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Tutor profile: Ravi S.

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Ravi S.
Working At Sona Forging
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Subject: Basic Math

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Question:

Express 71/1000 as a decimal

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Ravi S.
Answer:

.0071

Subject: Mechanical Engineering

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What is heat treatment and why is it done?

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Answer:

The heat treatment can be defined as a combination of processes or operations in which the heating and cooling of a metal or alloy are done in order to obtain desirable characteristics without changing the compositions. Some of the motives or purpose of heat treatment are as follows: > In order to improve the hardness of metals. > For the softening of the metal. > In order to improve the machinability of the metal. > To change the grain size. > To provide better resistance to heat, corrosion, wear etc. Heat treatment is generally performed in the following ways: > Normalizing > Annealing > Spheroidising > Hardening > Tempering > Surface or case hardening

Subject: Manufacturing Engineering

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What is Six Sigma?

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Six Sigma is a data-driven methodology and approach for eliminating defects in any process from manufacturing to transnational and from product to service.

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