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# Ensuring a Tight Fit. Aluminum rivets used in airplane ISBN: 9780321675460 31

## Solution for problem 14E Chapter 17

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Problem 14E

Ensuring a Tight Fit. ?Aluminum rivets used in airplane construction are made slightly larger than the rivet holes and cooled by “dry ice” (solid CO2) before being driven. If the diameter of a hole is 4.500 mm, what should be the diameter of a rivet at 23.0°C if its diameter is to equal that of the hole when the rivet is cooled to-78.0°C the temperature of dry ice? Assume that the expansion coefficient remains constant at the value given in Table 17.1

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Solution 14E The final length after contraction due to temperature change is given by L = L(1 T) Where L is the initial length, is the expansion coefficient and T is the change in temperature. In this problem we have L = 4.500 mm T = (23°C ( 78°C))...

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