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### NS16elasticity

Course: ENDS 231, Fall 2008
School: Texas A&M
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231 Note ENDS Set 16 F2007abn Stress and Strain Elasticity Normal Strain In an axially loaded member, normal strain, is the change in the length, with respect to the original length, L. = L It is UNITLESS, but may be called strain or microstrain (). s Shearing Strain L In a member loaded with shear forces, shear strain, is the change in the sheared side, s with respect to the original height, L. For...

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