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12-11-10, 05:11 AM #23
Thanks for providing this link. It's very useful for me and my students. I have downloaded.
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09-15-11, 10:46 AM #24
Good day I need to find some technical data in scientific journals and I hope that people here acknowledged with science will be able to help me.
1. The tensile strength of carbon nanotubes and Aerogels, what it is equal to?
2. The general and basic information about Space Elevator.
3. Amount of Space Debris, especially at very high altitudes, such as 40 000 km and higher.
4. The amount of Solar constant near the Earth
5. Data about Young's modulus for various materials.
I KNOW that these data are available in internet; however I was asked to use the references from textbooks or peer-reviewed materials. Can you help me in it?
09-15-11, 10:59 AM #25
09-15-11, 11:07 AM #26
You should be able to get E values for most materials from Machinery's Handbook and/ or Kempe's.
But, unless you want considerable amounts of other engineering data you'd be better off downloading tables from the 'web.
Both of those books are fairly expensive and have a large page count.
Here's a good start:
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