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Physical criterion for important phase transitions in Earth materials

Case study in Gismondine and Crystalline Silicotitanate


Laboratory Content Outline


Structure visualization using modern crystal structure visualization software

Structure identification using power X-ray diffraction pattern and RAMAN spectra

Data conversion, unit cell and crystal structure refinement methods


Student expectations and requirements


Students will be expected to apply their newly developed skills to real crystallographic problems, and less emphasis will be placed on rote memorization. Student performance will be evaluated based on the combined lecture grade (worth 70% of their final grade) and laboratory grade (worth 30% of their final grade).


Tentative text and course materials


Required text: Crystallography and Crystal Chemistry by F. Donald Bloss. Mineralogical Society of America Monograph Series (1994).


Recommended text: Fundamentals of Powder Diffraction and Structural Characterization of Materials by V. K. Pecharsky and P. Y. Zavalij. Springer Publishing (2005).


Resources:


Library resources:


The course will make extensive use of online journal access to discuss the recent advancements and studies of crystal structures. The journals of Science Magazine, Nature, and the Journal of American Chemical Society to which WKU has online subscriptions, will be used as reading and discussion assignments. See attached Library Resources Form.


Experimental Equipment:


X-ray diffraction data will be collected on the in-house X-ray diffractometer at the Materials Characterization Center by the faculty instructor who has been approved as an operator.


Computer resources:


The computer resources available to the geosciences classrooms are currently sufficient for the estimated class sizes. All software is installed on the machines, and they are also freely downloadable from the internet for student and faculty use on their personal computers.

Current Software List: GSAS+EXPGUI, Fullprof Suite, ConvX, CrystalSlueth, and VESTA


Budget implications:


Proposed method of staffing


Existing faculty will teach this course.


Special equipment needed


No additional equipment will be required. X-ray diffraction and computer laboratories are already in place.


Expendable materials needed


No expendable materials will be used.


Laboratory supplies needed


Mineralogical samples will need to be purchased for students to hands on experience identifying and characterizing the atomic structure of unknown compounds. Laboratory fees will be assessed.


Effective Catalog Year: Fall 2008


Dates of committee approvals:


Geography and Geology Department ______2/1/2008_______________


OCSE Curriculum Committee ______2/7/2008_______________


University Curriculum Committee ______2/28/08________________


University Senate ____________________________


Attachment: Library Bibliography, Resources Form, Course Inventory Form

Proposal Date: 2/07/2007


Ogden College of Science and Engineering

Department of Engineering

Proposal to Revise a Program

(Action Item)

Contact Person: Shane M. Palmquist Shane.Palmquist@wku.edu 745-2919


1. Identification of program:


1.1 Current program reference number: 534

1.2 Current program title: Engineering-Civil

1.3 Credit hours: 136


2. Identification of the proposed program changes:

Delete ME 362 Thermal-Fluid Science (4 hr)

Add CE 341 UK-Fluid and Thermal Science (4 hr) or CE 342

WKU-Fluid and Thermal Science (4 hr)

Add CE 373 UK-Structural Analysis (3 hr) as an alternative to CE 382

WKU-Structural Analysis (3 hr)

Add CE 483 UK-Elementary Structural Design (3 hr) as an alternative to CE 482 WKU-Elementary Structural Design (3 hr)

Add CE 310 Strengths of Materials Lab (1 hr) as a replacement for

ME 331 Strengths of Materials Lab (1), which has been deleted

Add EM 222 WKU-Statics (3 hr) as an alternative to EM 221 UK-Statics (3 hr)

Add EM 303 WKU-Mechanics of Deformable Bodies (3 hr) as an alternative to EM 302 UK-Mechanics of Deformable Bodies (3 hr)


Detailed program description:


Credit HoursProposed ClassesCredit Hours2CE 175 23AMS 20234.5MATH 1264.53GEOG 11131GEOG 11313HIST 119 or 12033CE 16031CE 16114.5MATH 2274.53PHYS 2503Credit HoursProposed ClassesCredit Hours1PHYS 25113COMM 16133ENG 10033EM 221 or EM 22233CE 30331CE 30414MATH 32743CHEM 12032CHEM 12121Category F13EM 302 or EM 30331CE 31013MATH 33133PHYS 26031PHYS 26113ENG 20033Category A-II33CE 382 or CE 37333CE 41031CE 41114CE 341 or CE 34243STAT 30133ENG 30033CE 31633CE 33132CE 37021CE 37113CE 41233Structures Elective**33Technical Elective31CE 40013CE 35133CE 46133Technical Elective33Category B-II33Category C33CE 49833Technical Elective33ECON 20231SFTY 17113Category B-II33Category E3 *To complete the structures elective, CE 482 Elementary Structural Design or CE 384 Reinforced Concrete Design must be taken. If CE 384 is chosen as the structures elective than CE 383 Steel Design must also be taken, which counts as a technical elective.

** To complete the structures elective, CE 482 WKU-Elementary Structural Design or CE 483 UK-Elementary Structural Design or CE 384 Reinforced Concrete Design must be taken. If CE 384 is chosen as the structures elective than CE 383 Steel Design must also be taken, which counts as a technical elective.


4. Rationale for the proposed program change:


Students in the civil engineering program are required to obtain 16 credit hours in the major from University of Kentucky (UK) faculty members via ITV courses. For the new iCAP system used by the Office of the Registrar for verification of degree completion, each UK ITV course must have a unique course number so that the system can track the total number of ITV credits obtained.


The civil engineering faculty has renumbered and/or re-titled those courses that are offered at both UK and WKU to facilitate accurate iCAP record keepting. Henceforth, the program outline will state that students must complete a minimum of 16 credit hours of UK ITV courses from the following:


  • EM 221 UK-Statics (3 hr)

  • EM 302 UK-Mechanics of Deformable Bodies (3 hr)

  • EM 313 UK-Dynamics (3 hr)

  • CE 341 UK-Fluid and Thermal Science (4 hr)

  • CE 373 UK-Structural Analysis (3 hr)

  • CE 331 Transportation Engineering* (3 hr)

  • CE 351 Intro to Environmental Engineering* (3hr)

  • CE 483 UK-Elementary Structural Design (3 hr)

  • CE 490 UK-CE Selected Topics* (3 hr)

  • CE 491 UK-CE Selected Topics* (3 hr)


*May be taken more than once provided the topic is different.


5. Effective Catalog Year: Fall 2008


6. Dates of prior committee approvals:


Department of Engineering: _____12/07/2007_____


Ogden Curriculum Committee: _____2/07/2007______


University Curriculum Committee: ____2/28/08_______________


University Senate: ___________________


Attachment: Program Inventory Form


Proposal Date: 9-26-2007


Ogden College

Department of Architectural and Manufacturing Sciences

Proposal to Revise A Program

(Action Item)


Contact Person: H. Terry Leeper, terry.leeper@wku.edu, 745-5954


1. Identification of program:


1.1 Current program reference number: 506

1.2 Current program title: Advanced Manufacturing

1.3 Credit hours: 78.5


2. Identification of the proposed program changes: There are several changes that we want to implement:

  • Reduce the total number of credit hours from 78.5 to 78

  • Change Math requirement from 122 to Math 118 or Equivalent

  • Remove AMS 140 from the major

  • Remove AMS 175 from the major

  • Moving AMS 328 from the Advanced Manufacturing Core to the Technical Core

  • Moving AMS 371 from the Advanced Manufacturing Core to the Management Core

  • Remove Advance Manufacturing Core and replace with concentrations

  • Add concentrations as specified in item number 3

  • Change Science Requirements as per concentrations

  • Change number of advisor approved elective as per concentrations

  • Adjust number of free electives based upon the number of general education hours to maintain 128 hour for graduation


3. Detailed program description:

3. Detailed program description continued:Advanced Manufacturing (OLD) 78.5 hrs

Advanced Manufacturing (NEW) 78 hrs Food Automation & ManufacturingAdvanced Manufacturing (NEW) 78 hrs Manufacturing & Industrial DistributionAdvanced Manufacturing (NEW) 78 hrs Quality SystemsTechnical Core: 19.5 hrsTechnical Core: 19.5 hrsTechnical Core: 19.5 hrsTechnical Core: 19.5 hrsIntroductory Accounting – FinancialACCT2003Introductory Accounting – FinancialACCT2003Introductory Accounting – FinancialACCT2003Introductory Accounting – FinancialACCT2003Basic ElectricityAMS1203Basic ElectricityAMS1203Basic ElectricityAMS1203Basic ElectricityAMS1203Architectural DraftingAMS2023Architectural DraftingAMS2023Architectural DraftingAMS2023Architectural DraftingAMS2023Industrial StatisticsAMS2713Industrial StatisticsAMS2713Industrial StatisticsAMS2713Industrial StatisticsAMS2713Internship IAMS3981.5Internship IAMS3981Internship IAMS3981Internship IAMS3981Senior ResearchAMS4903Senior ResearchAMS4903Senior ResearchAMS4903Senior ResearchAMS4903University Experience – AMSAMS1752Intro Occupational SafetyAMS1401Robotics and Machine VisionAMS3283Robotics and Machine VisionAMS3283Robotics and Machine VisionAMS3283Management Core: 21 hrsManagement Core: 24 hrsManagement Core: 24 hrsManagement Core: 24 hrsWork Design/ErgonomicsAMS3103Work Design/ErgonomicsAMS3103Work Design/ErgonomicsAMS3103Work Design/ErgonomicsAMS3103Systems Design and OperationAMS3563Systems Design and OperationAMS3563Systems Design and OperationAMS3563Systems Design and OperationAMS3563Project ManagementAMS3903Project ManagementAMS3903Project ManagementAMS3903Project ManagementAMS3903Technology Mgt/Sup/Team BuildingAMS4303Technology Mgt/Sup/Team BuildingAMS4303Technology Mgt/Sup/Team BuildingAMS4303Technology Mgt/Sup/Team BuildingAMS4303Business Writing or Technical WritingENG306/3073Business Writing or Technical WritingENG306/3073Business Writing or Technical WritingENG306/3073Business Writing or Technical WritingENG306/3073Advanced Public SpeakingCOMM3453Advanced Public SpeakingCOMM3453Advanced Public SpeakingCOMM3453Advanced Public SpeakingCOMM3453Business LawMGT3013Business LawMGT3013Business LawMGT3013Business LawMGT3013Quality AssuranceAMS3713Quality AssuranceAMS3713Quality AssuranceAMS3713Advanced Manufacturing Core: 29 hrsMaterials Science IAMS 3174Manufacturing MethodsAMS3274Manufacturing OperationsAMS3423Automated SystemsAMS3433Computer Numeric ControlAMS3703Robotics and Machine VisionAMS3283Quality AssuranceAMS3713Lean ManufacturingAMS3943Intro to Supply Chain ManagementAMS3963Advanced Manufacturing Elective: 9 hrs(Advisor Approved)Food Automation & Manufacturing Conc: 35 hrsManufacturing & Industrial Distribution Conc: 35 hrsQuality Systems Conc: 35 hrsScience of FoodAMS 3013Materials Science IAMS3174Materials Science IAMS3174Food RegulationsAMS3033Manufacturing MethodsAMS3274Manufacturing OperationsAMS3423Manufacturing OperationsAMS3423Manufacturing OperationsAMS3423Computer Numeric ControlAMS3703Automated SystemsAMS3433Automated SystemsAMS3433Reliability & ProbabilityAMS3913Food Processing IAMS3523Computer Numeric ControlAMS3703Quality ManagementAMS3923Food Manufacturing Quality & SafetyAMS3813Lean ManufacturingAMS3943Lean ManufacturingAMS3943Quality ManagementAMS3923Intro to Supply Chain ManagementAMS3963Design of Industrial ExperimentsAMS4713Food PackagingAMS4433Food Processing IIAMS4623Advisor Approved Electives8Advisor Approved Electives12Advisor Approved Electives13General Education (OLD) 46 hrs General Education (NEW) 47 hrsGeneral Education (NEW) 48 hrs General Education (NEW) 46 hrsCategory AENG1003Category AENG1003Category AENG1003Category AENG1003ENG3003ENG3003ENG3003ENG3003Foreign Language3Foreign Language3Foreign Language3Foreign Language3Public Speaking3Public Speaking3Public Speaking3Public Speaking3Category BLiterature Elective3Category BLiterature Elective3Category BLiterature Elective3Category BLiterature Elective3Category B-II3Category B-II3Category B-II3Category B-II3Category B-II3Category B-II3Category B-II3Category B-II3Category CHIST119/1203Category CHIST119/1203Category CHIST119/1203Category CHIST119/1203ECON2023ECON2023ECON2023ECON2023Category C3Category C3Category C3Category C3Category DMATH1223Category DMATH1185Category DMATH1185Category DMATH1185CHEM1163CHEM1053CHEM1163Category D-II3CHEM1061BIO2073CHEM1061Category DI-13PHYS2014BIO2081PHYS2014Category ECategory E3Category ECategory E3Category ECategory E3Category ECategory E3Category FSFTY1711Category FSFTY1711Category FSFTY1711Category FSFTY1711Category F1Category F1Category F1Category F1ElectivesElectivesElectivesElectivesElectives4.5Electives3Electives2Electives4 Program Grand Total Hours: 129 Program Grand Total Hours: 128 Program Grand Total Hours: 128 Program Grand Total Hours: 128

4. Rationale for the proposed program change:


The rational for the Food Automation and Manufacturing Concentration comes from a meeting held on March 29, 2007. On this date faculty in Architectural and Manufacturing Sciences department (AMS) from Western Kentucky University (WKU) met with several industry leaders from different Food Manufactures in the WKU service area. The purpose of this meeting was to look at the needs of developing a program in Food Automation and Manufacturing. At this initial meeting there were numerous topics that were discussed that should be included in this type of program. The faculty of AMS department have continued doing research into this program and gathered information via surveys to over 500 food processing facilities to find out more specifically what should be included in the proposed concentration. Faculty also attended a conference on food processing in Florida in April to discuss the types of courses that would be needed to develop this program with personnel currently working in the industry.

- Due to the geographic location and readily available workforce, this region of Kentucky is fast becoming attractive to food processing facilities. The workforce training needs that seems to be missing from this is the technically competent managerial professionals. These are the personnel that this program is focused on creating.

-The program will address scholarship by providing students the opportunity to work for companies and do real live applied research in the food processing fields. This experiences exist in this region in the form of companies such as J. M. Smucker, T Marzetti, Sara Lee Corp, Unilever, Specialty Foods, Tyson, Barton Brands, Inc, and Swedish Match.


The Manufacturing and Industrial Distribution Concentration remains unchanged and is a concentration under the Advanced Manufacturing major.


The rational for the Quality Systems Concentration comes from repeated requests by the Manufacturing Management Advisory Board to have an emphasis in quality for the Manufacturing Majors. This concentration fulfills this request.


5. Effective Catalog Year and special provisions (if applicable):


Fall 2008


6. Dates of prior committee approvals:


AMS Department/Division: ___11-01-2007 _____


OCSE Curriculum Committee ___12-06-2007______


University Curriculum Committee ____2/28/08_______________


University Senate ___________________


Attachment: Program Inventory Form


Proposal Date: November 1, 2007


Ogden College of Science & Engineering

Department of Architectural & Manufacturing Sciences

Proposal to Revise A Program

(Action Item)


Contact Person: Name: Denise Gravitt email: denise.gravitt@wku.edu phone: 745-2176


1. Identification of program:

    1. Current program reference number: 533

    2. Current program title: Construction Management

    3. Credit hours: 75.5


2. Identification of the proposed program changes:

Add new course AMS 262: Construction Laboratory


Delete course CM 339: Applied Strengths of Materials Lab


Revise program credit hour total to 75


3. Detailed program description:





3. Detailed program description: (Program Credit Hours)129.5129CONSTRUCTION

MANAGEMENT (OLD) 75.5

75CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT

(NEW) Intro to Occupational

Safety AMS 140 1 1 AMS 140Intro to Occupational

SafetyArchitectural Drafting AMS 202 3 3 AMS 202 Architectural DraftingConstruction Methods

& Materials AMS 261 3 3 AMS 261Construction Methods

& Materials 1 AMS 262Construction

Laboratory Industrial Statistics AMS 271 3 3 AMS 271 Industrial StatisticsArchitectural

Documentation AMS 320 4 4 AMS 320Architectural

Documentation Survey of Building

Systems AMS 325 3 3 AMS 325Survey of Building

Systems Internship I AMS 3981.51 AMS 398 Internship I Tech Mgmt/Supervision

/Team Building AMS 43033 AMS 430 Tech Mgmt/Supervision

/Team BuildingSenior Research AMS 49033 AMS 490Senior ResearchSurveying I CE 16033 CE 160Surveying ISurveying I Lab CE 16111 CE 161Surveying I LabConstruction Mmgt. CE 30333 CE 303Construction Mmgt.Construction Mgmt.

Lab CE 30411 CE 304Construction Mgmt.

LabEquipment &

Methods CE 31633 CE 316Equipment &

MethodsApplied Statics CM 22733 CM 227Applied StaticsContract Documents CM 25033 CM 250Contract DocumentsApplied Strength of

Materials CM 33733 CM 337Applied Strength of

MaterialsApplied Strength of

Materials Lab CM 33911 CM 339Applied Strength of

Materials LabApplied Soil Mechanics

& Foundations CM 34633 CM 346Applied Soil Mechanics

& FoundationsConstruction Estimating

& Bidding CM 36333 CM 363Construction Estimating

& BiddingConstruction

Administration CM 40033 CM 400Construction

AdministrationConstruction Law CM 42633 CM 426Construction LawApplied Structural

Design CM 44733 CM 447Applied Structural

DesignConstruction

Scheduling CM 46233 CM 462Construction

SchedulingIntro. Accounting

FinancialACCT 20033ACCT 200Intro. Accounting

FinancialIntro. Accounting

ManagerialACCT 20133ACCT 201Intro. Accounting

ManagerialMGT 305, 308, 312,

361; AMS 390MGT

Elective33MGT

ElectiveMGT 305, 308, 312,

361; AMS 390Human Resources

Management MGT 31133 MGT 311Human Resources

ManagementGENERAL EDUCATION 46 46GENERAL EDUCATIONCategory A Category AENG 10033ENG 100ENG 30033ENG 300For. Lang.33For. Lang.COMM 161(145)COMM33COMMCOMM 161(145)Category B Category B ENG 20033 ENG 200 AMS 1803 3 AMS 180 PHIL 3213 3 PHIL 321Category C Category CHIST 119

/1203 3HIST 119

/120ECON 1503 3ECON 150Cat. C

Elective3 3Cat. C

ElectiveCategory D Category DCHEM 1163 3CHEM 116CHEM1061 1CHEM106PHYS 2014 4PHYS 201MATH 1223 3MATH 122Category E Category ECat. C

Elective3 3Cat. E

ElectiveCategory F Category FSFTY 17111SFTY 171Cat. F

Elective11Cat. F

ElectiveOTHER REQUIREMENTS 8 8OTHER REQUIREMENTSUniversity Experience/

AMSAMS 175 2 2AMS 175University Experience/

AMSProgram Elective 3 3 Program ElectiveScience Elective 3 3Science Elective


4. Rationale for the proposed program change: Advisory Board input as well as input from past program graduates and their employers indicate a need for practical construction skills not currently being taught or demonstrated in the program. The new AMS 262 class will include these basic construction skills. In order to make room for the additional class without increasing the number of program credit hours, the laboratory course CM 339 will be deleted and those demonstrations will be included in other courses. AMS 398 is to be reduced from 1.5 credit hours to 1 credit hour which will reduce the number of program hours down from 129.5 to 129.


5. Effective Catalog Year and special provisions: Fall 2008


6. Dates of prior committee approvals:


Architectural & Manufacturing Sciences Dept November 1, 2007


OCSE Curriculum Committee December 6, 2007


University Curriculum Committee _2/28/08_____________


University Senate _____ ________


Attachments: Program Inventory Form & #3.

Proposal Date: November 20, 2007


Ogden College of Science & Engineering

Department of Architectural & Manufacturing Sciences

Proposal to Revise A Program

(Action Item)


Contact Person: Name: Denise Gravitt email: denise.gravitt@wku.edu phone: 745-2176


1. Identification of program:

1.1 Current program reference number: 343

1.2 Current program title: Construction Management Minor

1.3 Credit hours: 21


2. Identification of the proposed program changes:

Add new courses AMS 262 to list of required courses.


3. Detailed program description:





3. Detailed program description: (Program Credit Hours)13(14)14(15)CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT

MINOR (OLD)CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT

MINOR (NEW)Construction Methods

& MaterialsAMS 261 3 3AMS 261Construction Methods

& Materials 1AMS 262Construction LaboratoryConstruction

ManagementCE 303 3 3CE 303Construction

ManagementConstruction

Management LabCE 304 1 1CE 304Construction

Management LabConstruction

Estimating & BiddingCM 363 3 3CM 363Construction

Estimating & Bidding (Or Construction

Schedule Estimating)CE 360/

361 4 4CE 360/

361 (Or Construction

Schedule Estimating)Construction

SchedulingCM 462 3 3CM 462Construction

SchedulingGENERAL EDUCATION 0 0GENERAL EDUCATIONOTHER REQUIREMENTSOTHER REQUIREMENTSOnly 9 hrs can be duplicated in

students major Only 9 hrs can be duplicated in

students majorRemaining hrs to be selected in

Consultation with the minor

advisor8(7) 7(6)Remaining hrs to be selected in

Consultation with the minor

advisorGrand Total Semester Hours 21 21Grand Total Semester Hours


4. Rationale for the proposed program change: AMS 262 was added as a corequisite to AMS 261 in a separate curricular change. AMS 261 is a required course in the minor, thus we needed to add AMS 262 as a required course in the minor as well.


5. Effective Catalog Year and special provisions: Fall 2008


6. Dates of prior committee approvals:


Architectural & Manufacturing Sciences Dept____11/20/2007 _


Ogden College Curriculum Committee 12/6/2007­­­_______


University Curriculum Committee ____2/28/08_ __________


University Senate _____ __________


Attachments: Program Inventory Form.







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