The mechanical properties of the material refer to the behavior under the action of an applied load (external force) or a combination of load and environmental factors (temperature, medium, and loading rate).
Mechanical properties of metal
Commonly used mechanical performance index of metal
Yield strength, tensile strength, fracture strength
Percentage elongation,reduction of area, work-hardening exponential
elasticity modulus,elastic limit,proportional limit
BH, Vickers hardness,Rockwell hardness
static toughness, impact toughness, fracture toughness
fatigue strength, fatigue life, fatigue notch sensitivity
Stress corrosion critical stress field intensity factor,Stress corrosion cracking rate
1. Strength refers to the ability of a material to resist plastic deformation and fracture
Fs: The tensile force that the sample bears when yielding (N)
So: Original cross-sectional area of the sample (mm)
2. Tensile strength
The maximum tensile stress that the specimen withstands before breaking off reflects the resistance of the material to the largest uniform deformation.
Δb=Fb/SoΔb is often used as a seat for brittle materials and as a basis for design.