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The force applied on a body per unit area is known as stress. Its unit is N/m2.

The ratio of change in dimension to original dimension is called strain. It is a ratio, hence it has

no unit.

What is elasticity?

The property of the body to regain its original shape and size, after the removal of the applied

stress.

Effect of stress Effect of change in temperature Effect of Impurities Effect of hammering, rolling

and annealing Effect of crystalline nature.

The beam is loaded uniformly on its both ends, the bent forms an arc of a circle and elevation is

made on the beam. This bending is called uniform bending.

The bodies which regains its original shape or size after removal of the deforming force are

called elastic bodies.

Youngs modulus is defined as the ration of longitudinal stress to the longitudinal strain.

It states that within the elastic limit, the stress generated within the body is proportional to the

strains. Stress/strain = constant.

The ratio of stress to strain is a constant and is known as modulus of elasticity.

Youngs modulus is defined as the ratio of the longitudinal stress to the longitudinal strain.

What is a beam?

When the length of the rod of uniform cross-section is very large compared to its breadth such

that the shearing stress over any section of the rod can be neglected, the rod is called a beam

Due to depression, the upper or concave side of the beam becomes smaller than the lower or

convex side of the beam, As a result longitudinal strain is produced. The change in length will be

dure to forces acting along the length of the beams. These forces will give rises to longitudinal

stress.

How do you ensure that in your experiment your elastic limit is not exceeded?

The consistency in the readings of depression both for increasing and decreasing the loads

indicates that in the elastic limit is not exceeded.

When a beam is bent, its top surface becomes concave while the bottom surface becomes

convex. Between the two surfaces of the bent beam there is a layer, whose length remains

unaltered. This is called neural layer.

What is the change produced in depression when the thickness of the bar is doubled?

If thickness is doubled, then the depression is reduced to 1/8 of its previous value.

What is the change produced in depression when the breadth of the bar is doubled?

If breadth is doubled, then the depression is reduced to l/2 of its previous value.

Which dimension breadth, thickness, or length of the bar should be measured very

carefully and why?

The thickness of the bar should be measured very carefully since its magnitude is small and it

occurs in the expression in the power of three. An inaccuracy in the measurement of the

thickness will produce the greatest proportional error in Youngs modulus.

Newton/m^2

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