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Problem M16 You hang a pyramid made of a uniform material with modulus E, and specific gravity of ρ N/m 3 , from a string as shown. The pyramid has a rectangular cross section where one side has length b o and one side has length h o at the bottom. a) Derive a formula for the length change if you hang the pyramid upside down. b) How much does the length change if you hang it right- side up, as shown?
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You are designing a new platform shoe with a springy sole for a disco contest. The heel platform is a rectangular prism made of a material that had Young’s modulus E heel =E, and the toe platform is a cylinder made of a less stiff material of Young’s modulus E toe =E/2. If your weight is applied at the center of the shoe, do you tilt
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This note was uploaded on 02/08/2011 for the course BMED 3400 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Georgia Institute of Technology.

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