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Nanoscale Fracture
Mechanics
Steven L. Mielke,
Nanoscale
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Highly stretchable MoS2 kirigami
Cite this: Nanoscale, 2016, 8, 458
Paul Z. Hanakata,a Zenan Qi,b David K. Campbell*a and Harold S. Park*b
We report the results of classical molecular dynamics
Density functional theory calculation of edge stresses in monolayer MoS2
Zenan Qi, Penghui Cao, and Harold S. Park
Citation: Journal of Applied Physics 114, 163508 (2013); doi: 10.1063/1.4826905
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Mechanics of Materials
CE 2210
Assignment #3
Determinate and indeterminate axial members
Session #5-7
Due date: September, 23th, 2014
Nicolas Ali Libre
Fall 2014
Mechanics of Materials
Axial members
Session #5-7
Due date: Sep-23-2014
3-1:A cylindrical bro
Mechanics of Materials
CE 2210
Assignment #1
Stress, Strain, Mechanical Properties
Session #1-4
Due date: September, 9th, 2014
Nicolas Ali Libre
Fall 2014
Mechanics of Materials
Strain, stress, Mechanical Properties
Assignment #1 Session #1-4
Due date: Se
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CE 2210
Assignment #10
Combined loading, Pressure vessels
Session #25-27
Due date: December, 9th, 2014
Nicolas Ali Libre
Fall 2014
Mechanics of Materials
Combined loading, Pressure Vessels
10-1: A closed cylindrical tank containing
Mechanics of Materials
CE 2210
Assignment #8
Shear in beams, Stress & Strain Transformation
Session #19-22
Due date: November, 11th, 2014
Nicolas Ali Libre
Fall 2014
Mechanics of Materials
Shear in beams
8-1: A hollow steel box beam has the rectangular cr
Mechanics of Materials
CE 2210
Assignment #4
Torsion
Session #9-10
Due date: September, 30th, 2014
Nicolas Ali Libre
Fall 2014
Mechanics of Materials
Torsion
3-1: A compound shaft (see Figure) consists of brass segment
(1) and aluminum segment (2). Segmen
Mechanics of Materials
CE 2210
Assignment #2
Determinate and indeterminate axial members
Session #5-6
Due date: September, 16th, 2014
Nicolas Ali Libre
Fall 2014
Mechanics of Materials
Axial members
Session #5-6
Due date: Sep-16-2014
2-1:The assembly cons
Mechanics of Materials
CE 2210
Assignment #7
Shear in beams
Session #19-20
Due date: November, 4th, 2014
Nicolas Ali Libre
Fall 2014
Mechanics of Materials
Shear in beams
7-1: A beam segment subjected to internal bending moments at
sections A and B is sho
Mechanics of Materials
CE 2210
Assignment #5
Torsion, Bending in beams
Session #11-14
Due date: October, 14th, 2014
Nicolas Ali Libre
Fall 2014
Mechanics of Materials
Torsion, Bending in beams
5-1: Determine the shear and moment diagram in the following s
Mechanics of Materials
CE 2210
Assignment #9
Shear in beams, Stress & Strain Transformation
Session #22-24
Due date: November, 20th, 2014
Nicolas Ali Libre
Fall 2014
Mechanics of Materials
Stress, Strains transformation
9-1: On the free surface of an alum
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The Mean Value Theorem
If is continuous on the closed interval [, ], then there exists a number in [, ] such that
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Problem 1 Cross Section 2
Problem 1 HERCRAS Output / Tabulated Data
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The Northwest Florida Beaches International Airport in the greater Panama City, FL area
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Group 7
Brad Zumsteg
Chad McDaniel
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The objective of this lab was to practice the techniques associated with taking discharg
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Brad Zumsteg
Chad McDaniel
10/20/2014
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1.2 A 2024-111 altmiiiitiiii tube with an mtteirie diameter of 2.50 iii. wilt be used to support a
il-kip toad. Ifﬂie axial etress iii the member must be limited to 25 ksi. rleteriiiiiie the wall
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