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EGR75L: Tension Laboratory Report Guidelines Please include the following sections in your lab report. It is completely acceptable and expected that you reference the lab manual in your report. Please cover all of the topics below, but be concise in doing so. Background and Objectives Present clearly the background material necessary to understand this lab (including any necessary equations and discussion of relevant theories that are important to the lab) and state the point of the lab. This section should draw heavily from the lab manual. Methods and Materials Explain any materials that were used and the methods that you used to accomplish the lab. This includes the data from Table 1 of the lab manual. Referencing the lab manual is acceptable in this section. Results, Error Analysis, and Discussion The following are questions and assignments that need to be completed in this section. Please see section 4.1 in the lab manual for an explanation of the format of the data file. 1. Plot the engineering stress-strain curve. Separate plots are needed for:
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This note was uploaded on 08/03/2009 for the course EGR 75 taught by Professor Virgin during the Spring '08 term at Duke.

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