Materials Science and Engineering
Study plans 2016-2017 - TEK2011 - 10 ECTS

Expected learning outcomes

The student should:
- Have broad knowledgeabout basic materials science, especially about metals and in general forother
  design materials.
- Have knowledge abouthow to choose the right materialsin design.
- Have knowledge abouthow to update their knowledgein the field.
- Have general knowledgeof the subject's history.
The student should:
- be able to reflecton their own professional practice and adjust this undersupervision.
- be able to locate,assess and refer toinformation and subject matter thatcan be used in the problem.
General knowledge
The student should:
- carry out variousproblems in the subject as a participant in agroup.
- propose andexchange views and experiences of an issue for aproject within the course themes,
  and in a group implement the project throughout the semester with guidance.
- be able to communicate subject matter and the project results orally (by agreement) and in writing.


- Atomic structure, arrangement, and movement
- Controlling the microstructure and mechanical properties of materials
- Engineering materials (Steel, Aluminum, Ceramics, Polymers and Composite s)
- Processing examples
- Materials selection in design

Teaching Methods

Group works
Project work

Teaching Methods (additional text)

Lectures on Campus
Lab. Exercises/demonstrations on Campus
Presentation of Project(s)
Online learning

Form(s) of Assessment

Written exam, 3 hours
Evaluation of Project(s)

Form(s) of Assessment (additional text)

  • Written exam, 3 hours (counts 60 %)
  • Assessment of project (counts 40 %)

Each of the parts must be passed separately.

Grading Scale

Alphabetical Scale, A(best) – F (fail)

External/internal examiner

Internal examiner.

Re-sit examination

August 2017.
Project must be taken again at the next regular implementation.

Examination support

D: No printed or hand-written support material is allowed. A specific basic calculator is allowed. (From approved list of permitted aids for examination, NTNU)

Coursework Requirements

  • Students are responsible for establishing project groups, project and optionally contacting a manufacturing company.
  • Status project underway. Spoken for Campus Students and written report for Online Students.
  • Final report with performance. Spoken for Campus Students and written as a PowerPoint for Online Students.

Teaching Materials

Syllabus provided when the course starts.

Subject material found on the website: 

Current support:
- Metalliske materialer; A. Almar Næss; ISBN 82-519-1786-7
- Materiallære; Ørnulf Grøndalen; ISBN 9788276746211
- Essentials of Materials Science and Engineering; Donald R. Askeland and Pradeep P. Phule; ISBN 0-499-24442-2
- The Science and Engineering of Materials; Donald R. Askeland and Pradeep P. Phule; ISBN 0-534-25309-1
- Fundamentals of Materials Science and Engineering, An Integrated Approach; William D. Callister Jr.; ISBN 978-0-471-47014-4
- Materials Science and Engineering: An Introduction; William D. Callister, Jr.; ISBN 978-0-471-73696-7

Replacement course for

MAS1131 - Materials Science

Additional information

When applications for the accreditation, transfer and recognition of courses from earlier cohorts or other institutions similar programs, each application is treated individually and applicants must be able to include such credits reduction by overlapping topics.