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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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Internal Pressure
We will also compare theoretical projections to experimental results, measuring how far off from the ideal a real cylinder approximating the condition of "thinness" is. We will examine how far our experimental thin cylinder strays from the ideal linear elastic isotropic we are assuming.

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Chemiluminiscence ExperimentThe learner is to make recordings, inferences plus observations in the process and at the end of the experiment. Students will exhibit their understanding in the use of various lab

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Density experimentThe results yielded a significant relationship between mass and volume at ‘0.05 level of significance’ and a corresponding p value of 0.0009. The results also identified an experimental density of 7.54 g/mL for the pennies

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Stress strain experimentThe wire is coiled severally to create a long wire.
The strain gauge is put into practical application in measuring the stain in bridges, structural beams, and weigh bridges and in motor vehicle industries. Stain gaged is mounted on the

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TRussAlso, the critically buckling load for the trusses is calculated theoretically.
The laboratory project’s main objective was to become familiar with the operation and application of electrical resistance wire strain gages to measure stresses

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Tensile testingOne of the most common methods of measuring the mechanical properties of a material is through a tensile test. The test consists of loading a specimen of known dimensions in tension, with the loading force being gradually

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Strain GaugeTo examine the statistical properties of the data, the mean and standard deviation of the two set of data is calculated and is shown in Table No 2. From the data, it can be observed that strain values in reading-1 are lower than the values in reading-2. The reason why initial strain readings were low is that the structure had an initial ‘slackness’.

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