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M ATERIALS SELECTION Practical workshops: Session 1 Henri-Michel Montrieux
C ONTENT Introduction Materials Selection for Bicycles Materials Selection for Springs Materials Selection for Car Radiator Materials Selection for Springs Starting with CES
I NTRODUCTION (Fracture) Toughness IS Unit? Physical aspect? Lower value of Kc?
Consequence What are materials with the best Kc/Re and Kc²/Re ratio? When do we use respectively Kc/E and Kc²/E ?
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M ATERIALS SELECTION FOR CAR RADIATORS Objective: Minimise mass MaterialCopperAluminiu m Magnesiu m Low alloy steel Thermal conductivity (W/mK) Density (kg/m³) M
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