Course Code: 301109040 Course Name: Foundation of Biomedical Engineering
Total Hours: 64 Credit: 4
Textbook/Teaching materials:Foundation of Biomedical Engineering，Zheng Changqiong，Pei Jueming，etc. Handouts designed by the lecturer of sichuan university.
Course Description:Biomedical Engineering is a emerging interdisciplinary , which blends traditional engineering principles and techniques with biological sciences and medicine field to improve healthcare diagnosis and treatment. As an independent discipline, its history is less than 50 years, but it plays an important role in the protection of human health, and the prevention, diagnosis, treatment, rehabilitation of disease, etc., which has become an important pillar of the national socio-economic development, and an important part of life science. In this course, different fields in biomedical engineering are introduced, including biomechanics, biomaterials, artificial organs, biomedical electronics, medical apparatus, medical imaging, medical image processing,etc. The course focuses on the basic principles, methods and applications, and the status and developing trend of biomedical engineering.
Course Code: 301137040 Course Name: Preparing Science and Technology of Modern Materials
Total Hours: 72 Credit: 4
Textbook/Teaching materials: Preparing Science and Technology of Modern Materials, Higher Education Press ,S.F. Zhu, B.J. Zhao,2006.02
Course Description:Materials science is a basic subject which focuses on the relationship and law of the constitutions, structures, defects and properties of materials. Materials preparation technology is an applied discipline which investigates new technology and new techniques of materials preparation to realize the designing ideas of new materials, and to put them into use. The two aspects combine with each other and promote each other so as to form a Science and Technology of Modern Materials Preparation course.
The leading part of this course is the synthesized crystal materials, and the preparation science and technology of film, ceramics and composite materials are also involved. The main contents include crystal structure, nucleation theory, crystal growth kinetics, phase equilibrium diagram as well as the materials science and materials engineering new technologies of single crystal, film, ceramics and composite. This course not only helps students master the basic theory of preparation, preparation methods and related new technology of single crystal, thin film, special ceramics and composite materials which provides them with the necessary theoretical and technical support for the follow-up study of different courses of materials science, but also introduces the frontier fields of modern materials preparation science and technology to them and cultivates their innovative ideas and innovative thinking.
Course Code: 301061040 Course Name: Solid Sate Physics
Total Hours: 64 Credit: 4
Textbook/Teaching materials:Solid State Physics, Jianguo Zhu, et.al., Science Press, Sept. 2005
Course Description：Solid state physics is one of the most fast development section of physcs in 20th centry. Solid materials are formed from densely-packed atoms, with intense interaction forces between them. These interactions are responsible for the mechanical (e.g. hardness and elasticity), thermal, electrical, magnetic and optical properties of solids. Depending on the material involved and the conditions in which it was formed, the atoms may be arranged in a regular, geometric pattern (crystalline solids, which include metals and ordinary water ice) or irregularly (an amorphous solid such as common window glass).
The bulk of solid-state physics theory and research is focused on crystals, largely because the periodicity of atoms in a crystal — its defining characteristic — facilitates mathematical modeling, and also because crystalline materials often have electrical, magnetic, optical, or mechanical properties that can be exploited for engineering purposes.
The forces between the atoms in a crystal can take a variety of forms. For example, in a crystal of sodium chloride (common salt), the crystal is made up of ionic sodium and chlorine, and held together with ionic bonds. In others, the atoms share electrons and form covalent bonds. In metals, electrons are shared amongst the whole crystal in metallic bonding. Finally, the noble gases do not undergo any of these types of bonding. In solid form, the noble gases are held together with van der Waals forces resulting from the polarisation of the electronic charge cloud on each atom. The differences between the types of solid result from the differences between their bonding.
Course Code: 301023050 Course Name: Fundamentals of Materials Science（Ⅰ）
Total Hours: 80 Credit: 5
Textbook/Teaching materials: Fundamentals of Materials Science，Yan Qun，Feng Qingfen，Beijing：National Defense Industry Press，Jun. 2009；Fundamentals of Materials Science，Yan Qun，Feng Qingfen，College of Materials Science and Engineering，May 2003；Fundamentals of Materials Science（3rd. edition），Liu Zhien，Xian：Northwestern Polytechnical University Press，Sep. 2007；Fundamentals of Materials Science（2nd. edition），Hu Genxiang，Cai Xun，Shanghai：Shanghai Jiaotong University Press，July 2006；Fundamentals of Materials Science（2nd. edition），Shi Deke，Beijing：Machinery Industry Press，Jun. 2003 ；Fundamentals of Materials Science，Pan Jinsheng，Tong Jianmin，Tian Minbo，Beijing：Tsinghua University Press，Jun. 1998
Course Description：This course is the professional core course for undergraduate students major in materials. Through lectures, experiments, class discussions, extra-curricular practices and other educational links, it systematically introduces materials structure, crystal defects, crystallization and solidification, phase structure and phase diagram, proliferation of material, plastic deformation and recrystalization etc.; focuses on the common laws of materials, which consists of material composition, organizational structure, processing technology and the relationship between performance and changes in the law; guides the materials designs and applications. This course especially focuses on the training of problem-oriented abilities, so that students can master the basic theories of materials science and skills in experimental observation of organizational structures of materials, and lays the theoretical foundation for students of following-up study and engaging in materials research or technical work.
Course Code: 301020030 Course Name: Fundament of Material Processing
Total Hours: 48 Credit: 3
Textbook/Teaching materials: Material Forming Technology and Equipment
Course Description：Fundament of Material Processing program is oriented toward the 21st century by the Ministry dealing with engineering undergraduate classes, nearly Materials demands for reform of professional training model and materials, professional basis set series of subjects. The course is a materials engineering and materials engineering students near the compulsory course a technical basis, which is the study of metal material and non-metallic materials, spare parts and their rough machining principles, processes and characteristics of a technology foundation courses, including casting , welding, pressure plastic processing, powder forming, plastics, rubber, ceramics and related materials, mold design, processing and manufacturing expertise. After this course requires students to learn according to the product shape, structure, size and the production of actual choices made by rational forming process.