Strain Gauge and Beam Bending

Strain Gauge and Beam Bending - Applied Loading(lbs 0.0 0.5...

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1 0 0.00 0.0000 0.0000 9.17 10.4 0.5 112 38 0.05 0.0001 1007.8105 1.0 220 75 0.10 0.0002 2015.6211 1.5 331 111 0.15 0.0004 3023.4316 2.0 440 149 0.20 0.0005 4031.2421 2.5 551 187 0.25 0.0006 5039.0527 0.0 -2 -2 0.00 0.0000 0.0000 10.51 16.71 0.5 133 10 0.10 0.0002 1404.9551 1.0 265 23 0.20 0.0005 2809.9102 1.5 394 30 0.30 0.0007 4214.8653 2.0 535 45 0.38 0.0009 5619.8204 2.5 667 54 0.45 0.0011 7024.7755 Dimensions Load E/Weight Aluminum L = 8 in t = 0.135 in b = 0.98 in Aluminum Composite Free end to gauge center d = 6 in 0.5 18.35 21.01 Composite L = 8 in t = 0.193 in b = 1.005 in 1.0 9.17 10.51 Free end to gauge center d = 6 in 1.5 6.12 7 2.0 4.59 5.25 2.5 3.67 4.2 Calibration Factors Sg = 2.11 Rg = 120 Ω Applied Loading (lbs) Aluminum Axial Gauge (µε) Aluminum Transverse Gauge (µε) Aluminum Beam Tip Deflection (in) Theoretical Axial Strain Theoretical Stress Young's Modulus Calculated Given Modulus Applied Loading (lbs) Composite Axial Gauge (µε) Composite Transverse Gauge (µε)
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This note was uploaded on 04/29/2008 for the course MAE 244 taught by Professor Cairns during the Spring '07 term at WVU.

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Strain Gauge and Beam Bending - Applied Loading(lbs 0.0 0.5...

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