Aim Aim of this lab work is to understand the thermal conduction in solids Objectives Following are the objective of this lab work of thermal conduction in solids 1. To measure the thermal conduction of copper 2. Plotting the thermal conductivity characteristic curve for composite wall comprising of aluminum and copper
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Beams are the structural members which are designed to take load applied laterally to beam axis. Load applied to the beam try to produce deflection in beam whose magnitude vary along the length of the beam. There are many different types of the beam available like simply supported beam, cantilever beam and overhanging beam. Reaction of a beam when external load is applied on it depends on the type of beam, shape of beam and material from which beam is being is made.
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Just like beams, strut and columns are also structural members but unlike beams, strut and columns are designed to take axial loads. Strut and column both are design to take axial load, difference between both of them is the length of each with respect to its cross section. If length of the member is larger as compared to the cross section then that member is called strut and when length of the member is short as compared to the cross section then that member is called column. In both of the cases there is a particular load above which the strut and column will show some buckling that load is called the critical load. Critical load is the factor which influences the design of the strut and column. Critical load of strut and column can be calculated from the following formula made for a particular condition called both ends pined. Critical load of strut and column can be calculated from the formula How to calculate Critical load of strut and column In order to find the critical load