MSE 422 - Electrical Ceramics
|Electrical Ceramics||MSE422||A||56833||LEC||3||0900 - 0950||M W F||2036 Campus Instructional Facility||Nicola Helen Perry|
Electrical ceramics, from insulators to conductors, and magnetic and optical materials; the role of the processing cycle and microstructure development on the design and performance of electrical components; capacitors, resistors, and inductors; structure-property relations for pyro-, piezo-, and ferroelectric materials; perovskite and spinel based structures; varistors, thermistors, transducers, actuators, memory elements, multilayered components, and their applications. Design project. Course Information: 3 undergraduate hours. 3 graduate hours. Prerequisite: MSE 420.
- Electronic Materials
- Energy Materials