Simple Stresses and StrainsPlease enter your mail id before submitting to get the correct answers on your mail.1. “Shear strain” is defined as Rate of change of angle Change in angle between two planes Change in angle between planes at right angles Distortion of fibers2. Factor of safety for a ductile material is the ratio of Ultimate stress to yield stress Ultimate stress to working stress Breaking stress to working stress Yield stress to working stress3. For metals which don’t have well-defined yield point, the proof stress is determined by drawing a line parallel to the initial tangent at an offset of 0.2 percent 0.5 percent 1.00 percent 2.0 percent4. A “strut” is a member, which is primarily subjected to Axial compression Axial tension Flexural compression Flexural tension5. The stress at a point is a Vector Scalar Tensor None of these6. Strain in a direction at right angles to the direction of applied force is known as Volumetric strain Shear strain Lateral strain None of these7. Which of the following is considered as a true characteristic yield stress for mild steel? Proof stress Ultimate stress Upper yield stress Lower yield stress8. The stress based on actual area of cross section during tension stage of a mild steel specimen is called Nominal stress Normal stress True stress Yield stress9. Variation of strain of a material at constant stress is Relaxation Creep Shrinkage Hysteresis10. The ability of a material to absorb large amount of energy is Ductility Hardness Toughness ResilienceBe sure to click Submit Quiz to see your results!Please enter your mail id to get the correct answers on your mail. (We don't misuse or display your mail id to anyone) Name Email Time is Up!