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a1. A steel sample is deformed in a tension test to Answer the following questions: a) Given the and the Lo, and the final length Lt. for the yield strength of a steel sample, determine the Engineering train, and Log (True St rain), log e. (Show all work) Engr. StrainTrue Log CTrue Strain) Log Strain (in/in) (in/in) Yield Point 2.0 in 2.04 in Ultimate (Log ch 82 Point 2.0 in 2.28 in 8 2 b) Given the load, F, and the final area As, for the yield strength and the ultimate ; True Stress, ‘σ .; strength of a steel sample, determine the Engineering Stress, and Log (True Stress), log(o):(Show all work) Load Final (si Area Stress Engr. True Log(True Stress) (lb x 10 (in Log σ (ksi) (ksi) Yield Point (Log σ); 13 0.123 Ultimate (Log σ)2 Point 18 0.110
02. Plot the twoss values for og (e) Vs. log(o)) o sets o 1。9阪 the graph below: Log (a) oLog(e) 03. NOTE: The questions below require answers based on the mumerical re the graph of their plot in Q2 ) Determine the Strain Hardening Exponent, n, of steel,from the numerical results log (true strain) and log (true stress). the Strength Coefficient, K (ksi), of steel, from the numerical values of log (true strain) and (true stress) and from the value of n, obtained in 03 () Log σ-Log K+n(Loge). Determine c) Given a linear plot of
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