Civil Engineering - Theory of Structures - Discussion

Discussion Forum : Theory of Structures - Section 1 (Q.No. 11)
Stress may be expressed in Newtons
per millimetre square (N/mm2)
per centimetre square (N/cm2)
per metre square (N/m2)
All of the above.
Answer: Option
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Abdul Halim said:   2 years ago
Stress= force per unit area
So, a unit of force is Newton and unit of area is m^2.
Stress = N/m^2.

Wiki said:   8 years ago
I think all 1st 3 options should be correct as not mentioned unit system.

If anyone got clearly please post comment.

Md. Easir Arafat said:   6 years ago
Option "D" should be changed as All of the above. Both the 3 options are right.

Pavan said:   10 years ago
The unit of force in NEWTON and area is expressed as square millimeter.

Nitish Kumar said:   6 years ago
Because I think that about stress unit in general use 200MPA or GPA.

Sukumar maloth said:   6 years ago
According to me, All the three given options are correct.

Dilip said:   7 years ago
Answer should be any of these rather than none of these.

Umesh rajak said:   5 years ago
It is the right answer because stress =F/A.

Azy said:   10 years ago
Stress= F/A => it can be [A], [B], [C].

Saurabh & aman said:   7 years ago
I think the answer is all of the above.

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