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    Materials Used for the Engine Block The engine is the single most important part of the automobile. Without it‚ the car simply will not move. It is important that the cylinder or engine block is built to withstand the high temperatures and pressures that are put into it and it is equally important that the engine block is built to last. Over the years‚ materials used for making engine blocks have changed and materials sciences have matured enough to find the best possible materials to build engine

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    cans(displayed by the blue section of pie). Cans can either be very good for the environment‚ or they can cause great harm‚ depending on how they are disposed of. If these cans are recycled (as they are recyclable) they can improve the environment by cutting down on waste and lessening the demand for more materials to make more cans. If these cans are simply thrown away‚ they will most likely end up in a landfill somewhere. Landfills are harmful to the environment and cause unpleasant gasses‚ one example is

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    throughout the campus: 1. Littering inside the campus premises should be avoided by all the students. 2. There will be trash bins for non-biodegradable‚ biodegradable‚ and recyclable materials. These trash bins will be color coded. Red trash bins are for non-biodegradable‚ black for biodegradable‚ and green for recyclables. 3. There will be stewards for the day. They have to perform the tasks assigned to them. 4. Each classroom will allocate an area where to put used papers so as not to crumple

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    Bottle water is everywhere. Americans are drinking bottled water like never before. Every second of everyday in the US‚ a thousand people buy and open up a plastic bottle & every second a thousand of plastic bottle are thrown away. According to Sandra Alters in Water: no longer for granted 85 million bottles are consumed a day. So there come a lot of questions in my head: Why do we buy bottle water? Where is the source of water? Where these plastic bottles go when we throw them away? Today‚ I want

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    common type of steel. Steel is made by combining iron with other metals. Stainless steel is used in building parts‚ cooking pots and pans‚ cutlery and surgical equipment. It is also used in aircraft and automobiles. Stainless steel is also 100% recyclable. * Iron (III) chloride is a very important compound. It is used in the treatment of sewage‚ as a dye for cloth‚ as a coloring agent for paint‚ an additive in animal feed‚ an in the manufacture of printed circuit boards. * Iron (II) sulfate

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    soil. This kind of waste cannot be naturally dissolved into the land. Some of the most common non biodegradable products are plastic bags and bottles‚ tin cans and even computer hardware. As we become more technologically advanced‚ we produce materials that can withstand extreme temperatures‚ are durable and easy to use. Plastic bags‚ synthetics‚ plastic bottles‚ tin cans‚ and computer hardware- these are some of the things that make life easy for us. But what we forget is that these advanced

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    PROPERTIES AND APPLICATIONS OF ENGINEERING MATERIALS ASSIGNMENT 1: Structures and Properties of Engineering Materials. Special attention should be paid to the Grading Criteria‚ as this will influence the way you answer each of the tasks. For each question all tasks need to be answered correctly to achieve the relevant criteria. Question 1: (P1) With the aid of clear‚ annotated diagrams‚ describe the structure associated with the following engineering materials: - a) Iron at room temperature. To

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    Tips to go Green Buy products made of recycled content materials. Report scavengers‚ who take recyclables from county curbside recycling bins. It is against the law for any unauthorized person to take items from curbside bins‚ and those who do are robbing counties of the revenue from recyclables that helps pay for curbside programs. Have a garage sale. Other people may be able to reuse your old stuff‚ so it doesn’t have to be thrown away. Start a compost pile to recycle leftover food like bread scraps

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    My target market from a selling point is local scrap yards and from a purchasing point anyone who may have scrap metal‚ which could be anyone from governments officials to single mothers. My strategy is to use my knowledge of scrap metal and recyclable materials assist me in the purchasing‚ sorting and selling of scrap metal as well as the physical resources I already have such as a truck‚ trailer and other odd tools used for processing different types of metals. A “SWOT” analysis will help my business

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    Recycling “Weird” Glass Glass is used in pretty much every aspect of our life‚ for example car mirrors‚ cameras‚ phones‚ TV’s…etc. As proven by various sources glass is a vital material in a lot of the items we use today. Glass is used as well in bottles‚ and art‚ where in that case not only clear glass is used but is dyed in many colours. Since creation of this medieval product glass has supplied plethora of homes‚ and businesses with the comfort of sunlight‚ and being able to see through‚ without

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