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Hi all, What is a tensor? Can any give a practical use of it? How it is different from Vector? Thank You, Yaswanth
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Suggest some designs that can be a contest for 3rd year college students. The materials that will be used are recycled...
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Firstly, this is a great forum! Maybe this is more of a mechanical engineering question, but ... Can someone...
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Hi All, I have a stress strain curve, which have strain(in/in) on x axis and stress in Y axis(Psi). Here I want...
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Can anyone tell me how to find the reactions of this structure? If not by summing forces and moments, then how? I'm...
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To anyone who saw my previous thread about COF in steel, I think I was beating down the wrong track. What I'm really...
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