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IE330/ME366 – Spring, 2006 Areas of Emphasis for Test #1 Chapter 44 Measurement and Inspection Explain the difference between the terms "measurement", "inspection", and "gaging" What is "accuracy"? What is the relationship between "accuracy", "precision", and "systematic error"? What is "Rule of 10" in metrology? What is meant by the terms "resolution", "calibration", and "stability" as applied to measuring instruments? What is the difference between "inspection" and "testing"? What does "sampling" in an inspection process mean? Name two instruments for measuring length. Which is more accurate? How do "limit (go/no go) gages work? What is a Coordinate Measurement Machine? What are a couple of advantages for using CMMs vs. manual measurements? Chapter 3 - Mechanical Properties Stress-Strain Relationships - Tensile Properties; concepts and quantitative o Engineering and True stress-strain; strain/work hardening; Flow curve o Testing, failure, mechanical properties
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This note was uploaded on 10/22/2010 for the course ECON 201 taught by Professor Baker during the Spring '07 term at University of Tennessee.

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