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Unit 5 Lesson 2

Manufacturing
Name ____________________________________
Date _____________________________________
Class

1A

2A

5B

6B

7B

1. Lesson Big Idea


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2. Why do you select certain materials for certain tasks?
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3. The performance of a product requires
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4. Often a ______________________________________ among the needed properties must be
made.
5. Metals are materials that normally combine _______________________________________
6. Elements, when combined, have electrons that are _________________________________
7. Metals are good conductors of ______________________ and ________________________.
8. Metals are strong but ____________________________. (easy to bend and change shape)
9. Metals look ________________________ when polished.
10. Example of metals are ___________________, _______________________, and
___________________________.
11. Ceramics are compounds between
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12. Ceramics include compounds such as
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13. Ceramics are insulated and
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14. Example of ceramics are ____________________, ____________________________,
______________________, and _______________________
15. Plastics and polymers are
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16. Plastics and polymers have very large _______________________________________________
17. Plastics and polymers have very low ______________________ and are stable
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18. There are two types of Plastics and polymers _____________________ and
_________________________.
19. ____________________________ can be melted and shaped ONCE.
20. ____________________________ can be melted and reshaped multiple times.

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21. Semiconductors have _____________________________ between metallic
______________________________ and ___________________________________ insulators.
22. Examples of semiconductors are ________________________________ and
_________________________.
23. A ___________________________________ is made up of more than one distinct material
type.
24. Examples of composites are
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25. How many different materials are around you right now? Name 3 and explain.

26. How do you categorize material property.


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27. Measureing of resistance to being pulled apart is _____________________________


28. What is Fracture toughness?
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29. What is fatigue strength?
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30. The ability of a metal to withstand a constant weight of force at elevated temperatures is called
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31. What is hardness?
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32. The measure of how well a material accommodates the movement of an electrical charge is
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33. The opposition of a material to flow in an electric current is
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34. There are three magnetic properties and they are:

Magnetic susceptibility: which is the


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Curie temperature: which is the temperature at which a materials


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Saturation magnetization: state reached when an


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35. _________________________________: how much a material will expand for each degree of
temperature increased.
36. __________________________________: amount of heat required to change a materials
temperature by a given amount.
37. __________________________________: indicates a materials ability to conduct heat.
38. ________________________________ is applying the properties of materials.
39. Engineers use the material properties to
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40. The manufacturing process is split into two parts: the _________________________ and the
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41. In the ___________________________ raw materials into standard stock
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42. In the ____________________________ standard stock into finish products
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43. What are the three manufacturing types?

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44. Custom manufacturing is
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45. Examples of Custom Manufacturing are
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46. Batch manufacturing is _______________________________________ and the products are
_________________________________ before they _________________________________.
47. Examples of batch manufacturing are
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48. When products are made with no interruption to the product line from the input to the output
it is called _______________________________________.
49. Examples of continuous manufacturing are
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50. The invention of _____________________________________ by Eli Whitney in the 1700s
innovated manufacturing.
51. What are interchangeable parts?
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52. How do you think interchangeable parts increased the effectiveness of all manufacturing
process?
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53. Give an example of an interchangeable part and explain how it is interchangeable.
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