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Bicycle Materials Case Study

 

 

Bicycle Materials Case Study

                                   

 

Author:                                                Andrew
Cantrell

 

Project Advisor:                                 Professor
Tom Stoebe

 

Project Group Members:                  Firdaus
Khan

Ryan Oakes

Jeread Sines

 

Table of Contents:                             Summary

Bicycle Materials Case Study        

Application Requirements

Possible Materials

Physical
Principles

Material Selection

                                                            Conclusion & Future Prospects

                                                            Acknowledgements

                                                            References

                                   

Date Written:                                     June 12, 2003

 

Bicycle Materials Index:                    Back to Bicycle Materials main page

 

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