What is Stress?
What is Stress: Stress is defined as the resistance force acing per unit cross section area of the body. It is also defined as the ratio of applied load to the cross section area of the body.
In Another Word:
Stress is the force per unit area on a body that tends to cause it to change shape.
The Formula Of Normal Stress is:
Unit Of Stress:
In SI units, force is measured in newtons and area in square metres. This means stress is newtons per square meter, or N/m2.
Types Of Stress:
There are various types of Stress.
1. Normal Stress: The stress act perpendicular to the cross section area. Noraml stress divide into two part.
(A). Tensile Stress
(B). Compressive Stress
2. Compressive Stress: When the load applied on the body or push, the stress is known as Compressive Stress.