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Deformation (engineering): Quiz

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Question 1: In ________, deformation is a change in the shape or size of an object due to an applied force.
Ceramic engineeringMetallurgyPharmacologyMaterials science

Question 2: The concept of a ________ can be applied if the deformation is negligible.
ForceClassical mechanicsRigid bodyRigid body dynamics

Question 3: Soft thermoplastics and conventional metals have moderate elastic deformation ranges, while ________, crystals, and hard thermosetting plastics undergo almost no elastic deformation.
Ceramic materialsCeramic engineeringCeramicSolid

Question 4: One material with a large plastic deformation range is wet ________, which can be stretched dozens of times its original length.
XylitolSugar substituteChewing gumAspartame

Question 5: A larger applied force may lead to a permanent deformation of the object or even to its ________.
Creep (deformation)Fatigue (material)CorrosionStructural failure

Question 6: ________ does, too, but not cast iron.
Stainless steelCarbon steelSteelWrought iron

Question 7: Soft thermoplastics have a rather large plastic deformation range as do ductile metals such as ________, silver, and gold.
PlatinumCopperPalladiumRhodium

Question 8: Elastomers and ________ metals such as Nitinol exhibit large elastic deformation ranges.
IronSteelAluminiumShape memory alloy

Question 9: This can be a result of tensile (pulling) forces, compressive (pushing) forces, shear, ________ or torsion (twisting).
BendingStress (mechanics)Beam (structure)Euler–Bernoulli beam equation







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