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Minimum size of the particles of silt soil, is 1. 0.04 mm 2. 0.002 mm 3. 0.02 mm 4. 1
Engineering Mechanics Attach is the question.. Letters c and d.
A solid 2.8in.diameter bronze [ G = 6900 ksi] shaft is 7.3ft long. The allowable shear stress in the shaft is 9 ksi and the angle of twist must not exceed
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what is embodied energy? what is embodied energy use for?
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