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ALUMINUM & HOW IMPORTANCE OF ALUMINUM?

MATERIALS of ENGINEERING refers to selecting the correct materials for the application in which the engineered part is being used. Engineers will select a particular grade of material based on its properties such as malleability (tính dễ dát mỏng, tính dễ uốn) or tensile (căng dãn ra, có thể căng dãn ra) strength. Composites comprise (gồm có, bao gồm) two materials, such as a metallic mesh and a resin, the combination of which also depends on the properties required. Materials from which the item is to be manufactured are noted on the engineering drawing using standard material and grade codes. It is important that manufacturers do not interchange (sự trao đổi lẫn nhau, sự thay thế lẫn nhau) materials because the switch may make the products susceptible (dễ bị, dễ bị ảnh hưởng) to failures.

MATERIALS are generally split into four main groups: metals, polymers, ceramics, and composites. Engineering materials are metals and plastics. Metals are materials like Aluminum, Cast iron, Steels, Nickel, Silver, Zinc Alloy, Brass and Copper. Plastics are materials like Nylon, Acrylic, Polythene, Polypropylene, Polycarbonate, Bakelite, Melamine, Expoxy resin, Pvc and uPVC. Wood is used to make patterns and models. Smart materials and composites such as carbon fibre are also important engineering materials.

Aluminum is a chemical element with the symbol Al and atomic number 13. It is a silvery-white, soft, non-magnetic and ductile metal in the boron group. By mass, aluminium makes up about 8% of the Earth's crust, where it is the third most abundant element and also the most abundant metal. Some typical applications of wrought alloys

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MATERIALS of ENGINEERING


Materials of Engineering refers to selecting the correct materials for the application in which the engineered part is being used. Engineers will select a particular grade of material based on its properties such as malleability or tensile strength. Composites comprise two materials, such as a metallic mesh and a resin, the combination of which also depends on the properties required. Materials from which the item is to be manufactured are noted on the engineering drawing using standard material and grade codes. It is important that manufacturers do not interchange materials because the switch may make the products susceptible to failures.

Isotropic Materials are characterized by two elastic parameters. Young’s modulus E and Poisson’s ratio. It's defined as if its mechanical and thermal properties are the same (having identical values of a property) in all directions. Glass and metals are examples of isotropic materials.

Anisotropic Materials are materials whose properties are directionally dependent. Anisotropic material's properties such as Young's Modulus, change with direction along the object.


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