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Chapter 4 Material Property Charts Materials Selection in Mechanical Design, 4th Edition, © 2010 Michael Ashby
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Bar Charts – One Property Materials Selection in Mechanical Design, 4th Edition, © 2010 Michael Ashby Each property of an engineering material has a characteristic range of values; the bar chart shows the modulus for a family of solids Figure 4.1
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Bubble Charts – Multiple Properties Young’s modulus plotted against density on log scales; each material class occupies a characteristic field Materials Selection in Mechanical Design, 4th Edition, © 2010 Michael Ashby Figure 4.2
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Young’s Modulus - Density The guide lines of constant E/ρ , E 1/2 , and E 1/3 allow selection of materials for minimum weight, deflection-limited, design Materials Selection in Mechanical Design, 4th Edition, © 2010 Michael Ashby Figure 4.3
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Materials Selection in Mechanical Design, 4th Edition, © 2010 Michael Ashby
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Strength - Density The guide lines of constant σ f , σ f 2/3 , and σ f 1/2 are used in minimum weight, yield-
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