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Consider a cylindrical nickel wire 2.0 mm (0.08 in.) in

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Problem 6.6

Consider a cylindrical nickel wire 2.0 mm (0.08 in.) in diameter and 3 * 104 mm (1200 in.) long. Calculate its elongation when a load of 300 N (67 lbf) is applied. Assume that the deformation is totally elastic.

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Emily Ballentine eballen@g.clemson.edu ECON 2110­41 Notes 9/21/17 – 9/28/17 1 8.5: Temperature  Actual Temperature o Use an equation when solving a problem concerning an actual temperature.  Change in Temperature o Use a conversion factor when solving a problem concerning ΔTemp.  Material Property o Use a conversion factor when solving a problem concerning material properties.  Temperature Equations T [ ] T ℃[ ]2 o 5 o T K =T ℃ +273 T ° ]=T ℉ ]+460 o  Temperature Conversion Factors 1℉ o 1° R 1℃ o 1K 1℃ o 1.8℉ 8.9-8.10: Power and Efficie

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