*can you plz post a link to the other journals? I will follow and read all of then *
There are links in my signature for the others, but here they are again for those who can't see them (I know some mobile platforms are a little funny). Ink, Concrete, Glass, Metalworking
Also, things like yeld strengh changes if the temperature changes?
That's a great question, and the answer is absolutely yes! In all pure metals, and almost all alloys, the yield strength will decrease with increasing temperature. (This is why you heat them up to forge them). There are a few superalloys, used in things like jet turbine engines, where the high temperature strength actually increases for a good while before starting to fall off again.
And can you talk about general mineralogy? Since you said general material propriets or you could talk about those general propriets, since it would be a good group of material attributs.
I am planning to write another journal before too long about smelting ore, and I think that this one will have some of the information you're looking for here.
I'm learning about this in one of my mechanical engineering classes that revolves around materials, and I have to say this is very interesting.
Thanks! Hope you enjoy the class- I took an intro to materials course as an undergrad and it changed my life!
I just had to comment to say thanks for the great set of info here. Not only was it easy to understand, but I really enjoyed the little nuggets of information about metals and their influence on the world. Fascinating read.
Thanks! I really enjoy writing these, and it's nice to hear that they're being read and appreciated.