Master's Degree Programme, 2 years, Trondheim

Material Development and Use

– Specialization
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This MSc specialization is focused on the physical metallurgical aspects of light metals, in particular the aluminium alloys and their modern applications. It also includes related topics from applied mechanics, mechanical metallurgy, corrosion and surface technology and modelling. Although emphasizing light metals, some coverage of modern offshore steels, composites and ceramics is included.

Elective courses

Examples of elective courses in this specialization are:

  • TMM4175 Polymers and Composites
  • TMM4205 Tribology and Surface Technology
  • TMT4145 Ceramic Engineering
  • TMT4166 Experimental Materials Chemistry and Electrochemistry
  • TMT4222 Mechanical Properties of Metals
  • TMT4266 Metal Fabrication and Forming - Microstructure and Crystal Plasticity
  • TMT4242 Steel Offshore
  • TMT4255 Corrosion and Corrosion Protection
  • TMT4260 Modelling of Phase Transformations