Problem Statement: EE Board April 1995
An iron steam pipe is 200 ft long at 0°C. What will its increase in length when heated to 100°C? Coefficient of linear expansion is 10 x 10^-6 ft/°C.
- A. 0.18 ft
- B. 0.12 ft
- C. 0.28 ft
- D. 0.20 ft
The increase in length of an iron steam pipe is 0.20 ft.
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