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  1. About UsMechanical Base is a very extensive website that includes very useful contents and services about mechanical and materials engineering disciplines. We intended to build this website upon these principles. All the contents and services is provided by us, according to our abilities in various kinds of engineering topics. We have a goal to make Mechanical Base the biggest assistant of mechanical and materials engineers, actually not only engineers, all the people that interested in these areas. So we working and ‘producing’ in this goal. Mechanical BaseSo we are very interested in our visitor. If you are visiting the Mechanical Base, we are keenly expecting your interaction with us. Because the topics of Mechanical Base needs profession. So meeting or interacting with people that has this profession from all over the world, excites us!Mail us, call us, comment us… Whatever you want!Who Are We?Actually we are not a very big team. We are only a two of engineer friends based in Turkey. As you understand from the system that we built, we are very keen on these engineering topics. As we stated above, our biggest motivation is the interacting with other people from the whole world in this topic!We have lots of projects to do in Mechanical Base. Every passing day, we produce a lots of ideas to apply in Mechanical Base in the future. This means that the Mechanical Base will be the biggest in its area.Maybe you have an other idea to apply with us… Meybe you can be the part of the our Mechanical Base team… Maybe you can ‘produce’ with us in Mechanical Base…As we said above,Mail us, call us, comment us… Whatever you want!Greetings from Turkey, we love our visitors!Follow Us In Every Social MediaInstagram: /mechanicalbaseviralPinterest: /mechanicalbaseSite : mechanicalbase.comUseful Links About Various CAD, CAM, CAE Softwares From MechanicalBaseThese links are very useful links to download and install various versions of Autocad, ANSYS, Solidworks, Siemens NX and Matlab. You can find information about how to download and install them to your computer. Also there are very useful informations about their system requirements.The given links below are very useful links that you can learn and apply how to download and install these producs. We wanted to share them with you;AutoCAD 2017; https://mechanicalbase.com/how-to-download-autocad-2017-illustrated-explanation/AutoCAD 2018; https://mechanicalbase.com/how-to-download-autocad-2018/AutoCAD 2019; https://mechanicalbase.com/download-and-install-autocad-2019/AutoCAD 2020; https://mechanicalbase.com/download-and-install-autocad-2020/AutoCAD 2021; https://mechanicalbase.com/download-and-install-autocad-2021/ANSYS R16; https://mechanicalbase.com/ansys-r16-download-and-install/ANSYS R17; https://mechanicalbase.com/ansys-r17-download-and-install-illustrated/ANSYS R18; https://mechanicalbase.com/ansys-r18-download-and-install/ANSYS R19; https://mechanicalbase.com/ansys-r19-download-and-install-illustrated/ANSYS R20; https://mechanicalbase.com/ansys-r20-download-and-install/Solidworks 2017; https://mechanicalbase.com/download-and-install-solidworks-2017/Solidworks 2018; https://mechanicalbase.com/download-and-install-solidworks-2018/Solidworks 2019; https://mechanicalbase.com/download-and-install-solidworks-2019/Solidworks 2020; https://mechanicalbase.com/download-and-install-solidworks-2020/Solidworks 2021; https://mechanicalbase.com/download-and-install-solidworks-2021/MatLab R2017; https://mechanicalbase.com/matlab-2017-download-and-installation/MatLab R2018; https://mechanicalbase.com/matlab-2018-download-and-installation/MatLab R2019; https://mechanicalbase.com/matlab-2019-download-and-install/MatLab R2020; https://mechanicalbase.com/matlab-2020-download-and-install/Siemens NX 8; https://mechanicalbase.com/siemens-nx-8-download-and-installation/Siemens NX 9; https://mechanicalbase.com/siemens-nx-9-download-and-install/Siemens NX 10; https://mechanicalbase.com/siemens-nx-10-download-and-install/Siemens NX 11; https://mechanicalbase.com/siemens-nx-11-download-and-installation/Siemens NX 12; https://mechanicalbase.com/siemens-nx-12-download-and-install/You can select the version according yo your computational system or according to your goal to use the related version of related product.Also you can learn how to use these engineering sofwares from lots of Mechanical Base articles. Visit the main page and click on what you want to learn on mechanicalbase.com!
  2. Crystalline materials are explained in Mechanical Base that they have much more packed and regular structures when they are solidifed. But when the crystalline materials are melted, this packed structure is lost. In this phase, there are no regular arrangements between atoms or molecules. In this article, we will explain the materials have this irregular arrangement of atoms even in solid phase, called amorphous(non-crystalline) materials. What Is Amorphous Materials And What Are The Characteristics Of Them? Difference of amorphous microstructure The main difference between the amorphous materials and crystalline materials is the regular and packed arrangement in solid state. In amorphous materials, there is no regular and packed arrangement between atoms and molecules. Also there is a great difference between in the phase transition characteristics between the amorphous materials and the crystalline materials. In crystalline materials, phase change between the solid and liquid state is abrupt. There is a specific temperature for this phase transition for crystalline materials. Molecules or atoms tranfer abruptly from regular-packed solid arrangement to irregular unpacked liquid arrangement or vice versa at melting temperature. But in non-crystalline materials, there is no abrupt change in physical state of material such as fully liquid or fully solid. There is a very slow transition between these fully solid or fully liquid states of amorphous material. For example, glass is a very good example for amorphous materials, transition of glass from solid state to the liquid state is not a abrupt process. Glass liquifies slowly, in the starting of liquification, the viscosity is very high. This transition state of glass or amorphous materials is called as ‘supercooled state’. After a certain time of heat tranfer to the glass, there will a phase change to the fully liquid state. The temperature that this change occurs called ‘glass transition temperature’ for amorphous materials. The generaly characteristic differences between the non-crystalline materials and the crystalline materials are like above. Certain plastics and glass are very good examples of amorphous materials. Leave your comments and questions below about amorphous materials! Source : https://mechanicalbase.com/non-crystalline-materials-and-their-features/ You may also be interested in; - Brinell Hardness Test On Engineering Materials - Stress-Strain Relationships In Engineering Materials - ll Types Of Stress-Strain Relationships In Materials and... Useful Links About Various CAD, CAM, CAE Softwares From MechanicalBase
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