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Mechanical Engineering Material

BI 1482

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According to New Revised 'G' Scheme

Mechanical Engineering Material

Author: Milind Ingole, Keshav Arote

Book Id: 1482

ISBN No: 9789350161913

Second Year Diploma, Sem III

Mechanical Group

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Contents

1. Engineering Materials – Structure and Properties

1.1 Introduction

1.1 Selection of Materials

1.2 Classification and Application of Engineering Materials

2. Properties of Metals

2.1 Physical Properties

2.2 Mechanical Properties

3. Introduction to Steels and Cast Irons

2. Equilibrium Diagrams

1. Introduction

1.1 Pure Metals

1.2 Alloy

1.3 Solid Solution

2. Solidification of a Pure Metal and Alloys

2.1 Isomorphous System

2.2 Eutectic Reaction

2.3 Peritectic Reaction

2.4 Solid-State Reactions

2.5 Eutectoid reaction

3. Iron Carbon Equilibrium Diagram

3.1 Phase Compositions of the Iron-Carbon Alloys at Room Temperature

3.2 Introduction of Steels and Cast Irons

3.3 Classification of Carbon Steel

3.   Heat Treatment of Steels

1. Transformations in Steel on Heating under Equilibrium Conditions

1.1 Annealing

1.2 Normalising

1.3 Hardening

1.4 Tempering

2. Surface Heat Treatment

2.1 Types of Surface Hardening

2.2 Types of Case Hardening

4. Steels and Cast Irons

1. Introduction

1.2 Classification, Composition and Application of Low, Medium and High Carbon Steel with their Chemical Composition

2. Carbon Steels

3. ALLOY STEELS

3.1 Stainless Steels

3.2 Tool Steels

3.3 Spring Steel

4. Cast Iron

5. British Standard (BS)

6. I.S. Specification

5. Non-ferrous Metals and Alloys

1. INTRODUCTION

1.1 Non-ferrous Metals

1.2 Non-ferrous Alloys

2. Copper and its Alloys

3. Aluminum and its Alloys   

3.1 Bearing Materials

6. Non-Metallic Materials

1. Polymeric Materials

2. Plastics

3. Various Types of Thermoplastic Materials

3.1 Acrylonitrile Butadine Styrene Plastics (ABS)

3.2 Acrylic (Polymethyl Methacrylate (PMMA))

3.3 Nylons (Polyamides)

3.4 Vinyl

3.5 Polypropylene (PP)

3.6 Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) or Teflon

4. Various Types of Thermosetting Plastic Materials

4.1 Polyesters

4.2 Epoxies

4.3 Melamine

4.4 Bakelite (Phenol Formaldehyde)

5. Rubber

5.1 Natural Rubber

5.2 Synthetic Rubber

5.3 Neoprene (Polychloroprene) Rubber

5.4 Styrene Butadiene Rubber (SBR)

5.5 Buna-N

5.6 Silicone Rubber

6. Engineering Materials

6.1 Ceramic

6.2 Glasses

6.3 Glass Wool

7. Introduction to Composite Materials

7.1 Classifications of Composite Materials

7.2 Nano Materials

7. Powder Metallurgy and Nondestructive Testing

1. Powder Metallurgy

2. Process of Powder Metallurgy

3. Applications of Powder Metallurgy for Porous Bearing and Tungsten Carbide Tip Tools

3.1 Porous Bearing (Self Lubricating Bearing)

3.2 Tungsten Carbide Tip Tools

4. Non-Destructive Testing

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