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Thermal stress of a material
Thermal stress=(Young's Modulus*Coefficient of Linear Thermal expansion*Temperature Difference)/(Initial length) GO
Thermal Expansion
Coefficient of Linear Thermal expansion=(1*Change In Length)/(Initial length*Temperature Change) GO
Engineering strain
Engineering strain=(Instantaneous length-Initial length)/Initial length GO
Percent elongation
Percent elongation=(Fracture Length-Initial length)*100/Initial length GO
Hooke's law
Young's Modulus=Force*Elongation/(Area*Initial length) GO
Longitudinal strain
Longitudinal Strain=Change In Length/Initial length GO
Longitudinal strain
Longitudinal Strain=Change In Length/Initial length GO
Shear Strain
Shear Strain=Tangential Displacement/Initial length GO
True strain
True strain=ln(Instantaneous length/Initial length) GO
Poisson's Ratio
Poisson's ratio=Lateral Strain/Longitudinal Strain GO
Tensile strain due to pull acting on the body
Tensile Strain=Increase in length/Initial length GO

Change in length when longitudinal stress is given Formula

Change In Length=Longitudinal Strain*Initial length
ΔL=S.L*l<sub>0</sub>
More formulas
Normal stress or longitudinal stress GO
Longitudinal strain GO
restoring force( when stress is given) GO
Area of the body ( when stress is given ) GO
Time Period of SHM GO
Frequency of SHM GO
Angular frequency of shm GO
Phase in SHM GO
Constant A (when position is given) GO
Restoring force in shm GO
Accelaration( K and x given) GO
Constant K ( when restoring force is given ) GO
Distance from start(when restoring force and k is given) GO
Mass of body( when distance traveled and k is given) GO
Angular frequency ( when constant K and mass is given) GO
constant k (when angular frequency is given) GO
Mass of particle (relating angular frequency w) GO
Acceleration in SHM (when angular frequency is given) GO
Distance travelled in shm ( when angular frequency is given ) GO
Velocity of particle in shm GO
Distance traveled ( when velocity is given ) GO
Distance traveled by a particle in shm when velocity becomes zero GO
Total distance traveled( when velocity and angular frequency is given) square of distances traveled GO
Angular frequency(when velocity and distance A given) GO
Square of different distance traveled in shm GO
Original length when longitudinal stress is given GO
Volume strain GO
Change in volume of the body when volume strain is given. GO
Original volume of body when strain is given GO
Displacement of upper surface GO
Perpendicular distance between the two surfaces GO
Ratio of shear GO
Young's modulus of elasticity GO

What is elasticity?

The ability of an object or material to resume its normal shape after being stretched or compressed; stretchiness.

How to Calculate Change in length when longitudinal stress is given?

Change in length when longitudinal stress is given calculator uses Change In Length=Longitudinal Strain*Initial length to calculate the Change In Length, The Change in length when longitudinal stress is given formula is defined as the length of the body after it has undergone the restoring force to the difference of the original length. Change In Length and is denoted by ΔL symbol.

How to calculate Change in length when longitudinal stress is given using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Change in length when longitudinal stress is given, enter Longitudinal Strain (S.L) and Initial length (l0) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Change in length when longitudinal stress is given calculation can be explained with given input values -> 0.5 = 50*0.01.

FAQ

What is Change in length when longitudinal stress is given?
The Change in length when longitudinal stress is given formula is defined as the length of the body after it has undergone the restoring force to the difference of the original length and is represented as ΔL=S.L*l0 or Change In Length=Longitudinal Strain*Initial length. The Longitudinal strain is ratio of change in length to original length and Initial length before the application of load.
How to calculate Change in length when longitudinal stress is given?
The Change in length when longitudinal stress is given formula is defined as the length of the body after it has undergone the restoring force to the difference of the original length is calculated using Change In Length=Longitudinal Strain*Initial length. To calculate Change in length when longitudinal stress is given, you need Longitudinal Strain (S.L) and Initial length (l0). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Longitudinal Strain and Initial length and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
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