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(Alpha steel= 11 x 10^-6/ K; Alpha copper= 17 x 10^-6/ K)

The ends of a steel rod exactly 1.3 cm^2 in cross section area are held rigidly between two fixed points at temperature of 30 degrees Celsius. Determine the pull in the rod when the temperature drops to 20 degrees Celsius. ( E steel= 2.28 x 10^11 Pa; Alpha steel= 11 x 10^-6/K)

Steel rails in sections of 12.00 m are laid at a temperature of 25 degrees Celsius. What gap must be placed between sections if the highest temperature expected in the region is 40 degrees Celsius. (Alpha steel= 11 x 10^-6/ K)

A 5 liter steel can is filled with turpentine at 40 degrees Celsius. How much of the liquid will spill at 60 degrees Celsius?

(alpha steel = 12 x 10^-c/ degrees Celsius; Omega temperature= 97 x 0^-5/ degrees Celsius)

A brass sheet has a circular hole of diameter 8.8 cm at 20 degrees Celsius. To what temperature must it be heated to fit a cylinder of diameter 8.82 cm. (Alpha brass= 19 x 10^-6/ degrees Celsius)

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