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Course title Technology of Materials I
Course code MašZ3005
Credit points 2
ECTS creditpoints 3
Total Hours in Course 80
Number of hours for lectures 16
Number of hours for laboratory classes 16
Independent study hours 48
Date of course confirmation 19/02/2014
Responsible Unit Motor Vehicle Institute
Course developers
Dr. sc. ing., doc. Jānis Lāceklis-Bertmanis

There is no prerequisite knowledge required for this course
Course abstract
Students obtain knowledge about classification of constructional materials, physical - mechanical properties, structure and application. Obtain alloy and non-ferrous metals properties and application as well as production of casting and metal pressing modification and technology. Learn theoretical processes, equipment and types of welding. Theoretically learn metal cutting machines, equipment, tools and technology.
Learning outcomes and their assessment
• Competence and understanding in theoretical and empirical research on material science and metal working;
• ability to formulate, critically evaluate the selected metal construction or form of processing advantages and disadvantages and formulate the result of the appropriate conclusion. • Competence to make practical calculations of metal construction and their costs, as well as knowing the material mark to evaluate the mechanical properties and uses.
Compulsory reading
1. Vērdiņš G., Dukulis I. Materiālu mācība. Jelgava: LLU, 2008. 240 lpp. 2. Avotiņš J. Metālapstrāde. Jelgava: LLU, 2009. 400 lpp. 3. Pētersons O. Priednieks J. MIG/MAG metināšana. Rīga: AGA SIA, 2005. 107 lpp.
Further reading
1. Shackelford J.F., Alexander V. Material Science and Engineering Handbook. 3th Edition. CRC Press, 2000. 1949 p. 2. Steel: Handbook for Materials Research and Engineering. Vol. 1: Fundamentals. Berlin etc.: Springer; Dusseldorf: Verlag Stahleisen. 1992. 737 p. 3. Modern automotive technology. Fundamentals, service, diagnostics: head of working group and editorial office: Rolf Gescheidle. Stuttgart, 2006. 688 p.