8. Requirements:

From the data collected from the tensile test:
a) Plot load-elongation (P - 6) curve.
b) Plot stress-strain (o - £) curve.
c) Calculate Young's Modulus of Elasticity, E (from the elastic region, i.e. up to proportional limit).
d) Find the yield stress oy, if not clear, use the 0.2% offset method.
e) Find the ultimate tensile strength ou.
f) Find the fracture (rupture) strength OF.
g) Find the percent elongation.
h) Find the of reduction in cross section area.
i) Discuss the percent results by comparison with the published materials data; Find the material of the specimen used in the tensile test.

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