What Is Axial Loading?


Axial loading refers to the force acting or administered along the lines of an axis of an object. It is expressed as compression or tension and may be as a result of downward weight or induced conditions such as expansion caused by variations in temperatures.
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Axial load is a force that is exerted along the lines of an axis of a straight structural member. It is an essential mechanical force that is used to determine an ideal column in structural design. For more information on axial load, please visit efunda or composite-about.
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