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A B C D E F 1 NAME: Jimmy Tressel PROFESSOR: William Oxley SEAT NUMBER: #05 2 SECTION NUMBER: #2002 3 Material Constant Constant Value Theta (deg) Theta (rad) Rx Ry 4 "A" 28 0 0.00 1.6000 0.5000 5 "B" 1.6 5 0.09 1.6151 0.6854 6 "C" 0.5 10 0.17 1.6766 1.2194 7 "D" 1 15 0.26 1.8310 2.0375 8 20 0.35 2.1472 3.0410 9 25 0.44 2.7062 4.1090 10 Equation used for Theta (rad) 30 0.52 3.5875 5.1125 11 =C4/180*PI() 35 0.61 4.8547 5.9306 12 40 0.70 6.5433 6.4646 13 45 0.79 8.6500 6.6500 14 Equation used for Rx 50 0.87 11.1276 6.4646 15 =$B$5*COS(D4)^4+2*($B$6+2*$ B$7)*SIN(D4)^2*COS(D4)^2+$B$ 4*SIN(D4)^4 55 0.96 13.8841 5.9306 16 60 1.05 16.7875 5.1125 17 65 1.13 19.6758 4.1090 18 Equation used for Ry 70 1.22 22.3708 3.0410 19 =($B$4+$B$5‐ 4*$B$7)*SIN(D4)^2*COS(D4)^2+ $B$6*(COS(D4)^4+SIN(D4)^4) 75 1.31 24.6940 2.0375 20 80 1.40 26.4845 1.2194 21 85 1.48 27.6140 0.6854 22 90 1.57 28.0000 0.5000 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32
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G H I J K L M N 1 INSERT CHART HERE 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 0.0000 0.2000 0.4000 0.6000 0.8000 1.0000 1.2000 0 20 40 60 80 100 Rx and Ry (unitless) Theta (deg) Rx and Ry vs Theta (Name, Group Letter) Rx Ry
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A B C D E F 1 NAME: Eddie George PROFESSOR: John Cooper SEAT NUMBER: #27 2 SECTION NUMBER: #1995 3 Gage Factor Value "V" Values: 5 10 4 Sg 2.08 r Sc for V = 5 Sc for V = 10 5 0 0.00 0.00 6 Equation used for Sc V = 5 0.2 1.44 2.89 7 =D$3*$B$4*$C5/(1+$C5)^2 0.4 2.12 4.24 8 Equation used for Sc V = 10 0.6 2.44 4.88 9
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