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CE 191(Exam 2)

CE 191(Exam 2) - To Professor Rolfe From Zach Maggiorotto...

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To: Professor Rolfe From: Zach Maggiorotto Subject: Exam 2 Exam 2 1. As a student I plan to do my best and work hard to obtain a degree. As a Civil Engineer I plan to go to school to become educated so that I may work in the civil engineering field. As a person I play to treat everyone with respect and take responsibility for my actions. 2. The goal is to use natural resources wisely so as to conserve them for the future. This requires environmental engineering and economics. 3. Stress the force that is exerted on an object than provides pressure per unit area. The equation to determine stress is Strain is the stretching of a material. It causes a change in shape and/or size. It can be measured in meters or inches. The formula is strain in measured direction equals current length of the material divided by the original length of the same material.
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4. Failure in tension involves the object stretching and becoming unstable and then eventually snapping and breaking.
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