M4.16 Determine the increase in length of a steel bar whose length 100 in, if the bar is heated fromroom temperature of 70°F to 500°F. Use Table 4.1from the book for reference. Round to the nearest1000th of an inch Table 4.1 Volumetric properties in U.S. customary units for selected engineering materialsCoclicient of ThermalExpansion, aCx10F10Melting Point, TDensity, pg/emMaterialMetalsAluminum2.70(0.098)(13.3)660(1220)24Copper8.97(0.324)171083(1981)(94)Iron7.87(0.284)12.1(6.7)1539(2802)Lead11.35(0.410)29(621)(16.1)327Magnesium1.74(0.063)26(144)650(1202)Nickel8.92(0.322)13.3(7.4)(2651)1455Steel(0.284)7.8712(6.7)aTin7.3(0.264)23(12.7)232(449)Titanium4.51(0.163)8.6(4.7)1668(3034)Tungsten19.30(0.697)4.0(2.2)3410(6170)Zinc7.15(0.258)40(22.2)420(787)Ceramics and SiliconGlass2.5(0.090)1.8-9.0(1.0-5.0)Alumina3.8(0.137)9.0(5.0)2072(3762)Silica2.66(0.096)0.55(0.31)1600(2912)Silicon2.33(0.085)2.6(1.4)1414(2577)PolymersPhenol resins1.3(0.047)60(33)NylonPolyethyleneI.16(0042)100(55)260(500)0.92(0.033)180(100)115(240)Polystyrene1.05(0.038)70(39)240(464)Polyvinylchloride140(0.051)50(28)212(414)Compiled from. 121.131. 141. 15). and other sourcesMelting tesmperature depends on compositionLow-density polyethyleneChemically degrades at high temperanures because it is a thermosetting polymer, ocher polymers listed are thermoplastic

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M4.16 Determine the increase in length of a steel bar whose length 100 in, if the bar is heated from
room temperature of 70°F to 500°F. Use Table 4.1from the book for reference. Round to the nearest
1000th of an inch
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M4.16 Determine the increase in length of a steel bar whose length 100 in, if the bar is heated from room temperature of 70°F to 500°F. Use Table 4.1from the book for reference. Round to the nearest 1000th of an inch

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Table 4.1 Volumetric properties in U.S. customary units for selected engineering materials
Coclicient of Thermal
Expansion, a
Cx10F10
Melting Point, T
Density, p
g/em
Material
Metals
Aluminum
2.70
(0.098)
(13.3)
660
(1220)
24
Copper
8.97
(0.324)
17
1083
(1981)
(94)
Iron
7.87
(0.284)
12.1
(6.7)
1539
(2802)
Lead
11.35
(0.410)
29
(621)
(16.1)
327
Magnesium
1.74
(0.063)
26
(144)
650
(1202)
Nickel
8.92
(0.322)
13.3
(7.4)
(2651)
1455
Steel
(0.284)
7.87
12
(6.7)
a
Tin
7.3
(0.264)
23
(12.7)
232
(449)
Titanium
4.51
(0.163)
8.6
(4.7)
1668
(3034)
Tungsten
19.30
(0.697)
4.0
(2.2)
3410
(6170)
Zinc
7.15
(0.258)
40
(22.2)
420
(787)
Ceramics and Silicon
Glass
2.5
(0.090)
1.8-9.0
(1.0-5.0)
Alumina
3.8
(0.137)
9.0
(5.0)
2072
(3762)
Silica
2.66
(0.096)
0.55
(0.31)
1600
(2912)
Silicon
2.33
(0.085)
2.6
(1.4)
1414
(2577)
Polymers
Phenol resins
1.3
(0.047)
60
(33)
Nylon
Polyethylene
I.16
(0042)
100
(55)
260
(500)
0.92
(0.033)
180
(100)
115
(240)
Polystyrene
1.05
(0.038)
70
(39)
240
(464)
Polyvinylchloride
140
(0.051)
50
(28)
212
(414)
Compiled from. 121.131. 141. 15). and other sources
Melting tesmperature depends on composition
Low-density polyethylene
Chemically degrades at high temperanures because it is a thermosetting polymer, ocher polymers listed are thermoplastic
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Table 4.1 Volumetric properties in U.S. customary units for selected engineering materials Coclicient of Thermal Expansion, a Cx10F10 Melting Point, T Density, p g/em Material Metals Aluminum 2.70 (0.098) (13.3) 660 (1220) 24 Copper 8.97 (0.324) 17 1083 (1981) (94) Iron 7.87 (0.284) 12.1 (6.7) 1539 (2802) Lead 11.35 (0.410) 29 (621) (16.1) 327 Magnesium 1.74 (0.063) 26 (144) 650 (1202) Nickel 8.92 (0.322) 13.3 (7.4) (2651) 1455 Steel (0.284) 7.87 12 (6.7) a Tin 7.3 (0.264) 23 (12.7) 232 (449) Titanium 4.51 (0.163) 8.6 (4.7) 1668 (3034) Tungsten 19.30 (0.697) 4.0 (2.2) 3410 (6170) Zinc 7.15 (0.258) 40 (22.2) 420 (787) Ceramics and Silicon Glass 2.5 (0.090) 1.8-9.0 (1.0-5.0) Alumina 3.8 (0.137) 9.0 (5.0) 2072 (3762) Silica 2.66 (0.096) 0.55 (0.31) 1600 (2912) Silicon 2.33 (0.085) 2.6 (1.4) 1414 (2577) Polymers Phenol resins 1.3 (0.047) 60 (33) Nylon Polyethylene I.16 (0042) 100 (55) 260 (500) 0.92 (0.033) 180 (100) 115 (240) Polystyrene 1.05 (0.038) 70 (39) 240 (464) Polyvinylchloride 140 (0.051) 50 (28) 212 (414) Compiled from. 121.131. 141. 15). and other sources Melting tesmperature depends on composition Low-density polyethylene Chemically degrades at high temperanures because it is a thermosetting polymer, ocher polymers listed are thermoplastic

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