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ENGR 2200 – Intermediate Strength of Materials Review for Test #1, Winter 2006 (February 20, 8:00-8:50am) Test #1 (100 points) will cover material from Section 1.1 up to and including 3.6. The test is closed book and closed notes The test will include a “qualitative” section and a “quantitative” section. Qualitative section (25 points): o This section will include several short answer, fill-in-the-blank, or true/false questions designed to test your knowledge of CONCEPTS covered thus far. You may be required to draw simple sketches to clarify a particular concept. o The best way to study for this section is to review the text book and go over notes from class where we first discussed concepts prior to solving example problems. o Concepts include, but are not limited to: Stress-strain diagrams Brittle behavior vs. ductile behavior Elastic behavior vs. plastic behavior Normal stress vs. shear stress Uniform stress distribution vs. non-uniform stress distribution Double shear condition Factor of safety
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