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Engineering - Steel Report
Engineering and Construction
Pages 5 (1255 words)
Steel Report Insert name (s) Course Instructor’s name Course Code Date of Submission Contents Introduction 3 Experimental Procedure 3 Analysis and results 6 Data Interpretation 9 Conclusion 9 References 10 APPENDIX A: Stress versus strain curves 11 APPENDIX B: Specimens after testing 12 Steel Report Introduction The aim of this report is to determine mechanical properties and ductility of steel reinforcing bars that are often used as tensioning materials in construction.
According to Degarmo and Black (2003, p.56), reinforced bars with high ductility and tensile strength are often preferred because they allow the materials to be rolled, drawn or made longer without breakage. Generally the tensile strength of reinforcing steel can be measured by dividing the cross sectional area of the steel tested by the stress exerted on the material. The amount of stretching force (N) needed to break the test material can then be measured and recorded. Experimental Procedure The tensile testing experiment involved calculating mechanical properties of three specimen samples of reinforcing steel bars which were designated as N12, R12 and RW11.9. Some of the main mechanical properties that were tested include yield stress, modulus of elasticity, elongation, tensile strength, ductility and reserve length. Specimen N12 was a hot rolled deformed bar that was derived from a microalloy TEMCORE material. Generally such steel alloys are made by adding expensive alloys such as Silicon, Carbon, Manganese and Vanadium to the steel. ...
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