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The definition of Young's modulus in the **dictionary** is *a modulus of elasticity, applicable to the stretching of a wire etc, equal to the ratio of the applied load per unit area of cross section to the increase in length per unit length E.*

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A-level Physics
(iii) The wire is further stretched to breaking. Where does the stored energy go:* [
W, 90] B41 Define **Young's modulus** and describe a method to measure its value
for a uniform elastic wire. State the precautions necessary to ensure an accurate
...

Roger Muncaster, **1993**

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Stainless Steels
The modulus obtained in tension (the most commonly used elastic moduli) is
referred to as **Young's modulus** and is generally expressed in Pascals (Newtons
per square meter) or pounds per square inch. For example, if a tensile stress of
13.8 ...

Joseph R. Davis, **1994**

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Springer Handbook of Materials Measurement Methods
03.01 (ASTM, West Conshohocken 1995) ASTM E 111-04: Standard Test Method
for **Young's Modulus**, Tangent Modulus and Chord Modulus. In: Annual Book of
ASTM Standards, Vol. 03.01 (ASTM, West Conshohocken 1995) 7.16 ASTM E ...

Horst Czichos, Tetsuya Saito, Leslie Smith, **2006**

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Soil Mechanics
12.3 BEHAVIOR DURING TRIAXIAL COMPRESSION TEST The standard triaxial
test (i.e., with constant confining stress and increasing axial stress) gives a direct
measure of **Young's modulus**. Modulus decreases with increasing axial stress, ...

T. William Lambe, **1969**

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Manual of Numerical Methods in Concrete: Modelling and ...
Green and Swanson [145] give an empirical equation: 4 + 0.6 [^H (1.75) L /cu J J
where E = **Young's modulus** at 28 days,/(f) = cube strength of concrete at time f,
and/cu = cube strength of concrete at 28 days. /.5.3 Temperature effects on ...

M. Y. H. Bangash, **2001**

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Use of Ultrasound to Determine the Influence of Hydrogen on ...
Traditionally when one wants to measure an alloy's **Young's Modulus** a standard
tensile test configuration is used. Use of a standard tensile test specimen
involves measuring stress due to applied strain from which strength and **Young's**
...

John C. Quinn, **2008**

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Deformation Characteristics of Geomaterials / Comportement ...
Anisotropy of stiffness in sandy soils has been observed in respect that both of
**Young's modulus**, E, and shear modulus, G, depended on the direction of
shearing (Kuwano 1999, Yamashita & Suzuki 2001 among others). Conversely,
the ...

H. Di Benedetto, T. Doanh, H. Geoffroy, **2003**

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Structural Steel Design to BS 5950
The modulus of elasticity, or **Young's modulus**, varies from material to material,
but it is a constant for each material. Stress can therefore be thought of as strain
multiplied by the constant E. The units off are the same as for stress, since strain
is ...

Frixos Joannides, Alan Weller, **2002**

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Fundamentals of Microfabrication: The Science of ...
can be calculated simply from the Emn values. Expressed in terms of the
compliance constants, one can show that 1/S,, = E = **Young's modulus**, -Sl2ISn =
v = Poisson's ratio, and 1/SM = G = shear modulus. In the case of an isotropic
material, ...

Marc J. Madou, **2002**

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Foundation Engineering Handbook
Basic Engineering Principle Used to Measure Tumors

A team of engineers at USC has developed an instrument the size of a backpack that accurately identifies the **Young's modulus** of a tumor. According to ... «ENGINEERING.com, May 15»

New portable device could test how 'squishy' cancerous tumors are

USC engineers have created a backpack-sized instrument that can gently smush a wide range of materials, accurately quantifying the **Young's modulus**—the ... «Phys.Org, May 15»

Tiny scaffolds toughen ceramics

Compression experiments, whereby a sample is subject to a cycle of loading and unloading, were performed to determine the **Young's modulus** – or stiffness ... «physicsworld.com, Sep 14»

The Physics of Making Your Guitar Cry

One of the most important properties is known as the **Young's modulus**, which essentially measures the stiffness of the string. It might not help you emulate your ... «Motherboard, Jul 14»

Using Nanoindentation to Measure in Situ **Young's Modulus** and …

This article demonstrates the use of instrumented indentation to quantify the in-situ **Young's modulus** and strain-rate sensitivity of a standard lead-free solder ... «AZoNano.com, Apr 14»

Nanomechanical Characterization of Biological Cells with the …

Figure 2A demonstrates a 3D topography of a pair of E. coli bacteria with the image brightness based on the **Young's modulus**. This image was acquired using ... «AZoNano.com, Aug 13»

Carbyne Nanochains Could Be Stronger Than Graphene

It's specific strength is also higher than any other known material, and it has a colossal predicted **Young's modulus** of 32.7 TPa - over 30 times than of graphene. «Azom.com, Aug 13»

Super nanowire composite solves 'valley of death' riddle

The very low **Young's modulus** matches that of human bone, making it a much better material for medical applications as implants, for example. The ability to ... «Phys.Org, Mar 13»

Precision Matters: Measuring **Young's Modulus**

Nanowire vibrating at the resonance frequency. What is **Young's modulus**? Basically, it's a measurement of how stiff an elastic material is. Fundamentally, it is a ... «Materials Views, Jun 12»

Measuring Substrate-Independent **Young's Modulus** of Low-k Films …

Instrumented indentation is commonly employed in the semiconductor industry to measure the **Young's modulus** of Low-κ films deposited on silicon wafers. «AZoNano.com, May 11»

REFERENCE

« EDUCALINGO. *Young's modulus* [online]. Available <https://educalingo.com/en/dic-en/youngs-modulus>. Sep 2020 ».