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Fatigue Strength of materials

The fatigue limit or endurance limit is the stress level below which an infinite number of loading cycles can be applied to a material without causing fatigue failure. Ref The yield is the point on a ...
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How is a carbon fiber chassis made one piece?

they mold it.Carbon fiber is fiber straight up and dry. epoxy and glues hold them together...A mold is formed and pieces are built in increments then its cured in an oven.
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What happens to insulation?

The difference between an "insulator" and a "conductor" is subjective. All materials transfer heat and reflect some heat at a boundary. Insulating materials are chosen because ...
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What happens to insulation?

If you see at molecular level the mechanism responsible for heat transfer,the adjacent molecules transfer vibration energy with their neighboring molecules,which results in heat transfer. Condition in ...
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Is half of depletion region a part of N region or P region?

Not true. The depletion region width depends on the doping. You can think that the non-moving +charge ("the bound charge") in the depleted N side has as much charge as the depleted area in ...
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