3. Iron, steel, stainless steel, aluminum alloys, brass, bronze & other copper alloys, magnesium alloys,
certain zinc alloys, certain zinc alloys, and nickle-based superalloys.
5. Sand casting is the most common and versatile type of casting.
6. Casting p
2. When selecting a surface-modification process for a part one should consider the geometry, original
material, physical properties such as melting point and thermal expansion, and several metallurgical
14. Alkaline cleaning involves the remo
3. A reusable mold is machined from gray cast iron, alloy cast iron, steel, bronze, or graphite. Alloys
of aluminum, magnesium, lead, and copper and gray cast iron.
4. Near net shapes can be produced. Good surface finish and dimensional accuracy. Metal mo
1. Powder metallurgy should be considered for any part where geometry and production quantity
5. Iron and steel dominates the powder metallurgy market.
6. Powder manufacture, mixing or blending, compacting and sintering.
12. Unique proper
2. Thermoplastic polymers can be heated to produce either a soft, formable solid or a liquid. The
material can then be cast, injected into a mold, or forced into or through dies to produce a desired
shape. Thermosetting polymers have far fewer options bec
Introduction to Metallurgy
Ch. 12 HW (Neely, 6th)
Ch. 12 HW (Neely, 6
Please use capital letters when answering multiple-choice
questions. For T/F questions, please circle the appropriate
1. T/F Any alloy that contains any iron