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ME366/IE400 – Spring 2006 Areas of Emphasis for Test #2 Chapter 6 - Metals Reasons for technical and commercial importance Alloys Ferrous – basic constituents and basic properties o Steels - plain carbon, low-alloy, stainless steels, tool steels o Cast irons Non-ferrous – basic properties and principal alloys o Aluminum o Copper o Nickel o Titanium Chapter 10 - Fundamentals of Metal Casting What is casting? Why is casting an important category of manufacturing processes Open and closed molds Expendable and permanent molds and their advantages and disadvantages What is superheat? What are chills? Three steps of shrinkage Chapter 11 - Metal Casting Processes Expendable mold processes o Sand casting Why important Mold components o Basic understanding of expanded polystyrene casting, investment casting Permanent mold processes o Advantages and disadvantages Casting defects - general Sand casting defects Design considerations
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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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Test2Review - ME366/IE400 Spring 2006 Areas of Emphasis for...

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