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EML 3500 Summer 2012 Examination 1 1 Instructions: Silence your cell phones. Turn baseball or front-brimmed caps to the back. Write all solutions to your exam in the UCF Blue Book. At the completion of the exam, include your formula guide within your UCF Blue Book. If you have a question during the exam, simply raise your hand or quietly walk to the instructor. Exam will last from 10:00 AM to 11:15 AM. True-False (2pts each) - Select the best answer. 1. Alloying is a process that can be used to improve a material’s strength. True or False. 2. The shear strength and the shear yield strength refer to the same material property. True or False. 3. A material subjected to three principal stresses that are all equal to 99% of its yield strength, S y , will yield according to the Von Mises theory. True or False. 4. A key assumption of Miner’s rule is linear damage. True or False. 5. Theories for materials such as MNSC should not be used for even materials. True or False Multiple Choice (2pts each) – Circle the best answer.
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