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How do you calculate the diameter of a wire?
calculate the dia of strain. calculate no. of strain. now dia of wire=no. of strain*dia of strain calculate the dia of strain. calculate no. of strain. now dia of wire=no. of strain*dia of strain ...
When you press a key on a piano what happens inside it to create a sound?
The key of a piano connects to a system of levers which moves a small hammer that strikes a wire inside the piano. The wire will then vibrate and make a sound. That sound is then amplified by the wooden body of the piano, which resonates with the wire. ...
Asked in The Twilight Saga, Twilight Breaking Dawn
What the name Edward Cullen play piano at breaking dawn?
In Breaking Dawn: Part Two, Edward plays "Love Death Birth" on the piano.
Asked in Mechanical Engineering
Is Piano wire the same as music wire?
Yes. Piano wire is tempered high-carbon steel wire, but is not coated so appears dull gray. Music wire is tempered high-carbon steel wire coated and polished for use on stringed instruments (e.g. hammer dulcimer). However, music wire may also refer to the aforementioned piano wire. Their tensile strengths are identical. ...
Asked in Mechanical Engineering, Kinematics
How do you convert rope breaking strain to working load limit?
To convert breaking strain to safe working load you must establish a safety factor (SF). Assume SF of 10. If a line has a breaking strain of 1 tonne then you should only suspend or load the line to a strain of 100Kg (1000Kg/10) A common SF for normal use is 6. If human loads are in use then SF 10 is more common. ...
What is the biggest piano?
I assume you are asking this refering to commercially available pianos rather than a world record breaking piano. A concert Grand piano is the biggest piano Concert Grand Piano Grand Piano Baby Grand Piano Upright Piano ...
Asked in Science
What is the definition of stress and strain as applied to a wire?
stress is the ratio of internal restoring force to the area of cross section of the wire .in general internal restoring force is equal to the applied force . stress=force applied/ area of cross section. and strain is the ratio of change in dimension to the original dimension. therefore strain = change in dimension / original dimension. ...
Asked in Tuning Forks
Is it true that a piano tuners listen to the beat of frequency between then tuning fork and the wire are tuning?
yes it is true that they do that because iplay the piano
Asked in Drew Barrymore
What matireal of Drew Barrymore's wings in ever after?
"They were made with piano wire and organza..
Asked in Percussion Instruments, Piano
How can the piano play?
Pianos produce music using keys, those keys trigger hammers on arms within the body of the Piano. The hammer swings up, strikes a piano wire, and the vibration produces a tone. When you combine these tones by pressing various keys in planned methods, you produce music. There are also pedals at the base of the piano which can be used to alter the sound made when the hammer strikes the metal piano wire. ...
Asked in Parachutes
Anti aircraft parachutes used on ships piano wire with parachutes on each end of the wire.?
This does not ask a question or make a statement that is easy to understand. ...
Asked in Physics
What is the stress strain and elongation of a wire if it is 80cm long and 0.03 cm in diameter used to hang an object weighing 6.5 x 10-2 Newton?
The stress is 0.065 newton, plus a component at each point that's due to the weight of the wire below that point. That component depends in turn on the density of the material of which the wire is formed. The strain and elongation both depend on the ductility of the material of which the wire is formed. ...
What are the release dates for Hot Off the Wire - 1960 Piano Prodigy 1-15?
Hot Off the Wire - 1960 Piano Prodigy 1-15 was released on: USA: 10 January 1961 Finland: 1 February 1962 ...
Asked in Chemistry, Chemical Bonding
What is an example of an example of metallic bonds?
any piece of metal. Copper wire. The atoms of copper are holding the wire together with metallic bonds. Bend the wire and the metal bonds let the shape change without breaking the wire. ...
Asked in Mechanical Engineering
When does the yield strength of a rectangular metal wire say stainless steel or titanium wire increase?
If you work it beyond the yield point then you raise the yield point in a process called strain hardening ...