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## Shear Strain: 31 Facts You Should Know

What is shear strain? Shear strain is the ratio of change in dimensions to the original dimension due to shear stress and deformation perpendicular rather than parallel to it. Shear strain results from the use of 2 parallel and opposite forces working at the surfaces of an object. Shear strain formula: Shear strain=ΔxL0/L. Shear Modulus: …

## Hooke’s Law: 10 Important Facts

What is Hooke’s Law? Hooke’s law basic properties: The mechanical behaviour of materials depends on their response to loads, temperature, and the environment. In several practical problems, these controlling parameters’ combined effects must be assessed. However, the individual effects of loads (elastic and plastic deformation) must be studied in detail before attempting to develop an …

## Compressive Stress: 5 Important Facts

What is a compressive force? The tensile and compressive property of the material represent the axial loads along the orthogonal axes. Loads that are stretched at the system boundaries are described as tensile loads, while those compressed at the system boundaries described as compressive loads. The externally applied force on the body deforms the body …

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