beam bending,deflection,buckling,mechanics of solid, Formulas and forms for Mechanics. Indian Institute of Technology (IIT)
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ESO204: Mechanics of Soilds

Stress strain curve

ESO202A: Mechanics of Solids

Uni-axial loading So far we had

studied the cases of three rods made of the same material.

Uni-axial loading The bars were

loaded by forces applied at the ends and we were interested in the relative motion between the points of application of forces

Uni-axial loading & Deformation We define : Stress = Load/ Initial Area Strain = Change in length per unit length

With this definition, we get identical stress versus strain curves for bars 1,2 and 3.

Uni-axial loading & Deformation

For small strains, we observed that the stress and strain are linearly related. We defined:

Modulus of elasticity = Stress/Strain

(We use E to denote the modulus of elasticity).

Typical E for steel = 200 X 109 N/m2

Typical values of modulus of elasticity

Material E (GPa) 1 Pa = 1 N/m2

1 GPa = 109 N/m2

Steel & Iron 194-205

Aluminum 69

Brass 103

Cast Iron 69-138

Wood 10

Soft Rubber .0014-.005

Tensile test The most

important test of a material’s mechanical response is the tensile test.

Tensile test In a tensile

test, one end of a rod or flat specimen is clamped in a loading frame and the other subjected to a controlled displacement or load.

Tensile test A displacement transducer connected in series with the specimen gives an indication of the change in length between two gage marks

Tensile test

Specimen grips Attaching displacement transducer

Tensile test Figure shows the two gage marks and the change in length between the two gage marks

Tensile test In general, axial

extension is accompanied by a decrease in cross sectional dimensions.

Engineering stress and strain The Engineering stress and strain are defined on the basis of the initial specimen cross-sectional area A0 and gage length L0 .

Engineering stress and strain Engineering Stress σe = Load / A0 Engineering Strain εe = Change in length / L0

True stress and strain The specimen cross-sectional area A and

gage length L keep changing as the load is applied. These changes have a negligible effect except during the final stages of the test.

True Stress σtrue = Load / A True Strain εtrue = Change in length / L

Tensile testing machine

Tensile testing machine- grips

Tensile testing machine- Attaching displacement transducer

Tensile testing machine- Chart recorder

Video Link

Tensile testing of Aluminum specimen

Specimen after failure

Specimen after failure

Necking

Load displacement (stress strain curve)

Engineering stress-strain curve The initial

portion (up to proportionali ty limit) is a straight line.

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