The uniform load case is what we discussed in the class as well as in the book — look at Figure 10.2 for example; none of the stresses were concentrated.

]]>by calculation the calculation, the cycles are coming out to be greater than for zero mean stress… and also for negatine mean stress the cycles are coming out to be lesser than for zero mean stress… plz. check ]]>

for concentrated force has been given?? ]]>

The ranges are so that you would plot baloons — as you might have noticed from so many property plots that we used in the class as well as from your textbook!

]]>But in case of weight loss, oxide film get detached from the surface and new surace is exposed for oxidation.Thus the oxidation takes place at constant rate to give linear weight loss.

]]>if the presentation is based on the same paper and all the figures that have been used in the paper are to be used till then we have to use the image courtsey for each figure??? ]]>

Yes; every figure, graph and data should be attributed unless they are from you or your own research. This is not just for our presentation; in any presentation, if there are no attributions, the audience will assume that they are your own. So, it is better in all presentations you make, to note the attributions properly.

Guru

]]>if i am giving presentation on a single research paper then what i am supposed to write (image courtsey) under the figure taken from the same paper? ]]>

we want to minimize the power loss but by using hybrid cables with core of copper, we are increasing the resistivity twice as coppper cable cable only..which inturn increases the power loss.. Is it minimises the power loss along providing the strength ? ]]>

I looked through the formula; I think the expression for the saturation magnetisation given in the book is not correct; I believe there should be no mu0 in the expression.

Guru

]]>The unit of Ms is coming out to be Wb/m^2 after solving problem but as per the book, it should come out to be A/m.. plz check that ]]>

Why is that? You are given diffusivity; you know how much of distance should the heat be conducted; given these two data, isn't it straightforward to find the time needed?

Guru

]]>I agree; it should be metre^{2} per second; I guess the book mistakenly gives the units of alpha, expansion coefficient for a, the thermal diffusivity.

Guru

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