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EMSE 201 — Introduction to Materials Science & Engineering Fall 2010 Case School of Engineering 1 of 2 Case Western Reserve University Materials Selection Assignment 1 — Specific Strength; Resilience 50 points assigned Wednesday, September 29 due Wednesday, October 13 in class 1) Download the CES EduPack 2010 software from the CES 2010 Blackboard site, or run the program on any of the computers in the Nord Computer Lab. To familiarize yourself with how the CES EduPack software works, work through the following Video Tutorials: “Browse — Levels 1 and 2” “Graph Stage — display tools” “Graph Stage — plotting charts” “Graph Stage — selection tools” While doing these tutorials, find the answers to the following questions: a) (1 point) What is the range of compositions of common nickel alloys? b) (1 point) How much water is needed to produce nickel alloys, in liters per kg? c) (1 point) What is the range of masses of polymer parts that can be blow-molded?
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