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Strain corresponding to change in volume with no distortion Formula

Strain for volume change=((1-(2*Poisson's ratio))*Stress for volume change)/Young's Modulus
ε<sub>v</sub>=((1-(2*𝛎))*σ<sub>v</sub>)/E
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What is strain energy?

Strain energy is defined as the energy stored in a body due to deformation. The strain energy per unit volume is known as strain energy density and the area under the stress-strain curve towards the point of deformation. When the applied force is released, the whole system returns to its original shape. It is usually denoted by U.

How to Calculate Strain corresponding to change in volume with no distortion?

Strain corresponding to change in volume with no distortion calculator uses Strain for volume change=((1-(2*Poisson's ratio))*Stress for volume change)/Young's Modulus to calculate the Strain for volume change, The Strain corresponding to change in volume with no distortion formula is defined as the ratio of the product of term twice the value of Poisson's ratio subtracted from one and stress corresponding to change in volume with no distortion to Young's Modulus. Strain for volume change and is denoted by εv symbol.

How to calculate Strain corresponding to change in volume with no distortion using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Strain corresponding to change in volume with no distortion, enter Poisson's ratio (𝛎), Stress for volume change v) and Young's Modulus (E) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Strain corresponding to change in volume with no distortion calculation can be explained with given input values -> 4.000E-11 = ((1-(2*0.3))*10)/100000000000.

FAQ

What is Strain corresponding to change in volume with no distortion?
The Strain corresponding to change in volume with no distortion formula is defined as the ratio of the product of term twice the value of Poisson's ratio subtracted from one and stress corresponding to change in volume with no distortion to Young's Modulus and is represented as εv=((1-(2*𝛎))*σv)/E or Strain for volume change=((1-(2*Poisson's ratio))*Stress for volume change)/Young's Modulus. Poisson's ratio is defined as the ratio of the lateral and axial strain. For many metals and alloys, values of Poisson’s ratio range between 0.25 and 0.35, Stress for volume change value and Young's Modulus which can also be called elastic modulus is a mechanical property of linear elastic solid substances. It describes the relationship between stress (force per unit area) and strain (proportional deformation in an object).
How to calculate Strain corresponding to change in volume with no distortion?
The Strain corresponding to change in volume with no distortion formula is defined as the ratio of the product of term twice the value of Poisson's ratio subtracted from one and stress corresponding to change in volume with no distortion to Young's Modulus is calculated using Strain for volume change=((1-(2*Poisson's ratio))*Stress for volume change)/Young's Modulus. To calculate Strain corresponding to change in volume with no distortion, you need Poisson's ratio (𝛎), Stress for volume change v) and Young's Modulus (E). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Poisson's ratio, Stress for volume change and Young's Modulus 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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