In engineering, the deformation of a structure is related to the concept of strain. When an external load is applied to an engineering assembly, its components may experience a change in shape, quantified by “strain.” The strain is useful in determining the amount of elongation or distortion a structure may experience under various loading conditions. This course will discuss how strain is measured in experiments and how it is described mathematically in stress analysis. One important takeaway of this course is that the definition of strain is not unique and knowing the difference between them is critical in defining material property and evaluating strain results.
Upon the completion of this course, you will have a solid understanding of strain deformation. Key topics covered include:
Anyone with basic knowledge of Structural Mechanics
|Intro to Strain||00:03:18|
|Engineering Strain and True Strain||00:05:55|
|Evaluate Strain Results||00:02:53|
|Applications for Learning Strain||00:04:52|
Lifetime access to lecture videos, study materials
Assessment on practice with quiz for each topic
Certificate on completion
Internationally valid certificate on
successful completion of the course
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