Author Archives: Muhammad Arshad

About Muhammad Arshad

I am graduate engineer from University of the Punjab, Quaid-e-Azam Campus, Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan. I complete my graduate degree in Metallurgy and Materials Engineering in session 2010-2014. Nowadays, I am trying to studying more about my field and searching new stuff which can help in my study and professional life. I hope this site will enhance your knowledge about Metallurgy and Materials Engineering.

Water (Its Volume Expansion Upon Freezing)

Upon freezing (i.e., transforming from a liquid to a solid upon cooling), most substances experience an increase in density (or, correspondingly, a decrease in volume). Advertisements

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Carbonated Beverage Containers

One common item that presents some interesting material property requirements is the container for carbonated beverages.

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Liberty Ship Failures

The following case study illustrates one role that materials scientists and engineers are called upon to assume in the area of materials performance: analyze mechanical failures, determine their causes, and then propose appropriate measures to guard against future incidents.

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