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MSE101 Winter 2013: Problem Set #1
Due in Tutorial on January 29, 2013
1. A tensile load of 300N is applied to a cylindrical bar of nickel wire with dimensions:
6.0mm in diameter and 3 x 104mm in length. The yield strength of this alloy is 500MPa
and the
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Quantum numbers
n, Principal quantum number defines size of probability density and
energy of electron
l, the angular momentum quantum number defines the shape of the
probability density
ml, the magnetic quantum number defines the orientation of the pr
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Ramsay  MSE101  Understanding Solids
Instructor
:
Scott Ramsay 
scott.ramsay@utoronto.ca
 WB150B
Office hours
: Fridays from 9  10 am.
Office hours are also available by appointment, so please feel free to email or chat with me after lecture to set
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MSE101: Problem Set 3
SOLUTIONS
1. Label all the indices for the following points, directions and planes in the cubic cells shown. [6]
1 mark each, 0.5 for formatting errors
2. A cubic metal shows diffraction from the (1 1 1) plane at = 22.62 . Is the me
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MSE101 SUMMER 2015: PROBLEM SET #1
Due the beginning of Tutorial the week of October 5',2015
(21 Marks Total)
Question 1 (9 Marks)
i) Draw a typical stressstrain curve for steel at 25C and label the important features of the curve
(
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MSE101 SUMMER 2015: PROBLEM SET #2
Due the beginning of Tutorial the week of October 26th, 2015
(20 Marks Total)
One mark will be deducted each time units are not included on a final answer.
Question 1 (4 Marks)
i) Write out the fu
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Name:_ Student#:_
MSE101 Winter 2013:
Problem set # 2, Due in Tutorial on March 5, 2013
1) Phase Diagrams: For alloys of two hypothetical metals A and B, there exist
an , Arich, and , Brich, pha
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MSE101: Problem Set 3
Due: Tuesday April 2nd, 5:00 pm
First:
Last:
Student No:
1. The plastic deformation of crystalline materials can be described at the atomic level in
terms of crystal dislocations.
(a) A uniaxial tensile stress of 50 MPa is applied to
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Formula Sheet for MSE101 Understanding Solids (Introduction to Materials Science &
Engineering)
g = 9.81 m/s2 NA = 6.023 x 1023 mol1
e = 1.602 x 1
Introduction to Material\'s Science and Engineering
MSE 101

Fall 2013
MSE101 Winter 2013: Problem Set #1
Due in Tutorial on January 29, 2013
1. A tensile load of 300N is applied to a cylindrical bar of nickel wire with dimensions:
6.0mm in diameter and 3 x 104mm in length. The yield strength of this alloy is 500MPa
and the
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3. Cobalt is a hexagonal closepacked crystal.
(a) How many tetrahedral sites are there in one Co unit cell? Identify them on a diagram. (5 marks)
In this diagram, the transparent atoms are the
top plane of the hexagonal unit cell.
Diagram (this or a unit
Introduction to Material\'s Science and Engineering
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MSElOl: Problem Set 3
Due: Tuesday April 2nd, 5:00 pm
First: Last: Student N 0:
1. The plastic deformation of crystalline materials can be described at the atomic level in
terms of crystal dislocations.
(a) A uniaxial tensile stress of 50 MPa is app
Introduction to Material\'s Science and Engineering
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MSE101 Fall 2012: Problem Set #3
Due in Tutorial on November 13, 2012
Total number of Marks: 31
1.
Correctly label the vector in the following HCP unit cells. (6 marks)
a)
[021] 1 mark for the correct 3index system
u = 1/3[2(0)(2)] = 2/3
v = 1/3[2(2)(
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MSE101 Fall 2012: Problem Set #1
Due in Tutorial on September 25, 2012
1. When a tensile load of 79000 N is applied to a bar of titanium having an elastic
modulus of 107 GPa and yield strength of 450 MPa, (the bar is 50 cm long and of
square cross section
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Engineering Strategies and Practice
ESP Assignment Guide 2016
Table of Contents
Learning objectives for the documents . 2
Detailed instructions for sections of the reports . 3
Basic components  . 3
The Conceptual Design Specification (CDS) adds the follo
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Engineering Strategies and Practice
Syllabus
Engineering Strategies and Practice (ESP) is a foundational design course sequence that uses the
engineering design process as a context for developing skills essential to the practice of
engineering:
Figure 1:
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MSE 101 Winter 2016: Problem Set #2
Due Date:
Total: 10 marks
1. Provide the correct direction indices or Miller indices for each of the crystallographic
directions (a and b) and planes (A and B) below. (4 marks)
Solution
Direction
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MSE101 Winter 2016: Tutorial Quiz #3
March 23, 2016
10 Marks Total
N=
NA
A
( )
Qv
105 eV
K=8.62
KT
atomK
c ( sa )
%crystallinity=
100
s ( c a )
N V =Nexp
Multiple Choice Questions (5 Marks)
1. Which of the following polymers wou
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MSE101 WINTER 2015: TUTORIAL QUIZ #1
January 19th, 2016
l l
= i o
lo
T =
(10 Marks Total)
F
=
=E
A
F
= ( 1+ )
Ai
=
l
T =ln i =ln ( 1+ )
lo
x y
=
z
z
T =K Tn
Multiple Choice Questions (6 Marks)
Write the letter corresponding to
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MSE101: Understanding Solids  Quiz 2
Last Name:
First Name:
Feb. 22, 2016
Student Number :
a=
a = 2R 2
4R
3
1. When there are two electrons in one orbital, they must have opposite spin?
a) False
b) True
2. Covalent bonds can be best described by:
a) Tran
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Name: Student Number:
MSE101: Winter 2016
Problem Set 1
January 15, 2016
\17 marks
1. (a) A 500111 long concrete (0 152130MPa) bridge (no rebai‘) with a rectangular cross—
section 03216013111, (:l=100c111) is sul‘rjeeted to 3~point l11e11ding. If a VW
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Engineering Strategies and Practice
Communication in ESP
Table of Contents
Introduction . 1
Engineering Notebook Instructions . 1
How to Use Your Engineering Notebook . 2
Rules . 2
Layout. 3
Content . 3
Marking .