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CHAPTER 1

1.1. Load

external forces arising from the service conditions or environment in which the component

works. If the component or member is in equilibrium, the resultant of the external forces will

be zero but, nevertheless, they together place a load on the member which tends to deform

that member and which must be reacted by internal forces which are set up within the

material.

If a cylindrical bar is subjected to a direct pull or push along its axis as shown in Fig. 1.1,

then it is said to be subjected to tension or compression. Typical examples of tension are the

forces present in towing ropes or lifting hoists, whilst compression occurs in the legs of your

chair as you sit on it or in the support pillars of buildings.

P P

~.~/Area A

J

Stress or = P / A

',,.._ j

1

P P

Tension Compression

engineering terms, is a very small load. In most engineering applications, therefore, loads

appear in SI multiples, i.e. kilonewtons (kN) or meganewtons (MN).

There are a number of different ways in which load can be applied to a member. Typical

loading types are:

(a) Static or dead loads, i.e. non-fluctuating loads, generally caused by gravity effects.

(b) Live loads, as produced by, for example, lorries crossing a bridge.

(c) Impact or shock loads caused by sudden blows.

(d) Fatigue, fluctuating or alternating loads, the magnitude and sign of the load changing

with time.

2 Mechanics of Materials w

It has been noted above that external force applied to a body in equilibrium is reacted by

internal forces set up within the material. If, therefore, a bar is subjected to a uniform tension

or compression, i.e. a direct force, which is uniformly or equally applied across the cross-

section, then the internal forces set up are also distributed uniformly and the bar is said to be

subjected to a uniform direct or normal stress, the stress being defined as

load P

stress ( o ) =

area A

Stress r may thus be compressive or tensile depending on the nature of the load and will be

measured in units of newtons per square metre (N/m 2) or multiples of this.

In some cases the loading situation is such that the stress will vary across any given section,

and in such cases the stress at any point is given by the limiting value of 6P/6A as ~iA tends to

zero.

If a bar is subjected to a direct load, and hence a stress, the bar will change in length. If the

bar has an original length L and changes in length by an amount ~L, the strain produced is

defined as follows:

change in length 6L

strain (8)=

original length L

Strain is thus a measure of the deformation of the material and is non-dimensional, i.e. it has

no units; it is simply a ratio of two quantities with the same unit (Fig. 1.2).

Strain r

P ~ m m ~

Fig. 1.2.

Since, in practice, the extensions of materials under load are very small, it is often

convenient to measure the strains in the form of strain x 10 -6, i.e. microstrain, when the

symbol used becomes #e.

Alternatively, strain can be expressed as a percentage strain

~L

i.e. strain (8) = ~ x 100 %

Tensile stresses and strains are considered POSITIVE in sense producing an increase in

length. Compressive stresses and strains are considered NEGATIVE in sense producing a

decrease in length.

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