Our 1000+ Materials Science questions and answers focuses on all areas of Materials Science subject covering 100+ topics in Materials Science. These topics are chosen from a collection of most authoritative and best reference books on Materials Science. One should spend 1 hour daily for 2-3 months to learn and assimilate Materials Science comprehensively. This way of systematic learning will prepare anyone easily towards Materials Science interviews, online tests, examinations and certifications.
– 1000+ Multiple Choice Questions & Answers in Materials Science with explanations.
– Every MCQ set focuses on a specific topic in Materials Science Subject.
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Here’s list of Questions & Answers on Materials Science Subject covering 100+ topics:
1. Atomic Structure and Interatomic Bonding
The section contains questions and answers on materials classification, atomic structure terminology, atomic models, atomic bonding in solids and elements periodic table.
Classification of Materials
Atomic Structure Terminology
Atomic Bondings in Solids
Periodic Table of Elements
2. The Structure of Crystalline Solids
The section contains questions on crystals properties, bravais lattices, fcc 7 hcp metallic crystals, crystallographic directions, braggs law and amorphous solids.
Properties of Crystals
FCC and HCP Metallic Crystals
Crystallographic Directions and Planes
3. Imperfections in Solids
The section contains questions and answers on crystallographic defects classification, point and linear defects, interfacial defects and microscopic examination.
Classification of Crystallographic Defects
The section contains questions on diffusion mechanisms, influential factors, steady and non-steady state diffusion.
Diffusion Mechanisms – 1
Diffusion Mechanisms – 2
Steady State Diffusion
Non-steady State Diffusion
5. Mechanical Properties of Metals
The section contains questions on stress and strain, tension and compression tests, torsional tests, stress transformation, mechanical properties, design and safety factors.
Stress and Strain
Tension and Compression Tests
Various Mechanical Properties
Design and Safety Factors
6. Dislocations and Strengthening Mechanisms
The section contains questions on dislocations concept, lattice strain, slip systems, strengthening mechanisms, recovery and grain growth.
Concept of Dislocations
Recovery, Recrystallization, and Grain Growth
The section contains questions and answers on failure fundamentals, ductile and brittle fracture, fracture mechanics, fatigue, fraacture tests, creep and high temperature alloys.
Fundamentals of Failure
Impact Fracture Tests
High Temperature Alloys
8. Phase Diagrams
The section contains questions and answers on phase diagrams, unary and binary phase diagrams, eutectic systems, eutectoid and peritectic reactions, gibbs phase rule and iron carbon systems.
Basic Concepts of Phase Diagrams
Unary Phase Diagrams
Binary Phase Diagrams
Eutectoid and Peritectic Reactions
Gibbs Phase Rule
9. Phase Transformations in Metals
The section contains questions on phase transformations in kinetics and iron carbon systems, time temperature transformation curves, iron carbon alloys and cooling transformation diagrams.
Phase Transformation Kinetics
Phase Transformations in Iron-Carbon Systems
Time Temperature Transformation Curves
Continuous Cooling Transformation Diagrams
Mechanical Behavior of Iron-Carbon Alloys
10. Applications and Processing of Metal Alloys
The section contains questions and answers on metal alloys types, steels, cast irons, non ferrous alloys, steels heat treatment, metal fabrication and thermal processing techniques.
Types of Metal Alloys
Metal Fabrication Techniques
Thermal Processing Techniques
Heat Treatment of Steels
11. Structures and Properties of Ceramics
The section contains questions on ceramics crystal structure, silicate ceramics, carbon, ceramics phase diagrams, stress strain behavior and ceramics fractures.
Crystal Structure of Ceramics
Imperfection in Ceramics
Phase Diagrams of Ceramics
Stress-Strain Behavior in Ceramics
Fractures in Ceramics
12. Applications and Processing of Ceramics
The section contains questions on ceramics types, glass ceramics, refractories, clay products, cements and advanced ceramics.
Types of Ceramics
13. Polymer Structures
The section contains questions on hydrocarbons, polymer molecules, polymers classification and molecular weight, polymer crystals, polymer defects and polymeric materials diffusion.
Classification of Polymers
Molecular Weight of Polymers
Defects in Polymers
Diffusion in Polymeric Materials
14. Characteristics, Applications and Processing of Polymers
The sections covers questions on stress strain behavior, viscoelastic deformation, polymers fractures, glass transition, commercially polymers, advanced polymeric materials, polymerization techniques, fabrication and forming of polymers.
Stress Strain Behavior in Polymers
Viscoelastic Deformation in Polymers
Mechanisms of Deformation and Strengthening of Polymers
Fracture in Polymers
Commercially Important Polymers
Advanced Polymeric Materials
Fabrication and Forming of Polymers
15. Composites, Corrosion and Degradation of Materials
The sections covers questions on combined action principle, particle reinforced composites, fiber reinforced polymers, structural composites, corrosion chemistry, corrosion forms, rate and prevention.
Principle of Combined Action
Particle Reinforced Composites
Fiber Reinforced Polymers
Chemistry of Corrosion
Forms of Corrosion
Rate of Corrosion
Prevention of Corrosion
16. Electrical and Thermal Properties
The sections covers questions on electrical conduction, semiconductivity, dielectric behavior, semiconductor devices, ceramics and polymers electrical properties, heat capacity, thermal conductivity, thermal expansion and stresses.
Electrical Conduction in Solids
Electrical Properties of Ceramics and Polymers
17. Magnetic and Optical Properties
The sections covers questions on magnetism and its forms, hard and soft magnetic materials, hysteresis, magnetic storage, superconductivity, electromagnetic radiation, light interaction with solids and optical phenomena applications.
Basic Concepts of Magnetism
Forms of Magnetism
Hard and Soft Magnetic Materials
Interaction of Light with Solids
Application of Optical Phenomena
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