Lec1-25-07

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25 January 2007 Mechanical and Manufacturing MET 418/518 Engineering Technology Composite Materials Manufacturing D.R. Ruffner Page 1 Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering Technology Composite Materials Manufacturing MET 418/518 ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY Spring 2007 - Jan. 25 Material Selection, Product Development
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25 January 2007 Mechanical and Manufacturing MET 418/518 Engineering Technology Composite Materials Manufacturing D.R. Ruffner Page 2 Material Selection Need (3.2) • Material cost may be relatively small or approach half of product cost • Material properties • Systematic material selection methods • Drivers: cost, energy efficiency, performance, weight, handling, corrosion resistance
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25 January 2007 Mechanical and Manufacturing MET 418/518 Engineering Technology Composite Materials Manufacturing D.R. Ruffner Page 3 Reason for Material Selection (3.3) • Redesign for improvement • New design • Maximize benefits • Material substitution may require redesign • Optimize by total product cost not just material cost - reduced machining, part reduction
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25 January 2007 Mechanical and Manufacturing MET 418/518 Engineering Technology Composite Materials Manufacturing
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This note was uploaded on 08/25/2009 for the course AET AET418/518 taught by Professor Rutherford during the Spring '07 term at ASU.

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