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IMPACT BEHAVIOUR OF LOW CARBON STEEL IN TEMPERATURE RANGE BETWEEN -20˚C AND 50˚C

NUR AMANINA BT MOHD FADZIL
(2008282124)

A final year project submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirement for the award of Bachelor Engineering (Hons) Mechanical

Faculty of Mechanical Engineering
Universiti Teknologi MARA (UiTM)

MAY 2011

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

With the name of Allah the Merficul and the Benevolent
First of all, I would like to thank to Allah S.W.T for His Blessings and opportunity given to me in completing this project. The author would like to acknowledge with gratefulness and was fortunate to be able to obtain the assistance rendered by supervisor Mr. Mohd Shahriman Bin Adenan for his supervision, guidance and comment in this project. This report represents a total one year effort. It could not be finish without the help of lecturers, technicians and friends. I would like to thank Associate Professor Dr.Esa Haruman which is my first final year project supervisor that gave a lot of help in beginning this project. Special appreciation to all technicians of Mechanical Engineering workshop, Strength of Material Lab, Heat Treatmant Lab and Material Science Lab which is lead by Mr.Rahimi, Mr.Mohamad Tolha, Mr.Azrif, Mr.Norazman, Mr.Alif and Mr.Hairi for their willingness to guide and help me to finish to do my experiment using all available equipments and facilities. Not to forget, special thanks to my beloved parents and the whole family who were there besides me when I needed the most especially for their encouragement and motivations during the period of study in Universiti Teknologi Mara, Shah Alam.

ABSTRACT

Low carbon steel has low carbon content which make it more malleable compared to other type of steels. The objectives of this experiment are to investigate impact behaviour of low carbon steel such as impact energy, fracture surface, microstructure and Vickers hardness test in the temperature range of -20°C and 50°C by using Charpy...
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