Bamboo has greater tensile strength (or resistance to being pulled apart) than steel, and it withstands compression better than concrete. However, untreated bamboo will swell from water absorption, significantly lowering its effectiveness.
Bamboo's tensile strength is roughly 28,000 per square inch versus steel's 23,000.
Yes. Actually... a diamond is NOT 'stronger' than steel. A diamond is 'harder' than steel, but it is not stronger.
why is steel stronger than aluminium?
no wood is not stronger than steel. yes becasue steel is stronger than wood.
titanium is stronger than steel.
Yes, by all means steel is stronger than ice.
yes cast iron is stronger than steel.
Steel is three times heavier and stronger than aluminum
yes they are 5 times stronger than steel.
no it is not because if you think about it steel is already stronger than nylon. hope it will help Yes it is stronger than a steel wire
Steel is a metal. It is stronger than some types of metal and weaker than other types.
Bamboo can withstand a great deal of use without damage. It's stronger even than oak, considered the most durable hardwood. When laminated, bamboo is nearly as strong as soft steel. Bamboo doesn't swell or shrink as hardwoods do, making it ideal for furniture and floors.
Because steel is stronger than wood. But I'm not sure steel is stronger than metal, but steel is a metal and a pretty tough one.
Steel is stronger than bronze, bronze was developed around 3500 BC and steel much latter, both are alloys.
Becaus steel is stronger than iron.
Steel is stronger than copper becaue of the atomic arrangement and inter molecular forces structure
Bone is 5 times stronger than steel, but not an element.
it is 200 times stronger than steel what do you think?
Stronger Than Steel - 1916 was released on: USA: 26 December 1916