Simple Stresses and Strains

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1. “Shear strain” is defined as
2. Factor of safety for a ductile material is the ratio of
3. 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
4. A “strut” is a member, which is primarily subjected to
5. The  stress at a point is a  
6. Strain in a direction at right angles to the direction of applied force is known as
7. Which of the following is considered as a true characteristic yield stress for mild steel?
8. The stress based on actual area of cross section during tension stage of a mild steel specimen is called
9. Variation of strain of a material at constant stress is
10. The ability of a material to absorb large amount of energy is

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