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Larry Jeffus
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What would be the tensile strength in pounds per square inch of a specimen measuring 0.375 in. thick and 1.0 in. wide if it failed at 27,000 lb?

To determine

The stress acting on the specimen.

Explanation

Given data:

Thickness of specimen, t = 0.375in

Width of specimen, w = 1.0in

Load applied = 27000lb

Solution:

Area of the given specimen is,

  A=t×wA=0.375×1.0A=0

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