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Young's Modulus for a Metallic Rod Virtual Lab Simulation

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Young's Modulus for a Metallic Rod Virtual Lab

General Aim of Young's Modulus for a Metallic Rod

Determining Young's modulus for a metallic beam.

Method of Young's Modulus for a Metallic Rod

Bending of beam.

Learning Objectives of Young's Modulus for a Metallic Rod

  • Understand the relation between stress and strain and young's modulus calculation

  • Predict the behavior of material undergoing elastic deformation.

  • Determine the Young’s modulus value of elasticity.

Theory of Young's Modulus for a Metallic Rod Experiment

Young's modulus, also known as the elastic modulus, is a measure of the stiffness of a solid material. It is a mechanical property of linear elastic solid materials. It defines the relationship between stress (force per unit area) and strain (proportional deformation) in a material. 

Bending of Beam Virtual Experiment (Young's Modulus for a Metallic Rod) | Principle

In Young's Modulus for a Metallic Rod experiment, A metal beam which is supported near its ends, is subjected to a load at its center will suffer a depression that can be used using a gauge. Relating the measured depression to the applied load, will enable us to determine Young’s modulus of the beam’s material.

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