Table of Contents

- 1 What is meant by equivalent von Mises stress?
- 2 How do you calculate von Mises equivalent stress?
- 3 What is the meaning of its equivalent?
- 4 Which of the following is also known as axial stress?
- 5 What is difference between equal and equivalent?
- 6 What is the significance of the von Mises stress?
- 7 What is axial stress QQ – y = 0?

## What is meant by equivalent von Mises stress?

Von Mises stress is a value used to determine if a given material will yield or fracture. The von Mises yield criterion states that if the von Mises stress of a material under load is equal or greater than the yield limit of the same material under simple tension then the material will yield.

### How do you calculate von Mises equivalent stress?

Von Mises Stress Calculator

- Formula. V = √(σx^2 – (σx * σy) + σy^2 + (3 *t^2))
- Stress – X Direction.
- Stress – Y Direction.
- Shear Stress XY.

**What is the other name of hoop stress?**

circumferential stress, or hoop stress, a normal stress in the tangential (azimuth) direction.

**What is equivalent stress strain curve?**

The equivalent stress-strain curve determined from the smooth round bar specimen should be corrected after diffuse necking, since tri-axial stress state occurs in the neck. The equivalent stress-strain curve of each individual material zone in a weldment can also be measured with the proposed procedure.

## What is the meaning of its equivalent?

1 : equal in force, amount, or value also : equal in area or volume but not superposable a square equivalent to a triangle. 2a : like in signification or import. b : having logical equivalence equivalent statements. 3 : corresponding or virtually identical especially in effect or function.

### Which of the following is also known as axial stress?

Which of the following is also known as axial stress? Explanation: The stress which is developed due to internal fluid pressure on the ends is known as longitudinal stress. As a result of longitudinal stress, the cylinder has a tendency to be turn away longitudinally. It is also known as axial stress.

**What is equivalent strain?**

Equivalent strain A scalar quantity called the equivalent strain, or the von Mises equivalent strain, is often used to describe the state of strain in solids. Several definitions of equivalent strain can be found in the literature.

**What is the difference between engineering and true stress strain curve?**

The curve based on the original cross-section and gauge length is called the engineering stress-strain curve, while the curve based on the instantaneous cross-section area and length is called the true stress-strain curve. This shows the cross-section of the specimen has changed during the experiment process.

## What is difference between equal and equivalent?

Equal is defined as, “being the same in quantity, size, degree, or value.” Whereas equivalent is defined as, “equal in value, amount, function, or meaning.” In the above problem 5 x 3 is equal to 5 + 5 + 5, but they’re not necessarily equivalent.

### What is the significance of the von Mises stress?

Von Mises stress is a value used to determine if a given material will yield or fracture. It is mostly used for ductile materials, such as metals. The von Mises yield criterion states that if the von Mises stress of a material under load is equal or greater than the yield limit of the same material under simple tension —…

**What is von Mises theory in piping?**

In piping stress analysis and structural beam design Von Mises Stress theory is applied to make the piping or structural beams safe from various loading conditions. Difference between Von Mises theory and Maximum Shear Stress theory As distortion is always associated with shear stress; there is some similarities between both the failure theories.

**What is an equivalent stress value based on distortion energy?**

Von Mises stress is an equivalent stress value based on distortion energy to decide if a ductile material will fail (yield or fracture) under a given loading condition.

## What is axial stress QQ – y = 0?

q – Y = 0 (von Mises criterion). If you have purely uniaxial stress conditions, the axial stress and the equivalent stress are (or should be) the same. An axial stress higher than the von-Mises equivalent stress indicates that you have multiaxial stress conditions.