How to Calculate Tensile Strength?


Tensile strength refers to the force required to pull something such as rope, wire, or a structural beam to the point where it breaks. The unit of measure of tensile strength is Newton per square meter (N/m2).
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You stretch test specimens in a prescribed manner (ASTM) and make note of what force failure occurs. The tensile strength is that force divided by the cross-sectional area.
After you plot the graph, the highest stress value is the tensile strength. To find the true tensile strength, take the final load value (not stress) and divide by the cross sectional
1. You will require a polymer sample for measuring. Get the sample after considering the length in cm and the thickness in mm. 2. Tensile strength is generally measured in N/cm2.
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