|Feb11-13, 04:28 PM||#1|
How to measure breaking points of different materials?
I'm working on a design for an architectural structure, and I am choosing the material for the design. Are there any resources that will tell me the breaking point for like "1-inch" of material X. I need something that can support the weight of a car.
|Feb12-13, 07:31 AM||#2|
It's a little more complicated than that.
I would suggest that you have your ideas reviewed by a structural engineer.
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