All the materials around us consist of an incredibly large number of particles. If you attempt to describe them using simple kinematics, you will instantly become overwhelmed by the number of equations. Instead, use the continuum mechanics approach, which models materials as a continuous mass. With this branch of physics, you can easily describe pressure, stress, tension, and other related quantities, for which we prepared a bunch of useful calculators.

Bend Allowance CalculatorBrinell Hardness Number CalculatorBuckling CalculatorCube Density CalculatorDensity CalculatorDensity of a Cylinder CalculatorElastic Potential Energy CalculatorHooke's Law CalculatorHoop Stress CalculatorMohr's Circle CalculatorPoisson's Ratio CalculatorPolar Moment of Area CalculatorPressure CalculatorSection Modulus CalculatorShear Modulus CalculatorBeam Shear Stress CalculatorSpecific Gravity CalculatorSphere Density CalculatorStress CalculatorVolume to Mass CalculatorYoung's Modulus Calculator