Spring-1999-EMA6166-Exam-1

Spring-1999-EMA6166-Exam-1 - EMA 6166 Exam I(120 mins...

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EMA 6166 - Exam I (120 mins) Name:______________________________ Spring 1999 FEEDS Student Number:________________________ HONOR CODE : We, the members of the University of Florida community, pledge to hold ourselves and our peers to the highest standards of honesty and integrity * . SIGNATURE____________________________ READ EACH QUESTION VERY CAREFULLY BEFORE ANSWERING!!! Part I: Definitions (20 pts) Give a brief, succinct description of the term(s) listed using only the space provided. Use equations where appropriate. 1. HDT: 2. PSF: 3. comingled fiber arrangement: 4. SMC: 5. DGEBA: 6. specific strength: 7. BisGMA: 8. CTBN:
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EMA 6166 - Exam I (120 mins) Name:______________________________ Spring 1999 FEEDS Student Number:________________________ 9. Creep: 10. <Mv>: Part II: Indicate whether the following statements are TRUE or FALSE . Give an explanation if the statement is false. (12 pts) 1. The Tg decreases in a logarithmically with respect to molar mass between cross link junctions. 2. Surface area increases linearly with the volume in a spherical close packed arrangement. 3. The relative viscosity increases with the is directly proportional to the molar mass between cross links.
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