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2-8

Tangent modulus at  = 0 is
E


5000  0

 25 106 psi
3
 0.2 10  0

 

Ans.

At  = 20 kpsi

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S y = 28 kpsi. Ans.5  1 10  Ans. Ans.0 19 1. (2-16).223   u Ai Eq.223 Eq.05 After cold working: Eq. (a) Before cold working: Annealed AISI 1018 steel.00 S y 61. Table A-22.  0 = 110 kpsi.8 Ans.5   61.24. S u = 61.25.9   1.24 Chapter 2 . S y = 32 kpsi. D.0 49 5.20.0 54 ______________________________________________________________________________ 2-9 W = 0.44 10 0. (2-19).55 32 Sy 0. (2-18). (2-14).20 After: Ans. S u = 49. 93% increase Ans.  i  ln 0  ln1. Lost most of its ductility ______________________________________________________________________________ 2-10 W = 0. (a) Before cold working: AISI 1212 HR steel.0 106  3 1.5   1. Page 7/19 .4 46 4.    1.20 5 0.  u = m = 0. (2-16). m = 0. S y   0 im  90  0. (2-17).25 Ai 1  W 1  0.25  0.85 After cold working: Eq.5 26 2.  u = m = 0. m = 0.Rev.8 40 3. Su  (b) Before: Su 49.  0 = 90.20 A Eq.9 kpsi 1  W 1  0. psi  (10-3)  (kpsi) 0 0 0.0 32 2.25 A0 1 1 Eq. 25% increase Su 61.80 16 1.20.5 kpsi. Table A-22. 26  19  103  E20   14.8 kpsi Su 49.  f = 1.25  61.0 kpsi.5 kpsi.  f = 0.

having greater potential than tungsten carbide or polycarbonate. D. m = Al = (kl/E) l =kl2  /E Thus. such as cost or availability. draw lines parallel to S/ From the list of materials given. and maximize E/ ( = 1) In Fig. Ans. draw lines parallel to E/ Chapter 2 . (2-19). ______________________________________________________________________________ 2-27 For stiffness.  = F/A = S  A = F/S For mass. Other factors. and maximize S/ ( = 1) In Fig. m = Al = (F/S) l Thus. both aluminum alloy and high carbon heat treated steel are good candidates. may dictate which to choose. k = AE/l  A = kl/E For mass. f 3 (M ) =  /S . f 3 (M) =  /E .2-26 For strength.Rev. Page 14/19 . The higher strength aluminum alloys have a slightly greater potential. (2-16).