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Chap 1 final

  1. 1.  Materialscience and engineering is an interdisciplinary field concerned with inventing new materials and improving previously known materials by developing deeper understanding of microstructure- composition-synthesis processing relationships.
  2. 2.  Structure means description of arrangement of atoms. Synthesis refers to how material are being made from naturally occurring or man made chemicals Processesing refers to how material are shaped into useful component to cause changes in properties of different material.
  3. 3.  In MATERIAL SCIENCE the emphasis is on underlying relation ships between synthesis and processesing, structure and properties of materials. In MATERIALS ENGINEERING the focus is on how to translate or transform materials into useful devices or structures.
  4. 4.  PERFORMANCE: What is Strength to density ratio? What is formability? How does this relate to the crash worthiness of the vehicle? What is the cost of fabrication? A COMPOSITION Iron Based ? Aluminium based? What alloying elements should be added? What quantities? B MICROSTRUCTURE: (a)What features of the structure limit the strength and formability? (b) What controls the strength? C SNYTHESIS & PROCESSESING (a)How can steel making be controlled so as to provide high level of toughness and formability (b)How can aerodynamic car chassis be formed.
  5. 5.  Material Scientist is concerned with steel sheet’s (1)Composition (2) Strength (3)Weight (4)Energy absorbing properties (5)Malleability(formability)
  6. 6.  Chemical composition Mechanical properties – Strength, hardness (under various conditions: temperature, humidity, pressure) Physical properties – density, optical, electrical, magnetic Environmental – green, recycling
  7. 7.  These materials are inorganic substances that are composed of one or more metallic elements . Eg:Fe,Ni,Cu,Al Non metallic elements as C,N may also be included in metallic materials Metals have crystalline structure in which atoms are arranged in orderly fashion Many metals are strong and hard even at high temperature.
  8. 8.  Ferrous Metals  Non-ferrous metals  Cast irons  Aluminum and its alloys  Steels  Copper and its alloys Super alloys  Magnesium and its alloys  Iron-based  Nickel and its alloys  Nickel-based  Titanium and its alloys  Cobalt-based  Zinc and its alloys  Lead & Tin  Refractory metals  Precious metals
  9. 9. • Ferrous alloys are useful metals in terms of mechanical, physical and chemical properties.• Alloys contain iron as their base metal.• Carbon steels are least expensive of all metals while stainless steels is costly.
  10. 10. Carbon steels• Classified as low, medium and high:1. Low-carbon steel or mild steel, < 0.3%C, bolts, nuts and sheet plates.2. Medium-carbon steel, 0.3% ~ 0.6%C, machinery, automotive and agricultural equipment.3. High-carbon steel, > 0.60% C, springs, cutlery, cable.
  11. 11. Alloy steels• Steels containing significant amounts of alloying elements.• Structural-grade alloy steels used for construction industries due to high strength.• Other alloy steels are used for its strength, hardness, resistance to creep and fatigue, and toughness.• It may heat treated to obtain the
  12. 12.  New and improved Ni-based,Fe-Ni-Co based SUPERALLOYS are available for use in high pressure turbine airfoils in aircraft gas turbines. The term SUPER ALLOY is used because of their improved performance at elevated temperature of 5400Cand high stress levels
  13. 13.  Ceramics are defined as inorganic crystalline material. Advanced ceramics are made by refining naturally occurring ceramics and other special processes.
  14. 14.  Traditional ceramics  clays: kaolinite  silica: quartz, sandstone  alumina  silicon carbide New ceramics  oxide ceramics : alumina  carbides : silicon carbide, titanium carbide, etc.  nitrides : silicon nitride, boron nitiride, etc.
  15. 15.  Advanced Ceramics are used in substrate that house computer chips,sensers and actuators,capacitors,wirless communication, spark plug,inductor,and electrical insulation. They are used as barrier coating to protect the substrate in turbine engines. Used in consumer product like paints, plastics and tires, and for industrial application as tiles for space shuttle, a catalyst support and oxygen sensors used in car. Traditional Ceramics are used to make brick,table ware,sanitary ware,refractories and abrasives.
  16. 16.  1. Due to presence of porosity(small holes) ceramics do not conduct heat well and must be heated to very high temperature before melting 2.Ceramics are strong and hard but also very brittle 3. Fine powders of ceramics are prepared and then converted to useful shapes.
  17. 17.  Glass products  window glass  containers  light bulb glass  laboratory glass  glass fibers  optical glass Glass ceramics - polycrystalline structure
  18. 18.  Glasses are Amorphous materials which do not have regular periodic arrangement of atoms Fiber optic system uses optical fiber based on high purity silica glass. Glasses can be thermally treated (tempered ) to make them stronger. Forming glasses and nucleating(forming)small crystal within them by special thermal process creates material that are known as GLASS CERAMICS” ZERODUR is the glass ceramic material that is used for making mirror substrate for large telescope.
  19. 19.  They are inorganic materials Processed by Polymeraistaion Properties: 1. Good thermal insulation 2.Good electrical resistivity 3.Lower strenth but high strength to weight ratio. 4. Not suitable for high temperature application 5.Good corrosion resistance Application: Bullet proof vests ,compact disc,and liquid crystal displays
  20. 20.  Thermoplastics - reversible in phase by heating and cooling. Solid phase at room temperature and liquid phase at elevated temperature. Thermosets - irreversible in phase by heating and cooling. Change to liquid phase when heated, then follow with an irreversible exothermic chemical reaction. Remain in solid phase subsequently. Elastomers - Rubbers
  21. 21.  Acetals Acrylics - PMMA Acrylonitrile-Butadiene-Styrene - ABS Cellulosics Fluoropolymers - PTFE , Teflon Polyamides (PA) - Nylons, Kevlar Polysters - PET Polyethylene (PE) - HDPE, LDPE Polypropylene (PP) Polystyrene (PS) Polyvinyl chloride (PVC)
  22. 22.  Amino resins Epoxies Phenolics Polyesters Polyurethanes Silicones
  23. 23.  Natural rubber Synthetic rubbers  butadiene rubber  butyl rubber  chloroprene rubber  ethylene-propylene rubber  isoprene rubber  nitrile rubber  polyurethanes  silicones  styrene-butadiene rubber  thermoplastic elastomers
  24. 24.  Si,Ge and gallium arsenide based semiconductors such as those used in computers and electronics are part of Electronic materials. The electrical conductivity of semiconductors is material is between metal conductor and ceramic insulator. In some semiconductor the level of conductivity can be controlled to enable electronic devices such as transistor, diodes etc that are used to build integrated circuits. Thin films of semiconducting materials are also made by specialization processes.
  25. 25.  Main idea in developing COMPOSITE is to blend the properties of different material These are formed from two or more materials, producing properties not found in single material. Concrete, plywood and fiberglass are example of composite material Fiberglass is obtained by dispersing glass fibers in polymer matrix. Fiber make it stiffer without increasing density.
  26. 26.  With composite we can produce structure: 1. Light Weight 2. strong 3. ductile 4.high temperature resistant 5. Shock resistant Advanced Aircraft and aerospace vehicles rely heavily on composites as carbon fiber reinforced composites
  27. 27.  Metal Matrix Composites Ceramic Matrix Composites Polymer Matrix Composites
  28. 28.  Metal Matrix Composites (MMC) Mixture of ceramics and metals reinforced by strong, high- stiffness fibers Ceramic Matrix Composites (CMC) Ceramics such as aluminum oxide and silicon carbide embedded with fibers for improved properties, especially high temperature applications. Polymer Matrix Composites (PMC) Thermosets or thermoplastics mixed with fiber reinforcement or powder.
  29. 29. 1D fibreWoven fabricRandom fibre
  30. 30. Table 1.1 Representative examples, applications, and properties for each category of materials Example of Applications PropertiesMetals and Alloys Gray cast iron Automobile engine blocks Castable, machinable, vibration dampingCeramics andGlasses SiO2-Na2O-CaO Window glass Optically transparent, thermally insulatingPolymers Polyethylene Food packaging Easily formed into thin, flexible, airtight film 37
  31. 31. Table 1.1 Continued Example of Applications PropertiesSemiconductors Silicon Transistors and integrated Unique electrical circuits behaviorComposites Carbide cutting tools for High hardness, yetTungsten carbide machining good shock resistance-cobalt (WC-Co) 38
  32. 32. © 2003 Brooks/Cole Publishing / Thomson Learning™Figure 1.4 Representative strengths of various categories of materials 39
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