## Properties of Fluids: Fluid Properties [PDF]

Properties of fluids determine how fluid may behave in different engineering applications. Based on this engineers can decide which type of fluid they should use. …

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# Material Science

## Properties of Fluids: Fluid Properties [PDF]

## Properties Of Metals: Mechanical, Electrical, Thermal, Chemical Properties [PDF]

## Heat Treatment: Types of Heat Treatment process (PDF)

## Hooke’s Law: Hooke’s Law formula and Equations

## Bulk Modulus: Bulk Modulus formula, definition and examples

## Young’s Modulus: Description, Formula and usage

## What is Poisson’s Ratio: Poisson’s Ratio Formula [PDF]

Properties of fluids determine how fluid may behave in different engineering applications. Based on this engineers can decide which type of fluid they should use. …

As an engineer, it is essential that we should know the basics of the properties of metals. This helps in choosing the right metal for …

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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.

Do you know why a spring compresses or expands when you apply force on it? It’s the elastic property and flexibility that helps springs to …

Bulk modulus is one of the key properties of materials and fluids to detect how it may behave when it is under pressure from all …

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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.