bending stress

bending stress

[′ben·diŋ ‚stres]
(mechanics)
An internal tensile or compressive longitudinal stress developed in a beam in response to curvature induced by an external load.

bending stress

The tensile or compressive stress resulting from the application of a non-axial force on a structural member.
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