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Assignment MasteringPhysics: Print View Page 1 of 20 Assignment Display Mode: View Printable Answers IUPhysicsP201F2009 Assignment 5b Due at 11:00pm on Sunday, October 5, 2008 View Grading Details Problem 6.57 Description: Early test flights for the space shuttle used a &quot;glider&quot; (mass of 980 kg including pilot) that was launched horizontally at 500 (km)/h from a height of 3500 m. The glider...

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Homework I 8/23/2006Problem overview The beam of a rectangular thin-walled section (i.e. t is very small) is designed to carry both bending moment M and torque T. The following series of questions is intended to illuminate the weight efficiency issues as
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Problem 2.1 Solution:a) x ' x ' u x x x(1 ) x(1 0.03) 1.03x y ' y v y y y (1 ) y (1 0.01) 0.99 x z ' z z b) xx xyc) dv du d 0.01 zz 0.03 yy 0 dy dx dz dv du d dv d d 0 yz 0 xz 0 dx dy dy dz dx dzV ' x ' y ' z ' 1.03 x *0.99 y * z 1.0197 xyz V V
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Clarkson - ME - 455
Clarkson - ME - 455
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