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  1. Radius =
    1/2 Diameter
  2. 1/2 Diameter=
    Radius
  3. Area of Reduction Formula
     Answer in %
  4. Formula to find e
    • L=(length@0.2%) Lo=Length Original  (Remember if it is a Strain then minus it my 0.00200)
  5. Formula for modulus of elacisity
  6. Formula for Tensile Strength
  7. Formula for Elongation
  8. Formula for Area of reduction
  9. Formula for Area
  10. Define Technology 
    application of science to provide society with things needed or desired. 
  11. application of science to provide society with things needed or desired. 
    Technology
  12. Basic Categories of engineering materials
    Polymers, Composites, Cermics, Metals
  13. Polymers, Composites, Cermics, Metals
    Basic Categories of engineering materials
  14. Term of non crystalline structures
    Amporphous
  15. Amporphous
    Term of non crystalline structures
  16. Three types of Static stress
    Tensile, compressive, shear
  17. Tensile, compressive, shear
    Three types of Static Stress
  18. Regions of stress strain curve
    Elastic and plastic region
  19. Elastic and plastic region
    Regions of stress strain curve
  20. Inventor of interchangeable parts 
    Eli whitney
  21. Eli Whitney
    Inventor of interchangeable parts 
  22. Difference between consumer and capitol good 
    Consumer goods purchased directly by consumurs, capitol goods purchased by companies to produce goods. 
  23. Consumer goods purchased directly by consumurs, capitol goods purchased by companies to produce goods. 
    Difference between consumer and capitol goods
  24. Three main types of crystal structures 
    Bcc, Fcc, HCP
  25. Bcc, Fcc, HCP
    Three Main types of crystal structures 
  26. Study of Measurements 
    Metrology
  27. Metrology
    Study of Measurements
  28. Dimension 
    Indicates ideal part size
  29. Indicates ideal part size
    Dimension
  30. Tolerance
    Difference between max and minimum limits in a dimension
  31. Difference between max and minimum limits in a dimension
    Tolerance
  32.  both positive and negative, 
    Bilateral Tolerance
  33. Bilateral Tolerance
    both positive and negative
  34. either positive or negative
    Unilateral tolerance
  35. Unilateral tolerance
    either positive or negative
  36. Accuracy 
    degree measure value
  37. degree measure value
    Accuracy
  38. Precision
    degree of repeatability
  39. degree of repeatability
    Precision
  40. Measuring Instruments
    Graduated and Non Graduated Calipers
  41. Graduated and Non Graduated Calipers
    Measuring instruments
  42. Manufactruing 
    Transfomation, mater subject to forces, temperatures, and etc
  43. Transfomation, mater subject to forces, temperatures, and etc
    Manufacturing
  44. Types of point defects pg 32
    vacancy, ion pair, displaced ion
  45. vacancy, ion pair, displaced ion
    Types of point defects
  46. Do more or less boundaries increase strength 
    yes 
  47. most common test for studying stress strain relationship 
    tensile test
  48. tensile test
    most common test for studying stress strain relationship 
  49. Most common hardness test 
    Rockwell, brinell
  50. Rockwell, brinell
    Most common hardness test
  51. True or false ductility is the ability of a material to plastically strain without fracture
    True
  52. What is the transformation of raw mater into products of greater value by means of one or more processing operations
    manufacturing 
  53. Manufacturing
    What is the transformation of raw mater into products of greater value by means of one or more processing operations
  54. Example of a amorphous material 
    glass plastic rubber
  55. glass plastic rubber
    Example of a amorphous material
  56. Difference between engineering stress and true stress pg42
    First is important in design other is in important in manufacturing
  57. First is important in design other is in important in manufacturing
    Difference between engineering stress and true stress pg42
  58. Alloy
    Combination of pure elements
  59. Combination of pure elements
    Alloy
  60. Three classes of Elements
    Metal Non Metal, Metalloids
  61. Metal Non Metal, Metalloids
    Three classes of elements
  62. Basic structural unit of matter 
    Atom
  63. Atom
    Basic structural unit of matter
  64. Imperfections in crystallin solids
    Point defect, line defect, surface defect
  65. Bonding that holds polymers together
    covalen bonding
  66. Covalent bonding
    Bonding that holds polymers together
  67. Oem 
    Original Equipment Manufacturer
  68. Original Equipment Manufacturer
    Oem
  69. Hookes law govers which region of the stress strain curve 
    Elastic Region
  70. Elastic Region
    Hookes law govers which region of the stress strain curve 
  71. Ability of a material to maintain hardness at high temperatures
    Hot Hardness
  72. Hot Hardness
    Ability of a material to maintain hardness at high temperatures
  73. Equation of Engineering Stress
  74. Equation of Engineering Stress
  75. Equation for modulus of elasticity
  76. Equation for modulus of elasticity
  77. Why is 2 % offset used on the stress strain curve
    is a strenth characteristic of the material (only strain)
  78. is a strenth characteristic of the material (only strain)
    Why is 2 % offset used on the stress strain curve
  79. True of false Elastic limit is the yield stregth
    True
  80. Ultimate Stregth is the tensile stregth true or flase
    True
  81. In a test specimen, localized elongation, when the load begins to decline and the are narrows down, is called what
    necking
  82. necking
    In a test specimen, localized elongation, when the load begins to decline and the are narrows down, is called what
  83. Profilometer measures what 
    a surfaces profile
  84. surfaces profile
    Profilometer measures what 
  85. Why is a gage called go/no go 
    one gage limit allows the part to be inserted, whereas the other limit does not
  86. one gage limit allows the part to be inserted, whereas the other limit does not
    Why is a gage called go/no go
  87. Indentation hardness test
    Brinell Vickers Rockwell Knoop Sclerscope
  88. Brinell Vickers Rockwell Knoop Sclerscope
    Indentation hardness test
  89. Hardness test is mesure of 
    resistance to permanent damage
  90. 3 Identers
    Cone shaped, small diameter ball, hammer
  91. Cone shaped, small diameter ball, hammer
    Indenters
  92. Minor load aplied when a
    major load is
  93. High rockwell numbers represent 
    hard materials and lows represent soft materials
  94. Rockwell testing scaless
    B or C
  95. B or C
    Rockwell testing scaless
  96. Astm 
    American society of testing and materials
  97. American society of testing and materials
    Astm
  98. Indenter for hard cast iron
    cone
  99. Rockwell Scale c measures
    cast  iron stell alloy high c and annealed
  100. cast  iron stell alloy high c and annealed
    Rockwell Scale c measures
  101. Rockwell B scale measures 
    nickel, titanium, stainless steel
  102. nickel, titanium, stainless steel
    Rockwell B scale measures
  103. Industries Msi Serves
    Steel Manufacturing, Consulting, Forgin, Heavy Equipment, Medical
  104. Steel Manufacturing, Consulting, Forgin, Heavy Equipment, Medical
    Industries MSi serves
  105. Atom held together by what bond
    molecular 
  106. Molecular
    Atom held together by what bond
  107. Units cells that generally form ductile metals
    Fcc
  108. FCC
    Units cells that generally form ductile metals
  109. Properties of metals 
    high electrical, thermal conductivity , oraqueness, reflectivity
  110. high electrical, thermal conductivity , oraqueness, reflectivity
    properties of metals
  111. Polymers made up of repeating 
    mers 
  112. mers
    Polymers made up of repeating 
  113. polymers usually made up of 
    carbon
  114. properties of polymers 
    low density, high electircal resistivity, low thermal conductivity
  115. low density, high electircal resistivity, low thermal conductivity
    properties of polymers
  116. Ceramics have a crystallin structure called 
    glass based on silica
  117. glass based on silica
    Ceramics have a crystallin structure called 
  118. properties of ceramics
    Stifnes, brittlenes, electrical insulation, refractoriness, chemical inertness
  119. Stifnes, brittlenes, electrical insulation, refractoriness, chemical inertness
    ceramics
  120. ANSI stands for
    American National Strandards Institute
  121. American National Strandards Institute
    ANSI stands for
  122. ASME stands for 
    American society of mechanical engineers
  123. American society of mechanical engineers
    ASME
  124. Asme y14.5
    new standard of dimensioning as a 2009
  125. new standard of dimensioning as a 2009
    Asme y14.5

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