Complete lab 2 - Part 2 Fracture Strength A 1 Slide Force(N Fracture Strength(Mpa Fracture Strain Rank C.F.P 1 70.7392 110.5034 0.0017001 8

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Part 2 Fracture Strength A) 1) Slide # Force Fracture Strength Fracture Strain Rank C.F.P. Flaw Size (N) (Mpa) (m) 1 70.7392 110.5034 0.0017001 8 0.727273 2.37221E- 05 2 67.3392 105.1922 0.0016183 7 0.636364 2.61781E- 05 3 59.9392 93.6325 0.0014405 2 0.181818 3.30409E- 05 4 72.3392 113.0028 0.0017385 10 0.909091 2.26843E- 05 5 70.7392 110.5034 0.0017001 9 0.818182 2.37221E- 05 6 63.3392 98.9437 0.0015222 3 0.272727 2.95889E- 05 7 58.1392 90.8206 0.0013972 1 0.090909 3.51184E- 05 8 67.1392 104.8798 0.0016135 6 0.545455 2.63343E- 05 9 65.1392 101.7555 0.0015655 5 0.454545 2.79762E- 05 10 63.7392 99.5685 0.0015318 4 0.363636 2.92186E- 05 Std Deviation Mean Fracture Strength lower 95% limit Upper 95% limit (Mpa) (Mpa) (Mpa) (Mpa) 7.3539 101.0786 86.3708 115.7864 The variablility in the fracture strength is caused by slight differences in the thickness of the glass slides as well as tiny flaws that already exist in the glass. 2)
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This note was uploaded on 02/29/2012 for the course PHY 2218 taught by Professor Livingston during the Spring '12 term at University of Minnesota Crookston.

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Complete lab 2 - Part 2 Fracture Strength A 1 Slide Force(N Fracture Strength(Mpa Fracture Strain Rank C.F.P 1 70.7392 110.5034 0.0017001 8

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