Hooke’s law is the behavioural principle of elastic materials where how the deformations are taken place in the elastic materials with respect to the applied load. Once the applied load crosses the elastic limit, the material will not obey the Hooke’s law. Hooke’s law stated that The strain in a solid body is directly proportional […]

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## Stress Strain Curve | Stress Strain diagram

To study the behaviour of any material which is subjected to a load, it is possible by relating the stress with strain while gradually increasing the load. the graph between the stress and strain is known as Stress strain Curve. Stress strain curve If we draw a graph between stress and strain while applying a […]

## What is Inertia? | moment of inertia

In the study of a moving object, the concept of Inertia is the internal resisting force that helps the body to stop at a point after removing the influence of the external force. Now you have an idea of what is inertia. Let’s have a deep look into it. What is Inertia? By definition Inertia […]

## Poisson ratio | Definition of Poisson’s ratio

Poisson ratio is used to measure the Poisson effect. which is the phenomenon of the behaviour of the material tends to expand in the perpendicular direction to the applied load. Here is the straight definition of the Poisson ratio Mathematically Poisson ratio is expressed as the ratio of Lateral strain to its Linear (Longitudinal) Strain […]

## What is Regardless of feature size (RFS) in GD&T?

In Design of any machine elements, it is necessary to follow the Geometric dimensioning and tolerancing for the Holes or shafts. The Regardless of feature size(RFS) is the feature of the size where it can be called out for a hole or a shaft when there is no need of MMC or LMC. Regardless of feature […]

## What is Least Material Condition (LMC) in GD&T?

In Design of any machine elements, it is necessary to follow the Geometric dimensioning and tolerancing for the Holes or shafts. The Least Material Condition(LMC) is the feature of the size where it can be called out for a hole or a shaft (If it is Hole based system, LMC callout will be on Shaft if […]

## What is Maximum material condition (MMC) in GD&T?

In Design of any machine elements, it is necessary to follow the Geometric dimensioning and tolerancing for the Holes or shafts. The maximum material condition is the feature of the size where it can be called out for a hole or a shaft (If it is Hole based system, MMC callout will be on Shaft if […]

## What are the Mechanical properties of materials in Engineering?

The Design of any Machine elements will be started at the Material selection and the study of the Mechanical Properties of Materials. Following are the different mechanical properties of materials. Let’s see each of them. Mechanical Properties of Materials 1. Elasticity The ability to deform with respect to the applied load and regain its original […]

## Fuel Tank Calibration in Automobiles

Automobiles in the present day are highly advanced. No need to introduce it. The developments are very high in terms of engine capacity, efficiency, BHP, lighting, braking and much more. The area of the automobile where there is a higher scope of development is “FUEL TANK AND ITS CALIBRATION”. Till date, there are only very few technologies […]

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