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Team Members: Zack Reinman Cristhyan Alfaro Travis Robinson Daniel Gilardoni Engineering 45 Dec, 2009 SRJC

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Our primary goal was to study the relationship between the deformation of metals and there resistances Our secondary goal was study how annealing the metals would affect the resistance

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Cold working started earlier than 5000 BC Current applications involve shaping and hardening Cold working is still done Byora USA Corporation Bellevue, WA Byora USA Corporation Stalcop Thorntown, IN Stalcop o Coldform, Inc. Terryville, CT Coldform, Inc.

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Cold rolling, drawing, deep drawing, & pressing Takes place at room temperatures Grain shapes deform allowing for increase in resistivity

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Apply Heat to metal New Grains Grow Resistance decreases

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We wanted to cold work large sample and measure its resistance with a Wheatstone bridge Did not have high enough quality materials to build the circuit.

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In order to use multimeter, we had to get a resistance that was in the range the multimeter can detect. To increase the resistance of the object we reduced its cross-sectional area, and increase its length.

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Small cross section to increase resistivity No wheatstone bridge--- use multimeter

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Calculate desired length for R >1 Cut and measure diameter and resistance

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Cold work sample Measure dimensions and resistance

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Things were a little tricky because we were going from round wire to a flat ribbon

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Copper Conductivity (1/omh*m)Length (m)Area (m 2 ) Theoretical R (ohms) Expermental R (ohms)% Error Sample 16.00E E % Sample 26.00E E % Sample 36.00E E % Copper CW% CWLength (m) Conductivity (1/omh*m)Area (m 2 ) Theoretical R (ohms) Experimental R (ohms) R Change Due to CW (ohms) Sample E E Sample E E Sample E E

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Average R Change =106% Average CW =17%

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Brass Conductivity (1/omh*m)Length (m)Area (m 2 ) Theoretical R (ohms) Expermental R (ohms)% Error Sample 11.60E E % Sample 21.60E E % Sample 31.60E E % Brass CW% CW Conductivity (1/omh*m) Length (m)Area (m 2 ) Theoretical R (ohms) Expermental R (ohms) R Change Due to CW (ohms) Sample E E Sample E E Sample E E Average % R Change Due to about 20% CW=44%

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Average R Change = 44% Average CW=20%

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UnknownLength (m)Area (m 2 )Recorded R (ohms) Experimental Conductivity Sample E E+06 Sample E E+06 Sample E E+06 Avg 3.19E+06 Guessed metal---Chromel Conductivity=1.3X10 6 (1/ohm*m) Unknown% CWLength (m)Area (m 2 ) Determined Conductivity Theoretical R (ohms) Expermental R (ohms) R Change Due to CW (ohms) Sample E E Sample E E Sample E E

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Average R Change=50% Average CW=17%

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Find Annealing temperature for our three samples Determine the temperature we want to use We decided on 450 degrees F

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We didn’t see any results so… Changed temperature to 650 degrees F Changed from metal to glass due surface area and heat capacity

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Color Dimensions We later found our annealing temperatures were too low… Melting temp for: copper = 1983F Brass= 1710F

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