THE DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF BURGLARY PROOF. A RESEARCH PROJECT MATERIAL ON MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
Protector design is the joining of metals of pipes of the same diameter. Sizes together in a compound pattern in order to give adequate protection to a place. Protection of life and property has been a great cause for alarm to people. It is because people do not want unwanted visitors into their homes. In order to remedy this situation, people concluded to use metal burglary proofs protector in their various homes, metal protections have gained wide acceptances in school factories, homes etc. They provide solid protection for windows and door and it also serves to decorate the building. This project will also use the theory, procedure and design analysis of the moral protector window.
1. It aimed so much at enlightening students especially those in engineering field such as civil and mechanical engineering in areas of construction as regards to their profession.
2. It provides a workshop model of a true metal protector and economics of material, labour and procedures.
3. It also help the student to-be salt reliance hide pendent as well as even when they are out of school.
The scope of this project is to select the best materials draw and design and also construct it
2.1 LITERATURE REVIEW
Franklin D. Jones (2007) defines metal as solid materials that are typically hard, shinny, malleable, feasible, and ductile, with a good electrical and thermal conductivity: Some metals, forms barrier layer of oxide on their surfaces which cannot be penetrated by further oxygen molecules and they retain their shinny appearances and good conductivity for many decades e.g. Aluminum, Magnesium, and steels which are titanium.
Ranrah Shah (2002) defined metal as a substance that has a brighter luster and is good conductor of electricity. Metals have varying degree of hardness, density / malleability and ductility (being malleable) to be roll out and hammered. Ductility has to do with being drawn out into Wire. Porter Catherine (2011) also said that a metal has a definite melting point and will fuse with other metals to form alloys with the exception of mercury. All metals are solid at ordinary temperature.
Some metals are found in pure state, but most of them are found in combination with other elements these metals are in the form of sulphides, oxides, carbonates and silicate, usually mixed with rock and earthly materials. Some of the common metals found in combination ores are lead, zinc, iron, copper, chromium, nickel and mercury. Some metals are so rare hat tons of ore must be treated to get even a small amount of poured metal, radium is one of these. The
Properties those are undesirable. This why, most of the commonly used today are either alloys or compounds.