What is tension force?


Tension force is the force that is supplied by strings, chains and ropes. Tension forces are applied by pulling and are always directed along the length of the thing that is being pulled. Tension force is the opposite of compression force.
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When it comes to physics, tension is the magnitude of the pulling force exerted by a string, cable, chain or similar object on another object.
When you think of using a rope to move an object, do you think of pushing or pulling? Pulling, right? Well, that is a prime example of what is called tension force. You can find more information here: http://frank. mtsu. edu/˜phys2010/Lectures/Part_2__L6_-_L11/Lecture_9/Tension_Force/tension_force. html
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