Looking at materials and their working properties
Each of the following learning outcomes apply five key material areas:
1. Papers and boards
2. Natural and manufactured timbers
3. Metals and alloys
Material, properties, absorbency, density, fusibility, electrical conductivity, thermal conductivity, physical / working properties, strength, hardness, toughness, malleability, ductility, elasticity, GSM, microns, hardwood, softwood, deciduous, coniferous, evergreen, felling, veneer, ferrous, non-ferrous, alloy, ore, furnace, Bauxite, electrolysis, ferrous, ferrite, carbon, additive, oxidise, Verdigris, patina, galvanise, thermoforming, thermosetting, polymer, VOCs, yarn, warp, weft, selvedge, plain weave.
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