Chapter 3 Elasticity and Strength of Materials. References 1-Physics in biology and Medicine 3 rd e, Paul Davidovits 2- web sites 3- College Physics, 7 th e, Serway. Classification of matter. Matter is normally classified as being in one of three states:
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Chapter 3 Elasticity and Strength of Materials
1-Physics in biology and Medicine 3rd e, Paul Davidovits
2- web sites
3- College Physics, 7th e, Serway
A vibrating atom can be viewed as being bound
in its equilibrium position by springs attached to
neighboring atoms. A collection of such atoms
and imaginary springs is shown in Fig.1.
energy E stored in the spring is given by
a collision is 6×10−3 sec and the
Body of mass of 70 kg, Dt = 10−2 sec
Decelerating force, F
For A =1000 cm2
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