NCKU Curriculum Map
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LABORATORY OF CERAMIC ENGINEERING

The purpose of this course is to provide students a hands-on familiarity with the more important and widely used procedures used in processing ceramic materials (such as BaTiO3 and alumina) used by the industry. An introduction to the theory and principles behind the processes is also provided. The course is arranged to demonstrate, in sequence, the four major steps required to produce a ceramic component. I. Preparation of Ceramic Powders II. Powder and Sintered Ceramics Characterization III. Forming Methods (Wet and Dry) IV. Thermal Processing

Course Goal
A. Develop knowledge and experience in the application of resources engineering principles for the exploitation of earth's resources
B. Develop knowledge and experience ensure prudent and provident use of resources in a sustainable global society.
Course Principle Literacy and Competence
[Competence]
  • Ability of computer application
  • NO
  • Ability of using the basic science (mathematics, science, engineering) knowledge
  • NO
  • Ability of engineering Practice
  • NO
  • Ability of planning and execution for theses
  • NO
  • Ability of the integration of resources system
  • NO
    Courses of Recent Years
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    0102/1 E433900 [RE3204]LABORATORY OF CERAMIC ENGINEERING 2.0 N Hsiang, Hsing-I
    0101/1 E433900 [RE3204]LABORATORY OF CERAMIC ENGINEERING 2.0 N Hsiang, Hsing-I
    0100/1 E433900 [RE3204]LABORATORY OF CERAMIC ENGINEERING 2.0 N Hsiang, Hsing-I
    0099/1 E433900 [RE3204]LABORATORY OF CERAMIC ENGINEERING 2.0 N Hsiang, Hsing-I
    0098/1 E433900 [RE3204]LABORATORY OF CERAMIC ENGINEERING 2.0 N Hsiang, Hsing-I