# Tensile Strength Calculator

Tensile strength is the maximum amount of force taken by a material before its failure. (i.e.,) The maximum force taken by a rope to point till it breaks is the tensile strength of the force. It is measured with units : Newtons/Millimeter Squared (N/mm^{2}), Megapascals (MPa), KiloPascals(KPa), Pounds Per Square Inch(Psi), Thousands of Pounds Per Square Inch (Ksi). Select the unit from which you want to convert and enter the value in the respective box, the calculator will give you the converted equivalent values of other units.

## Tensile Strength Unit Converter

Tensile strength is the maximum amount of force taken by a material before its failure. (i.e.,) The maximum force taken by a rope to point till it breaks is the tensile strength of the force. It is measured with units : Newtons/Millimeter Squared (N/mm^{2}), Megapascals (MPa), KiloPascals(KPa), Pounds Per Square Inch(Psi), Thousands of Pounds Per Square Inch (Ksi). Select the unit from which you want to convert and enter the value in the respective box, the calculator will give you the converted equivalent values of other units.

Ultimate Strength, Breaking Strength and Yield Strength are some of the typical tensile strengths. The maximum amount of force that is taken by a material can also be termed as the tensile stress.

#### Example

A beam of 145 pounds per square inch (Psi) when converted, is equivalent to other units as follows :

0.9997 Newtons per millimeter squared (N/mm^{2})

0.9997 Megapascal (MPa)

999.775 Kilopascal (KPa)

0.145 Thousands of pounds per square inch (Ksi)