Do you know that in commercial applications, there are hardly any industries which uses raw metals for their parts. Most of them uses heat treatment process to modify the properties of metal that suits their requirement. So heat treatment is very crucial process in metallurgical industry. Let us learn more about what is heat treatment and what are the types of heat treatment.
Springs are one of the key components of products where motion is involved. Springs stores mechanical energy and release it whenever it is required. Almost every product has springs no a day. Our day to day products like watches, cellphones use different types of springs. So in this article lets talk about different types of springs, its application advantages and disadvantages.
Do you know that if you want to manufacture your parts with tight tolerance, you should go by using ” Regardless of feature size ( RFS) material condition for features? Many of us may not know much about RFS as it is applied by default to all our engineering drawings. Let’s learn more about ” Regardless of feature size” and find out its definition, symbol, application and some examples.
Do you know why a spring compress or expand when you apply force on it? It’s the elastic property and flexibility that helps springs to behave like that. Hooke’s law is based on this theory. Let us know more about Hooke’s law in this article and also learn about Hooke’s law formula, equation and some …
Bulk modulus is one of the key property of materials and fluids to detect how it may behave when it is under pressure from all direction. Let us learn more about what is the bulk modulus, What is the bulk modulus formula and usage. What is Bulk Modulus? When a material or fluid is under …
If you stretch a rubber band, you will notice that up to some extent it will stretch. Once you stop stretching, the rubber band will come to its original shape. That is called elasticity of a materiel. Young’s Modulus is based on that principle. Let’s discuss more about Young’s Modulus in this article and figure out its definition, formula and usage.
Did you notice that when you stretch a rubber band, the width gets noticeably thinner? This is called Poisson’s effect. Passion’s ratio is the measure of that change in width due to the change in length. Let us learn more about Poisson’s Ratio in this article and we will also learn about Poisson’s Ratio Formula.
Do you know that nowadays almost all mechanical design work is done on computers? You can, in fact, build a digital mock-up on a computer. Introduction of computers in mechanical design has brought a revolution. That’s why the term CAD CAM CAE became so popular. So let us learn in this article more about what is CAD CAM CAE and what is the difference between CAD CAM CAE.