Hariharan V S
Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Chennai
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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
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
Shear Strain
Shear Strain=Tangential Displacement/Initial length GO
True strain
True strain=ln(Instantaneous length/Initial length) GO

Engineering strain Formula

Engineering strain=(Instantaneous length-Initial length)/Initial length
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Percent cold work GO
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Maximum stress at crack tip GO
Mean stress of stress cycle (fatigue) GO
Range of stress (fatigue) GO
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Fracture toughness GO

Engineering strain

Engineering strain is unitless and is generally expressed as percentage in which the strain value is multiplied by 100. Engineering strain is used practically along with engineering stress.

How to Calculate Engineering strain?

Engineering strain calculator uses Engineering strain=(Instantaneous length-Initial length)/Initial length to calculate the Engineering strain, Engineering strain is defined as the ratio of change in length and the original length before application of load/force. Engineering strain and is denoted by 𝜀 symbol.

How to calculate Engineering strain using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Engineering strain, enter Initial length (l0) and Instantaneous length (li) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Engineering strain calculation can be explained with given input values -> 1 = (0.02-0.01)/0.01.

FAQ

What is Engineering strain?
Engineering strain is defined as the ratio of change in length and the original length before application of load/force and is represented as 𝜀=(li-l0)/l0 or Engineering strain=(Instantaneous length-Initial length)/Initial length. Initial length before the application of load and The instantaneous length is the length after application of load.
How to calculate Engineering strain?
Engineering strain is defined as the ratio of change in length and the original length before application of load/force is calculated using Engineering strain=(Instantaneous length-Initial length)/Initial length. To calculate Engineering strain, you need Initial length (l0) and Instantaneous length (li). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Initial length and Instantaneous 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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