Take a Quiz on Properties Of Metals1. The impact strength of a material is an index of its toughness tensile strength capability of being cold worked hardness fatigue strength2. In brittle material, normally, breaking stress is higher than ultimate stress lower than ultimate stress equals with ultimate stress none of the above3. Thermal strain of a body does not depend on length thermal coefficient change in temperature none of the above4. Thermal change of length of a metal is related to its thermal coefficient inversely proportional directly proportional directly square proportional none of the above5. In a brass specimen subjected to tension, which of the following can be obtained in stress-strain diagram ? upper yield stress lower yield stress plastic stress proof stress6. In ductile material ultimate stress is higher than true breaking stress lower than nominal breaking stress higher than nominal breaking stress but lower than true breaking stress higher than true breaking stress but lower than nominal breaking stress7. The property of a material which allows it to be drawn into a smaller section is called plasticity elasticity ductility malleability8. The loss of strength in compression due to sustained loading is known as hysteresis relaxation creep resilience bauschinger effect9. The maximum strain energy that can be stored in a body is known as impact energy resilience proof resilience modulus of resilience toughness10. The total strain energy stored in a body is termed as resilience proof resilience modulus of resilience toughnessBe sure to click Submit Quiz to see your results! Name Email Warning: Division by zero in /home/engine76/public_html/civildigital.com/wp-content/plugins/quiz-master-next/php/classes/class-qmn-quiz-manager.php on line 794 [mlw_quizmaster_leaderboard mlw_quiz=1] Posted byAnand PaulJuly 13, 2015 0Share: Related Articles Bentonite | Application of Bentonite Slurry in Civil Engineering Use Of Hydrogen Isotopes In Ground-Water Studies IRC Method Concrete Mix Design My frnds Btech seminar’s… Properties Of Metals Part 2 – Quiz and Interview QuestionsWhat is Resilience and Modulus of Resilience?