This energy is converted to kinetic and potential energy of the jumper when the tension is removed. Similarly, when a piece of elastic in a catapult is stretched energy is stored in it, and when the catapult is fired this energy is convened into the kinetic energy of the projectile. What actually happens within some of the materials mentioned in the examples may be quite complex, but we can calculate the energy stored in a stretched metal wire where Hooke's law is obeyed as follows. Let the wire be of unstretched length L and let a force F produce an extension e.
Plastic Region[ edit ] In this region between points 2 and 3the rate at which extension is increasing is going up, and the material has passed the elastic limit - it will no longer return to its original shape when the load is removed, and will no undergo plastic permanent deformation.
After point 1, the amount of stress decreases due to necking at one point in the specimen.
The material will now 'give' and extend more under less force. At point 3, the material has been fractured and so no further measurements can be taken. Other Typical Graphs[ edit ] In a brittle material, such as glass or ceramics, the stress-strain graph will have an extremely short elastic region, and then will fracture.
There is no plastic region on the stress-strain graph of a brittle material.
Questions[ edit ] N of force are exerted on a wire with cross-sectional area 0. How much stress is being exerted on the wire? Another wire has a tensile strength of 70MPa, and breaks under N of force.
What is the cross-sectional area of the wire just before breaking? What is this strain, expressed as a percentage?
The wire was 0. What is the Young's Modulus for the material the wire is made of? Glass, a brittle material, fractures at a strain of 0. Sketch the stress-strain graph for glass. Extra nasty question which you won't ever get in an exam What is the toughness of glass?
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