Horaire en ligne. The course has objective to deepen the knowledge of geological engineering students into metallurgical processes used for production of the main non-ferrous Cu, Zn, Pb,.. The course covers both theoretical aspects of extractive metallurgical processes as well as refers to selected case studies. Hydrometallurgy of main mineral ores Treatment of productive solutions after leaching Electrometallurgy electro refining Reactive extraction and liquid membranes Hydrometallurgical advances in processing of "critical" metals from EoL products The course begins with an introduction to metallurgical processes enabling the students to get aware about the challenges in metals extraction and purification processes from both technological as well as an economical points of view.
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Simulation of saltwater right flowing across a nanoporous sheet of graphene. DMSE faculty combine computational materials science with laboratory experimentation; Prof. Grossman's group uses computational materials science to address global challenges. Image courtesy of Prof.
Jeff Grossman and David Cohen-Tanugi. Introduction to Modeling and Simulation. Introduction to Solid State Chemistry. Materials Processing. Cellular Solids: Structure, Properties and Applications.
Electronic, Optical and Magnetic Properties of Materials. Amorphous Materials. Principles of Engineering Practice. Students, professors, and researchers in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering explore the relationships between structure and properties in all classes of materials including metals, ceramics, electronic materials, and biomaterials.
Our research leads to the synthesis of improved materials in response to challenges in the areas of energy, the environment, medicine, and manufacturing.
Collaborating with industry, government, and other institutions, our research contributes to a broad range of fields. In a recent U. Army-funded study, we used nanotechnological methods to study the structure of scales of the fish Polypterus senegalus, leading to more effective ways of designing human body armor. With support from the Lord Foundation, the purchase of advanced equipment will allow us to build custom experimental equipment, develop and test prototypes, and even make a new part for an unmanned air vehicle.
Our educational programs interweave concepts of materials engineering and materials science throughout the curriculum. Core subjects offered at both undergraduate and graduate levels cover topics necessary for all DMSE students:. This core foundation and appropriate electives lead to a variety of opportunities in engineering, science, or a combination of the two.
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Advanced Aqueous Electrometallurgy