14MIMA3 - Packaging metallic materials

Course specification
Course titlePackaging metallic materials
Study programmeMaterial Engineering
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    The goalIntroduction to metals and alloys suitable for packaging applications. Principles of packaging materials processing. Secondary sheet metal forming proceses and selection for particular type of cans.
    The outcomeKnowledge on the applicability of different metals and alloys for packaging applications. Principles of processing, selection, quality and property demands for particular applications.
    Contents of lecturesHistory of Canning. Quality of metallic materials used in different packaging applications (can types or coatings). Processing of metals and alloys for packaging application. Introduction to sheet metal forming: (i) bending, (ii) deep drawing, (iii) stretching. Steel types for packaging (stainless steel and tinplate steel). Canning technology. Aluminum and aluminium alloys (1xxx, 3xxx and 5xxx wrought alloys) for packaging.
    Contents of exercisesSheet metal formability analysis; Earing in deep drawing;
    1. Lecture notes;
    2. Aluminum Alloys for Packaging, J.G.Morris, TMS, 1993.
    3. Packaging Materials, Metals Packaging for Foodstuffs, Peter K.T. Oldring and Ulrich Nehring, Inter. Life Sci. Institute, 2007.
    4. W.F.Hosford, R.M.Caddell, Metal Forming - Mehanics&Metallurgy, Cambridge University Press, 2011.
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    Number of hours per week during the semester/trimester/year
    LecturesExercisesOTCStudy and ResearchOther classes
    Methods of teachingLectures, presentations and experimental work;
    Knowledge score (maximum points 100)
    Pre obligationsPointsFinal examPoints
    Activites during lecturesTest paper70
    Practical lessons30Oral examination