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5 Pages Essays / Projects Year: Pre-2020 Previously uploaded under: ENGG100 - Introduction to Engineering

Abstract – The purpose of a tensile test is to calculate tensile strength, percentage elongation and percentage reduction of area after fracture, it is fundamental for understanding properties of different materials and how they behave under load. This report discusses a tensile test conducted on two specimens; mild steel and aluminium steel. The experiment results showed that mild steel obtains higher tensile strength in comparison to aluminium. The results of both the samples were compared to national standards and complied.

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