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Module 2. Physics
A force perpendicular to a beam produces what type of stress?
•  compressive.
•  shear.
•  tensile.

bennguli asking:
•  i think the answer is tensile stress,becouse its given by force perpendicular to the cross sectional area/cross section area....kindly someone explain to me why SHEAR

Community comments: 2
arcana_force
Posts: 14
02.03.2018 / 20:03
Tensile stress would be parallel to the beam.
Tensile would try to stretch it apart. <----[////////]---->.
Compressive would try to compress it up. ---->[////////]<----
Shear it is.
adam86
Posts: 2
04.03.2019 / 13:36
Should be either tensile or compressive, as they’re forces perpendicular to the object. Shear is parallel to the object.
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