Stresses and strains, Mechanical Engineering

The round tensile specimen given  below has a diameter of 0.5 in. A load, F, is applied and the deflection, g , is calculated. Given the following                   

d = 0.5 in

Lo   = 10 in

F = 5 kip

g = 0.022 in

Determine E (elastic modulus) for the material of the specimen. Also,  Determine the axial tension, σa  ,  in the specimen and the  engineering axial strain,  € .  Suppose that stresses and strains are in the elastic range of the stress-strain diagram.



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