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The Application of Aluminium in Automobile Sector

- In order to reduce the consumption of energy and also for avoiding the air pollution, requirement of more fuel efficient automobile or vehicles are in demand and it is big challenge for automobile industries. There are various unique characteristic of aluminum for example excellent formability properties; higher strength & stiffness in respect of weight- ratio, properties of recyclability and most important good resistance against corrosion and it must be note down that these properties of aluminium propose it the best and ideal aspirant for replacing the heavy materials such as copper and steel in car and other luxury vehicles for full filling the requirement of automobile industries of wei...   [tags: energy, pollution, weight reduction]

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Alzheimer's Disease and Aluminium

- Aluminium is present in the earth's crust in huge amount, mainly in the form of insoluble aluminium silicates. It is scarce in the human body which contain only 30-50 mg of that metal. This is due to the insolubility of aluminium, the presence of a barrier in the gastro-intestinal tract to soluble forms of aluminium, and the ability of the kidneys to excrete aluminium effectively in healthy people. Aluminium is present in food occurs in additives, tea which is rich in aluminium, and drinking water which is treated with aluminium to remove organic residues....   [tags: Alzheimer's Disease Essays]

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- Aluminium The history of Aluminium use Aluminium is now one of the most widely used metals, but one of the hardest to refine due to it's reactivity with other elements. Even as late as the turn of the century, Aluminium was considered very valuable and in turn expensive, even more expensive than gold. In some cultures, when a function was held (for example, a party) by wealthy people, only the most honored guests would be given Aluminium cutlery, the others had to make do with gold or silver cutlery....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Experiment to Find the Specific Heat Capacity of an Aluminium Block

- Experiment to Find the Specific Heat Capacity of an Aluminium Block DATA COLLECTION: Mass(m) (kg) (5dp) Current(I) (A) (2dp) Voltage (V) (2dp) Time(t) (s) (0dp) Initial temp(T1) (ºC) (2sf) Final temp(T2) (ºC) (2sf) +/-( 5*10^ -4) % +/- (1*10^ -1) % +/- (4*10^ -2) % +/- (5*10^-1)s +/- 0.5 ºC +/- (5*10^ -1) ºC 0.99577 3.70 12.07 0 16.0 16.0 0.99577 3.70 12.08 60 16.0 18.0 0.99577 3.68 12.10 120 16.0 20.0 0.99577 3.66 12.11 180 16.0 22.0 0.99577 3.68 12.10 240 16.0 25.0 0.99577 3.64 12.08 300 16.0 27....   [tags: Papers]

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Procedures Required For Tensile Tests

- Summary The objective of this lab is to illustrated the procedures required to perform tensile tests. Using data obtained from the test will enable the student to determine various material characteristics that affect the design process. Some findings/interpretations are the stress vs strain curve will help us show how the metal reacted to the forces applied, and the point of failure is very important as it is the ultimate strength. Introduction To test if a metallic material is viable candidate to be used in the construction of a product the material must pass a tension test....   [tags: Tensile strength, Elasticity, Yield, Aluminium]

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The Science Of Matter And Energy

- I’m intrigued by your curiosity and zest when it comes on to chemistry, the science of matter and energy. I think, to some extent, that you very much remind me of my previous self, when I was around your age. Now, I am a chemical engineer, obviously, quite a number of years have passed. Oh my. Time flies. To put things in perspective, though, I general I don’t normally take breaks from my already busy schedule to write letters, explaining how processes work. However, I see that you are special, and that you have a tremendous amount of passion for the science, which I greatly admire and encourage by all means....   [tags: Chemical reaction, Hydrogen, Aluminium]

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Use Of The Glass Agent Of Glaze

- Color in Glaze Ceramics becomes most compelling through the glazes that cover the cups and pots. There are many steps and prior knowledge needed, however, to reach the final product of a glaze. Before thinking about glaze a bisque fired clay body is needed. Then we think about glaze to put on to it. Glaze is made from four specific properties. These Properties are silica, alumina, flux, and a variable. Silica is the glass agent of glaze. Silica can be used as glass by itself but would need to be heated at a temperature that can not be reached by a normal kiln....   [tags: Oxygen, Oxide, Light, Aluminium]

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An Analysis of the Properties of Aluminum

- An Analysis of the Properties of Aluminum Physically, chemically and mechanically aluminium is a metal like steel, brass, copper, zinc, lead or titanium. It can be melted, cast, formed and machined much like these metals and it conducts electric current. In fact often the same equipment and fabrication methods are used as for steel. Light Weight Aluminium is a very light metal with a specific weight of 2.7 g/cm3, about a third that of steel. For example, the use of aluminium in vehicles reduces dead-weight and energy consumption while increasing load capacity....   [tags: Papers]

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Hulamin Limited Supply Chain Management

- Hulamin Limited is the leading producer of semi-fabricated aluminium products in Africa, and the main key supplier of aluminum rolled products to the South African industry. It has 2 main operations i.e. Rolled products and Extrusions, with rolled products contributing to approximately 80% to its profits. Hulamin Rolled Products produces rolled sheet, foil, paste, can stock and plate products conforming to international standards with 70% of its production exported to customers round the world. Hulamin Rolled products is situated in Edendale, Pietermaritzburg, with two manufacturing sites Camps Drift and Edendale, which are situated within a radius of 4km apart....   [tags: Hulamin, aluminum, rolled products]

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Overview of Aluminum

- Aluminum (Al) The Element The name comes from the Latin word alumen, for the mineral alum. The electron configuration is [Ne] 3s2 3p1. The element looks solid at room temperature and is a classification of other metals. Its crystal structure is cubic. Aluminum is not an element found in nature, it is found in the earth’s crust which is 8.2 percent of it. Aluminum is obtained from rocks called bauxite. It is the most available element. In the beginning, scientist suspected it was in the earth’s crust....   [tags: electron, mineral alum]

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The Toxicology of Aluminum Chlorohydrate

- Introduction Aluminum chlorohydrate is an aluminum salt. It is an inorganic, water-soluble aluminum complex with widespread commercial use. It is a stable, powdered solid that can be hazardous if inhaled or ingested (MSDS). It is used in most antiperspirants on the market today in the United States. In aqueous solution it polymerizes, forming a number of polymers, some of which play an important role in antiperspirant activity (Pophristic et al. 2003). Bulk samples of aluminum chlorohydrate, Al2(OH)5Cl2H2O - (ACH) consists of a mixture of polymers ranging from Al2 to Al200, with the Al13 being the major component (Pophristic et al....   [tags: Antiperspirants, Negative Effects]

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Advantages and Disadvantages of Aluminum

- Aluminum is the most abundant metal and the third most abundant element in the earth's crust, after oxygen and silicon. It makes up about 8% by weight of the earth’s solid surface. Aluminum also chemically reactive to occur naturally as the free metal (Kobayashi et al, 2002). There are many applications of Aluminum in our daily life, such as construction machinery, aircraft construction, ship construction, home furnishing and electronics component. For the vehicle industry, Aluminum has established a worldwide position because of its advantages over the other competitive materials, like light weight, providing exceptional unit strengths (strength/density ratio), high corrosion resistance, l...   [tags: vehicle industry, heating temperature]

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Pollution Caused By Glass And Aluminum

- Title- R&B Recycling Race Abstract- We are going to clean up the bars and restaurants of licking county, but we need your help to do it. Many bars and restaurants don 't recycle, getting them to recycle would make a huge difference in the community. As the reader take a minute to think of all the drinks that you have had at a restaurant or barn now think of all the drinks they are selling in the bars and restaurants and how much of a difference would be made if they were to recycle all of those bottles....   [tags: Recycling, Waste management, Landfill]

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Aluminum Nitride on Titanium

- Piezoelectric materials are widely used for microscale sensors and actuators but can pose material compatibility challenges. This paper reports a post-CMOS compatible fabrication process for piezoelectric sensors and actuators on silicon using only standard CMOS metals. The piezoelectric properties of aluminum nitride (AlN) deposited on titanium (Ti) by reactive sputtering are characterized and microcantilever actuators are demonstrated. The film texture of the polycrystalline Ti and AlN films is improved by removing the native oxide from the silicon substrate in-situ and sequentially depositing the films under vacuum to provide a uniform growth surface....   [tags: Research Analysis]

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Aluminum Recycling

- Introduction: Aluminum is an element in the boron group with a symbol of Al, and an atomic number of 13. Aluminum is a very soft metal when pure but becomes strong and hard when alloyed, a malleable metal with a silvery gray color. Aluminum is a very reactive element so it is found in nature combined with other elements. Aluminum resists corrosion by the formation of a self-protecting oxide coating. Aluminum is the third most abundant element in the Earth’s crust, following oxygen and silicon....   [tags: Research Paper]

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Aluminum Bat vs. Wood Bat

- What is better a wood or aluminum bat. In this project I will take the scientific approach to answer this question. I will compare the average hitting distance of a wood and aluminum bat, how the bat feels, and how far the ball goes then compare the two bats together. Aluminum bats are more durable then wood bats. They are also lighter than wood bats which means the ball coming off the bat will be faster then when it was pitched. Aluminum bats are hollow and wood bats are solid. The wood bat can go just as far an a aluminum bat but the wood bat is heavier then the aluminum bat....   [tags: baseball, hit, speed]

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- Aluminum Aluminum is one of a number of soft metals that scientists call "poor" metals. It can be shaped and twisted into any form. It can be rolled into thick plates for armored tanks or into thin foil for chewing gum wrappers. It may be drawn into a wire or made into cans. Aluminum is a generally popular metal because it does not rust and it resists wear from weather and chemicals. (Bowman, 391) Aluminum is an element. Its atomic number is thirteen and its atomic weight is usually twenty-seven....   [tags: Papers]

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- Aluminum, symbol Al, the most abundant metallic element in the earth's crust. The atomic number of aluminum is 13; the element is in group 13 (IIIa) of the periodic table. Hans Christian Orstead, Danish chemist, first isolated aluminum in 1825, using a chemical process involving potassium amalgam. Between 1827 and 1845, Friedrich Wöhler, a German chemist, improved Oersted's process by using metallic potassium. He was the first to measure the specific gravity of aluminum and show its lightness. In 1854 Henri Sainte-Claire Deville, in France, obtained the metal by reducing aluminum chloride with sodium....   [tags: essays research papers]

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- Aluminum Aluminum is the second most abundant element in the Earth’s crust. It has a concentration of about 8.2 percent (Craig et al 264). Aluminum “is malleable, ductile, and easily machined and cast; and has excellent corrosion resistance and durability” ( It is evident in everyday life. Aluminum is a very useful abundant metal. A large fraction of the mineral products we seek are metals, such as aluminum (Halleck, 1/20). The major uses of aluminum are transportation, packaging and containers, and building products....   [tags: Research Essays]

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- Aluminum Hello buddy. How is the weather in Paris. It is extremely cold in New York and there is snow all over the place. The reason I am writing is to give you the information you wanted on aluminum. I have everything you would possibly want to know about everything from mining to recycling, but I will begin with a little background on the element first. Aluminum is the third most abundant element in the Earth's crust and was probably formed during the birth of our solar system through collisions of hydrogen atoms under intense heat and pressure....   [tags: Elements Natural Resources Science Essays]

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Refining Differences Between Copper, aluminum, and Steel

- The process varies when extracting copper from copper ore to obtain a preferred purity level of the final product. However the most common type of process in the United States is called Smelting. This is only achieved once the copper ore has been processed to a specified concentration level. This is done by grinding the ore into a concentration of slurry with chemical agents and water. The copper will float to the top of the slurry mixture when air is blown through the mixture and a frothed layer or a foaming layer allows the copper to attach and overflow the tank, this is called ore benefaction....   [tags: minerals, smelting, ore benefaction ]

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Bauxite/Aluminum and the Environment

- Bauxite/Aluminum and the Environment Aluminum is the third most common element in the earth's crust, with reserves guaranteed to last hundreds of years, and, in its ore, bauxite, one of the most economically significant minerals in the world. It is, perhaps, more easily recycled than any other mineral substance used by man, but mining operations still continue and are enormously valuable. Aluminum companies have been at the forefront of environmental progress and effort in the minerals industry....   [tags: Essays Papers]

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Aluminum Bats

- ESPN the magazine starts the story July 25, 2003 Brandon Patch was on his way to play his final American Legion Baseball game against Montana's two time state champs Helena. Brandon was a husky first baseman and a pitcher not much for the specifics. He just loved to play the game of baseball. He was so excited to play against their rival the best team in the state. He said, "He was not going to lose." The score tied 3 to 3 in the bottom of the fifth inning with one out and a 1-1count, Quinn LeSage was at bat....   [tags: Sports]

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Recycle the Present, Save the Future: Effects of Recycling

- Recycle the Present, Save the Future: Effects of Recycling Approximately 99% of all soda cans are solely made of aluminum; because of this it is highly important that we recycle. Additionally, more than 80 billion aluminum cans are used in the United States every year. Aluminum recycling can have disastrous effects; everyone should be required to recycle it because it is a big factor involved with saving our Earth. There are many metals in the world that aren’t nearly as used as aluminum so it isn’t as imperative that they are recycled, but with this world wide used metal we must take a stand....   [tags: aluminum, trash, environment]

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Aluminum Bats vs. Wooden Bats

- Aluminum Bats vs. Wooden Bats      Is baseball America’s pastime. For the major leaguers maybe, but for college athletes it seems more like a new age video game. The introduction of high dollared aluminum bats produce football like scores, higher statistics, and a percentage of danger to each and every player on the field. The NCAA has changed the regulations of the bats so far and should look further into to making another change to wooden bats.      High tech aluminum baseball bats aren’t quite as new to the game as many people may think....   [tags: Baseball Bats compare Contrast Essays]

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Hydrophobic property of Carbon Nanotubes

- Carbon fiber also has corrosion issues due to its chemical composition There are many different types of corrosions. According to Boeing Engineer David Banis, “Concentration cell corrosion, or crevice corrosion, is the most common type of corrosion found on airplanes” (Banis 2). It occurred whenever water is trapped between two surfaces, such as under loose paint, within a delaminated bond-line, or in an unsealed joint. The magnitude of the corrosion depends on the alloy that is used. Carbon fiber with metal mesh is susceptible to severe corrosion if not properly treated with the right sealant....   [tags: corrosion, aluminum, carbon fiber]

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Toxic Effects of Aluminum and Their Probable Association with Dialysis Encephalopathy

- Toxic Effects of Aluminum and Their Probable Association with Dialysis Encephalopathy Reports on the neurotoxic properties of Aluminum (Al++), as well as those of many other heavy metals, date as far back as the end of the nineteenth century. In 1965, Al was found to induce the formation of neurofibrillary tangles (NFT) in animal brains. These NFT’s were similar to those found in brains of patients suffering from Alzheimer’s Disease (AD). Vast research thus, was targeted at defining the possible etiologic role of Al in AD....   [tags: Chemistry Chemical Essays]

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The Importance of Automoblies in Society

- 1.0 Introduction Automobiles have been around for a really long time. The idea of a self-propelling vehicle dates back to the 15th century, with the spring-run car conceived by Leonardo Da Vinci. After that, Nicolas-Joseph Cugnot of France constructed a steam-powered automobile, and soon after, more individuals began to improve on the idea such as Karl Benz and Henry Ford, leading to new innovations (Kowalski 2007, p. 8). It is an ongoing process which is still happening now. Automobiles are constantly being improved time after time as technology advances to meet certain demands as well as curb environmental issues....   [tags: bonnet, properties, materials, techniques]

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Changing Raw Material Into Standard Stock with Primary Process

- 1.a Define and describe primary processes A Primary Process is changing a raw material into a standard stock. This is a rather ambiguous definition as some processes can be a primary process or secondary process depending on the product being produced. For example pig iron from a blast furnace can be standard stock (for cast iron) or it can be sent to a BOS furnace for further processing into steel, which is the standard stock in this case. Some basic examples of primary processes are: Wood Trees are cut down from native, regrowth or plantation forests....   [tags: casting, cutting, moulding]

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Coagulation and Flocculation in Water and Wastewater Treatment

- The treatment of surface wastewater is aimed at bringing contaminated water back to its previous state for domestic use or otherwise. Some of the sources of wastewater include industrial effluents from manufactures, agricultural effluents, agro-industrial as well as domestic wastewater from sinks, bathtubs, toilets, and so on. Particles in the water from the various sources include bacteria, organic matters, and sand which cause the water to be turbid or discoloured in appearance and have an unpleasant odour....   [tags: wastewater, flocculation, alkalinity, flocs]

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Which two metals combined together give the higher voltage when reacting with acid

- Which two metals combined together give the higher voltage when reacting with acid Introduction In this investigation we will find out which two metals combined together give the higher voltage when reacting with acid. The metals used will be: · Aluminium · Zinc · Iron · Tin · Lead · Nickel · Copper To make a prediction on what metals will be the ones that give the highest voltage when combined together you need to find out if the position in which the metals are at in the reactivity series would make a difference, and if it does, how....   [tags: GCSE Chemistry Coursework Investigation]

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Business Analysis of Broken Hill Proprietary Company

- BHP BILLITON BHP is known as Broken Hill Proprietary Company and was established in 1885 and its works in three major sectors which are: mineral, petroleum and steel along with that it also works in some other field like transport and logistics, corporate services, strategy and legal .Mainly they were involved in discovery, development, production and marketing of iron ore, copper, oil and gas. Its main headquarter was in Melbourne and gave employment to 30000 individual. Billiton was formed in 1860 in Netherlands and it is named after the name of tin-rich Island in Indonesia, where they first started mining....   [tags: competition, environment, profit]

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BHP Billiton's Global Success

- BHP Billiton is a global leader in mining and resource companies with around 100,000 employees in over 25 countries worldwide.BHP was founded in 1885 as the broken hill proprietary company having three main operations such as minerals, petroleum and steel. In case of minerals and petroleum market it includes the production of iron ore, copper, nickel, silver, diamonds, oil and gas and other natural resource. It also produces other services like transport and logistics, corporate services, strategy and legal....   [tags: mine, market, environment]

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Investigating Which Metal Combination Gives Out the Most Voltage in a Solution

- Investigating Which Metal Combination Gives Out the Most Voltage in a Solution Background Metals are an order of chemical elements in the periodic table. They are arranged in atomic number. All of them are solid (apart from mercury), good thermal and electrical conductors and are shiny when polished. Metals and non - metals are separated in the table by a diagonal line. -------------------------------------------------------------------- The reactivity series is a table to show which metals are most reactive to the least reactive....   [tags: Papers]

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Expansion and Contraction of Materials

- Expansion and Contraction of Materials When most materials are heated they expand and this increase their volume. One example of expansion is the fitting of the starter ring gear to the flywheel. The gear is heated until it expands sufficiently to pass over the rim of the flywheel, and when it is cool the gear tries to return to its original size, this gripping the flywheel with considerable force. All metals do not expand equally when heated through the same range of temperature, e.g. aluminium alloy expands more than cast iron; copper and brass expand more than mild steel....   [tags: Papers]

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Metal Recycling : Keep It Out Of Landfill

- Metal Recycling – Keep it out of landfill Look in any Australian shed (or behind it) and you will often find what seems to be rubbish. Broken screen doors, old guttering, door knobs, even the kitchen sink. When it comes time to move house oftentimes the whole lot ends up at the dump. Scrap Metal is actually a commodity, that can be recycled and repurposed to keep it out of landfill. Not only will recycling your scrap metal keep it out of landfill it will also reduce the amount of rubbish you have to take to the dump, which can help cut down on your dumping fees....   [tags: Recycling, Waste management, Recyclable materials]

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Justifying My Choice of Bridge Design

- Justify your choice of bridge design. Provide research that justifies your choice Through the many years bridge designs have changed dramatically, from few pieces of log being tied together to enormous suspension bridges span over hundreds of kilometres. As the technology and knowledge advanced the designs of the bridges became bigger and stronger. The bridge design which was chosen uses the Pegram Truss, which is a hybrid of Warren and Parker’s truss design. This particular design allows existing bridges to be recycled, meaning that the components of the original bridge can be reused and changed into the design....   [tags: Pegram Truss, civil engineering]

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Invention Relating to Alloy of Copper

- The present invention relates to an alloy of copper having high conductivity and low resistivity. Electricity is the set of physical phenomena associated with the presence and flow of electric charge. Electric charge is the property of matter that causes it to experience a force when close to other electrically charged matter. Conduction in metals must follow Ohm's Law, which states that the current is directly proportional to the electric field applied to the metal. The key variable in applying Ohm's Law is a metal's resistivity....   [tags: ohm , conductivity, resistivity]

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A Experiment On Water Desalination

- Water desalination is the process of removing salts and minerals from water that has a high concentration of salt dissolved in it, and can therefore not be consumed as drinking water. Desalination of saline water can be achieved by a technique known as reverse osmosis. In osmosis the net movement of solvent molecules occurs from an area of low solute concentration to a more concentrated one through a semi-permeable membrane to balance the concentration of solute on either side of the membrane. However, in reverse osmosis the net flow of solvent is in the opposite direction this can be achieved by applying an external pressure that is great enough to stop osmosis from occurring, this is known...   [tags: Osmosis, Water, Desalination, Reverse osmosis]

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Alloy Wheels

- Alloys They are lightweight, better conductors of heat and fit more snugly than steel variants. But most importantly they improve fuel efficiency...No wonder aluminium alloy wheels are fast becoming the preferred accessory of car consumers IT'S now considered a wonder material for autoville. Aluminium, which is increasingly replacing steel in car factories across the world (including some of the more premium names in the business like BMW and Mercedes Benz), is also the preferred material for wheels, both automotive and otherwise....   [tags: Case Study, solution]

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The A380, The Worlds’ First Superjumbo Jet

- In 1988 engineers at the Airbus headquarters in Toulouse started work on a highly ambitious project, the possibility of a commercial UHCA (ultra-high-capacity aircraft). By 1993 Boeing and Deutsche Aerospace, a member of the Airbus consortium, surprisingly declared they were joining forces on a VLCT (very large commercial transport) feasibility study, with the aim to create a product in a shared partnership that would lead in the limited market [7]. Nevertheless two years later this study was abandoned due to viability from increasing development costs....   [tags: Airbus, Boeing, Lufthansa]

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Rocks and the Earth

- Rocks and the Earth There are 3 main types of rock . These are sedimentary , metamorphic and igneous . Igneous rocks are formed by molten lava escaping from the mantle and cooling down to form solid , crystalline rock. The faster the new rock cools the smaller the crystals in the rock are. Eg Granite Sedimentary rocks are made when small chippings of rock accumulate on the seabed and are crushed together over thousands of years. These chippings are worn from rocks by wind, rain and ice , this is called erosion or weathering....   [tags: Papers]

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Heat Energy Investigation

- Heat Energy Investigation In this experiment we will as accurately as possible measure the voltage, current, time, start temperature, final temperature and the mass of 7 different substances. We will measure the voltage to make the experiment more accurate, we will do this by making sure that every time we do an experiment we will keep the volts to 12v and nothing else, as this could affect the overall result. It is also needed as part of an equation that will be done later on....   [tags: Papers]

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Vapour-Compression Refrigeration System

- The first working vapour-compression refrigeration system in the world which operated on a closed cycle as to run continuously wasn’t built until 1834 by American expatriate to Great Britain Jacob Perkins. Until this point, ice houses or natural sources of cold (snow, cold lakes) were used to provide cool storage for most of the year. In 1856 James Harrison built the first practical vapour compression refrigeration system, His prototype was built in 1851 on the banks of the Barwon River and his first commercial ice-making machine followed in 1854....   [tags: ice, freezer, hydrogen, low temperatures]

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Microstructural Evolution, Mechanical Properties and Corrosion Behavior of Low Cost Ti-Fe-O-N Alloys

- MICROSTRUCTURAL EVOLUTION, MECHANICAL PROPERTIES AND CORROSION BEHAVIOUR OF LOW COST Ti-Fe-O-N (alpha-beta) ALLOYS 1. INTRODUCTION Titanium and its alloys are highly recognized materials used for advanced applications such as aerospace, biomedical and chemical industries [1]. This is attributed to the excellent physical and mechanical properties exhibited by these alloys. Some of these properties include low density, specific strength, corrosion resistance, non magnetic and high temperature resistance....   [tags: materials for advanced applications]

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Various Kinds of Heat Exchangers Analysis

- This is another type of heat exchanger, which is vital during energy recovery systems and normally finds its application in HVAC systems. It has the general appearance of a plate-finned water coil although in this case, the tubes are never interconnected. A typical heat pipe is separated into two sections using a closed/sealed dividing wall. When placed in an air handling system, hot exhaust air stream passes through the evaporator and gets cooled, while the cool incoming air stream is passed through the condenser....   [tags: heat pipes, hvac systems, energy recovery]

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The Importance of Studying Mechanical Engineering

- When I was a schoolgirl, I found myself intrigued with how and why things work the way they do. Now, having studied Mechanical Engineering for three and half years and having a little research experience, I am convinced that improvement of our understanding of the how and why would influence the way we lead our lives in a major way. During the last three and half years, I spent most of time carrying out experimental studies and in attending lectures and seminars. My favorite lectures were on Multi-functional and adaptive materials and Green Fuel and Clean Energy Technologies....   [tags: research, projects, materials]

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Technical Report The Construction of Alloy Wheels

- Technical Report The Construction of Alloy Wheels Introduction Aluminium alloy wheels are now used in all branches of Motor Racing, ranging from Touring cars and Rally cars to Formula One cars. The Alloy wheels offer far superior mechanical properties than the conventional steel wheels formerly used. These benefits include reduced un-sprung weight, i.e. not held by the suspension, providing more precise steering input and improved responsiveness. Alloy wheels also improve acceleration and braking due to the reduction of weight....   [tags: Design and Technology]

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The Content of Two Antacids

- The purpose of this experiment is to investigate and compare the basic content of two antacids and also compare the prices and thus decide which antacid is more cost effective. This experiment is not hugely significant to the wider scientific community however it can help an uninformed consumer purchase a more cost effective antacid and understand how antacids work. The method used in this experiment is called a back titration. This involves adding HCl to an antacid tablet until an excess of HCl is reached and then titrating that solution against a 0.1mol NaOH solution....   [tags: Antacids, science experiments, ]

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The Problem of Acid Rain

- The Problem of Acid Rain WHAT CAUSES ACID RAIN When power stations, factories, houses and cars release pollution into the air it has chemicals in it called sulphur dioxide and nitrogen oxides. SULPHUR DIOXIDE: Man-made sulphur dioxide comes mainly from burning fossils fuels in power stations. It then mixes with water in the atmosphere to make sulphuric acid, which will later fall as acid rain. NITROGEN OXIDES: Nitrogen oxides are also man-made and mainly come from car exhausts....   [tags: Papers]

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Law and Statue Law

- Step 1 The area of law the question is associated with is statute law. The case in question concerns the breach of the local law 36 which states “A person shall not dispose of metals or metallic particles into soil, areas of vegetation, waterways, sewers, drains or similar areas. Penalty: $3000.00”. Yvette, a student sells artworks in her garage in her private residence. The chromium paint she uses contains a small amount of aluminium and while the paint can is being cleaned, some paint may escape the can and flow into a water trough which is not used....   [tags: Four Step Process, Laws, Streets, Systems]

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My First And Most Important Belief About Teaching

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Monopolies that make super normal profits aren’t in the public

- Monopolies that make super normal profits aren’t in the public interest because they could charge a lower price than they do. Introduction: Monopoly is an emotive word, and the immediate reaction is that it should be replaced with competition. In this investigation we are going to look at what is a monopoly, what are barriers to entry and what types of barriers there are, what are normal and supernormal profits and to they bear any benefits to the public. What is a monopoly. Monopoly is a market situation in which there is a single seller of a product and there are no close substitutes of this product in the market....   [tags: Business and Management Studies]

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The Pros and Cons of Vertical Integration

- It leads to reduction of transportation costs as the common ownership results in closer geographic proximity. The transaction costs can be controlled if a firm acquires the other firms in the vertical chain, then one division of the same company will transfer goods to other divisions. So, transaction costs in form of transport, cost of negotiation, cost of control etc. will be eliminated. The overall average cost of the firm will decrease because if the divisions are under same management control then there will be in house supply and departmental heads will determine the transfer price....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Turning a Mild Steel Bar

- TASK: Turning a Mild Steel Bar.We were each given a mild steel bar to work into the shape shown in the drawing found on the following pages, TURNING TASK: Turning a Mild Steel Bar. We were each given a mild steel bar to work into the shape shown in the drawing found on the following pages, to do this we used the Turning Lathe in the workshop, but before we could start some measurements had to be taken. This meant using a micrometer to determine the diameter of the bar to begin with. A micrometer allows a measurement of the size of a body....   [tags: Design and Technology]

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Corporate Strategy

- External Environment The various factors and systems that surround a business, and do not constitute the operation of the business, are regarded as components of the external environment for the business. These systems and factors have a very great potential of influencing and affecting the business activities (The External Environment). The constituents of the external environment include: the business competitors, the prevailing economic status of the country the business is located in, the existing surrounding social system, the dynamics of political or legal components in the country, and the existing monetary system of the country....   [tags: Business Analysis ]

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- Electrolysis Electrolysis is a chemical process by which electrical currents can be passed through solutions. Pure water cannot conduct electricity, but if a salt such as Sodium Chloride is dissolved in it, the solutions will start conducting if two electrodes are placed in it with a battery that provides the initial current. When we close the switch, copper ions on the anode will start to move through the solution to the cathode. The copper atoms have already given up two electrons to become ions and their electrons are free to move in the wires....   [tags: Papers]

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Glass Bottle and Jars are Made of Different Raw Materials

- ... Raw materials used in the glass container manufacturing are given the table below : Component Chemical Formula Percentage Silicon Oxide SiO2 71-73 Sodium Oxide Na2O 12-14 Calcium Oxide CaO 9-12 Magnesium Oxide MgO 0.2-3.5 Aluminium Oxide Al2O3 1-3 Potassium Oxide K2O 0.3-1.5 Sulphur trioxide SO3 .05-0.3 Colour modifiers etc. See Table 3.2 Traces Table 3.1 Raw materials used in glass container manufacturing[Source: Reference document on best available techniques in glass manufacturing industry December 2001, IPPC] * SiO2 is the most important raw material for glass container production....   [tags: impact on environment, failure]

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Assessment of Manipulations in Commodities Futures Markets

- Though complicated in implementations, neither market power nor fraud is sporadic in commodities futures markets. Although such perplexity does constrain understandings as well as prosecution attempts (Fischel and Ross, 1991; Markham, 1993; Pirrong, 2010), basic market functions, such as hedging and price discovery are apparently weakened with fraudulent prices (Hull, 2003). Some manipulations shaped the regulatory framework in commodities futures markets, like the 19th century corner in grain, which generated the initial need for regulations (Lower, 1991; Sharp, 2009)....   [tags: market power, electricity, energy markets]

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Design Consideration of a Noise Barrier

- From the guidelines of EPD,the major function of noise barrier is to eliminate the excessive noise generated by vehicles. Noise barriers are considered as the most reasonable and efficient noise mitigation measures. Many factors need to consider in design of noise barrier. They are Acoustical Design Consideration, Transmission Loss of Various Barrier Materials, in Noise Barrier Performance due to Holes, Slits or Gap, Barrier Shape ,Choice of Material ,barrier materials ,Earth Berms and Retaining Structures and Non-acoustical Consideration....   [tags: acoustical design, noise mitigation]

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How Iodine-131 Works in Everyday Applications

- Iodine-131 is a naturally found radioisotope and its radioactivity has useful purposes in everyday applications. For example, Iodine 131 can diagnose and treat cancer of the thyroid glands. Iodine 131 may have many positive uses, however, if ingested the affects can seriously harm one’s body. Alpha Decay is when an unstable atom’s nucleus releases two protons and two neutrons (commonly referred to as a helium atom), which are called alpha particles (Lab, n.d.) . Since both mass and atomic number changes, the element also changes (Lab, n.d.)....   [tags: ingested, atoms, diagnosis]

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My Decision For Pursue Management Course

- “Certain things catch your eye, but pursue only those that capture the heart.” Well, I was inspired to pursue a career in management from a young age, witnessing the business activities of my father. As a child, I began to absorb many ideas and concepts related to business and it was clear even at that young age that I would work in business in the future. My decision to pursue management course is first of all my passion towards it and secondly due to the fact that I recognize that my father was limited by his qualifications, relying on his own diligence and perseverance to succeed....   [tags: Management, Internal control, Business school]

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Designer Charles Eames' Design Icon: The Eames Chair

- The Eames chair designed by Charles Eames in 1955. Charles Eames was born in 1907 and dies in 1978, the Eames chair was named after the designer itself it took 80 years for prototype. Eames was best known as the designer responsible for many classic iconic designs of the 20th century, Eames was born in St Louis, Missouri and studied architecture at Washington University, he got married in 1941 and moved to California to set up a ground breaking design studio. The chair was design for exterior use however it became very popular as an office chair....   [tags: home decor, Designer, Charles Eames, Eames Chair, ]

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A Brief History of Lime

- Symbol: Ca From the Latin calx which means lime. It was used as a building material as far back as 7000 to 14000 BC. Determine when and how this metal was discovered (and, if possible, who discovered this metal). This metal was discovered in Khafajah Mesopotamia; around 2500 BC (first kiln date). The Ancient Romans prepared lime as calcium oxide. However this could not be the first scientific date of discovery; this is because it was not discovered, isolated and named. An English scientist named Humphry Davy was the first person to isolate calcium, this was done in 1808 by mixing mercuric oxide and lime; he then performed an electrolysis of the mixture....   [tags: Chemistry Metals, Building Material, History]

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Preparation of Tooth: Rotary Cutterage

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Radioactivity Experiments

- Radioactivity Experiments Aim: To determine the penetrating power and the range in air of the three radioactive emissions alpha, beta and gamma. Apparatus: * gm tube, * clamp stand, * the counter thing, * ruler, * set-square Method of penetrating power of Alpha particles, Beta particles & Gamma Rays: The equipment was set up as shown below to measure the penetrating power of each radioactive source. Geiger-Muller Tube Again the measurements were taken without the absorber to measure background radiation....   [tags: Papers]

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Seminar: Smartphone Review

- ... With a more widescreen-aspect display, the iPhone 5 is a good deal less wide is 58.6mm against the Samsung Galaxy S3‚which is 70.6mm (News Straits Times, 2013). Furthermore, the Samsung Galaxy S3 features also slightly slimmer, a rounder body and a sleeker design than its predecessor model which is Samsung Galaxy S2 ("2013 Nguyen and Fiolet"). Lastly, The iPhone 5 only available in two colours, black and white ("2012 Ritchie" par. 2). While, the Galaxy S3 comes in variety of colours like white, black, blue, red, grey and brown....   [tags: Samsung Galaxy S3, iPhone 5]

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International Joint Ventures (IJVs)

- INTRODUCTION: In today’s global world, multinational corporations (MNCs) need to find new markets to stay competitive. A way in which they can do this is through IJVs. Hyder and Ghauri (2000) estimate the growth of IJVs to be 25% annually. As defined by Geringer (1988), a joint venture (JV) is when two or more distinct companies come together and form a new entity. Geringer and Hebert (1991) extend this definition to include IJVs and stated that if the headquarters of one of the partners is outside the country where the JV is set-up or if it has operations in multiple countries, it is an IJV....   [tags: Strategic Alliances]

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Herbal Medicine: Vino Ltd

- Vrino Ltd was founded in 1991, with its main business activities being the cultivation, processing, packaging and distribution of aromatic plants, herbs and spices. Throughout these years, the company has tremendously expanded, not only within the Greek borders, but also across the whole world (exports in the USA, Australia, China, Germany, Canada are specific examples). The company has long been an authorized supplier of Delhaize Group as well as Spar Group and has acquired all the required certifications of standardized procedures and quality (ISO 9001:2008 and 22000:2005 stand as the most important)....   [tags: cultivation, aromatic plants]

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I Love Electronics

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The Uses and Significance of Group Two Compounds

- The Uses and Significance of Group Two Compounds The group two elements consist of Beryllium, Magnesium, Calcium, Strontium, Barium and Radium. These are known as the ‘Group Two elements’ because of their unique electron division. Each one of these elements, consists of two outer shell electrons. Because of the lack of outer electrons, these elements are highly reactive. Group two electrons have a positive Two charge or +ve. The Group 2 elements are all metals with a shiny, silvery-white colour....   [tags: Papers]

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The Age of Discovery of Elements

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Frank J. Horgan Filtration Plant

- Frank J. Horgan Filtration Plant Introduction The Frank J. Horgan Filtration Plant is located Southeast of Toronto on the shores of Lake Ontario (See map). Its purpose is to provide safe drinking water to our taps by filtering the water. The water is gathered from Lake Ontario. This plant has a production capacity of 455 million litres per day to supply the residents of Toronto with drinking water. Its average production of drinking water is 355 million litres per day. It is also the newest filtration plant in Toronto....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Exploring the Role of Chemists

- Exploring the Role of Chemists It was Lavoisier who divided the few elements known in the 1700's into four classes, and then John Dalton made atoms even more convincing, suggesting that the mass of an atom was it's most important property. In the nineteenth century Johann Döbereiner was the first to attempt to classify elements using their relative atomic mass. He also identified a number of ‘triads’ in the list of elements then known. Each triad was a set of 3 elements that have similar properties (e.g....   [tags: Papers]

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Light and Photosynthesis

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Photocatalytically Active Nanostructures

- Photocatalytically active nanostructures require a large specific surface area with the presence of many catalytically active sites for the oxidation and reduction half reactions, and fast electron (hole) diffusion and charge separation. Nanowires present suitable architectures to meet these requirements. Axially segmented Ag|ZnO and radially segmented (coaxial) TiO2‐Ag nanowires with a diameter of 200 nm and a length of 6‐20 μm were made by templated electrodeposition within the pores of polycarbonate track‐etched (PCTE) or anodized aluminium oxide (AAO) membranes, respectively....   [tags: electric engineering]

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Compensation of Temperature Effects on Guided Wave Based Structural Health Monitoring Systems

- Compensation of Temperature Effects on Guided Wave Based Structural Health Monitoring Systems Introduction Structural health assessment of structures based on ultrasonic piezoelectric sensors that have the capability to emit and record Lamb waves has developed greatly in recent years. The point has been reached where aerospace manufacturers can acquire complete off the shelf monitoring solutions composed of embeddable sensor networks, acquisition units and necessary software. Pre-established sensor networks can be fitted into composite structures opening the doorway towards permanent health monitoring and remaining service life assessment....   [tags: Temperature, Structures]

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The Production of Methanol and Hydrogen Fuels from MSW

- ... The flow chart in figure?. below is shown the process to produce methanol and hydrogen from the MSW. Figure??: Flowchart of Methanol and Hydrogen Production from MSW (Chen, 1995) The Fuel Production Process: Gasification Gasification process is used to convert MSW into valuable form of energy (methanol and liquid hydrogen ).This process are involved the reaction of carbonaceous feedstock with an oxygen-containing reagent, usually oxygen, air, steam or carbon dioxide at temperatures in excess of 800°C....   [tags: municipal solid waste]

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Taking Care of Outdoor Furniture Care for Winter

- ... Hardwood furniture Hardwood furniture are the most durable. Eucalyptus, cumaru, roble and teak are the most commonly used wood for furniture manufacturing as they contain high levels of natural oils. The natural oils make the furniture naturally weather-resistant and can be left out. The only things you need to do to care for them are the following. At the start of winter, wash the furniture using a brush and soap water once. This process will clean the furniture and remove any unwanted growth on the furniture like algae or lichens....   [tags: tips, hardwood, softwood, plastic, metal]

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The Dome Of The Van De Graaff

- Physics - Assignment 2 Name: Electrostatics 1. The dome of the Van de Graaff has a positive charge. Explain what happens when you stand on a plastic chair and then place your hands on the dome. 1. The generator has a positive charge, so electrons are attracted from Lucy’s body to the generator. 2. Lucy develops a positive charge (she is insulated from earth). 3. Her hairs have a positive charge and like charges repel. 4. The hairs stand up as they try to move away from her head. 2. Tina holds a strip of aluminium foil by its upper end, using a pair of tongs with insulating handles....   [tags: Electric charge, Electricity, Electron]

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