14) Stress-Strain of Different Materials (Manual and Experiment)

14) Stress-Strain of Different Materials (Manual and Experiment)

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800-772-8700 www.pasco.com ® Instruction Manual 012-09424B Stress/Strain Apparatus AP-8214 Included Equipment Part Number A. Stress/Strain Apparatus AP-8214 B. Test Coupons, 10 pieces each sample (sample containers labeled with thickness in inches) cold-rolled steel annealed steel aluminum polyethylene terepthalate plastic polycarbonate brass (thick) brass (thin) AP-8217 C. Storage Box 650-061 D. Attachment for force sensor 003-07916 E. Thumbscrews for Rotary Motion Sensor, 2 pieces 617-031 F. Tee handle 726-049 G. 3/8 inch socket 726-050 H. Calibration bar 648-07650 I. Experiment set-up CD-ROM 013-08999 A B (×7) C D E F G H I
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® Stress/Strain Apparatus Introduction 2 The PASCO AP-8214 Stress/Strain Apparatus illustrates the relationship between stress and strain for various materials. The apparatus stretches a test coupon (and in some cases breaks it) while measuring the amount of stretch and force experienced by the test coupon. Software is used to generate a plot of stress versus strain. The Stress/Strain Apparatus requires a ScienceWorkshop or PASPORT interface, DataStudio software, a Rotary Motion Sensor (RMS), and a Force Sensor. Included with the apparatus are test coupons of various materials and thicknesses, a tee handle with socket for mounting the test coupons, and a bar for calibrating the apparatus. This manual includes instructions for calibration and data collection using the DataStudio set-up files on the CD-ROM. As an alternative to this manual, the CD-ROM also include a DataStudio workbook designed for use without the printed instructions. Open Elasticity SW.ds (for ScienceWorkshop) or Elasticity PS.ds (for PASPORT) and follow the on-screen instructions. Additional Equipment Required for Use with ScienceWorkshop Sensors Part Number ScienceWorkshop Interface (500, 700, or 750) CI-6400, CI-6450 or similar DataStudio 1 1 DataStudio 1.8 or later recommended. Visit www.pasco.com to download the latest version. DataStudio Lite, the free version, is sufficient for use with the included experiment set-up files. See PASCO catalog or www.pasco.com Economy Force Sensor CI-6746 Rotary Motion Sensor CI-6538 Additional Equipment Required for Use with PASPORT Sensors Part Number PASPORT Interface 2 2 Apparatus requires a single multi-port interface such as Xplorer GLX (PS-2002) or PowerLink (PS-2001), or two single-port inter- faces such as USB Link (PS-2100) or Xplorer (PS-2000). See PASCO catalog or www.pasco.com DataStudio 1 See PASCO catalog or www.pasco.com Force Sensor PS-2104 Rotary Motion Sensor PS-2120
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® Model No. AP-8214 Equipment Set-up 3 1. Attach the RMS to the apparatus platform . a. Remove the rod clamp from the RMS. b. Place the three-step pulley onto the shaft of the RMS with the largest pulley out. The three-step pulley should be on the “clockwise positive” side of the RMS as illustrated (Figure 2).
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