In an "I" beam, this is in the same place as the centroid
This occurs at the point of zero shear
This is the first region of a stress-strain curve.
The Modulus of ______________ is represented by the letter "E"
These materials are easily broken.
These materials are stronger and can withstand higher stresses.
This machine was used to apply forces to rods until they ruptured (abreviation)
This is the largest amount of stress a material will undergo before it begins to fail.
The 0.2% _____________ method is a way to measure the yield point on a curve.
The Modulus of ___________ is the area under the elastic portion of the curve.
The Modulus of ___________ is the area under the entire curve.
This is the ratio of the lateral and longitudinal strains
Percent ________ is the amount that a material changes in length compared to its original length.
This point on the stress-strain curve is where the curve flattens out before reaching strain hardening.
This modulus is the ratio of shear stress to shear strain.
The moment of __________ is a body's tendency to resist angular acceleration.
________________ moment of inertia is used to calculate an object's ability to resist torsion
At the nuetral axis, this is at its maximum.
The bending stress has this value at the outer fibers of a beam.
At this limit the stress is the same as the strain.
The engineering failure stress is the point that is calculated, but the ____________ stress is the actual point.
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