Graphing_I - Graphing I Fall 2006 General instructions: 1)...

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Dept. of Engineering Education Virginia Tech Problem 1: J.C. Malzahn Kampe, 2002-6. Problems 2 and 3: S. Waldron, 2002-6. Graphing I Fall 2006 General instructions: 1) Please use homework/engineering format (Given, Find, Relationships, Solution) when completing your homework. 2) You may print out your graph paper and do the plots using pencil and ruler. 3) For the remainder of your work, please use OneNote and print a hardcopy for collection. Remember to save your OneNote file. Your graphs, calculations and other answers for this assignment will be collected. There are 3 problems to this set. Problem 1 of 3: In a recent study on the mobility of hydrogen in ultrahigh-strength AERMET 100 steel, Thomas and coworkers* have examined the apparent diffusivity of hydrogen at different temperatures. The specimens of AERMET 100 steel were first charged at a hydrogen overpotential of –0.62 V and 60°C, then baked at 200°C for 2.3 hours, and then tested.
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