how does stress-strain curve for aductile material differ from that of a bittle materials...

Asked by yash | 8th Jan, 2014, 09:58: PM

Expert Answer:

The stress - strain curve for a ductile material:
 
A material like copper is known as ductile. It will flow, and can be drawn out into a wire without fracture.
 
Stress - strain curve for brittle materials:
 

A brittle material is one like cast iron which will stretch and then break.
 

Answered by Komal Parmar | 9th Jan, 2014, 11:09: AM

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