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MSE2034 (Staley) HW#11 Due Thursday, April 22 Maximum Score = 16/12 [2 pts each, 4 pts extra credit] 1) Compare the following ceramic processing techniques in terms of what they do to the composition and structure of the materials they are used for, and explain which specific types of ceramic materials they are suited for or especially associated with. (a) Calcination+Hydration (b) Isostatic Pressing+Sintering (c) Hydroplastic Forming+Partial Vitrification 2) (a) Explain why glass tends to be susceptible to residual thermal stresses. (b) Explain whether these stresses will appear for both heating and cooling, and whether they will appear at all temperature levels.
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Unformatted text preview: (c) Explain why stresses will be a function of glass thickness. (d) Explain how thermal tempering takes advantage of residual stresses to actually improve glass mechanical properties. 3) Using resources outside the text (the web and the library, for example), explain (a) what chemical tempering of glass is, (b) how it works, (c) what specific materials are appropriate for use in this process, and (d) how it compares with the thermal tempering addressed in the previous question. 4) Callister text, Problem 16.1 5) Callister text, Problem 16.12 6) Callister text, Problem 16.15 7) Callister text, Problem 17.8 8) Callister text, 17.9...
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