What are Viscoelastic Materials?
Polymers are viscoelastic materials, meaning that they can act as liquids, the “Visco” portion, and as solids, the “elastic” portion. Description of the viscoelastic properties of materials generally falls within the area called rheology. Determination of the viscoelastic behavior of materials generally occurs through stress/strain and related measurements. Whether a material behaves as a viscous or an elastic material depends on temperature, the particular polymer and its prior treatment, polymer structure, and the particular measurement or conditions applied to the material.
How to Calculate Tensile Strength given Cross-Sectional Area?
Tensile Strength given Cross-Sectional Area calculator uses Tensile Strength = Force Applied on Material/Cross Sectional Area to calculate the Tensile Strength, The Tensile Strength given Cross-Sectional Area formula is a measure of the ability of a polymer to withstand pulling stresses, which is usually measured by pulling a dumbbell specimen. Tensile Strength is denoted by TS symbol.
How to calculate Tensile Strength given Cross-Sectional Area using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Tensile Strength given Cross-Sectional Area, enter Force Applied on Material (F) & Cross Sectional Area (A) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Tensile Strength given Cross-Sectional Area calculation can be explained with given input values -> 3.000E-7 = 3/10.