MSE 4220/6220 Mechanical Behavior of Materials
Homework 09 - SOLUTION
Problem 1 (20 points)
(1) Explain in your own words the process of necking (at least 100 words). In particular, explain why it is called an
unstable behavior.
In a tension test, as the
MSE 4220/6220 Mechanical Behavior of Materials
Homework 07 - SOLUTION
Problem 1 (30 points)
Consider a solid non-deformable table (rectangular block) resting on three
supports as shown. The block weighs 500 kg. The two exterior supports are
made of cast i
MSE 4220/6220 Mechanical Behavior of Materials
Homework 08 SOLUTION
Problem 1 (10 points)
In your own words:
a. Explain why microstructural defects are both detrimental and beneficial for the strength of polycrystalline and
mono-crystalline materials (Use
MSE 422/622 Mechanical Behavior of Materials
Test 2 - SOLUTION
Problem 1 (25 points)
(1) Explain the microscopic process of
plastic deformation.
Plastic deformation is due to dislocation
motion. Movement of dislocations is a
movement of a row of atoms (wh
*consequences of brittle mechanical response
Ceramics
Two definitions
o Non-metallic, inorganic materials- a very board class
o An inorganic compound consisting of a metal (or semi-metal) and one
or more nonmetals (can be crystalline or amorphous)
Examp
MSE 3190 Autumn 2016
Homework # 9 KEY
Short and to the point answers please.
1)
State and briefly describe the steps used in the powder processing approach to make
ceramics. (10 points, 2 for each step stated)
2)
Engineered ceramics synthesis or using nat
MSE 3190 Final Exam Study Guide
Exam 1 Key:
1. Life cycle analysis involves which of the following?
a. The energy required to produce a good, use the material, and dispose of the good.
2. Which of the following is incorrect about thermoplastics:
a. Thermo
Study Guide: Final
1. See Homework 10 (Q1)
a. Two definitions of ceramics:
i. Non-metallic, inorganic materials
ii. An inorganic compound consisting of a metal (or a semimetal) and one or more non-metals (can be crystalline or
amorphous)
2. Inorganic glas
1. List the four basic raw materials used in making pig iron and explain their functions.
- Iron ore: Iron ores are used to produce pig iron. Iron oxide (mostly hematite) is fed into the blast furnace
where it is reduced to iron.
- Coke: When coal is heat
MSE 4220/6220 Mechanical Behavior of Materials
Homework 04 - SOLUTION
Problem 1 (0 points) Required reading: Read the notes Module 3 Notes on Mohr Circles.pdf available on
Blackboard. In particular, study in detail pages 3 to 6.
Problem 2 (25 points)
(1)
MSE 4220/6220 Mechanical Behavior of Materials
Homework 01 - SOLUTION
Problem 1 (25 points)
(1) Give the definition of Force and the corresponding SI unit and English unit.
A force is an action applied at a point, on a line, on a surface or on a body of a
MSE 4220/6220 Mechanical Behavior of Materials
Test 1 - 2017
SOLUTION
Clarity of explanations (5 points)
Neatness (5 points)
Problem 1 (40 points)
z
z = -30 MPa
The state of stress at a point is shown on the figure.
(1) What is the purpose of the transfor
MSE 4220/6220 Mechanical Behavior of Materials
Homework 06
SOLUTION
Problem 1 (20 points)
Consider two metal rods as shown. The top rod is straight and the
bottom rod has a Z-shape such that the horizontal lengths (in x) of
y
L
the two rods are the same (
MSE 4220/6220 Mechanical Behavior of Materials
Homework 05 - SOLUTION
Required reading: Read the two files titled Module 4 - Failure Theories Summary.pdf and Module 4
Failure Theories Book Chapter.pdf available on Blackboard.
Problem 1 (10 points)
Based
MSE 4220/6220 Mechanical Behavior of Materials
Homework 00 Review (NOT GRADED)
SOLUTION
Please turn in this homework (hand written or typed) at the beginning of class on Monday 01/11/06.
Note that it is not graded.
The most important concepts from Statics
MSE 4220/6220 Mechanical Behavior of Materials
Homework 03 - SOLUTION
Problem 1 (20 points)
Consider the rod shown. The load is a torque of 2000
Nm applied at E in the negative y direction (use righthand rule). The rod is referred to as a shaft because it
MSE 4220/6220 Mechanical Behavior of Materials
Homework 02 - SOLUTION
Problem 1 (10 points)
Write the step-by-step procedure (with 9 steps) for determining the internal loads in a structural
element and the corresponding stresses.
(1) Define the system of
MSE 327. Homework2 on diffusion. Kostya Kornev 9/16/2014.
Name and ID_
Due to 9/26/14
at lecture.
10 bonus points if you turn the HW2 on 9/22/14
1. The wound cover of thickness h is saturated with a biofluid and a gel with the
drugs is applied to the uppe
Designation: E112 12
Standard Test Methods for
Determining Average Grain Size1
This standard is issued under the fixed designation E112; the number immediately following the designation indicates the year of
original adoption or, in the case of revision,
Test 2
MATH 1060
Calculus of One Variable I
Spring 2014
Sections 3.3 3.8, 4.1 4.3
Version A
Students Printed Name: _ CUID: _
Instructor: _ Section: _
Instructions: You are not permitted to use a calculator on any portion of this test. You are not
allowed
Test 3
MATH 1060
Calculus of One Variable I
Spring 2014
Sections 4.4 4.8, 5.1 5.4
Version A
Students Printed Name: _ XID:
_
Instructor: _ Section: _
Instructions: You are not permitted to use a calculator on any portion of this test. You are not allowed t
Assignment- Strengthening Mechanisms
MSE 3610- Kennedy
Directions: On a separate piece of paper, write the problem statement and then show work for the problem if it
requires calculations. Put a box around each answer. Staple all work together and turn in
M51: 41b Introduction to Polymers 4!
Quiz #1 e Bonus 30 pts. 09/17/2103
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1. Drew the structures of monomers and the resulting polymer to
Interfacial Polymerization of Nylon (6,10)
Introduction:
The purpose of this lab was to demonstrate interfacial polymerization by synthesizing
Nylon (6-10). This is more specifically a copolymerization reaction that occurs between two low
molecular weight