The elastic modulus (E) of a material represents the relative stiffness of the material within the elastic range and can be determined from a stress-strain curve by calculating the ratio of stress to strain.
A measure of the stress buildup associated with a given strain.
(physics) the ratio of the applied stress to the change in shape of an elastic body
Ratio of stress to strain in elastic deformation, measure of elasticity.
see Modulus of Elasticity
The material property linking stress and strain. In PIM feedstock it also is important because it determines residual stress and the stress relaxation time in cooling.
The ratio of the stress applied to an elastic body to the change in its shape.(Course Material/Ultrasonics/EquipmentTrans/pulserreceivers.htm)(Course Material/Ultrasonics/Physics/modeconversion.htm)
One of several ratios equal to the stress in a material or object divided by its strain. Included are: Young's modulus, the bulk modulus, and the shear modulus.
An elastic modulus, or modulus of elasticity, is the mathematical description of an object or substance's tendency to be deformed when a force is applied to it.