Experimental Methods for Engineers
Experimental Methods for Engineers ME 330
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ME330 Statistics Review I asked some students to perform tensile strength tests on 1024 machine screws The results for 6 pan head screws and 6 socket head cap screws are given in Table 1 below 1 What data processing do recommend Process the data 2 The pan head screw is a Society of Automotive Engineers SAE grade 1 screw The cap screw is a SAE grade 8 screw The tabulated tensile strength for 1024 grade 1 screw is 957 Lbf The tabulated tensile strength for a 1024 grade 8 screw is 2610 Lbf 3 Compare your processed data to the SAE values Write a discussion 7 include your observations and an interpretation what do all these numbers mean Marks Standard Handbook for Mechanical Engineers by Eugene A Avallone Editor and Theodore III Baumeister Editor McGrawHill Professional 10th edition 1996
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