Laboratory 2 - Laboratory 2 Poisson's Ratio Prepared For Mr...

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Laboratory # 2 Poisson’s Ratio Prepared For: Mr. Sudan Chatterjee, CEE 370L Department of Mechanical Engineering University of Las Vegas, Nevada Prepared by: Jesus Campuzano Group Members: Torie Winton Shalonda Palmore Laken Zografos Myron Fikse Date Laboratory Performed: February 13, 2009 Date Submitted: February 20, 2009 1
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Table of Contents Table of Figures Figure 1. ............................................................................................................................... 3 Figure 2. ............................................................................................................................... 3 Figure 3. ............................................................................................................................... 3 Figure 11 .............................................................................................................................. 8 Abstract The objective of the lab was to find the determination of Poisson’s Ratio for Steel, Aluminum and Copper by performing a bending experiment. This experiment consisted of using flat bars of each material used and measuring the axial/transverse stain. The uses of axial and transverse gages were used to gather the data for each material being tested. After the data was gathered the results were used to experimentally determine the Poisson’s Ration for each material for comparison with published values in the textbook. Introduction
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