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MATERIALS ENGINEERING LAB MATLENG 201 Impact Test Lab Nate Steiner 990663281
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OBJECTIVE The objective of this lab is to measure the impact strength at different temperatures for steel and aluminum, determine the Ductile to Brittle Transition Temperature of the alloys, if any. And to determine if temperature has any effect on the strength of the materials tested. 10 Samples of each(measuring .375”x.375”x1” and making sure they are notched on one side) -1018 steel(18% carbon, 82% pure iron) -Aluminum Alloy( Al+ 0.5% Mg2Si) Hot Plate Water(for boiling) Ice Water Boiling Liquid Nitrogen Tongs Charpy impact machine PROCEDURE Put two samples of Aluminum Alloy and 1018 steel into each of the following: a pot of boiling water (100 degrees Celsius), let two of each sample sit out in the open air (25 degrees Celsius), two samples of each in an ice water bath (0 degrees Celsius), two samples of each in dry ice and acetone (-78.5 degrees Celsius), and two samples of each
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This note was uploaded on 11/02/2008 for the course MATL ENG 201 taught by Professor Neuman during the Fall '08 term at Wisconsin Milwaukee.

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