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Classify Peritectic and Peritectoid reactions. BT-4 2. Compare steel and cast iron. Also classify the steel with respect to carbon percentage. BT-4 3. Define the following terms Solid Solution and Polymorphism. BT-1 4.
BT-1 Show nodular cast iron is called ductile cast iron? Describe the effect of additions of chromium on the characteristics of steel?
Explain the effects of crystal structure and atomic radii on formation of solid solution between two metallic elements?. BT-5 Explain with an example of eutectoid reaction BT-4 Mention few applications of the a Low carbon steel b Medium carbon steel c High carbon steel. BT-6 1. Describe the Iron - iron carbide equilibrium diagram and label all the phases.
Also enumerate the following phases A. Cementite BT-1 2. With the help of neat sketch explain the types of solid solution?
BT-1 3. BT-6 4.
The most ductile metal is platinum and the most malleable metal is gold. DBTT is important since, once a material is cooled below the DBTT, it has a much greater tendency to shatter on impact instead of bending or deforming.
For example, zamak 3 exhibits good ductility at room temperature but shatters when impacted at sub-zero temperatures. DBTT is a very important consideration in selecting materials that are subjected to mechanical stresses.
A similar phenomenon, the glass transition temperature , occurs with glasses and polymers, although the mechanism is different in these amorphous materials.
In some materials, the transition is sharper than others and typically requires a temperature-sensitive deformation mechanism. For example, in materials with a body-centered cubic bcc lattice the DBTT is readily apparent, as the motion of screw dislocations is very temperature sensitive because the rearrangement of the dislocation core prior to slip requires thermal activation.
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