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The shear force required should depend upon the shear area: $$N \pi \biggl(\frac{5}{16}''\biggr) \biggl(\frac{7}{16}''\biggr)$$ or number times circumference times height, since the side-walls of $N …
answered Aug 3 '15 by wwarriner
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What do the lines represent? Stress has units of force per area, so stress can be thought of as analogous to force flux. The lines represent force, and the density of lines represents force through a …
answered Mar 24 by wwarriner
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Performing the same calculations with the same values I obtain approximately 1275 kg. Hence there must be at least an arithmetic error in your calculations. As Dave Tweed pointed out in his answer, t …
answered Apr 24 '16 by wwarriner
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Summary: Both processes depend on relative solubility of solute between high and low temperature solvent phases. How each process proceeds at sub-microscopic scale is very different. Precipitation har …
answered Apr 26 '16 by wwarriner
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We use engineering strain even though it is not the "correct" value because in most cases, specifically in the elastic regime, engineering strain differs negligibly from true strain. For linear elast …
answered Nov 3 '15 by wwarriner
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Reading the paper, plastic buckling in this context means the collapse of micro-scale cells forming the structure of the wood, causing local buckling of the cell walls. The net effect of this is a glo …
answered Nov 6 '17 by wwarriner