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### 32N19-IJAET0319440 v7 iss1 283-291 100%

Table 1 Nomenclature corresponding to current PLS International Standard EN45 Equivalent Grades IS DIN 55Si2Mn90 55Si7 BS 250A53 AISI 9255 Table 2 Composition of various elements in 55Si2Mn90 Grade 55Si2Mn90 C% 0.55 Si% 1.74 Mn% 0.87 Cr% 0.1 Mo% 0.02 P% 0.05 S% 0.05 Table 3 Material Properties of existing PLS (55Si2Mn90) [18] PARAMETER Young’s Modulus (E) Poisson’s Ratio Tensile Strength Ultimate Tensile Strength Yield Density Thermal Expansion VALUE 200GPa 0.3 1962 MPa 1500 MPa 7850 kg/m3 11x10-6 / oC The parabolic leaf spring taken into consideration is of TATA-ACE-HT having a Max Gross Vehicle Weight of 1550 kg.

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### 2008 96%

Modulus of section 2. ... elastic modulus c.

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### IJETR2067 93%

and biomechanical property indexes, such as cross-section, elastic modulus, flexural rigidity, and bending strength.

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### 2006 92%

Modulus of rupture d.

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### IJEART03303 92%

The various properties such as fineness modulus, specific gravity, void content and void ratio of river sand, fly ash and GGBS is found out.

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### Mat Final Equations adapted 89%

Chapter 5 Usage Notes Diffusion Flux Steady-State Diffusion Nonsteady-State Diffusion Constant Surface Composition Chapter 6 Temperature Dependence of diffusion coefficient Usage Engineering Stress Engineering Strain Shear Stress Hooke's Law - Stress and strain Relation Shear Modulus - Shear stress &

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### A Brief in The Resilient Composite Systems (RCS) & ECRLC 88%

The Resilient Composite Systems (R.C.S.) could be counted as "The Methodically Reinforced Nonlinear Porous Materials", also having the high specific modulus of resilience in flexure.

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### IJETR2220 86%

moisture content, Modulus of rupture (MoR), Modulus of Elasticity (MoE) and water resistance showing pass standard results as per Indian Standard IS:

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### Pinarello Prince (59) 85%

In order to it's found form constructed from high Modulus near incorporate as well as together with Pinarello's highly regarded and very particular person ONDA as well as incorporate Forks.

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### 2014 Lamour ACSNano 83%

On the basis of previous studies on yeast prions that correlated high intrinsic fragmentation rates of ﬁbrils with prion propagation eﬃciency, it has been hypothesized that the nanomechanical properties of prion amyloid such as strength and elastic modulus may be the distinguishing feature.

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### physics syllabus 83%

Experiments based on using Vernier calipers and screw gauge (micrometer), Determination of g using simple pendulum, Young’s modulus by Searle’s method, Specific heat of a liquid using calorimeter, focal length of a concave mirror and a convex lens using u-v method, Speed of sound using resonance column, Verification of Ohm’s law using voltmeter and ammeter, and specific resistance of the material of a wire using meter bridge and post office box.

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### CE-2009 83%

(B) 1 and i (C) 1 and -i (D) i and -i (B) 1.4MPa (C) 0.14MPa (D) 0.014MPa (B) 0.7fck (C) 5000 fck (D) 0.7 fck (A) Shape factor (B) Plastic section modulus (C) Modulus of resilience (D) Rigidity modulus For limit state of collapse, the partial safety factors recommended by IS 456:2000 for estimating the design strength of concrete and reinforcing steel are respectively (B) 1.0 and 1.0 (C) 1.5 and 1.15 (D) 1.5 and 1.0 The point within the cross sectional plane of a beam through which the resultant of the external loading on the beam has to pass through to ensure pure bending without twisting of the cross-section of the beam is called (A) Moment centre 9.

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### SOM Formulas 82%

ζ α ε Stress - ζ Linear Strain – ε Therefore, ζ = Eε P ζ = --------A Where E Modulus of Elasticity or Young’s Modulus.

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### ElasticComposite,ReinforcedLightweightConcreteAsATypeOfRCS 82%

Through employing this integrated structure, with significant high strain capability and modulus of resilience in bending, we could constructively achieve high bearing capacities in beams with secure fracture pattern, in less weight.

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### IJEAS0403013 82%

Mechanical properties as compressive strength, splitting tensile strength, modulus of elasticity and ultrasonic pulse velocity were evaluated.

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### Maths sheet-1 82%

Complex Numbers sheet 1) Find the output of the following operations performed on complex numbers 2+𝑖 𝑎) 𝑖+1 d ( 2 √3− 𝑖 g) 10 + 1 𝑖 10 ) (2 + 𝑖)(1 − 𝑖) 3−2𝑖 j) (−2 − 3 𝑖) (−3 + 4𝑖) (1−𝑖 )6 b) (1 − √3 𝑖) c) e) (1 + 𝑖)5 f) (1 + √3 𝑖) (𝑖 − 1)7 h) 1 𝑖(3+2𝑖)2 (−2−3 𝑖) k) (−3+4𝑖) (𝑖+1)7 5 i) l) (√3+√2 𝑖)3 (√2−√3𝑖) 1 (−3+4𝑖) 2) Find the modulus ( |Z |) and the argument ( arg(Z) ) for next complex numbers 3) 𝑎) 𝑍 = (1 − 𝑖) b) 𝑍 = 11𝑖 c) 𝑍 = − d) 𝑍 = (−2 + 2√3𝑖) e) 𝑍 = −4𝑖 f) 𝑍 = 𝜋 4 1 2 Find the roots of complex numbers where 𝑎) 𝑍 3 = −8 d) 𝑍 4 = (−2 − 2√3𝑖) b) 𝑍 3 = 27𝑖 e) 𝑍 3 = 4√2𝑖 − 4√2 1 c) 𝑍 2 = (−1 + √3 𝑖) f) 𝑍 6 = 64𝑖 Complex Numbers sheet g) 𝑍 6 = −64𝑖 j) 𝑍 3 = √2 2 − 4 h) 𝑍 8 = −16 √2 2 1 2 i) 𝑍 = − √3 𝑖 4) Given Z= cos(3) + sin(3) 𝑖 prove that 1 + 𝑧 = (1 + 𝑧)𝑧 5) Calculate (cos(2) + sin(2)𝑖 + 1)𝑛 6) Given :

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### Materials 82%

FLEXURAL MODULUS: TENSILE MODULUS: CRYSTALLINITY:

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### Materials 82%

FLEXURAL MODULUS: TENSILE MODULUS: CRYSTALLINITY:

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### Speciality Surgical Gloves - Nulife 82%

+91-22 6261 1111 | info@mrkhealthcare.com | www.nulife.com Latex Surgical Gloves Latex Surgical Gloves Sterile Powdered Special Features Lower modulus for better comfort Low powder content that minimizes skin irritation Thicker gloves for enhanced safety +91-22 6261 1111 | info@mrkhealthcare.com | www.nulife.com Latex Surgical Gloves Latex Examination Gloves Sterile Powderfree (Chlorinated / Polymer Coated) Special Features Lower modulus for better comfort Powder free gloves for eliminating the possibility of skin irritation Thicker gloves for enhanced safety +91-22 6261 1111 | info@mrkhealthcare.com | www.nulife.com Ultra Nulife Beadless Gloves Latex Surgical Gloves Sterile Powdered Beadless (Ultra Nulife) Special Features Bead-less cuff for improved gown grip and to prevent roll down Micro rough surface for better instrument grip during operation Reinforced cuff area to prevent tearing while donning gloves Enhanced comfort and flexibility Optimum moisture content:

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### Math in CS 81%

67 5.3 Arithmetic with an Arbitrary Modulus .

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### IJETR011740 81%

Additions of high modulus nano particles to Aluminum alloys offer the potential to develop a lightweight composite with high mechanical properties.

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### IJEAS0403020 81%

- Laboratory assessment of in-situ Pulse velocity Core Density, Compressive strength Modulus of Elasticity Split Tensile strength Rapid chloride permeability Residual pH III.

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### IJETR2286 79%

Table 3.1 Main parameters of each layer of soil Internal friction Poisson Cohesion (kPa) Bulk modulus (MPa) angle (°) ratio Shear modulus (MPa) 1 1.00 19.00 10.00 12.00 0.33 34.07 13.07 2 1.90 19.50 31.30 14.40 0.35 54.03 18.01 3 4.60 19.10 23.30 17.90 0.32 54.20 22.17 4 5.10 19.00 10.98 25.41 0.31 85.87 36.15 5 2.60 18.50 0.00 32.00 0.30 114.75 52.96 6 6.00 19.50 24.64 18.75 0.32 164.02 63.20 7 3.20 19.60 8.70 19.60 0.32 176.62 72.25 8 5.60 19.00 0.00 33.11 0.28 164.55 84.85 Because there is reinforcement in the coagulation component (revetment pile, crown beam) that have the concrete of grade C30, the elasticity modulus is 33.6GPa.

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### LDUnit6 76%

of states in counter is called as modulus.

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### CE-2007 75%

Q.7 For an isotropic material, the relationship between the Young’s modulus (E), shear modulus (G) and Poisson’s ratio (µ) is given by ( A) G = E 2(1 + µ ) B E= ( ) G 2(1 + µ ) C G= E (1 + 2µ ) D G= E 2(1 − µ ) ( ) ( No part of this booklet)may be reproduced or © All rights reserved by GATE Forum Educational Services Pvt.

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