Materials project - comfortable to the touch strong and...

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 4/21/10 Click to edit Master subtitle style Design of Flask Elements of Material Science MSE 250 G. Conor Laughlin Omar Salas Omar
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 4/21/10 Objective: To create a flask that  can hold a variety of beverages Can withstand low temperatures without breaking Can be reused
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 4/21/10 Selection of Materials The things that we are looking for in the materials  are: For the metal; it must be non-corrosive, light, quickly  chilled, reusable, ductile, and strong.  Maybe plastic or glass to avoid metal detectors hmm… For the polymer; it must also be light, it must be 
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Unformatted text preview: comfortable to the touch, strong, and heat absorbent. 4/21/10 Selection of Materials Stainless Steel High oxidation-resistance in air at ambient temperature are normally achieved with additions of a minimum of 13% (by weight) chromium, and up to 26% is used for harsh environments. The chromium forms a passivation layer of chromium(III) oxide (Cr2O3) when exposed to oxygen. The layer is too thin to be visible, and the metal remains lustrous. It is impervious to water and 4/21/10...
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