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Materials Selection

MetE 143 Lecture

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Reading: Callister Ch. 21

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MaterialsSelectionandDesign

For selection, one must establish a link between materials and function, with shape and processing also playing possibly important roles (ignored for now) AREAS OF DESIGN CONCERN Function- support a load, contain a pressure, transmit heat, etc. What does the component do?

function

Objective- make things cheaply, light weight, increase safety, etc., or combinations of these. What needs to be maximized or minimized? Constraints- make things within given budget, max required weight, weight safety requirements, requirements etc., or combinations of these. What are non-negotiable conditions to be met? What are negotiable but desired conditions? 2007, 2008 Moonsub Shim

shape

process

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Material index (performance index) is a combination of materials properties that characterizes the Performance of a material in a given application. Performance of a structural element may be specified by the functional requirements, the geometry, and the materials properties.

Performance[ (Functional needs, F); (Geometric, G); (Material Property, M)]

For OPTIMUM design, we need to MAXIMIZE or MINIMIZE the Performance. Consider only the simplest cases where these factors form a separable equation.

From D. Johnson

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Function, Objective, and Constraint Tie, minimum weight, stiffness Beam, minimum weight, stiffness Beam, minimum weight, strength Beam, minimum cost, stiffness Beam, minimum cost, strength Column, minimum cost, buckling load Spring, minimum weight for given energy storage Thermal insulation, minimum cost, heat flux Electromagnet, maximum field, temperature rise Index E/ E1/2/ 2/3/ E1/2/Cm Cm =cost/mass 2/3/Cm E1/2/Cm YS2/E 1/( Cm) =thermal cond Cp =elec. cond

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Why different dependences? linear vs. square root etc. Modified from D. Johnson 2007, 2008 Moonsub Shim

L

A Tie-rod is common mechanical component. Functional needs: F, L, f Tie-rod must carry tensile force, F. NO failure. Stress must be less than f. (f=YS, UTS) L is usually fixed by design, can vary Area A. While Whil strong, t needs d to t be b lightweight, li ht i ht or low l mass.

-Strength relation:

Tie-Rod has to be able to withstand applied tensile load Applied tensile stress = Including safety factor:

F f A F f A S

Safety factor

- Mass of rod:

m = LA

A = m/L

f F m / L S

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- Rearrange:

m (FS )( L)

Functional Needs (how much applied load and safety factor)

Geometrical parameter

Or Maximize the

Performance Index:

2007, 2008 Moonsub Shim

P=

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F, L c c

-Strength relation: f F

S = c2

- Mass of bar:

m = Lc 2

minimize for small M

specified by application

(strong, light tension members)

From D. Johnson

P=

f

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Strength can be YS for metals and polymer, compressive strength for ceramics, tear strength for elastomers, and TS for composites, for example. P= f f = P or

- To select materials, consider a minimum performance index (e.g. P = 10 Pa/g/m3) With P = 10 and = 0.1, , f = 1

P = 10 Pa/g/m3

With P = 10 and = 1, f = 10 With P = 10 and = 10, f = 100 All materials lying on this line can perform equally well.

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log f = log + log P

P = 100 Pa/g/m3

P = 10 Pa/g/m3

Notice that for the same strength, P =100 material will require 10 times less mass than P = 10 material. e.g. for f = 100 MPa

Taken from: Materials Selection for Mechanical Design Ed. 2, M. Ashby

m = ( FLS )

1Mg / m3 100MPa

10Mg / m 3 100MPa

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F, L c c

Bar must not lengthen by more than under force F; must have initial length L.

- Stiffness relation:

L F =E 2 L c

- Mass of bar:

( = E)

m = Lc 2

m= FL2 L E

(stiff, light tension members)

2007, 2008 Moonsub Shim

From D. Johnson

P=

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Example 3: Material Index for a Light, Stiff Beam in Deflection F Bendingiscommonmodeofloading,e.g., b b golfclubs,wingspars,floorjoists. L

A = b2 =deflection Bar with initial length L must not deflect by more than under force F. - Stiffness relation:

F L3 F L3 = E 4 2 4b 4 A

Eliminate the "free" design parameter, A:

specified by application

- Mass of bar:

m = AL or

E

m A = L

2

F L5 2 2 4m

1/ 2

E1/ 2

Maximize

Light, Stiff Beam

P=

E 1/ 2

If only beam height can change (not A), then P = (E1/3/) (Car door) If only beam width can change (not A), then P= (E/)

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(width change only)

(cross sectional area change)

(height change only)

From D. Johnson

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One way to improve fuel efficiency is to reduce mass of the car. Typical T i l weight i ht di distribution t ib ti i in a car

Steel 71% (body panels) Cast iron 15% (engine, gear box, axle) Rubber (tires, hoses) Rest: glass, zinc, copper, aluminum, polymers.

C Compare diff different t candidate did t materials t i l f for b body d panel that can reduce weight without compromising yield strength.

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b d L L and b must remain constant (only d can change).

- Mass of panel:

f =

3FL 2bd 2

Lb

m

m = Lbd

d=

f =

Minimize

3FL Lb 2b m

m=

3FL3b 1 / 2 2 f

1f / 2 P=

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(Mg/m3) y(MPa) 220 500 193 75 y1/2/ 1.9 2.9 5.1 4.8

P=

1/ 2 f

Steel Al alloys

Mild steel

7.8

- Glass Fiber Reinforced Polymer: Can creep at T above 60oC. - Al alloy: best performance but limited strength and higher cost of production.

P=2

- High strength steel: least amount of changes w.r.t. manufacturing changes from mild steel but also least in performance improvement. MSE280

Establish a criterion for selection of light and strong solid cylindrical shaft that is subjected j to torsional stress.

Goal: choose material to maximize strength with minimum mass and cost

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- Strength requirement:

Shear stress at radius r

2M = 3t r

f =

Mt = applied torque

m m = 2 V r L

2M t r 3

m r= L

f =

2M t m L

3

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Rearrange:

m = (2 M t )

2/3

1/ 3

L 2/3 f

Functional needs (how much applied load should also include safety factor) Fixed by service requirements!

Geometrical parameter

** Compare to:

Performance = f1(F) f2(G) f3(M)

/3 2 f

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/3 2 f P=

log f =

3 3 log P + log 2 2

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Strength vs Density

Lets say we want to constrain our search to materials with P > 10. Additi l constraints t i t may Additional be added, e.g. -Require minimum strength: f > 300 MPa. -Rule out brittle materials no ceramics. 300MPa

P = 10

Search area is now limited to the shaded area (minus ceramics) in the Ashby plot.

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Maximize the Performance Index: Other factors: P=

/3 2 f

>10

--require f > 300MPa. --Rule out ceramics and glasses: KIc too small.

material CFRE (vf=0.65) GFRE (vf=0.65) Al alloy (2024-T6) Ti alloy (Ti-6Al-4V) 4340 steel (oil quench & temper) (Mg/m3) f (MPa) 1.5 1140 2.0 1060 2.8 300 4.4 525 78 7.8 780 P (MPa)2/3m3/Mg) 73 52 16 15 11

Numerical Data:

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From D. Johnson

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Current Prices on the web(a): TRENDS

-Short term: fluctuations due to supply/demand. -Long term: prices increase as deposits are depleted.

- Energy to produce materials (GJ/ton) Al PET Cu steel glass paper 237 (17)(b) 103 (13)(c) 97 (20)(b) 20(d) 13(e) 9(f) - Cost of energy used in processing materials ($/GJ)(g) elect resistance propane natural gas oil

a a b c d e f g

25 11 9 8

From D. Johnson

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Metals/ Alloys 100000 50000 20000 10000 5000 2000 1000 500 200 100 50 20 10 5 2 1 0.5 0.1 0.05

Ag alloys Tungsten Ti alloys Pt Au

Polymers

Composites/ fibers

Diamond

$=

($ )

Si wafer Si nitride CFRE prepreg Si carbide AFRE prepreg Carbon fibers Aramid fibers G FRE prepreg Nylon 6,6 PC Epoxy PVC PET LDPE,HDPE PP PS

Reference material: -Rolled A36 carbon steel. Relative cost fluctuates less than actual cost over time.

high alloy

Al oxide Glass-soda

Steel

pl. carbon

Concrete

From D. Johnson

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Minimize Cost: Cost Index ~ m$ ~ $/P (since m ~ 1/P) Numerical Data:

material CFRE (vf=0.65) GFRE (vf=0.65) Al alloy (2024-T6) Ti alloy (Ti-6Al-4V) 4340 steel (oil quench & temper) P (MPa)2/3m3/Mg) 73 52 16 15 11

$ 80 40 15 110 5

Lowest L t cost: t 4340 steel t l( (oil il quench h&t temper) ) Need to consider machining, joining costs also.

From D. Johnson

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Recall Design Example from Failure Section of the course Spherical gas/fluid tank under pressure p Circumferential wall stress:

pr 2t

Two possible designs for safety: A) Plastic distortion before leaking (i.e. the mechanical deformation before leak occurs). - Calculate relative maximum critical crack length where plastic deformation occurs before catastrophic crack propagation for 1040 Steel, Ti alloy and Stainless steel. B) Leak-before-break (e.g. to prevent pressure build-up leading to explosion). Achieved when ac = t (i.e. complete opening before crack propagation). - Calculate the relative maximum pressure for same 3 materials as A).

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A) Plastic distortion before leaking

- Yield strength - Fracture toughness

y c

Critical stress for crack propagation

K

Y y ac

2

Ic

= Y c ac

- Sub in y for c:

Ic

ac

1 K Ic Y 2 y

Larger the tolerable crack size the better. Therefore, maximize this quantity.

P 1 =

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K Ic

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B) Leak-before-break

- Fracture toughness Pressure on the wall:

K Ic = Y ac

K Ic = Y t

sub in for t

= pr

2t

or

t=

pr 2

2

pr K Ic = Y 2

2

K = 2 Ic pr Y

K y = 2 Ic pr Y

2

-solve for p:

2 K Ic Y r y

2

higher the tolerable pressure the better. Therefore, maximize this quantity.

P2 =

2 K Ic

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Yield-before-break P1 = KIc/y Leak-before-break P2 = (KIc)2/y Thin wall, strong P3 = ys

e.g. Require a minimum strength of 100 MPa

2007, 2008 Moonsub Shim

P3=100 MPa

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Summary

Performance index and Ashby Plot.

Combination of properties to choose optimum materials to satisfy two or more needs.

Specific examples:

Strong and light tie-rod Stiff and light beam (tension) Stiff and light (deflection) Strong and light panel (auto body panels) Strong (torsion), light and cheap shafts Pressure vessel

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