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Creep Test Determination Using Differential Calculus

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Creep Test Determination Using Differential Calculus1CREEP TEST DETERMINATION USING DIFFERENTIAL CALCULUSBy NameCourseInstructorInstitutionLocationDate
Creep Test Determination Using Differential Calculus2Task two I,Explain in words how you can use differential calculus to calculate the creep strain rate froma set of data for creep strain as a function of elapsed time. State any standard rules that youwould need to apply in obtaining your result.Your answer should be no more than 200words. You do not need to include equations, but you can include general equations if ithelps with your description.(5 marks)SolutionDifferential calculus helps to obtain afunction which gives the outputs of therate of variationof one inconstant factor with respect to another one[CITATION Mic15 \p 200 \l 1033 ].itmay be applied in very many areas such as in the determination of how a material behavesunder some kind of stress or even providing the behavioral characteristic of a materialthrough a slope.Creepis defined as the behaviour of a material which is solid in nature to slowly orpermanently deform when it is exposed to some kind of mechanical stress. The deformationis described by its rate which is influenced by its material properties, the temperature underwhich it is exposed and even the time taken during the deformation among others functions.Significantly to the deformation is the size of the applied stress and time which gives thestrain.Creep deformation always takes place after a period of stress application thus being timedependent. Since differential calculus helps us to obtainto obtain afunction which gives theoutputs of therate of variationof one inconstant factor with respect to another one, we will beable to apply it in the determination of creep strain rate[CITATION Bah09 \p 644 \l 1033 ].
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