There are four key mechanical properties obtained from a tensile test curve.
There are four key mechanical properties obtained from a tensile test curve:
Ductility (also called percent elongation), which is the permanent engineering strain after failure
Ultimate tensile strength (also called tensile strength), which is the maximum engineering stress
Yield strength, which is the engineering stress at which permanent deformation is first observed, calculated by 0.2% offset method.
Elastic modulus, Ductility, Ultimate tensile strength, and Yield strength