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Unformatted text preview: “A The maximum deflection of a fixed cantilever beam is given by: ,I a)“ FL313EI Tb) FszrsiEi (c) FL2NXEI (d) FLQXEI where F = force at end of beam, x = distance along beam, L = length of beam, A = cross-sectional area of beam, E = elastic modulus and l = moment of inertia The hydrostatic pressure of an” object submerged in a liquid is given by P = P0 ~ pgh where P = total pressure, P0 = atmospheric pressure, p a density of the fluid, 9 = gravitational acceleration and h = depth of submersion. True False The units of a spring constant are in kg'mi'secz. True False A thermocouple is a junction of that produces a dependent on . " - (a) dielectric metals, current, temperature at the junction (b) dielectric metals, voltage difference, temperature difference between each leg ofthe thermocouple (c) dissimilar metals, voltage difference, temperature at the junction (d) dissimilar metals, current, temperature difference between each leg of the - thermocouple Poisson's ratio is given by (a) ELIET lb) (EL-ETNGLWT) (0) 3Tst (1) — sTlsL where 81- and a are the transverse and longitudinal strains respectively. When we __ a time-varying signal with a given frequency, we expect to read a ____ frequency due to (a) oversampte, lower, aliasing (b) oversample, higher, biasing (c) undersample, higher, aliasing (d) undersample, lower, aliasing ...
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