## Mechanics of Materials |

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From the data of a tension or compression test, it is possible to compute various

values of the stress and corresponding strain in the specimen and then plot the

results. The resulting curve is called the

...

From the data of a tension or compression test, it is possible to compute various

values of the stress and corresponding strain in the specimen and then plot the

results. The resulting curve is called the

**stress**-**strain diagram**, and there are two...

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specimen, resulting in a

reaches a maximum

**Strain**Hardening. When yielding has ended, a further load can be applied to thespecimen, resulting in a

**curve**that rises continuously but becomes flatter until itreaches a maximum

**stress**referred to as the ultimate**stress**, au. The rise in the ...Page 100

Draw the

in. /in. From the diagram, determine approximately the modulus of elasticity. Prob.

3-1 3-2. Data taken from a stress-strain test for a ceramic is given in the tabic.

Draw the

**stress**-**strain diagram**using scales of 1 in. = 0.5 ksi and 1 in. = 0.2(10"3)in. /in. From the diagram, determine approximately the modulus of elasticity. Prob.

3-1 3-2. Data taken from a stress-strain test for a ceramic is given in the tabic.

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