Transcribed TextTranscribed Text

Continuous glass fiber composite is 60% by volume E-Glass Fibers and 40% epoxy resin Fiber Modulus of Elasticity = 75 Gpa Resin Modulus = 3.5 Gpa Tensile Strength Fiber = 2.5 Pga Tensile Strength Resin = 65 Mpa Note : Stresses parallel to fibers is iso-strain loading. Stresses perpendicular to fibers is iso-stress loading (a) Sketch thc compositc undcr iso-scrain loading and compute che modulus of elasticity. (b) For thc iso-scrain loading conditions in (a), compute the tensile strength ofthe composite. (c) For the iso-strain loading conditions in (a), compute the rraction ofload carrier by the fibers. (d) Sketch the composite under iso-stress loading and compute the modulus of elasticity ofthc compositc. (e) Compa re the modulus of elasticities for the composite under iso-strain and isostres loading. Use the figures to correspond the with the material descriptions in words En<rgy ■ Fifl<d~•- 0 Enlp) s,- D D .?eV1 - -- - --0-0-0-0 u r,, l u , . •. . • r .. • t ! j -.. ·- • 1 2 ,o c. • • • 1 • 1 - A. Low Dens ity Polye thy lene B. Linear-Low Dern,i1y Polyc:1hylcnc C. High Dcn~ity Polycthylcnc D. Chalk E. Pla,1ic wmer bonle F. Rubber band G. lso5trcss loading of compositc H. lsostain Joading of compositc l. p-type semiconductor J . n-type semiconductor u u e: --'\:_ '-~. ........ A polyethylene sample is synthesized with thousands of chains the text continues “degree of polymerization” --· · · ----- -- --o·----J-·-------r-,-- ·.r·-·- -- ·r-- ···- ·------ -· -·-·- UI fu1.1t,! lri.fth0 1 1;11,gc-.hb. "" ,., 1hc labk- ~ low. In tllb, prohlem • ...,e ..,iJI cak,jfolc M,. ~1~. lhc , M..JM,. a.nd thc-dc-.grc-oc(- tcb1llns 4.000 8,000 7'100 ZJIOO Mo l«u l:ar-Wc.itht Ran1,t' {!/ mo l) O- 5Jl00 ; ,roo . 1 n JlOO IOJIOO. ISJIOO ISJIOO • WJJOO (a) Onc •n,c( ' o( pol)'« hylcnc is show abo,'<. Calcul.1.ttci te molccuLrl wcight of onc rt'pCDt uruL (b} fore:!W:hn 1~ n10te1.'!uU '1l:. e,iJu. calcit111t1 1le1 \-l!flg,em ole..."Ul:~Jrt1 gt11. rno,e fn,.,-,,oo (XI. and Y't.tplt 1rac,.on (w): use l.hJSi.n formation to Calcuhucx , and "', " M, ' '\ I t11Mi w, w,M1 r.:~ M.,- l: n.Mt= M ..- (e:) Caku.t:ue thc: dcJrcc ()( pol)lma-iz;ai,on bn.'(: n>alc'flal.w ~uw b3ncl ~UUciun:1'a n., lo!,uw'tlb do\> . Ao u1"111dclbl ílnd (or p;in cheml~ d mnd\ lladin@m dic:Jte\ 10 '11l l11 cn«J:Yl cvcl Cheo: onIdI filkd - ~ • •hllftl:llu• M- A \C., ; 8 M fial C: (a) \1,1'1,ch,,f anv. 0 1 ill~ fmltn~I, 1 11m, etal l Dcs,,;r1~ how cl.~r10011. ool\dl1n: io11 omÍr! in o mc14l - (bl Wtn._h ,rmny, oftlx:sc mJtcn.t ls 1s • scm1conduct0<"O c,críbc 1woJ f'Proachc:s 111e h,....e, clec11'ftnaie> nduc'l111,,1q,1 [1,o~: >Jtlin¡1¡ mr11nti~- (e) 1·,r1.a,n ""lf'l'll-h In .. h,c, e clcclru rnc ainduct1<Jn ·n .a ,cm,ct>nduclnrthot m,o lHs aJd,og ímpunti~. - Ll,~ p-n ju■l'lirm, "'Lh ,hlkn.'11l l>iflll cl'rllll¡¡ur•t1om. r .. ,:-.u_-b ="" bb.:I d'lcd c,.11011 anJ hol.: 1Th:>Üllll.> lcwb thc 1-\ clla1a~i1..w¡ - • . , . 1 p n - p n ...._

Solution PreviewSolution Preview

This material may consist of step-by-step explanations on how to solve a problem or examples of proper writing, including the use of citations, references, bibliographies, and formatting. This material is made available for the sole purpose of studying and learning - misuse is strictly forbidden.

    By purchasing this solution you'll be able to access the following files:

    for this solution

    or FREE if you
    register a new account!

    PayPal, G Pay, ApplePay, Amazon Pay, and all major credit cards accepted.

    Find A Tutor

    View available Materials Science Tutors

    Get College Homework Help.

    Are you sure you don't want to upload any files?

    Fast tutor response requires as much info as possible.

    Upload a file
    Continue without uploading

    We couldn't find that subject.
    Please select the best match from the list below.

    We'll send you an email right away. If it's not in your inbox, check your spam folder.

    • 1
    • 2
    • 3
    Live Chats