IME-100 [Riffe] Quiz 1-8 (2003-01-01)

IME-100 [Riffe] Quiz 1-8 (2003-01-01) - MFGG-135 Quiz 1...

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Unformatted text preview: MFGG-135 Quiz 1 Term 2003-01-01 Use the following words to answer the questions. Equations and numerical values are not included. 4lotropic Necking vBody centered Cubic (bcc) Non-recoverable 1/ Brittle Plastic Crystal Polymorphic Ductile Psi Elastic Springback lastic modulus LStrain ace Centered Cubic (foo) Ugh-gin hardening Fracture Stress Fully-Recoverable Toughness Gram i/Ultimate Tensile Strength (UTS) Hooke’s Law ‘vUnit Cell I KSI _ Yield strength “Macroscopic Young's modulus Microscopic 1. The energy that a material can absorb and priorto fracture is called LT 03: rli/tggé i 2. A material with more than one unit cell structure is termed polymorphic or &I\\Q'\(¢%1E 3. Young’s modulus is also known as the P1. - hr; Mold, 4. The physical change to a do ' specimen that occurs after reaching the ms is called st-r- he..le 5. The term “ksi” represents lOOCJ psi 8. A material that does not exhibit a necking at fracture is called a iv .. rile material 7. Plastic strain is considered as mm — rtcwmbte strain M-Mti 8. The basic building block of metals is called the 9. Fully recoverable strain is known as alrigh- strain 10.The increase in strength of a metal due to experiencing plastic deformation is called firm... (Luck/sci”? 11-12. The two unit cell structures we witl discuss in this class are 14. 15. 16. 17. and 77m: (42.: tug/J gait The efqua’tmpto determine stress is C/mé V The equation to determine strain is N, (3% I The value for Young's modulus for steel is Usually taken as 3;; 3 {Q :’ psi The strength that separates the elastic strain from the plastic strain is called the r ‘31? 18. The maximum strength that a material can undergo is called the 19. 20. UL‘TTS material is unloaded from a full load to no load 5.’ rain.- but. u Yield strength, tensile strength, and total elongation are called m ‘r a ~11- properties because they are 5 determined without the aid of a microscope. The change in strain a is called ' ' MFGG—135 Quiz 2 Term 2003-01-01 Use the following words to answer the questions. Equations and numerical values are not included. The same answer can be used more than once. Alloy iron Austenite Liquidus Brinell Low Carbon Medium Cast iron Normalizing Cementite Phase Down Plain carbon Eutectic Refining Eutectoid Rockwell Ferrite Roman letters Finishing Smelting Full anneal Solidus Greek letters Steel Heat treatment Surface Indentation High Up 1. Iron with less than 2% carbon is called Heat 2. The alpha phase of iron is called (lira-tie 3. Hardness is a material’s resistance to itiCCB-Lg '- (Him-la Em . 4. A 10XX steel would be called a lion Cartier-1 steel. 5. The conditions where a liquid metal goes from liquid to solid directly define the am i 1c point. 6. The high temperature phase of iron is called ,4. j. imie . 7. Of the two hardness tests discussed in lecture, the one with the smallest indentation is the Kat/iv -t H hardness test. 8. When changing the properties of a metal. a process called hint frstflixlr is used. 9. Phases of a metal are defined using first Latins with the element name. 10-12. The three steps, IN ORDER, to convert a metallic ore into a finished product are 1 O. Shag! _ “AA 11. 4 $‘Atiwfi 13.The line defining the boundaries between the “liquid region" and the “liquid + solid” region is called the /; ‘ us 14.-15. In any steel, the addition of carbon makes the strength levels go g? and the ductility values go dowa . On the attached equilibrium phase diagram, find the following values: 16. The name of the phase of iron at 6000 C and 0.25%0 is Ferrite 17. The eutectoid temperature is 730 ' C 18. The eutectic composition is 9.7117. 19. The unit cell structure found at room temperature for all compositions is but 20. The highest temperature that a 1.0%C steel remains fully solid is [350 'C Iron-narnon ILIIIIIIIDl'Illm .Diagram mgmwlllllll~ mw-gglilll mngnsml llnsgg‘ I LII) 1.200 V D .m- VIII-III. ‘3. h. 5 S V” ’ i ._ . [JN ._ .1 m mm ——_ —-— futile 1.21!) 600 Low 500 m «n 600 300 m 400 -_...— Im- Mannie Emmi-u- “DI-chC {Outbui- 100 200 Sun: um on Islals Malina. m EIilion. Vol Iffilallunohy. S‘Mhflu, N le Dunn-rhlm 10M Clap-m. Fe 0.5 1.0 1.5 2.0 2.5 3.0 3.5 l 0 IS 5 0 flown-ad “on Mal Pam Dun. hp 131. MUN 1016, by pot-"union o! the Amiga today to: Menu. MID-JUNE 197$ om: 7a” r“ 1 Name mama; tam? MFGG-‘i 35 Quiz 4 Term 2003-01-01 Use the following words to answer the questions. Equations and numerical values are not included. Some words may be used more than once. 4/ Bottom board Lost foam casting ' Centrifugal casting Machining Ceramic Match plate Clay Mold Cold chamber die casting Mold cavity Cope Parting iine Core Pattern Core print Permanent Distortion Permanent mold casting Draft (angle) Pressure Drag Riser Evaporative casting Runner Expanded polystyrene foam (EPS) Sand Full mold casting Shell molding Gate Shrinkage Gravity Slush casting Green sand Sprue Hot chamber die casting Unit (expendable) Investment casting Wax 1. The horizontal channel that the fluid metal flows through on its way to the mold cavity is called the 1&0th 2. The recesses in the Id to hold the core in place are called the 4 Carr RIF-+5 3. The pattern erial in evaporative casting is made from e 65"". 4. Die cast part e the flow of fluid into the cavity under the action of (midi CM. .'. ffil' rim re 5-6. in addition to moisture, green sag-id for casting contains c icm‘ and gm. . I 7. The lower part of a sand casting mold is called the [a lie-A: {I r x] 8. The mark on the casting indicating where the mold halves met is called the leiflfim 9. The pattern material for investment casting is made from our 10. The mold for a shell mold is considered mm; A @1471 l (permanent, unit). 11. The die casting process where the material to be cast is melted at the casting machine is called liol» [ch/cam J14 “my 12.The casting process where the unsolidified metal at the center of the casting is poured out leaving a solid cast shell is called fling: usbfi 13. The pattern where one-half of the s _ e to be cast in on each side ofa central board is called a (at cam asst; march PM 716’ 14.Full mold casting and evaporative 0 ing are alternate names for the «1 lost Poem balm? 15.Non-ferrous permanent mold casting uses smut? (gravity, pressure) to get the metal into the mold ca ity. 16.Lost foam casting patterns are considered as unit. (permanent, unit). 17.A hollow cast iron pe would probany be made by the process called Th“ “~51 “‘1'; CE «Huff-Cal (4-597 18-20. The three allowances necessary to make in the pattern when casting are: 18. Diii-‘brh‘gg 19. :‘L'Wlm‘nt 20. Sggzniii (2 ’Z Name arr/1.2;. a; 1 «41:11 MFGG-135 Quiz 5 V Term 2003-01-01 / Use the following words to answer the questions. Equations and numerical values are not included. Some words may be used more than once. Bottom board Lost foam casting Centrifugal casting Machining Ceramic Match plate Clay Mold Cold chamber die casting Mold cavity Cope Parting line Core Pattern Core print Permanent Distortion Permanent mold casting Draft (angle) Pressure Drag Riser Evaporative casting Runner Expanded polystyrene foam (EPS) Sand Full mold casting Shell molding Gate Shrinkage Gravity Slush casting Green sand Sprue Hot chamber die casting Unit (expendable) Investment casting Wax 1-2. Two casting processes that can produce a void in the center of the casting without the use of a core are 5f“ 22.. and ac. fr. a .l rt».I -.‘, c. M! r» .( 3-6. Arrange the following processes on the basis of the minimum section thickness allowed starting with the thinnest marked #1 and ending with the thickest marked #4. ; Cold chamber die casting 1' Green sand casting .555 3-3 Investment casting 1-K as 8. The last flow ‘channel feature that the liquid metal passes through before entering the mold cavity is called the 3 air? k.) 9. Which die casting procles i see the material with the lower melting temperatures? ' ' fl i. \. {rm ms (Maw as was i 10. When the flash is removed. the remaining mark on the casting is representative of the m. l-,. ' 11. The process that uses thermoset resin in the mold material is called 34“ A for 12. The process that evaporates the pattern uses -' the mold material. 13. The mold in die casting is considered as a nqu g :t (permanent, unit) mold. 14.The mold feature that generates a hollow casting is called the core 15-16. The two casting processes that have their patterns disappear during the casting process are and Name (Rt £231 MFGG-135 Quiz 6 Term 2003-01-01 Use the following words to answer the questions. Equations and numerical values are not included. Some words may be used more than once. Along the length of the workpiece Bed Bonng Broaching Carriage Center drilling Clearance angle Climb milling (down) Conventional milling (up) Counterboring Countersinking Cross slide Cubic inches per minute Depth of cut Drilling End of workpiece Facing Feed Feet per minute Headstock Inches inches per revolution Inside diameter Multipoint tool Outside diameter Parallel to the axis of rotation Parting Perpendicular to the axis of rotation Rake face Reaming Single point tool Speed Tailstock Turning ‘l. The process with a rotating workpiece and single point tool moving parallel to the axis of rotation on the inside diameter of the workpiece is called iv“? 2. The term "feed" is measured in units of 3. In horizontal milling, when the direction of tooth movement is against the direction of feed, the process is called ;.ag.agflbcn,5l .1: ii lint? 4. Squaring the end of the workpiece is called Stout/lg 5. Turning takes place\on a ocation described as the 6. To drill a large hole in metal, a process known as must occur as the first step. __ 7. The material removal process where a multitooth tool translates past a “V workpiece with each tooth in the tool taking a slightly larger bite from the workpiece is called {3:924 lgi mt.“ 8. The tool holder is mounted on the C rerg #:lir‘fie of the lathe. 9. The chip slides on the min Clue of the tool. ‘10. Material removal rate is measured in units of ‘l‘l.The unpowered end ofthe lathe is called the +C'-‘|L-C"'}or,. 12. To make a hole in a part straight and true to size. a drilling process called ran mi is used. “’1. / ‘i‘ 13. A lathe has the following speeds settings: 300 rpm, 500 rpm, 700 rpm 3m 1‘44. r k . -‘: \ and 900 rpm. Which one would you choose to bore a 2” hole in a 4” ' i 3-H ’ ‘ 3’? \\ fit of} \ diameter bar at a feed rate of 0.010 ipr and a d - of cut f 0.015" if the __ M. i. cutting velocity is given as 300 sfm? S I i a d: It Tro ('2 -_ l'J- ~18? fl. ;_ \14. What is the material removal rate for the conditions of question #13? m. . n_3_— ; ' Tr" , s'L ' _—._ H ,x’ 15. The final process in drilling the hole shown is called mediate .2? "7 C7 N a me tiff J‘l burial-:1 MFGG-135 Quiz 7 Term 2003-01-01 Use the following words to answer the questions. Equations and numerical ’ values are not included. Some words may be used more than once 10% of metal thickness Hole expansion 20% of metal thickness Hot working 5% of metal thickness Mandrel Above recrystallization Open die At room temperature Piercing Backward Rectangular Below recrystallization Ring forging Bending Roll forging Blanking Roll forming '- Burnish v Rollover *Burr Shape rolling Closed die Shrink flange Cold working Square Cutting Stretch flange Drawing Stretching Flat rolling Swaging Forward Upsetting -- Fracture Warm working Heading Wrought High energy rate forging 1. Forging done with a hammer and anvil is called Inga/i forging. 2. When a material is deformed after heating it, but NOT above the recrystallization temperature, the process is called _ \ mgrm wu'rwt 3. The typical sheet metal clearance for shearing metal is approximately “U (|/: ll wxdhl'T-l T. L, 4. To put a hole in an extrusion, a feature on the ram called a {'30. ( Ll is required. 5. When a square cross section is rolled to become a configured section like a channel or angle, the process is called can flaw . 5mm 3 6. When the workpiece is locally increased in diameter, the process is called UH." 9C. D 5 7. In an extrusion, when the material flows around the ram, the process is called :;r,..-_:.-Mmt extrusion 8. The sheet metal process that takes place ONLY along a straight line is called tr“... -. M —7_—_—_ 9. Putting“? head on a rivet is an example of the forging process called +—__ 10.When forging use _ ating rolls with mating grooves to forge. the process is called H” =4 "‘5 ,p F in 11.To make a hole in a piece of sheet metal, the process called gm.- ;,,j is used. 12.Grain refinement brought about through hammering or rolling generates a product called 1,-.th t; 13.To make a cgp frggisheegt metal, the process is cailed 3&4,“ .rw- '\ 14.To locally reduce the size of the workpiece, the process called :-._J£-£-tno is used. \l J 15.When bending is done using rotary tooling, the process is called r .3‘\\\ "‘4’ .LM mg l 16.When the forging workpiece is rotating betwee at of rotating configured rolls, the process is called 1 " 11—20. The four parts of the sheet metal cut edge are, IN ORDER, from the shear entry face, 17. 'Rut‘kwr 18. Eme 19. f’mef 20. Ewr MFGG-135 Quiz 9 Term 2003—01-01 Use the following words to answer the questions. Equations and numerical values are not included. Some words may be used more than once Anaerobic Bead Bonding Brazing Butt Carburizing Corner EBW Elevated temperature ERW Fillet FRW GMAW Groove GTAW HAZ Lap shear LBW Neutral OFW One part Oxidizing Plug Pressure Room temperature SAW SMAW Soldering Speed Stand-off Tee Temperature Thermoplastic Thermoset Two part USW Weld lobe Welding 1. The arc welding process that uses a non-consumable electrode is called bTAul 2. The joining method using a filler metal that melts at a temperature below 450° c is called slam-.13 3. The welding method that uses light for energy is called £17 Ljfl 4. A gas flame that has insufficient oxygen is called a carbartzgmj flame. 5. The arc welding method that uses a short coated electrode is called Ski/13w 6. The arc welding method that uses flux from a hopper is called 39ml 7. The joining method using an adhesive is called sari: in 8-10. To make a good oxyfuel weld, you need three things to be correct. They are 8‘ 53—13316 GEE 9. 1U. ~ {fall'an 11.The area adjacent to the weld that is affected by the weld and is usually reduced in strength is called riflé 12.To find the correct combination of welding time and amperage for ERW welding, a diagram called a aid 1‘? v bi: diagram is used. 13.The weld joint shown below is called a ‘l R 6 joint. 14.The joint fro estion #13 would use a weld geometry called a hm lliill weld. 15-16. in addition to metallurgical conditions. a weld needs the proper ‘lfm Efln\'uf{_ and 2%; s are 17. A glue gun uses an adhesive of the type ’Mrrmflag ht 1820. Adhesives cure under conditions of 18. {bl-m ’lc nu 0; 4' hr 20. ...
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