LAb #3 My part

# LAb#3 My part - 0.313 17.5cm 1672.91-0.000039 0.000104 0.375 3472.62-0.000078 0.000264 0.295 4486.63-0.000100 0.000321 0.312 Average Poisons

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1) Deviations To find the maximum load to avoid failure, we took the average dimensions of the beams to calculate it. 4) POISSONS The aluminum bar had two strain gauges located at the same distance away from the base. One is placed laterally and the other longitudinally. To calculate poisson’s ratio we use the following equation: Distanc e Weight(g) Lat.Strai n Long. Strain Poisons Ratio 30.2cm 1672.91 - 0.000090 0.000268 0.336 3472.62 - 0.000187 0.000583 0.321 4486.63 - 0.000237 0.000757
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Unformatted text preview: 0.313 17.5cm 1672.91-0.000039 0.000104 0.375 3472.62-0.000078 0.000264 0.295 4486.63-0.000100 0.000321 0.312 Average Poisons Ratio=0.325272 Tabulated Poisons Ratio for 6061-T6 aluminum is 0.35 Source: http://www.engineeringtoolbox.com/poissons-ratio-d_1224.html Error: 5) Two times the weight hanging from the middle One times the weight hanging from the end The deflection for when when the weight hangs from the end is greater by 6)...
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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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