Subject: Will you increase the density of steel if you fold it in production
Date: Wed Oct 22 14:37:53 2003
Posted by Jeremiah
Grade level: undergrad
School: No school entered.
City: bend State/Province: oregon
Area of science: Engineering
A friend told me that if you take a piece of steel and pour it into a mold 1
foot by 2 foot by 3 feet. And take another piece of steel exactly like it, heat
it up and fold it. Then hammer it back to the original 1',2',3', that the
density of the folded piece would be more then the non-folded one. If d=v/m
then why would the folded piece be more dense?
Re: Will you increase the density of steel if you fold it in production
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