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Torsion Testing

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Torsion Testing

Tan Wei Hong
Group Members : Merisa Gunawan Ng Boon Keat Chin Yong Yao
School of Engineering
Taylor’s University
Date of Experiment:22/10/2012|
Report due date:29/10/2012|
Report submission date:29/10/2012|
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Materials and Method/10| |
Results Discussions/45| |
References/10| |
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Date of Experiment:22/10/2012|
Report due date:29/10/2012|
Report submission date:29/10/2012|
Checked by:|

Item/marks| |
Format/10| |
Abstract and Introduction/10| |
Figures and Diagrams/15| |
Materials and Method/10| |
Results Discussions/45| |
References/10| |
Total| |

Malaysia
22 October 2012

Table of Contents

Abstract2
1.0 Introduction2-3

2.0 Experiment Design4-5
2.1 Apparatus and Materials
2.2 Procedure

3.0 Results and Discussion6-7
3.1 Tables
3.2 Graphs

4.0 Analysis8-10

5.0 Conclusion and Recommendations10

References10

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ABSTRACT
This experiment “Torsion Testing” is design to investigate and compare the characteristic of brittle and ductile materials under the effect of torsion. At the meantime, the Torsional rigidity (GJ), Modulus of Rigidity (G) and the shear yield stress (for ductile materials, mild steel and brass is calculated. The values of GJ, G and  can be obtained through calculation and by rotating the specimen with the loading device, the torque experienced by the specimen is displayed. From this experiment, conductor is able to distinguish brittle and ductile material. Conductor understands...

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