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1) what is tensile strength of material?
2) what is stress ?
3) what is strain ?

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1) what is tensile strength of material? 2) what is stress ? 3) what is strain ?..

1)Maximum longitudinal load/stress carrying capacity of a
member at failure.
2)The net Resistance force acting per unit area is called
stress.
3) change in dimension to the original dimension is called
strain

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1) what is tensile strength of material? 2) what is stress ? 3) what is strain ?..

The tensile strength of a material is the maximum amount of
tensile stress that it can be subjected to before failure.
Stress is force per area - strain is deformation of a solid
due to stress.

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1) what is tensile strength of material? 2) what is stress ? 3) what is strain ?..

maximum amount of tensile stress subjected by the material before it failure is tensile strength.
When a material is subjected to an external load a resistance force is set up within the body ,the internal resistance force per unit area acting on particular surface is stress.
change in the dimension or deformation of a solid due to stress is strain.

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1) what is tensile strength of material? 2) what is stress ? 3) what is strain ?..

1.It is the maximum load carrying capacity of a member in
the longitudinal direction.
2.stress is the internal resistance offered by the body when
the force is applied.
3.strain is the deformation of body due to stress.

 Is This Answer Correct ? 5 Yes 1 No

1) what is tensile strength of material? 2) what is stress ? 3) what is strain ?..

1) Tensile sterngth of a material is defined as ratio of tensile load to area of c/s.Tesile load mean load applied in longitudinal direction
2)internal resistance offered by a material per unit area of c/s
3)Ratio of change in dimension to original dimension i.e., nothing but deformation due to stress

 Is This Answer Correct ? 5 Yes 1 No

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