Q: What wil happen if too much tension is exerted on a spring?

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Assuming that all strands are vertical/ parallel to gravity and equally spaced (on a radius) around the centre of gravity then tension on each strand will be equivalent to weight x 9.81 divided by 7 equals tension in Newtons. If the strands are not normal and/or at varying distances from centre of gravity then it becomes a little more complicated. Summ of tension on strands must equal weight of bag. Tension on each strand is a ratio of it's distance from the COG of the furthest most strand. Don't forget the further from perpendicular a strand is the more tension on the strand.

1.46 Pascals is exerted on the board.

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Because your feet are not accelerating, the force exerted by the floor upon your feet must be exactly the same as the force exerted by your feet on the floor. If you are standing, the amount of force exerted by your feet, and thus the amount of force exerted by the floor, is equivalent to your weight.

It sort of depends on the muscle and the length of the "lever".

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Once you provide any material with a stress beyond its yield stress, it will deform plastically. In layman's terms, it will spring back partially once you let go, but you will permanently deform it.

A spring scale and a meter stick. Spring scale may be used to find force exerted. Meter stick finds distance through which force was exerted.

Yes- the spring pushes on the follower, which pushes the cartridge up. Too much tension, and the cartridge is shoved against the bottom of the bolt.

In order to know how much tension is on an object, you need to know how much force is being exerted by the object. The formula needed to find out how much force is on an object is T1F1.

400 to 450 grams est.

The measure of how much gravitational force is exerted on an object is called?

Assuming that all strands are vertical/ parallel to gravity and equally spaced (on a radius) around the centre of gravity then tension on each strand will be equivalent to weight x 9.81 divided by 7 equals tension in Newtons. If the strands are not normal and/or at varying distances from centre of gravity then it becomes a little more complicated. Summ of tension on strands must equal weight of bag. Tension on each strand is a ratio of it's distance from the COG of the furthest most strand. Don't forget the further from perpendicular a strand is the more tension on the strand.

Relax, you carry so much tension in your shoulders.

pretty much-the 2 get confused all the time. Technically a tensioner is an assembly with a spring and an idler is a fixed pulley-most newer cars have both.

1013 mb

There is an obvious answer to the queries hence not much effort to be exerted.

do not take too much of tension. tension can kill a man very easily.