## Shear stress | Definition, limitation and application

You take the bunch of papers in your hand. Take at least 100 paper than only you will able to visualize. Try to bend them, you will notice the paper

## Bending stresses | Definition, limitation, and application

In the park near your home, you might have seen the sea saw. Kids enjoy playing with this. But what happens when adults ride on it? It fails. What leads

## Relation between elastic constants

You must be knowing different elastic constants, like the modulus of elasticity, rigidity, bulk modulus, and Poisson’s ratio. These are different elastic moduli having different meanings. But all these elastic

## Homogenous and Isotropic material

Before starting the strength of the material, you need to clearly understand homogenous and isotropic material as you keep making these assumptions about the material. In this post, you will

## Hooke’s law- A Stress-Strain Relationship | Formula & Explanation

If you are looking for Hooke’s law, you must be familiar with the stress-strain behavior of the material. We plot the stress versus strain curve for the material to know

## What is the modulus of rigidity?

While reading the strength of the material, we come across different moduli. One of these moduli is the modulus of rigidity. In this article, we will see the definition of

## Newton Raphson Method: Overview, Formula and Easy graphical interpretation

Suppose you need to find the square root of 16 and being very poor in mathematics; your friend will give you three chances to come to the right solution. Will

## Know the most important mechanical properties of materials needed

Do you wonder how diamonds can be cut into two pieces if they are one of the hardest materials? Do you often get confused with the different properties of materials

## How to draw the stress strain curves for Brittle material & Mild Steel ?

Can you answer how a white chalk stick will break when you apply load in an axially outward direction? Do you know the difference between various stress strain curves? Do

## Perpetual Motion Machine – First, Second & Third kind

What if I say there is a machine that produces energy continuously without any energy input? What if I say there is a machine that is 100% efficient? The answers