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GHARDA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY Department of Mechanical Engineering Assignment No.

1 Subject: Material Technology Year-2013-14, SEM: EVEN Module I 1. Define metal, polymer, ceramics and composites with applications. 2. What are the line defects in crystals? Explain various line defects in crystals. 3. State and explain slip mechanism of plastic deformation. What is slip system? Explain slip system in various lattice structures such as FCC, HCP, and BCC. 4. What is critically resolved shear stress? Derive expression for it. 5. Define a space lattice. Explain its important characteristics. 6. Differenciate between the following: i. ii. Slip and twinning Edge and screw dislocations. Class: S.E.Mechanical Date of Submission:10/03/2014

7. Write short note on point defect with neat sketches. 8. Define the following: i. Phase,ii.Unit Cell,iii.Crystal structure,iv.Co-ordination number, v.Stacking sequence

9. What are surface defects? Illustrate and explain. 10. Differnciate between Elastic Deformation and Plastic Deformation. 10. What is work hardening? Explain various stages of work hardening. 11. What is recrystallization annealing? Discuss the stages and factors affecting on it. 12. Differentiate between Hot Working and Cold Working. 13. What is recrystallisation temperature? Explain various factors affecting on the same. 14. Explain physical, chemical, electrical properties of material. How to measure these properties?

GHARDA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY Department of Mechanical Engineering Assignment No.02 Subject: Material Technology Year-2013-14, SEM: EVEN Class: S.E.Mechanical Date of Submission:17/03/2014

Module II 1. Define fracture and give a brief classification of fracture. State Griffith theory of fracture. Distinguish between ductile and brittle fracture. 2. Write a note on fatigue failure. Discuss fatigue testing. Explain S-N Curve for ferrous and non-ferrous materials. What useful information is obtained from S-N curve? Explain fatigue stress cycles. 3. Draw and explain each stage of a creep curve. Explain Andrades analysis of the classical creep curve. 4. Define creep. Draw classical creep curve. Explain each stage in details. Also discuss creep resisting materials. 5. What are the factors affecting on fracture? Describe Griffiths theory for brittle fracture. 6. Discuss Ductile Brittle Transition Temperature in steel. Also explain factors affecting Ductile-brittle Transition Temperature. 7. Define fracture. Explain ductile, brittle, creep and fatigue fracture. 8. Explain thermal fatigue and corrosion fatigue. Give examples of components prone to fatigue failure. 9. Explain mechanism of fatigue failure. What are the various theories of fatigue failure? 10. Name factors affecting fatigue. Discuss effect on notch and prestressing and surface effect.

GHARDA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY Department of Mechanical Engineering Question Bank Subject: Material Technology Year-2013-14, SEM: EVEN Class: S.E.Mechanical

Module III 1. Draw neat Iron-Iron Carbide Equilibrium diagram indicating all important temperatures, phases and compositions. 2. Explain various transformations in Iron-Iron Carbide Equilibrium diagram. Eutectoid, eutectic and peritectic transformation with neat sketches. Also give Suitable examples of each transformation. 3. Write a note on Solid Solution. 4. Explain Allotropic forms of Iron with neat sketch. 5. Draw neat and labeled diagram of microstructure of White Cast Iron, Low Carbon Steel,Grey Cast Iron and Eutectoid Steel and High Speed Steel and Nodular Cast Iron with their Compositions. 6. Draw neat Iron-Iron Carbide Equilibrium diagram indicating all important temperature, phases and composition. Explain the slow cooling of an alloy containing 0.3 % C steel, when cooled from 1600 to room temperature. Draw microstructure at each phase and calculate phases in the alloy at various points by lever rule from liquid state to room temperature. 7. Define the term Hardenability.Discuss the factors affecting Hardenability and discuss any one hardenability test. 8. Explain Hume Rotherys rule of Solid Solubility.

GHARDA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY Department of Mechanical Engineering Question Bank Subject: Material Technology Year-2013-14, SEM: EVEN 9. Explain how to determine from the equilibrium diagram, the composition of two phases that are in equilibrium at any temperature? 10. Define ferrite, cementite, autenite, pearlite, matensite and bainite.What are their general characteristics? How they are obtained? 11. Draw neat Iron-Iron Carbide Equilibrium diagram indicating all important temperature, phases and composition. Explain the slow cooling of an alloy containing 1.2 % C steel, when cooled from 1600 to room temperature. Draw microstructure at each phase and calculate phases in the alloy at various points by lever rule from liquid state to room temperature. 12. Class: S.E.Mechanical