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The objective of a manufacturing operation is to produce products or components that adequately perform their indented task. Meeting these objectives implies the manufacture of components from selected engineering material, with the required geometrical shape and precision and with companion material structures and properties the are optimized for the service environment. 2. Higher cost is an undesirable features of significantly exceeding the requirements of the a product. 3. In a manufacturing environment the use of engineering material should be constantly reevaluated because new materials and processes are constantly being created, which can be in turn prove to be more cost effective for the company. 5. Describe the interrelation between engineering material and the fabrication process used to produce the desired shape and properties? 9. The sequences of activities for nearly every engineered material include: design material selection, process selection, production, evaluation and possible redesign or modification. 11. The most frequent pitfall when seeking to improve an existing product is???? 12. When you approach a material selection problem the first thing to consider is the requirements of the product. 16. Some important aspects of the service environment to be considered is: what is the highest/lowest temp the product will experience, what is the most intense environment the product will see as far as corrosion or deterioration, service life, anticipated maintenance or inspection, should it be design with assembly, repair ability, or recyclability. 17. Some manufacturing concerns that should be considered include: how to be produced and at what rate, desired level of quality, what are the quality and inspection requirements. 18. It is important to resist jumping to an answer considering material and process because a thorough evaluation can direct and restrict material and process selection, which allows for the best material to be selected. 20. Some possible pitfalls to using a handbook data to select a material includes: the info isn t provided as a truly objective viewpoint.

radiation or light. highest/lowest service temp. and flame retardance. inadequate and unverified quality control procedures. failure to foresee. Materials used as industrial adhesives include: Thermoplastic resin. material selection made by people who completely unqualified. catalysts. artificial elastomers and even ceramics. activators.12-15. frequency of change. thermosetting resin. Some of the most common causes of product liability losses include: failure to use the most up to date info about the material being used. 30. 3. while something like a cell phone should be considered by cost per unit.21 1. and account for. pressure sensitive adhesives.22. Some types of structural adhesives include: evaporative adhesives. 2. differential expansion and contraction. Features and properties that are enhanced by additives include: toughness. use of a material which has insufficient or un certain data. or a combination of them. 10. moisture resistance. multiple component reactions. 13. Polymeric adhesives can be made electrically or thermally conductive by have metallic filler added to them. particularly with long term properties. layed-tack adhesive. Chapter 34: 1-5.18. Needs no surface preparation. Some ideal chrematistics of an ideal adhesive includes: bonds to any material. all reasonable uses of the product.20. Some new applications that have helped promote the use of adhesives include: the uses of adhesives in cars and planes to bond major components together.10. moisture. Curing can be induced by: heat. and maintains high bond strength at all temps. When selecting an adhesive some temperature consideration include: Curing temp. A steel hook is an example of when cost per pound should be considered. An unexpected problem when substituting a material could be increased vibration when thinner/lighter body panels are used instead of thicker steel panels. how fast the temp changes. . conductive adhesives. A structural adhesive is an adhesive that can effectively transmit load across the joint. radiation-curing adhesives 12. 29. 5. cures rapidly.11. joint durability. adhesion. 4. 11. duration of exposure to extreme temps.

quick curing time. Structural adhesives offer reduced manufacturing cost by getting rid of costly weld time used to assemble also there is no machines needed to apply adhesives. mold release agent). grease. acid rain. 18. 21. Some environmental conditions that might affect a structural adhesive includes: heat. scale. light weight. 20. ozone. Attractive properties in structural adhesives include: good shelf life. solvent cleaning. or compression because they structural adhesives offer poor peel/cleavage strength. numerous solvents.14. Common techniques to prepare a surface to be bonded with adhesive include: Cleaning containments (oil. humidity. It is desirable for adhesives joints to be designed to be either shear. rust. water. . salt. chemical etching. tension. no machines needed to apply. 15. vapor cleaning.

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