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Strength of Materials

Diagram and Explanation

September 6, 2016 Pankaj Mishra 0 Comments Material Sience, Mechanics of

About the stress strain curve

price drop price drop relationship, diagram and

explanation. stress strain

curve is the graphical

representation of the stress

against strain for a ductile Search

material. A tensile test is

conducted in order to get

the stress strain diagram.

What is

Stress Strain Curve?

Stress strain curve is the plot of stress and strain of a material or metal on

the graph. In this the stress is plotted on y- axis and its corresponding

strain on the x-axis. After plotting the stress and its corresponding strain

on the graph, we get a curve, and this curve is called stress strain curve or

stress strain diagram. The stress strain curve for di erent material is

di erent. It may vary due to the temperature and loading condition of the

material.

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A tensile test is done on the material for the drawing the stress strain web page. In

curve. A specimen of speci c dimension is taken generally a circular

rod. A tensile test is than conducted on this rod by the use of tensile

testing machine. Types of

In this test, the specimen is xed at one ends and tensile load is Milling

applied on the other end. The value of load and the extension in the Cutters

rod is noted down. As we have noted down the load and extension, Used in

the stress and the corresponding strain can be easily calculated. Machining

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We plot a graph between the stress and strain and a curve is Machining

obtained. This curve so obtained is called the stress strain curve or (ECM) –

stress strain diagram. Working

The stress strain curve for the same material is di erent for di erent Principle, Equipment,

temperature and loading condition of the material. Advantages and

In the graph the slope represents the young’s modulus of the Disadvantages with

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Stress strain curve has di erent regions and points. These regions and

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It is the region in the strain curve which obeys hooke’s law i.e. within elastic

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limit the stress is directly proportional to the strain produced in the

material. In this limit the ratio of stress with strain gives us proportionality Machine Design

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It is the point in the graph upto which the material returns to its original

position when the load acting on it is completely removed. Beyond this

limit the material cannot return to its original position and a plastic

deformation starts to appear in it. The point A is the Elastic limit in the

graph.

Yield point in a stress strain diagram is de ned as the point at which the

material starts to deform plastically. After the yield point is passed there is

permanent deformation develops in the material and which is not

reversible. There are two yield points and it is upper yield point and lower

yield point. The stress corresponding to the yield point is called yield point

stress. The point B is the upper yield stress point and C is the lower yield

stress point.

handle before failure. It is the maximum strength point of the material that

can handle the maximum load. Beyond this point the failure takes place.

Point D in the graph is the ultimate stress point.

It is the point in the stress strain curve at which the failure of the material

takes place. The fracture or breaking of material takes place at this point.

The point e is the breaking point in the graph.

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