Objectives-ceramics-refractory and abrasive materials, Mechanical Engineering

Objectives

After studying this section, you should be capable to:

  • known properties that are essential to be present in a material for high temperature applications,
  • identify basic structure of materials used at high temperature,
  • understand materials with refractoriness,
  • understand elemental materials having high melting point,
  • identify abrasive machining and why it is needed,
  • understand materials with abraiding property,
  • identify structure of abrasive tools and wheels, and
  • identify structure, properties and application of glasses.

 

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