 – THIN FILM TECHNOLOGY

Prereq: None

Total Number of Hours: 60h / 4h lecture per week

Chemical and Physical Vapor Deposition; Epitaxial growth; Characterization techniques for thin films; Mechanical, Electrical, Magnetic and optical properties of thin films; Metallurgic and protective films; Interdiffusion, Emergent technologies.

Recommended Textbooks: None

  • ECMA7044 –  HEAT AND MASS CONVECTIVE TRANSFER

Prereq: None

Total Number of Hours: 60h / 4h lecture per week

Convective transfer fundamentals; Laminar flow through pipes; Turbulence in plane surfaces; Free turbulence; Convection with phase transformation; Mass transference; Convection in porous media.

Recommended Textbooks: Bejan, A., Convection Heat Transfer, Wiley, New York, 1995. Bejan, A., Heat Transfer, Wiley, New York, 1993.

  • ECMA7034 – PHYSICAL SYSTEMS CONTROL AND SIMULATION

Prereq: None

Total Number of Hours: 60h / 4h lecture per week

Basics of simulation models; State of the art in exergetics and thermodynamic optimization; Thermoconomics and Exergoeconomy. Goal function. Analysis of models.

Recommended Textbooks: Bejan, A., Advanced Engineering Thermodynamics, 2nd. ed., Wiley, New York, 1997. Bejan, A., Entropy Generation Minization, CRC Press, 1996.

  • ECMA7010 – ADVANCED THERMODYNAMIC ENGINEERING

Prereq: None

Total Number of Hours: 60h / 4h lecture per week

First and Second Laws of thermodynamics: exergy destruction, monophase system, exergy generalization. Multi phase systems. Power generation. Solar Energy. Refrigeration. Thermodynamic project. Irreversible thermodynamics.

Recommended Textbooks: Bejan, A., Advanced Engineering Thermodynamics, 2nd ed., Wiley, New York, 1997.

  • ECMA7021 – NUMERICAL METHODS

Prereq: None

Total Number of Hours: 60h / 4h lecture per week

Computational arithmetic; non-linear equations solutions, systems of linear equations; numerical linear algebra, approximations. Numerical differentiation and integration. Ordinary differential equations. Runge-Kutta methods.

Recommended Textbooks: Kincaid, D. and Cheney, W., Numerical Analysis Mathematics of Scientific Computing, Brooks/Cole, 1991.

  • ECMA7018 – METALURGY AND WELDABILITY OF STEEL TO CARBON

Prereq: None

Total Number of Hours: 60h / 4h lecture per week

Soldering concepts. Soldering processes, physics of electric arc, energy sources for electric arc control and metal transfer from the addition metal. Weldability – coated electrodes, TIG, MIG/MAG. Thermal cycles of soldering and thermally affected zone. Weldability of steel to carbon. Maximum hardness. TRC-S diagrams. Solidification of fusion welds, microstructure and properties of the joined regions. Repair techniques. Case studies.

Recommended Textbooks: Kou S. Welding Mettallurgy. Editora John Wiley & Sons. EUA Modenesi P., Marques P., Dos Santos D. Curso de Metalurgia da Soldagem. UFMG. 1992. Folkhard E. Welding Metallurgy os Stainless Steels. N.Y. Lancaster J.F. Mettallurgy of Welding. George Alen & Unwin, Londres. 1986 Nóbrega A.F., Santos V.R. Alguns problemas de Soldagem em Plataformas Marítimas: A decoesão lamenar. RJ. Garland J.G. Solidification Cracking During Submerged Arc Welding of Carbon Manganesse Steels. WIRR. Cambridge. Okumura T., Taniguchi C. Engemharia de Soldagem e Aplicações. LTC, RJ. 1982.

  • ECMA7024 – EXPERIMENT PLANNING

Prereq: None

Total Number of Hours: 60h / 4h lecture per week

Research planning. Methodology. Experimental planning. Methodology for Planning and Data Analysis. Fractional factorial planning method. Sample size determination. Statistical analysis of experimental data. Seminars, cases of study.

Recommended Textbooks:  Design and Analysis of Experiments. 3ª edição, 1991. Montgomery, D.C.

  • ECMA7002 – THERMAL ASPERSION

Prereq: None

Total Number of Hours: 60h / 4h lecture per week

Fundamentals of Thermal Aspersion. Thermal Aspersion Processes. Oxyacetylene flame, electric arc, plasma, high speed flame,  Arc Combustion. Characteristics and properties of thermal aspersion deposited coatings. Microstructure. Materials used in thermal aspersion.

Recommended Textbooks: Pawlowkski, Lech. The Science and Engineering of Thermal Spray Coatings. 1995 Krepski, Richard P. Thermal Spray. Coatings Applications in the Chemical Process Industries. 1993 Stern Kurt H. Metallurgical and Ceramic Protective Coating.1996 Koul A.K. et al. Advances in High Temperature Structural Materials and Protective Coatings.1994 AWS. American Welding Society, Inc. Thermal Spraying. Practice, Theory, and Applications. 1985. Cortés P.Ramón. Tecnologia de Aspersão Térmica : Aspectos teóricos, processos e caracterização de revestimentos. UFPR 1998.

  • ECMA7032 – SPECIAL COATINGS

Prereq: None

Total Number of Hours: 60h / 4h lecture per week

Conventional soldering coatings, plasma, laser, thermal aspersion. Mechanical and microstructural characteristics of coatings. A posteriori treatments Applications. Case studies.

Recommended Textbooks: Streeter J. IntroducciĂłn a la terologia y sus aplicaciones. Ed. Instituto Eutectic + Castolin Pawlowkski, Lech. The Science and Engeneering of Thermal Spray Coatings. 1995 Krepski, Richard P. Thermal Spray. Coatings Applications in the Chemical Process Industries. 1993 Stern Kurt H. Metallurgical and Ceramic Protetive Coating.1996 Koul A.K. et al. Advances in High Temperature Strutural Materials and Protetive Coatings.1994 AWS. American Welding Society, Inc. Thermal Spraying. Practice, Theory, and Applications. 1985.

  • ECMA7040 – SPECIAL TOPICS IN CORROSION

Prereq: None

Total Number of Hours: 60h / 4h lecture per week

Soil induced corrosion. Electrochemical techniques applied to soils, soil corrosivity  criteria,   cathodic protection,  projects of cathodic protection, transmission line protection.

Recommended Textbooks: None

  • ECMA7005 – HEAT CONDUCTION

Prereq: None

Total Number of Hours: 60h / 4h lecture per week

Heat equation, thermal conductivity of solids. Stationary regime in 1, 2 and 3 dimensions. Fourier series methods, Laplace and Fourier transforms, Green’s function. Rectangular, cylindrical and spherical coordinates. Transient regime. Green’s function. Microscopic heat conduction.

Recommended Textbooks:  Arpaci, V., Conduction Heat Transfer, Addison-Wesley, Reading, MA, 1968. Carslaw, H.S. and Jaeger, J.C., Conduction of Heat in Solids, 2nd ed., Oxford Univesity Press, Oxford, 1959. Bejan, A., Heat Transfer, Capítulos 2,3 e 4, Wiley, New York, 1993.

  • ECMA7001 – THERMAL AND STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS

Prereq: None

Total Number of Hours: 60h / 4h lecture per week

Fundamentals. Finite Element Methods. 1-D problem: Strong (classical) and weak (variational) forms; equivalence; Galerkin forms; matrix form (rigidity matrix); mathematical analysis; the elemento viewpoint; elementar matrix and force vector; matrix and global force vectors construction. 2-D and 3-D problems: Heat conduction,  linear elasticity; stress and strain states in the plane; coupled analysis; FEAP code presentation. Isoparametric elements,  programming techniques: quadrilateral bilinear element; isoparametric eleements; linear triangular element; Lagrange polynomials, variable knots elements; gaussian quadrature; interpolation functions and rigidity calculations. Mixed methods and penalty: Sobolev norms, best approximation and error estimation; incompressible elasticity, Stokes flow. Transient problems: parabolic problems (heat equation) and hyperbolic problems (elastodynamics and structural dynamics; computational algorithms.

Recommended Textbooks: Hughes, T.J.R., The Finite Element Method: Linear Static and Dynamic Finite Element Analysis, Prentice-Hall, 1987. Zienkiewicz, O.C., and Taylor, R.L., The Finite Element Melhod,4 ed., vol.1 1, McGraw-Hill, 1989. Reddy, J.N. and Gartiling, D.K., The Finite Element Melhod in Heat Transfer and Fluid Dynamics, CRC Press, 1994.  

  • ECMA7045 – COMPUTATIONAL HEAT TRANSFER

Prereq: None

Total Number of Hours: 60h / 4h lecture per week

Navier-stokes equations. Non-linearity’s. Boundary and initial conditions. Finite element method: grid generation, computational considerations,  iterative methods,  non-Newtonian fluids. Explicit and implicit methods. Numerical examples.

Recommended Textbooks: Reddy, J.N.and Gartling, D.K., The Finite Element Method in Heat Transfer and Fluid Dynamics, CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL, 1994. Zienkiewicz, O.C., and Taylor, R.L., The Finite Element Method,4th Edition., Vols.1 and 2, McGraw-Hill, 1989-91. Hirsch, C, Numerical Computation of Internal and External Flows, Vols. 1 and 2, Wiley, 1988.

  • ECMA7031 – THERMAL RADIATION

Prereq: None

Total Number of Hours: 60h / 4h lecture per week

Thermal radiation and its properties. Absorbing, emitting media, scatterers, surface properties. Radiation transfer between separated surfaces, radiation exchange between reflecting and emitting surfaces. Angular factors. Applications and solutions of thermal exchange equations, radiative equilibrium, conduction and radiation, radiation and convection, radiative energy exchange in infrared spectrum.

Recommended Textbooks: Siegel, R. and Howell, J.R., Thermal Radiation Heat Transfer, 3rd ed., Hemisphere Publishing Co., Washington, D.C., 1992. Sparrow, E.M. and Cess, R.D., Radiation Heat Transfer – augmented edition, McGraw-Hill, New York, 1978.

  • ECMA7012 – ADVANCED TRANSPORT PHENOMENA

Prereq: None

Total Number of Hours: 60h / 4h lecture per week

Mechanics of fluids: global balance of mass, energy and linear momentum; introduction to fluid behavior; flow measures; differential mass balance; energy and linear momentum; flow in the limit layer; velocity distribution and friction in turbulent flow. Heat Transfer: introduction to conduction and thermal conductivity; conduction in permanent and transient regimes; numerical methods; graphs and analogies in conduction analysis; convection coefficients in heat transfer; heat transfer in laminar and turbulent flow; equations for convective heat transfer; heat transfer by radiation. Mass transfer: molecular diffusion and diffusivity; binary mixtures diffusion; convective mass transfer coefficient; mass transfer in laminar flow; mass transfer in turbulent flow; some relations for convective mass transfer calculations; simultaneous mass, heat and momentum transfer.

Recommended Textbooks: Bird, R.B., Stewart, W.E. and Lightfoot, E.N., Transport Phenomena, Wiley, New York, 1960. Welty, I., Wilkes, S. and Wilson, C., Fundamentals of Momentum, Heat and Mass Transfer, ed. McGraw-Hill. Bennet, C. and Myers, J., FenĂ´menos de Transporte, McGraw-Hill. Fox, R. and McDonald, Introduction to Fluid Mechanics, 4th Edition, Wiley, New York, 1992.

  • ECMA7028 – PLASMA PROCESSING OF MATERIALS

Prereq: None

Total Number of Hours: 60h / 4h lecture per week

Plasma physics and electrical discharge. Types of electric discharge. Plasma-surface interactions. Applications (sputtering, etching, thermochemical processes, sintering, polymerization, etc).

Recommended Textbooks:  Chapman B. Glow Discharge Processes. New York, USA, John Wiley & Sons. 406 p., 1980.

  • ECMA7016 –HIGH TEMPERATURE MATERIALS

Prereq: None

Total Number of Hours: 60h / 4h lecture per week

Requirements for materials designed to operate above 2000 K. Applications(nuclear energy, rockets, metallurgy, etc). Physico-chemical properties, mechanical properties of transition metals of high fusion point, graphite, refractory compounds. Methods for obtaining high temperature materials.

Recommended Textbooks:  Mark T. Weller. Inorganic Materials Chemistry. Oxford University Press Inc., New York, 1994.  Wilkinson W. D. Fabrication of Refractory Metals. New York: Gordon and Brech, 1970

  • ECMA7003 – CHARACTERIZATION OF DIELECTRICS

Prereq: None

Total Number of Hours: 60h / 4h lecture per week

Time domain dielectric response, frequency domain dielectric response, relaxation, resonance, space charge, electrical conduction, dielectric rigidity.

Recommended Textbooks: None

  • ECMA7014 – PHYSICS OF DIELECTRICS

Prereq: None

Total Number of Hours: 60h / 4h lecture per week

Electric potential, induced dipoles, statistics of dipole alignment, complex permittivity, macroscopic and microscopic relations, dielectric relaxation, insulators, semiconductors, current injection limited by space charge, intrinsic and extrinsic conductivity, dielectric rigidity.

Recommended Textbooks: R. Coelho: “Physics of Dielectrics” (Elsevier, Amsterdam, 1979); C.J.F. Böttcher: “Theory of Electric Polarization”, Vol. I (Elsevier, Amsterdam, 1973).; C.J.F. Böttcher, P. Bordewisk: “Theory of Electric Polarization”, Vol. II (Elsevier, 1978); A.K. Jonscher: “Dielectric Relaxation in Solids” (Chelsea, 1983); A.R. Von Hippel: “Dielectic Materials and Applications” (MIT Press, 1966).

  • ECMA7013 – SOLID STATE PHYSICS

Prereq: None

Total Number of Hours: 60h / 4h lecture per week

Drude and Sommerfeld theories, crystalline lattices, Bravais and Reciprocal, Electrons in a Periodic potential – Semi classical model, classical and quantum theories of a harmonic crystal, Dielectric properties of insulators, semiconductors, dia, para and ferromagnetism.

Recommended Textbooks: N.W. Ashcroft e N.D. Mermin: “Solid State Physics” (HRW Int. Ed., 1981); J.S. Blakemore: “Solid State Physics” (Cambridge Univ. Press, 1985); J. Ziman: “Electrons and Phonons: The Theory of Transport Phenomena in Solids” (Clarendon Press, 1963).

  • ECMA7029 – MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF SOLIDS

Prereq: None

Total Number of Hours: 60h / 4h lecture per week

Elastic and inelastic properties, plastic deformation, plastic anisotropy, Discrepancies – static and dynamic theories, photoplasticity.

Recommended Textbooks: J.J. Gilman: “Micromechanics of Flow in Solids” (McGraw Hill, N.Y., 1969); A.S. Argon e McClintock: “Mechanical Behavior of Materials” (Addison Wesley, N.Y., 1966).

  • ECMA7022 – MICROSCOPY IN MATERIALS SCIENCE

Prereq: None

Total Number of Hours: 60h / 4h lecture per week

Light Microscopy: amplitude and phase constrast, dark field and obliquous illumination, Electronic microscopy, Scanning electron microscopy, X-Ray analysis, Transmission electron microscopy. Sample preparations.

Recommended Textbooks: J.H. Richardson: “Optical Microscopy for Materials Science” (Dekker, N.Y., 1971); C.E. Hall: “Introduction to Electron Microscopy” (McGraw-Hill, N.Y., 1970); D. Chescoe, P.J. Goodhew: “The Operation of Transmission and Scanning Electron Microscope” (Oxford Univ. Press, 1990).

  • ECMA7039 – TOPICS IN SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTATION

Prereq: None

Total Number of Hours: 60h / 4h lecture per week

Analog and Digital electronic instrumentation, X-Ray optics scientific instrumentation, precision mechanics (transducers, process control).

Recommended Textbooks: None.

  • ECMA7000 – X-RAY ANALYSIS OF MATERIALS

Prereq: None

Total Number of Hours: 60h / 4h lecture per week

Methods and Analysis techniques for structural analysis of materials using x-ray diffraction and scattering, materials analysis by x-ray fluorescence.

Recommended Textbooks: J. B. Cohen e L. H. Schwartz: “Diffraction from Materials” (Academic Press, New York, 1977); L. V. Azaroff: “X – Ray Spectroscopy” (Mc Graw Hill, New York, 1974).

  • ECMA7006 – CONTROL OF PROCESSES

Prereq: None

Total Number of Hours: 60h / 4h lecture per week

Introduction to control. Aims and Motivation. Mathematical modeling of chemical processes. Laplace transforms. Analysis of 1st and 2nd Order Systems. System Stability. P, PI, PID control actions. Closed Loop stability. Feedback and Feedforward. Analysis and design of controllers. PID controller synthesis. Advanced Control Systems. Frequency domain response analysis. Empirical models. Controller design in the frequency domain.

Recommended Textbooks: Seborg, D.E., Edgar, T.F. e Mellichamp, D.A. Process Dynamics and Control, John Wiley & Sons, 1989. Smith, C.A. e Corripio, A.B. Principles and Practive of Automatic Process Control, John Wiley & Sons, 1985.

  • ECMA7023 – OPTIMIZATION OF CHEMICAL PROCESSES

Prereq: None

Total Number of Hours: 60h / 4h lecture per week

Model adjustment to experimental data. Goal function. Optimization. Non-linear and linear programming. Applications.

Recommended Textbooks: None

  • ECMA7020 – ELECTROCHEMICAL METHODS

Prereq: None

Total Number of Hours: 60h / 4h lecture per week

Controlled current and voltage techniques; hydrodynamic methods; impedance based techniques. Controlled potential technique – Potential step method: single and multiple potential steps experiments; potential step under diffusional control; Mercury electrode limit currents; current sampling for reversible reactions; sampling currents for irreversible reactions; multicomponente systems; reverse chronoamperimetric technique; pulse polarography; chronocoulometry. – Potential sweep method: reversible systems; fully irreversible systems; quasi-reversible systems; multicomponent systems: convolution methods · Controlled current technique – comparison with controlled potential method; general theory; potential versus time curves in electrolysis; multicomponent systems: derivative methods · Hydrodynamic methods – theoretical treatment for convective systems; rotating disc electrode; disc and ring electrodes. Impedance-based techniques – Review of electric circuits; equivalente circuito of electrochemical cell; faradaic impedance interpretation; kinetic parameters in impedance measuring; AC voltammetry; solution resistance effects and electric double layer capacitance; data analysis using Fourier transforms.

Recommended Textbooks: A J Bard e L R Faulkner, ‘ Electrochemical methods’, John Wiley & Sons, NY, 1980; H Kohler D L Piron e G Belanger, ‘ J Electrchemical Soc. 134’, 120-125, 1987; K B Oldham e D O. Raleigh., ‘ J Electrchemical’, 1977; R S Nicholson, ‘ Anal. Chemical 37’, 1351-1355, 1965; U R Evans, ‘ An Introducion to Metallic Corrosion’ Eduard Arnold & Co, 1951; M Poubaix, ‘ Lições de corrosĂŁo eletroquĂ­mica’, 3 ed. CEBELCOR, Bruxelas, 1987; J C Scully’ Fubdamentos de La corrosion < Trad. S Feliu, Ed. Alhambra, S.A madrid

ECMA7009 – ADVANCED ELECTROCHEMISTRY

Prereq: None

Total Number of Hours: 60h / 4h lecture per week

Electrochemistry of solutions. The electric double layer. Mass Transport. Kinetics of reactions in the electrode surface. Electrochemistry in non acquous media. 1. Electrochemistry of solutions: conductance and conductivity; Strong and weak electrolytes, transport numbers. 2. Theoretical aspectos of electrode processes: faradaic and non-faradaic processes. Ideal polarizable and non-polarizable electrodes. 3. Electrochemical cells: definitions and tipes, 2 and 3 electrode setup, reference electrodes and Faraday’s law. 4. Electrochemical thermodynamics. Equilibrium and Nernst equation. The electric double layer: mathematical models. 5. Mass Transport: migration, diffusion and convection. 6. Kinetic Electrochemistry: Butler-Volmer equation,  determination of kinetic parameters and,  Tafel graphs and multistage nernstian processes, quase-reversible and non-reversible. 7. Chronoamperometry, and cyclic voltammetry. 8. Particularities of non acquous systems. 9. Electrochemical instrumentation and characterization methods involving electrochemical coupled techniques.

Electrochemistry of solutions. Mass transport. Kinetic of reactions at electrode’s surface. Non aqueous medium electrochemistry. Instrumentation.

Recommended Textbooks: 1. BARD, A. J.; FAULKNER, L. R. Electrochemical methods: fundamentals and applications. 2nd ed. New York : John Willey & Sons, 2001. 2. KISSINGER, P. T.; HEINEMAN, W. R. Laboratory techniques in electroanalytical chemistry. 2nd ed. Boca Raton : CRC Press, 1996. 3. CROW, D. R. Principles and applications of electrochemistry. London, Blackie, 1994. 4. BRETT C.; BRETT, A. M. O. Electrochemistry: principles, methods and applications. Oxford : Oxford University Press, 1993. 5. FISHER, A. C. Electrode dynamics. Oxford : Oxford University Press, 1996. 6. HAMANN, C. H.; VIELSTICH, W.; HAMNETT, A. Electrochemistry. Weinheim : Wiley VCH, 1998. 7. BOCKRIS, J. O. M.; KHAN, S. U. M. Surface electrochemistry: a molecular level approach. New York : Plenum Press, 1993. 8. IZUTSU, K. Electrochemistry in non-aqueous solutions. Weinheim : Wiley-VCH, 2002. 9. CONWAY, B. E. (Ed.) Modern Aspects of Electrochemistry Series, v. 38. New York : Springer; 2004

  • ECMA7030 – SOLID STATE CHEMISTRY AND INORGANIC MATERIALS

Prereq: None

Total Number of Hours: 60h / 4h lecture per week

Crystalography. Symmetry, point and space groups. Amorphous and crystalline solids. X-ray diffraction. Glasses. Optical and Electrical properties of solids. Band theory. Non-stoichiometry. Ionic conductivity. Size effects. Methods of preparation and characterization of solids.

Recommended Textbooks: 1. SUTTON, A. P. Electronic structure of materials. Oxford : Oxford Science Publications, 2004. 2. HAMMOND, C. The basics of crystallography and diffraction. 2nd ed. Oxford : Oxford University Press, International Union of Crystallography, 2001. 3. DANN, S. E. Reaction and characterization of solids. London : RSC, 2000. 4. OZIN, G. A.; ARSENAULT, A. C. Nanochemistry: a chemical approach to nanomaterials. London : RSC, 2005. 5. BUCHANAN, R. C.; PARK, T. Materials crystal chemistry. New York : Marcel Dekker, 1997. 6. INTERRANTE, L. V.; HAMPDEN-SMITH, M. J. Chemistry of advanced materials: an overview. New York : Wiley-Interscience, 1998. 7. HENCH, L. L.; WEST, J. K. Chemical processing of advanced materials. New York : Wiley-Interscience, 1992. 8. HUNTER, R. J. Foundations of colloid science. 2nd ed. New York : Oxford University Press, 2001. 9. DUFFY, J. A. Bonding, energy levels and bands in inorganic solids. Harlow, Essex : Longman, 1990

  • ECMA7041 – SPECIAL TOPICS IN MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING I

Prereq: None

Total Number of Hours: 30h / 2h lecture per week

Covered Topics are variable.

Recommended Textbooks: None

  • ECMA7042 – SPECIAL TOPICS IN MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING II

Prereq: None

Total Number of Hours: 45h / 3h lecture per week

Covered Topics are variable.

Recommended Textbooks: None

  • ECMA7043 – SPECIAL TOPICS IN MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING III

Prereq: None

Total Number of Hours: 60h / 4h lecture per week

Covered Topics are variable.

Recommended Textbooks: None

  • ECMA7038 – ADVANCED TOPICS IN MECHANICAL PROPERTIES

Prereq: None

Total Number of Hours: 60h / 4h lecture per week

Covered Topics are variable.

Recommended Textbooks: None

  • ECMA7026 – LECTURING PRACTICES I

Prereq: None

Total Number of Hours: 60h / 4h lecture per week

Teaching activities.

Recommended Textbooks: None

  • ECMA7027 – LECTURING PRACTICES II

Prereq: None

Total Number of Hours: 60h / 4h lecture per week

Teaching activities.

Recommended Textbooks:  None

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