Nominal stress and true stress, Mechanical Engineering

Nominal Stress and True Stress:

Nominal stress is the ratio of force per initial cross sectional area (original area of cross section).

Nominal stress = Force / initial area of cross-section  =  P / A0

True stress is ratio of force per actual cross sectional area taking lateral strain into consideration.

True stress = Force / Actual area of cross-section = P /A

Posted Date: 10/20/2012 7:42:55 AM | Location : United States







Related Discussions:- Nominal stress and true stress, Assignment Help, Ask Question on Nominal stress and true stress, Get Answer, Expert's Help, Nominal stress and true stress Discussions

Write discussion on Nominal stress and true stress
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
temparature stresses in composite bars

Explain compton effect snd its significance

Rankine cycle with respect to P-V, T diagrams: The steam having high pressure is expanded to a low pressure within a reciprocating engine or a turbine. If expansion is idea

which car body are the most hard when crash never unbroken part. can you explain this answer obviously sir

A rectangular plate has two holes of dimensions shown and is released from the position shown. The plate is hinged about a horizontal axis and can rotate in the vertical plane. An

Find out change in length of circular bar of uniform taper Sol.: The stress at any cross section can be found by dividing load by area of cross section and extension can be

Voltage: The voltage is the potential difference between two points. The current flows from higher potential to lower potential. Voltage is measured in volts (V). V = IR

1. Produce the SW parts for the lugs, connector and tubes. Produce an assembly to FIT at the designated points. 2. Create your own, individual, blank, customised drawing te

Q. Firing Rate Demand for Steam Generator? The firing rate for each Steam Generator is proportional to the feedwater flowing into that Steam Generator. Thus, the sum of the pa