Tensile Strength, the maximum force developed a test specimen before rupture on the tensile test carried to rupture under prescribed conditions. Tensile Strength (as used here) is the force per unit width of test specimen. Stretch, the maximum tensile strain developed in the test specimen before ruptrure in a tensile test carried to rupture under prescribed conditions. The stretch (or percentage elongation) is expressed in a percentage i.e. one hundred times the ratio of the increase in length of the test specimen to the original test span.
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