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Tensile strength: Quiz

  







Question 1: For example, when a ________ draws water from its roots to its upper leaves by transpiration, the column of water is pulled upwards from the top by capillary action, and this force is transmitted down the column by its tensile strength.
PlantWoodForestTree

Question 2: The ________ is pounds-force per square inch (lbf/inĀ² or psi); oftentimes kilo-pounds per square inch (ksi) are used to shortened the numbers.
United States customary unitsEnglish unitsImperial unitsCanadian units

Question 3: Brittle materials such as concrete and ________ do not have a yield point, and do not strain-harden which means that the ultimate strength and breaking strength are the same.
AramidCarbon fiberNylonAsbestos

Question 4: When testing metals, ________ correlates linearly with tensile strength.
Rockwell scaleVickers hardness testIndentation hardnessBrinell scale

Question 5: (See also ________, which can be thought of as the consequence of water being "pulled too hard".)
CavitationFluid dynamicsSonoluminescenceWater tunnel (hydrodynamic)

Question 6: Tensile strength is measured in units of force per unit ________.
SphereTriangleAreaPolygon

Question 7: It is specified for materials such as alloys, composite materials, ________, plastics and wood.
CeramicCeramic materialsCeramic engineeringSolid

Question 8: Tensile strength, along with elastic modulus and ________, is an important parameter of engineering materials used in structures and mechanical devices.
AluminiumCorrosionZincChlorine

Question 9: ________ and alloy steels do not show this effect.
Rolling (metalworking)Blanking (metalworking)AluminiumWork hardening

Question 10: This is due to the interaction of carbon atoms and ________ in the stressed steel.
DislocationMaterials scienceCrystal structureMetal
















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