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(II) (a) What is the maximum tension possible in a

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Problem 49P

Problem 49P

(II) (a) What is the maximum tension possible in a 1.00-mm-diameter nylon tennis racket string? (b) If you want tighter strings, what do you do to prevent breakage: use thinner or thicker strings? Why? What causes strings to break when they are hit by the ball?

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d=1mm=0.001m2                                                              the diameter of the nylon string

r=d/2=1/2=0.5mm=0,5x10-3m=5x10-4m      the radius of the string

compressive strength of the nylon= 500x106N/m2 

Fmax=?                                                          maximum possible tension that the string can stand.

Maximum  force that the nylon string at that thickness can stand is 393N

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Chapter 9, Problem 49P is Solved
Textbook: Physics: Principles with Applications
Edition: 6
Author: Douglas C. Giancoli
ISBN: 9780130606204

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