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Department: BSc in Electro Mechanical Engineering
Module Description: Describe the atomic and microstructural characteristics which control the important properties of engineering materials, and interpret material property charts. Relate properties to atomic, molecular and microstructural features. Develop systematic strategies for material and process selection for a given component.
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