Two Straight Metallic Strips Each Of Thickness t and Length L are rivetted together. Their Coefficients Of Linear Expansions Are   If They Are Heated Through Temperature , The Bimetallic Strip Will Bend To Form An Arc Of Radius:

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Two straight metallic strips each of thickness t and length L are rivetted together. Their coefficients of linear expansions are   If they are heated through temperature , the bimetallic strip will bend to form an arc of radius:


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