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Design of Flask Elements of Material Science MSE 250 G. Conor Laughlin Omar Salas Omar Tukakhil
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Basic Design Statement: For our design project, we are designing a metal flask for beverages of many types. Because it must be able to hold many types of beverages and keep them cold, we need a metal that will not react with beverages at differing pH levels. We also need a metal that can stand cold temperatures without taking damage. Corrosion is another problem in choosing metals. We would need to use a metal that is corrosion-resistant. Design Approach: Our design for the flask will be similar to that of a traditional flask, a stretched cylinder, with a detachable screw off cap. The body of the flask will be made out of some kind of metal with a thin polymer coating to help prevent corrosion of the flask. We will use a metal because it is relatively cheap to produce with some metals, and because it can help keep any beverage in the flask cold.
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