Stress strain curves, Mechanical Engineering

Stress Strain Curves (Tension):

When a bar or specimen is subjected to a gradually increasing axial tensile load, the strains and stresses can be found out for number of loading conditions and a curve is plotted up to the point at which the specimen fails. Giving what is generally known as stress strain curve. Such curves differ in shape for various materials.


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