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Chapter 19 553 Section 19.4 Thermal Expansion of Solids and Liquids P19.8 α =×° −− 110 10 51 . C for steel L ° ° ° = 518 35 0 20 0 0 313 mC C C m .. . . ej a f P19.9 The wire is 35.0 m long when T C =− ° 20 0 .C . LL TT ii bg αα = × ° 20 0 1 70 10 5 1 C C a f a f for Cu. L ° ° ° = + 35 0 1 70 10 35 0 20 0 3 27 5 1 . . . m C C C c m af a f ch P19.10 ∆∆ LL T i == × ° ° = 25 0 12 0 10 40 0 1 20 6 . . C c m P19.11 For the dimensions to increase, LL T i = 1 00 10 1 30 10 2 20 20 0 55 0 24 1 ... . . ×= × ° ° cm C cm C C a f T T *P19.12 T i ×° ° = × 22 10 2 40 30 1 58 10 63 C cm C cm a f P19.13 (a) T i × ° ° = 900 10 300 650 0176 61 . . c m C m m a f (b) T i × ° ° = × 9 00 10 1 50 65 0 8 78 10 4 . . C cm C cm a f (c) VV T i × ° F H G I K J °= 33 9 0 0 1 0 30 0 1 50 4 65 0 0 093 0 2 π . . C cm C . cm a f a f *P19.14 The horizontal section expands according to T i = . x ° ° ° = × 17 10 28 0 46 5 1 36 10 2 C cm C 18.0 C cm a f . The vertical section expands similarly by y ° ° = × 17 10 134 28 5 6 49 10 2 C cm C cm . The vector displacement of the pipe elbow has magnitude
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