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Deformation of Solids

Question paper 1

Subject Physics

Exam Board CIE

Topic Deformation of Solids

Sub Topic

Paper Type Theory

Booklet Question paper 1

Score: /49

Percentage: /100

A* A B C D E U

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slider spring

cart, mass 1.7 kg v support

A B

Fig. 4.1

Point A is on a movable slider and point B is on a fixed support. A cart of mass 1.7 kg has horizontal

velocity v towards the slider. The cart collides with the slider. The spring is compressed as the cart

comes to rest. The variation of compression x of the spring with force F exerted on the spring is

shown in Fig. 4.2.

4.5

3.5

F/N

2.5

1.5

0.5 1.0 1.5 2.0

x / cm

Fig. 4.2

Fig. 4.2 shows the compression of the spring for F = 1.5 N to F = 4.5 N. The cart comes to rest

when F is 4.5 N.

(i) show that the compression of the spring obeys Hooke’s law,

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(iii) determine the elastic potential energy EP stored in the spring due to the cart being

brought to rest.

EP = ....................................................... J [3]

(b) Calculate the speed v of the cart as it makes contact with the slider. Assume that all the

kinetic energy of the cart is converted to the elastic potential energy of the spring.

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2 Fig. 4.1 shows the values obtained in an experiment to determine the Young modulus E of a metal

in the form of a wire.

diameter d 0.48 mm

length l 1.768 m

5.0 N to 30.0 N

load F

in 5.0 N steps

Fig. 4.1

(a) (i) Complete Fig. 4.1 with the name of an instrument that could be used to measure each of

the quantities. [3]

(ii) Explain why a series of values of F, each with corresponding extension e, are measured.

...........................................................................................................................................

.......................................................................................................................................[1]

(b) Explain how a series of readings of the quantities given in Fig. 4.1 is used to determine the

Young modulus of the metal. A numerical answer for E is not required.

...................................................................................................................................................

...................................................................................................................................................

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(i) a solid,

.......................................................................................................................................[2]

(ii) a gas.

.......................................................................................................................................[1]

(b) (i) A ductile material in the form of a wire is stretched up to its breaking point. On Fig. 4.1,

sketch the variation with extension x of the stretching force F.

F ductile material

0

0 x

(ii) On Fig. 4.2, sketch the variation with extension x of the stretching force F for a brittle

material up to its breaking point.

F brittle material

0

0 x

(c) Describe a similarity and a difference between ductile and brittle materials.

similarity: ...................................................................................................................................

difference: .................................................................................................................................

...................................................................................................................................................

[2]

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.............................................................................................................................................. [1]

(b) Two wires P and Q of the same material and same original length l0 are fixed so that they

hang vertically, as shown in Fig. 5.1.

l0 l0

P Q

F F

The diameter of P is d and the diameter of Q is 2d. The same force F is applied to the lower

end of each wire.

(i) stress in P ,

stress in Q

(ii) strain in P .

strain in Q

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P

metre rule spring

mass M

reading x

Fig. 4.1

A mass M is attached to the lower end of the spring. The reading x from the metre rule is taken, as

shown in Fig. 4.1. Fig. 4.2 shows the relationship between x and M.

0.60

0.40

M / kg

0.20

0

20 22 24 26 28 30 32

x / cm

Fig. 4.2

(a) Explain how the apparatus in Fig. 4.1 may be used to determine the load on the spring at the

elastic limit.

...............................................................................................................................................[2]

(b) State and explain whether Fig. 4.2 suggests that the spring obeys Hooke’s law.

...............................................................................................................................................[2]

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(c) Use Fig. 4.2 to determine the spring constant, in N m–1, of the spring.

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..........................................................................................................................................

..................................................................................................................................... [2]

(b) Show that the SІ units of energy per unit volume are kg m–1 s–2.

[2]

(c) For a wire extended elastically, the elastic energy per unit volume X is given by

X = Cε 2E

where C is a constant,

ε is the strain of the wire,

and E is the Young modulus of the wire.

[3]

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7 (a) Define

(i) stress,

.............................................................................................................................. [1]

(ii) strain.

.............................................................................................................................. [1]

(b) The Young modulus of the metal of a wire is 0.17 TPa. The cross-sectional area of the

wire is 0.18 mm2.

The wire is extended by a force F. This causes the length of the wire to be increased by

0.095 %.

Calculate

F = ............................................. N [2]

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