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Mechanical_Properties_Structures_and_Transformations

Mechanical_Properties_Structures_and_Transformations - MEGR...

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MEGR 2180 Engineering Materials Engineering Materials and their Properties
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MEGR 2180 Engineering Materials Metals Plastics Ceramics Composites Metals Nonferrous Ferrous Oxides Nitrides Carbides Reinforced plastic Metal-matrix Ceramic matrix Steels Stainless steels Tool and die steels Aluminum Copper Titanium Tungsten Glasses Glass Ceramics Graphite Diamond Ceramic-matrix Laminates Thermoplastics Thermosets Cast Irons A li E i R bb Elastomers Acrylics ABS Nylons Polyethylene PVC Epoxies Phenolics Polymides Rubbers Silicones Polyurethanes
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MEGR 2180 Behavior and Manufacturing Properties of Materials Mechanical P ti Physical and Ch i l P ti Property M difi ti Structure of M t i l Properties Chemical Properties Modification Materials Atomic Bonds Crystalline Amorphous Strength Ductility Elasticity Density Melting Point Specific Heat Heat Treatment Precipitation hardening Annealing Hardness Fatigue Creep Toughness Thermal Conductivity Thermal Expansion Electrical Conductivity Oxidation Tempering Surface treatment Alloying Reinforcements Fracture Corrosion Composites Laminations Fillers
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MEGR 2180 Why do we care about Why do we care about Crystal Structures The structure of metals greatly influence their behavior and properties – Composition – Impurities (ALLOYING) Impurities (ALLOYING) – Grain Size – Grain Boundaries Grain Boundaries – Etc…
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