mechanic of material

Engineering
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Oct 3rd, 2015

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Tensile force calculation To calculate the force, the given relation is used: Force=stress*area. The area to be used is the cross-sectional area of the material, not the area of the circular part, i.e A=pi*diameter*length.


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Sep 16th, 2015

Hi. Am just happy to help you. In your question, in case you need the answer in Newtons, here is what you should do: We know that 1Ksi=6.895MPa. Therefore, multiply the given Stress, 100Ksi by 6.895Mpa. This will give you 6895MPa. Also to convert inches to meters, use the expression: 1inch=0.0254meters. Thus, the area will be pi*0.5*0.0254*2*0.0254=0.002027m^2. Thus the Force is Stress*Area=6895*0.002027

Ans, F=13.976MPa or 14.0 to 3significant figures. You are free to contact me for more details, thank you.

Sep 16th, 2015

14.0Mpa

Sep 16th, 2015

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