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Introduction to Mechanical Engineering EML3004C-Fall 2002 Homework #6 Posted: 16 October 02 Due: 24 October 02 Following are the problems from Chapter 9 to 11: 1. Problem 5, page 216 2. Problem 6, page 217 3. Problem 11, page 219 4. Problem 3, page 228 5. Problem 6, page 229 6. problem 8, page 230 7. Problem 1, page 238 8. Problem 2, page 238; Add the following: Draw a plot of stress vs. % elongation.
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Unformatted text preview: Calculate total % elongation to failure and the % reduction in area? 9. Pick any latest model car. List at least three examples each of metals, polymers, ceramics and composites used in that. Also write for each case, why that material is chosen? Use internet for your answer? Draw diagram if you need to . Prof. N. C. October 17, 2002...
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