The time dependent deformation due to heavy load over time is known as creep.
In general both stress and temperature influence on the rate of creep.Normally creep strength decreases with temperature.
Allowable creep strain can be specified - typical 0.1 %/year for steel bolts and piping
Forces, acceleration, displacement, vectors, motion, momentum, energy of objects and more.
Loads - forces and torque, beams and columns.
Calculate pipes internal, allowable and bursting pressure.
Typical composition of AISI steels.
Common materials and average ultimate compression and tension strength.
Some typical properties of engineering materials like steel, plastics, ceramics and composites.
The influence of temperature on the strength of metals.
Elastic properties and Young's modulus for metals and alloys like cast iron, carbon steel and more.
Shear Modulus (Modulus of Rigidity) is the elasticity coefficient for shearing or torsion force.
Mean Time Between Failure - MTB and reliability of machine components and systems.
SAE steel bolts - grades ranging grade 1 to 8.2 - proof and tensile strength.
The tempering process of hardening steel.
Stress is force applied on cross-sectional area.
Stress is force per unit area - strain is the deformation of a solid due to stress.
Threaded bolts tensile stress area.
Weight rating of threaded hanger rods.
Tensile strength and proof loads SAE bolts.
Young's Modulus (or Tensile Modulus alt. Modulus of Elasticity) and Ultimate Tensile Strength and Yield Strength for materials like steel, glass, wood and many more.
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