Which crystalline structure is a common structure of metals?

Which crystalline structure is a common structure of metals? Most metals and alloys crystallize in one of three very common structures: body-centered cubic (bcc), hexagonal close packed (hcp), or cubic close packed (ccp, also called face centered cubic, fcc). What are the three most common metal crystal structures? Common Crystal Structures Three crystal structures favored […]

What does a higher factor of safety mean?

What does a higher factor of safety mean? Factor of safety (FoS) is ability of a system’s structural capacity to be viable beyond its expected or actual loads. If the consequences of failure are significant, such as loss of life, personal harm or property loss, a higher FoS is likely to be required by design […]

How hot do hot water pipes get?

How hot do hot water pipes get? 140 degrees Fahrenheit Will turning up water heater make hot water last longer? Turning up the heat at the water heater causes hotter water to go to the hot tap. This makes the perceived hot water in your tank last longer. However, turning up the temperature will cost […]

What are the parts of a roller coaster?

What are the parts of a roller coaster? Common elements Banked turn. Brake run. Buzz bars. Drive tire. Headchopper. Helix. Launch track. Lift hill. What holds up a roller coaster? The track and lift chain on both wooden and steel coasters are made of steel, and the cars usually have steel axles and substructures. The […]

What is an internally reversible process?

What is an internally reversible process? A process is internally reversible if no irreversibilities occur within the boundaries of the system during the process. A process is totally reversible if no irreversibilities occur within the systems or its surroundings during the process. The Carnot cycle is a cycle in which each of its processes is […]

Which is better V8 or V12?

Which is better V8 or V12? V8 engines are smaller than V12 engines, making them a more efficient choice when space in a vehicle is limited. V8 engines also offer better fuel economy over V12 engines as they consume less gas due to having fewer cylinders than a V12. Why is a V8 engine faster […]

What are the four classifications of composite?

What are the four classifications of composite? Composites are usually classified by the type of material used for the matrix. The four pri- mary categories of composites are polymer matrix composites (PMCs), metal matrix compos- ites (MMCs), ceramic matrix composites (CMCs), and carbon matrix composites (CAMCs). Which of the following composites are dispersion strengthened composites? […]

How are producers and consumers similar?

How are producers and consumers similar? -Producers always start every food chain. A consumer, also called a heterotroph, is an organism that cannot make its own food. It must eat producers or other organisms for energy. -Plants or producers with the help of carbon dioxide and sunlight, synthesize food. How can a producer also be […]

What is the relationship between hardness and toughness?

What is the relationship between hardness and toughness? Hardness: Hardness is the resistance to scratching, cutting or abrasion. Toughness: Toughness is the resistance to fracturing and this quality depends on the maximum energy that can be absorbed before fracturing. What is the difference between toughness and fracture toughness? Generally Toughness is the ability of material […]

What is work and its unit?

What is work and its unit? The SI unit of work is joule (J). Joule is defined as the work done by a force of one newton causing a displacement of one meter. Sometimes, newton-metre (N-m) is also used for measuring work. How do I sum time duration in Excel? HOW TO ADD TIME IN […]

How do you solve a bounded buffer?

How do you solve a bounded buffer? Assume that there are n buffers, each capable of holding a single item. We use three semaphores: empty and full to count the empty and full buffers and mutex to provide mutual exclusion for operations on the buffer pool. How many buffers are there in bounded buffer problem? […]

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