Flashcards in Key Terms Deck (15):
The qualities in a material must posses in order to be fit for purpose e.g. The correct weight, grade, size.
The materials reaction to physical forces e.g. Strength, plasticity, ductility, hardness, brittleness, malleability.
The quality of being usable for a particular purpose or in a special way; relevance.
Qualities and features favourable to success or failure.
A description of the systematic series of actions needed to produce something.
How a material is made up
Recognisable features that help to identify or differentiate one process from another.
Action required before a process can begin.
The process of manufacture
The general idea behind the use of quality assurance systems.
The distinct reasons for health and safety legislation.
Effects felt as a result of mans intervention/modern systems.
Raw materials for processing.
The duty and obligations of developed countries.