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Technological Institute of the Philippines Material Science and Engineering Final Exam

Name

Date

Section

Instructor Engr. Arpelio A. Bernardo

Direction:

Write the letter that corresponds to the correct answer.

1.

The bonding between metal and non-metal

 

a.

covalent

b.

ionic

c.

dative

d. sigma

2.

The term used when the same atom can have more than one crystal structure.

a.

allotropic

b.

allostrism

c.

polytropic

d. polymorphism

3.

It is a fraction of a unit cell that is occupied by hard sphere atoms.

 

a. atomic packing factor

c.

volume of atoms in a unit cell

b. percent ionic character

d.

volume of the unit cell

4.

These defects in solids are produced by the solidification process, change in crystal

orientation across an impede dislocation motion.

 

a. point defects

 

c.

area defects

b. line defects

d.

no defects

5.

The energy required to break a unit volume of material

 

a.

brittleness

b.

ductility

c.

hardness

d.

toughness

6.

The phenomenon by which materials assert an attractive or repulsive force or influenced on other materials.

a. electrical property

 

c.

mechanical property

 

b. magnetism

 

d.

thermal property

7.

It means permanent deformation.

 

a.

elastic

b.

plastic

c.

synthetic

d.

amorphic

8.

It is an imperfection in solids which is characterized by “extra” atoms positioned between atomic sites.

a. interstitial defect

 

c.

substitutional defect

 

b. plane defect

 

d.

vacancy defect

9.

The electrical conductivity of aluminum wire is 3.8 x 10 7 /-m. Compute the resistance of an aluminum wire 5 mm in diameter and 5 m long.

a. 6.7 x 10 -3

 

c.

7.6 x 10 -3

b. 6.7 x 10 -5

d.

7.6 x 10 -5

10.

It states that stress is directly proportional to strain.

 

11.

c. Which among the type of materials is the densiest?

a.

Fick’s Law

b.

Hooke’s Law

Poisson Law

d.

Ohm’s Law

a.

ceramics

b.

composites

c.

metals

d.

wood

12.

How does temperature influence the resistivity of materials?

 

a.

the resistivity increases with the rise in temperature

b.

the resistivity decreases with rise in temperature

c.

the resistivity increases with lowering of temperature

d.

the resistivity in not influenced by the change in temperature

 

13.

Silicon in computer chips is an example of what type of solid material?

a.

biomaterial

b. ceramics

c.

composite

d.

semiconductor

14.

The resistance to permanently indenting the surface.

 

a.

brittleness

b.

ductility

c.

hardness

d.

toughness

15.

Single crystal that vary with direction. a. anisotropic b. isentropic c. isotropic d. polytropic

16.

This is a size-independent measure of load.

 

a. elasticity

b.

strain

c.

stress

d.

yield

17.

What is the property of solid material exhibited by a polished metal?

a.

electrical

b.

magnetic

c.

optical

d.

thermal

18.

It produces plastic deformation depending on incrementally breaking of bonds.

a. dislocation motion

 

c.

hardening of materials

b. solid solution

d.

diffusion across materials

19.

Copper wire which has an area of 2.9 x 10 -4 m 2 is pulled in tension with 44,500 N force, producing only elastic deformation. Calculate the resulting strain if the modulus of elasticity is 110 x 10 3 MPa.

a. 0.01390

b.

0.00139

c.

0.03190

d.

0.00319

20.

The metallic structure that has a cubic unit cell with atoms located at all eight corners and a single atom at the cube center.

a. BCC

b.

FCC

c. HCP

d.

SCC

21.

It involves the investigation of the relationship between the structure and properties of

materials.

 

a.

material engineering

c.

material processing

 

b.

material science

 

d.

material structure

22.

It is the state that exists when there are equal number of positive and negative charges

from the ions.

 

23.

electroporosity b. electronegativity The plastic strain at failure.

a.

 

c. electroneutrality

d. electropositivity

a. brittleness

b.

ductility

c.

hardness

d.

toughness

24.

Structure wherein atoms are located at each corners and centers of all cube face.

a. BCC

b.

FCC

c. HCP

d.

SCC

25.

Which of the following is NOT true?

 

a.

grain boundaries are barrier to slip

b.

barrier strength increases with misorientation

 

c.

smaller grain size, more barriers to slip

 

d.

less barrier when the size of the grains are bigger

 

26.

This is a permanent deformation behavior occurs when the tensile (or compressive)

uniaxial stress reaches y .

 

a.

amorphic

b. elastic

c.

plastic

d.

metallic

27.

Materials that are utilized in high technology (or high tech) applications.

a. advanced materials

c.

composite materials

 

b. biomaterials

 

d.

semiconductors

28.

Alloying is an example of

 

a.

cold work

b. precipitation

c.

solid solution

d.

size reduction

29.

The ability of material to resist the passage of electrical current.

a.

conductivity

c.

resistivity

b.

electricity

d.

emissivity

30.

This reversible behavior of metals often shows linear relation between stress and strain.

31.

a. elastic b. plastic Diffusion is slower for

c.

ductility

d.

toughness

a.

open crystal structures

c.

lower density materials

b.

smaller diffusing atoms

d.

close packed materials

32.

Thought of as being formed by a shear stress that is applied to produce a distortion as a

result of the shift of the upper front region of the crystal one atomic distance to the right relative to the bottom portion?

a. grain boundaries

 

c.

screw dislocation

b. edge dislocation

d.

incremental slip

33.

Structure defect with a cation-vacancy and a cation-interstitial pair?

a.

Frenkel defect

b. Fick’s defect

c.

Schottky defect

d.

none of the above

34.

Which among the following will minimize the deformation?

 

a.

large impurities

 

c.

large modulus of elasticity

b.

large size of the grain

d.

large spaces between molecules

35.

The size-independent measure of displacement.

 

a. elasticity

b. strain

c.

stress

d.

yield

36.

Materials in which atoms are situated in a repeating or periodic array over large atomic

distances.

 

a. amorphous

b.

crystalline

c.

coarse

d.

fine

37.

A cylindrical metal specimen having an original diameter of 12.8 mm and gauge length of 50.80 mm is pulled in tension with fracture occurs. The diameter at the point of fracture is 6.60 mm and the fracture gauge length is 72.14 mm. What is the percent

ductility in terms of percent elongation?

 

a.

32 %

b.

35 %

c.

42 %

d.

45 %

38.

Conduction in which the electrical behavior is based on the electronic structure inherent to the pure material.

a. extensive conduction

c.

extrinsic conduction

 

b. intensive conduction

d.

intrinsic conduction

39.

It refers to polycrystals with randomly oriented grains. a. anistropic b. isentropic c. isotropic

d.

polytropic

40.

Determine the % ionic character of TiO 2 where 1.5 and 3.5 electronegativity of Ti and O 2 ,

respectively.

 

a. 33.36 %

b.

53.64 %

c.

63.21 %

d.

73.42 %

41.

A specimen subject to forces will experience deformation. What type of property is exhibited by the material?

a.

chemical

b. deteriorative

c.

electrical

d.

mechanical

42.

The electrical conductivity of aluminium is 3.8 x 10 7 /-m. What would be the current density of an aluminium wire 5 mm in diameter and 5 m long if the potential drop across the ends of the wire is 0.04 V?

a. 3.04 x 10 3 A/m 2

 

c.

5.03 x 10 3 A/m 2

b. 3.04 x 10 5 A/m 2

d.

5.03 x 10 5 A/m 2

43.

Which among the following is an example of a composite materials?

a.

fiber glass

b.

plastic cup

c.

rubber tubing

d.

wooden spoon

44.

Which among the four components of material science and engineering is exhibited by transparent disc A, translucent disc B, and opaque disc C?

a. processing

b. structure

c.

properties

d.

performance

45.

These defects in solids are produced by the solidification process, change in crystals orientation across and impede dislocation motion.

a.

area defects

b. line defects

c.

point defects

d.

vacancy defects

46.

The time dependent elastic behaviour?

 

a.

anelasticity

b. plasticity

c.

embrittlement

d. resilience

47.

Compute the strain hardening exponent n for an alloy in which a true stress of 415 MPa produces a true strain of 0.10. Assume a value of 1035 MPa for k.

a.

0.0286

b. 0.0397

c.

0.286

d.

0.397

48.

The amount of current per unit area.

 

a. current density

 

c.

resistivity

b. electric field intensity

d.

semi-conductivity

 

49.

It refers to designing a process to suit materials to give predetermined set of properties.

a. material processing

 

c.

material science

 

b. material engineering

d.

material performance

50.

A tensile stress is to applied along the long axis of a cylindrical brass rod that has a diameter of 10 mm. Determine the magnitude of the load required to produce a 2.5 x 10-

3 mm change in diameter if the deformation is entirely elastic = 0.34, E = 97 GPa.

a. 340 N

b.

450 N

c.

560 N

d.

670 N

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