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The flexural strength and associated volume fraction

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Problem 12.52

The flexural strength and associated volume fraction porosity for two specimens of the same ceramic material are as follows: Sfs(MPa) P 70 0.10 60 0.15 (a) Compute the flexural strength for a completely nonporous specimen of this material. (b) Compute the flexural strength for a 0.20 volume fraction porosity.

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ENGR 121 11/21/2016 Spencer Kociba ● Statistics ○ Mean ■ Average of numbers ○ Standard deviation and variance ■ 2 ways of determining the spread of data ○ mode(x) ■ Identifies the most frequently occurring value ○ sort(x) ■ Sorts vector from minimum value to max value ○ median(x) ■ Finds the middle number in a vector ■ Note: to find the median of a set of data, sort it first then use the median function ○ Median Filtering ■ Size of a median filter is calculating the median of every n values in that size ■ function medFiltVec = medianNFilte

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Textbook: Materials Science and Engineering: An Introduction
Edition: 9
Author: William Callister
ISBN: 9781118324578

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