Mechanics & Materials 2

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  • Created by: l10lasan
  • Created on: 01-10-16 18:04
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  • Materials & Energy
    • Energy
      • Gravitational potential
      • Kinetic
        • Energy changes
          • Gravitational potential
      • Chemical
      • Elastic potential
      • Transfer
        • Work done
          • Work
            • Force & displacement
            • Definition
            • Force-distance graphs
              • area under graph
        • Heat transfer
        • Electromagnetic radiation
      • Power
        • definition
        • Engines
          • Motive power
        • Output power
        • Efficiency
    • Work
      • Force & displacement
      • Definition
      • Force-distance graphs
        • area under graph
    • Materials
      • Density
        • definition
        • how to measure it
        • alloys
      • Springs
        • Hooke's Law
        • In parallel
        • In series
        • Energy stored
        • Spring constant
      • Deformation of solids
        • Tensile
          • Stress
            • Definition
            • Unit
            • Young's Modulus
              • Strain
                • Definition
                • Stress
                  • Definition
                  • Unit
                  • Young's Modulus
                    • Strain
                      • Definition
                      • Stress-Strain curves for diff. materials
                        • Loading
                        • Unloading
                        • Metal wire (spring)
                        • Rubber band
                        • Polythene
                • Stress-Strain curves for diff. materials
                  • Loading
                  • Unloading
                  • Metal wire (spring)
                  • Rubber band
                  • Polythene
        • Compressive
    • KEY WORDS
    • EQUATIONS

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