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Session:07

Session:07

Session:07. Measurement of FORCE and STRAIN. By D.Kalyan Asst.Professor. STUDENT OUTCOME. Able to understand the parameters Able to define and represent with units Understand the conventional methods to measure. Learn a specific instrument to measure. FORCE.

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The earth, ca. 1800

The earth, ca. 1800

The earth, ca. 1800. Nevil Maskelyne and the Schiehallion experiment (1774). Schiehallion (‘Sidh Chailleann’) Scotland. Nevil Maskelyne doing his impression of Ben Franklin. d. . F. M s. m . g. F = m . g . tan(  ) = G . m . M s /d 2.

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Spider Silk

Spider Silk

Spider Silk. Dawson Bausman March 28, 2002. Variations Golden Orb Web Weaver. Spider Silk. Where does it come from? What is it? What are its advantageous properties? How can it be mass produced? What are the applications?. Where does it come from?. The seven glands are:

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Four Point Bending

Four Point Bending

Four Point Bending. Other Types of Bending. Bending by Eccentric Loading. Cantilever Bending. Various Boundary Conditions of Beams. Features of Beam Deformation. Neutral Plane and Axis of Symmetry. Assumptions for Beam Theory. Kirchhoff Hypotheses--- The cross-sections remain

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The Young Modulus

The Young Modulus

The Young Modulus. Objectives: Define and use the terms stress, strain and Young Modulus Describe an experiment to determine the Young Modulus of a metal wire. The Young Moduls. How elastic or stiff a material is. Example Steel cables over 1 m in diameter support a suspension bridge.

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QUALITY OF MEASUREMENT PART 2

QUALITY OF MEASUREMENT PART 2

QUALITY OF MEASUREMENT PART 2. UNCERTAINTIES What are they? How do you quote them? How do you find them?. UNCERTAINTY is NOT an ERROR. It is inherent in any measurement. RULE 1. Decide on the most uncertain measurement. ESTIMATE the uncertainty in this measurement. Rule 2.

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CKY IB Design Technology

CKY IB Design Technology

Name: _______________________ Class: ________ HL Topic 9 Structures. CKY IB Design Technology. Assessment Criteria – Research (R) and Development ( D ) Due: June 26 th 2012. IA: Bridging the gap.

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Stress – Strain Relationships Credit: Modified from: http://faculty.ksu.edu.sa/11843/phy%20102/(elasticity).ppt

Stress – Strain Relationships Credit: Modified from: http://faculty.ksu.edu.sa/11843/phy%20102/(elasticity).ppt

Stress – Strain Relationships Credit: Modified from: http://faculty.ksu.edu.sa/11843/phy%20102/(elasticity).ppt. All objects are deformable. It is possible to change the shape or the size of an object by applying external forces. However, internal forces in the object resist deformation.

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5 LOOKING INSIDE MATERIALS Determining atomic and molecular dimensions

5 LOOKING INSIDE MATERIALS Determining atomic and molecular dimensions

5 LOOKING INSIDE MATERIALS Determining atomic and molecular dimensions. Explain how an STM, AFM and SEM work Determine resolution, magnification and atomic dimensions from microscope data Estimate molecular size from experimental data. Space shuttle tile SEM 2000x.

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Work and power Mass Moment of inertia Stresses and Strain Lecture #2

Work and power Mass Moment of inertia Stresses and Strain Lecture #2

Work and power Mass Moment of inertia Stresses and Strain Lecture #2 Course Name : DESIGN OF MACHINE ELEMENTS Course Number: MET 214. Work and power In order to establish the links that exists between the design of machine elements and dynamics and/or

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Nonlinear Interval Finite Elements for Structural Mechanics Problems

Nonlinear Interval Finite Elements for Structural Mechanics Problems

Nonlinear Interval Finite Elements for Structural Mechanics Problems. Rafi Muhanna School of Civil and Environmental Engineering Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA 30332-0355, USA Robert L. Mullen Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering

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Uses of ICT in Business

Uses of ICT in Business

Uses of ICT in Business. Lesson Objectives. To understand the advantages, features and uses of. CAD – Computer Aided Design. The use of Computer Systems in engineering, architecture, kitchen design etc, to support the design of products.

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Summary of Martensite Creation: Box with Fixed Cylinder

Summary of Martensite Creation: Box with Fixed Cylinder

Summary of Martensite Creation: Box with Fixed Cylinder. July 1, 2012. Simulation Setup: Uniaxial Compression. Simulations performed with large box: 22 x 22 x 11 nm (432,000 atoms) – orientation X||[100], Y||[010] Prismatic box (shearing allowed)

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Tendons and Ligaments

Tendons and Ligaments

Tendons and Ligaments. Tendons-muscle to bone Ligaments-bone to bone. Collagen (E~600 MPa, fails at 4% strain. Tendon (load-deform. curve. Biology of stress/strain curve. Reconstruction of Ligaments. Reconstruction--OA. 100 patients- 53 okay, 34 mild OA, 12 moderate OA, 1 severe OA.

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Primer on Materials and Design for Stiffness

Primer on Materials and Design for Stiffness

Primer on Materials and Design for Stiffness. TEC 316 Dr. Lou Reifschneider Many figures taken from “ Designing with Plastics by TICONA”. The Ideal Material. Endless and ready supply Cheap to refine and produce Energy efficient Strong, stiff, & dimensionally stable at all temperatures

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3: Linear elasticity – axially loaded structures

3: Linear elasticity – axially loaded structures

3: Linear elasticity – axially loaded structures. . Consider the following prismatic bar of x-sectional area A i)unloaded and ii) in tension:. P.

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ENGAGING STUDENTS THROUGH THEIR EVERYDAY EXPERIENCES Eann Patterson

ENGAGING STUDENTS THROUGH THEIR EVERYDAY EXPERIENCES Eann Patterson

ENGAGING STUDENTS THROUGH THEIR EVERYDAY EXPERIENCES Eann Patterson School of Engineering, University of Liverpool & College of Engineering, Michigan State University. Outline. Introduction Pilot study results Pedagogical discussion & justification Everyday Engineering Examples (E 3 )

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CHAPTER 6: MECHANICAL PROPERTIES

CHAPTER 6: MECHANICAL PROPERTIES

CHAPTER 6: MECHANICAL PROPERTIES. ISSUES TO ADDRESS. • Stress and strain : What are they and why are they used instead of load and deformation?. • Elastic behavior: When loads are small, how much deformation occurs? What materials deform least?.

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Ashok Srinivasan Florida State University cs.fsu/~asriniva

Ashok Srinivasan Florida State University cs.fsu/~asriniva

Long-Time Molecular Dynamics Simulations in Nano-Mechanics through Parallelization of the Time Domain. Ashok Srinivasan Florida State University http://www.cs.fsu.edu/~asriniva. Aim: Simulate for long time spans

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Testing and Failure Analysis Thermal Analysis (TA)

Testing and Failure Analysis Thermal Analysis (TA)

Testing and Failure Analysis Thermal Analysis (TA). Professor Joe Greene CSU, CHICO. Topics. Testing Electrical Physical Mechanical Thermal Failure Analysis Stress Differential Scanning Calorimeter Glass Content. Testing. Electrical Testing

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