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ME 338: MECHANICS OF MATERIALS LAB (0,1)

Table of Contents

Introduction to the lab equipment and safety precautions

1. Compression of a spring

a. To obtain the relationship between the forces applied to a compression spring and its change in length.

b. To determine the stiffness of the test spring (s).

2. Extension of a spring

a. To obtain the relationship between the forces applied to an extension spring and its change in length.

b. To determine the stiffness of the test spring (s).

3. Rubber in Shear

a. To determine the variation of deflection with applied load.

b. To investigate how shear strain varies with shear stress.

c. To determine the Modulus of Rigidity of the rubber block.

4. Hooke’s Law for Wires

a. To determine the Young's Modulus of Elasticity of the specimen wire. b. To verify Hooke's Law by experiment.

5. Strain in Compound Wires

a. To determine the modulus of elasticity of two wires and hence evaluate the equivalent Young’s Modulus of Elasticity of the combination b. To position the single applied load on the slotted link in order that both wires are subjected to common strain and hence to establish the load in each wire

6. Deflection of a simply supported beam

To find the slope and deflection of a simply supported beam with point load at the center and to prove the results mathematically

7. Deflection of a cantilever beam

To verify the slope and deflection of a cantilever beam experimentally and theoretically.

8. Deflection of a overhanging beam

To find the central deflection of overhanging arm beam and confirm the results theoretically

9. Shear center for a channel

Find Shear center for a channel section cantilever.

10. Unsymmetrical Deflections

To determine the deflections for...

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