Tensile strain, Mechanical Engineering

Tensile Strain:

When the tensile load acts on body then there will be decrease in cross sectional area and an increase in length of body. The ratio of increase in length to original length is called as tensile strain.

et  δL/L

 

1988_Tensile Strain.png

The strain is caused in the direction of application of load is called as longitudinal strain. Another term lateral strain is strain in direction perpendicular to the application of load that is, δD/D

 

 

 

Posted Date: 10/20/2012 7:36:23 AM | Location : United States







Related Discussions:- Tensile strain, Assignment Help, Ask Question on Tensile strain, Get Answer, Expert's Help, Tensile strain Discussions

Write discussion on Tensile strain
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
Assets Markets and the LM Curve The assets markets are the markets in which money, bonds, stocks, houses and other forms of wealth are traded. There are a large variety of asse

Austempering: The component to be hardened is initialy austenised and after that quenched into a lead or salt bath held at just over the martensite transformation temperature

Q.What is Erosion-Corrosion in Steam Service? Depending on the steam quality, Let-down valves are subject to erosion-corrosion when pressure drop exceeds 1000kPa. Hard facing i

HOW TO CALCULATE OUTPUT TORQUE OF HELICAL GEAR BOX

Punches Figure: Punches A bar which carries a sharp point at one end and used to make a permanent mark on a part is called punch. The point is hard and tempered so tha

All shell and head joints shall be double-welded butt joints with full penetration. In cases where double welding is impractical, the root pass shall be made by the GTAW process.

Perfect Frame - Truss: Perfec t Frame The frame that is composed of such members, which are sufficient to keep the frame in equilibrium, when the frame is sustaining the

Nominal Strain and True Strain: Nominal Strain is ratio of change in length per initial length.  Nominal strain =  Change in length / Initial length = Δ L /   L

explain ways of representing alternative quantities;1)phasor representation 2)graphical representation 3)complex waves 4)addition and subtraction of sine wave

With the aid of a sketch, describe the motion of a solid particle settling in a liquid and discuss the effect on it of applying a centrifugal force. Define the terms Separating