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ENGR 213 LEARNING OBJECTIVES #3 Phase Diagrams 1. Draw isomorphous phase diagram 2. Draw binary eutectic phase diagram 3. Identify eutectic, eutectoid, & peritectic invariant points on complex phase diagrams 4. Determine phases present, composition of each phase (TIE LINE), mass fraction of each phase (LEVER RULE), & mass fraction of microconstituents (MODIFIED LEVER RULE) for binary phase diagrams 5. Identify solvus line, liquidus line, melting point, & solidus line on phase diagram 6. Describe & sketch development of microstructure for an alloy of a given composition cooled from a high temperature (all liquid) to room temperature 7. Describe eutectic & eutectoid microstructures 8. Name the phases & microconstituents present in the Fe-Fe 3 C phase diagram 9. Draw/use an isothermal transformation diagram to determine the phases present after a given change in temperature (either cooling or heat treatment) 10. Compare/contrast coarse & fine pearlite 11. Define/describe bainite & conditions under which this microconstituent will form 12. Define/describe martensite & conditions under which this microconstituent will form 13. Define/describe spheroidite & conditions under which this microconstituent will form 14. Describe process of producing a precipitation hardened alloy and effect of ageing Electrical Properties 1. Define electrical resistivity, electrical conductivity, & ionic conductivity 2.
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