Q: What nominal cross sectional area?

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Volume = cross sectional area * lengthArea = 2* cross sectional area + perimeter of cross section * length

If the diameter doubles (x2), the cross-sectional area quadruples (x4).

Other things being equal, more cross-sectional area will cause less resistance.

Because the volume of the cylinder is proportional to the cross sectional area of the cylinder. The cross sectional area is a circle and the area of a circle is pi*r2.

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direct stress is based on the value obtained by dividing the load by originalcross-sectional area. That is the reason why the value of stress started dropping after neck is formedin mild steel (or any ductile material).But actually as material is stressed itscross-sectional area changes. We should divide load by the actual cross-sectional area to get truestress in the material. To distinguish between the two values we introduce the terms nominal stress and true stress True Stress =Load/ActualCross-sectionalArea Nominal Stress =Load/Original Cross-sectionalArea

Volume = cross sectional area * lengthArea = 2* cross sectional area + perimeter of cross section * length

The cross sectional area of a slab can be found by squaring the height of the slab.

Cross Sectional Area = Width x Average Depth

cross-sectional area = 0.5*(sum of parallel sides)*height

reduction ratio= initial cross sectional area/final cross sectional area

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The answer depends on whether the cross sectional radius/diameter are doubles or the cross sectional area is doubled.

The answer depends on whether the cross sectional radius/diameter are doubles or the cross sectional area is doubled.