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1_Material Properties and Selection
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Cutting Tool Materials1: https://www.sanfoundry.com/manufacturing-engineering-quiz/
Cutting Tool Materials-2: https://www.sanfoundry.com/manufacturing-engineering-questions-answers-cutting-tool-material-2/
Cutting Fluid and Tool Temperature: https://www.sanfoundry.com/manufacturing-engineering-questions-answers-cutting-fluid-tool-temprature/
Mechanical Properties: https://www.sanfoundry.com/manufacturing-engineering-questions-answers-mechanical-properties/
Iron-Carbon Phase Diagram-1: https://www.sanfoundry.com/manufacturing-engineering-questions-answers-iron-carbon-phase-diagram-1/
Iron-Carbon Phase Diagram-2: https://www.sanfoundry.com/manufacturing-engineering-questions-answers-freshers/
Ferrous Metals: https://www.sanfoundry.com/manufacturing-engineering-questions-answers-ferrous-metal/
Non-Ferrous Metals: https://www.sanfoundry.com/manufacturing-engineering-questions-answers-non-ferrous-metal/
Heat Treatment: https://www.sanfoundry.com/manufacturing-engineering-questions-answers-heat-treatment/
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MET121 Manufacturing Processes
True or False
T or F Ferrous metal are those metals with made with iron.
T or F Low carbon steel is steel with less than 0.30% carbon.
T or F 1020 steel has a 20% carbon content.
T or F A high carbon steel has a lower strength than a low carbon steel does.
T or F Generally nonferrous metals are less expensive than ferrous metals.
T or F One problem with nonferrous metals is they tend to corrode.
T or F Copper is much lighter than iron.
T or F The first step in the manufacturing process is the Design phase.
T or F It is important that all factors, service conditions, and uses be considered when selecting a material for a new product.
Fill in the Blank
______It is the back bone of the electrical industry.
______Generally known as brass.
______It is the most important nonferrous metal.
______ It is the lightest of the commercially important metals.
______It is typically found in batteries
______Used in elevated-temperature areas of turbojet aircraft.
______One of its features are lubricity.
______Engineered materials characterized by large molecules that are built up by
joining of smaller ones.
______For centuries it has been the most important of the engineering metals.
_____A linear polymer that displays an exceptionally large amount of elastic
_____A hard, brittle, high-melting-point material that can be used as a cutting tool.
_____The addition of small amounts of other materials to steel to improve its
_____A new type of steel used in cars and trucks to improve safety and reduce weight.
_____Steel with high carbon, high-strength used in dies and shear blades.
_____Generally know as bronze.
_____This material can be melted and molded into a shape then ground down and
can be recycled and molded into anther shape.
_____Thin fibers are embedded in a matrix of another material.
_____Has a highly cross-linked frame work so it can't be recycled.
_____Over 50% of this material is used in the process of galvanizing.
_____Can machine readily and form small chips when cut.
_____A strong, lightweight, corrosion-resistant metal whose properties are generally
between steel and aluminum.
_____Theoretically an alloy of only iron and carbon.
Match the Steel with its description and then circle if it is High, medium, or low carbon steel
H M L _____________ Plain carbon with 0.18% carbon.
H M L _____________ Ni, Cr, Mo Alloy steel with 0.20% carbon
H M L _____________ Mo Alloy steel with 0.20% carbon
H M L _____________ Plain carbon with 0.95% carbon
H M L _____________Nickel Alloy steel with 0.20% carbon
You are making decisions on the selection of materials for a new product. List three considerations for each of the following areas.
Mechanical and Physical Properties:
List two properties that could make a nonferrous metal a better selection than ferrous metals
List two properties that could make a ferrous metal a better selection than a nonferrous metal.