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An elevator weighs w and it is supported by a D diameter cable, L long.Â Â When the elevator carries a W load, the cable elongates ?L more.Â Â What is the modulus of elasticity, E , of the cable?Â Â Given: w = 15 kN, D = 20 mm, L = 175 m, W = 6.6 kN, and ?L = 25 mm An elevator weighs w and it is supported by a D diameter cable, L long. When the elevator carries a W load, the cable elongates ?L more. What is the modulus of elasticity, E, of the cable? Given: w = 15 kN, D = 20 mm, L = 175 m, W = 6.6 kN, and ?L = 25 mm Solution F = W+w A = pi*D^2/4 Y = FL/(A*deltaL) substitute to get answer .

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- An elevator weighs w and it is supported by a D diameter cable, L long.Â Â When the elevator carries a W load, the cable elongates ?L more.Â Â What is the modulus of elasticity, E , of the cable?Â Â Given: w = 15 kN, D = 20 mm, L = 175 m, W = 6.6 kN, and ?L = 25 mm An elevator weighs w and it is supported by a D diameter cable, L long. When the elevator carries a W load, the cable elongates ?L more. What is the modulus of elasticity, E, of the cable? Given: w = 15 kN, D = 20 mm, L = 175 m, W = 6.6 kN, and ?L = 25 mm Solution F = W+w A = pi*D^2/4 Y = FL/(A*deltaL) substitute to get answer

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