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Strain Gauges Experiment After analysis of the results it is found that the second method - the balanced Wheatstone bridge one - is more accurate. Explanations are furnished in the conclusion as to why this is so. It is also recommended that a balanced Wheatstone bridge with an amplifier be tried out as a measuring entity.

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Mohrs Circle and Strain Gauge Rosette
In this experiment, mechanical estimations of the principal strains as well as the direction of maximum strain shall be effected through the use of readings derived from a strain gauge rosette, and the resultant construction of the Mohr's Circle. The Mohr's Circle will provide the visual means by which the principal strains may be graphically estimated and assessed for accuracy by comparing the results derived therefrom to results computed by theoretical means.

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Atomic force microscopyThe tip is a few microns in length and of small diameter, about 100A in diameter. This tip is attached to the free end of a

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Bending moment in a beamThis experiment is going to use a simply supported beam loaded with three loads. A simply supported beam has both the end free and it can freely rotate. Therefore, the ends of the beam have no bending moments. This experiment

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Engneering mechanics Lab reportse strains measurements by use of specific strain gages within a cantilever beam, measurement of the beam’s deflection using LPDT, comparison of both experimental and analytical values of the cantilever beam stress, statistical presentation of values, as well as the aspect of

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Lab conclusionIt was possible to authenticate the measurements for this experiment got from the strain gages using the elementary linear beam theory. The elementary linear beam theory helped in computing the respective theoretical strain values. It is recommended that

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