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i want poission ratio,youngs modulus of crankshaft for ambassador ....

Published On : Feb 5, 2014 kandha
Category : Ambassador
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Well that's a bit of mechanical theoretical question. But no one goes from our website without getting a proper answer. So here it is: Young's modulus (E) is the ratio of tensile strength (σ) and extensional strain ( Σ ) , mathematical representation is given below: E=σ/Σ= FL / AΔL. While the Poisson's ratio is defined as the transverse to axial strain. In simple words, when any material is compressed in one direction, it usually tends to expand in the other two directions perpendicular to the direction of compression.

Now as the crankshaft of ambassador is made up of steel alloy that uses different high strength materials.In the past, carbon steel alloy was not used while now the cranks mainly uses high strength alloy material. So would you please tell us, is your ambassador before or after the year 2000 and what type of masking and grooving is done, as there several types been used since 1958.

By Arun on Thursday, February 6, 2014 10:48:42 AM
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