The strain values can be calculated with the stress values with the help of Hooke’s law. If an equal stress value is applied to a unit volume(cubic), the strain values of each side will be equal. This is called a volumetric strain.
Here we show you how to calculate strain energy with volumetric strain values via a calculator.
You can make this calculation with the calculator below;
The use of the calculator above is very simple. You just need to enter the required values inside the brackets. Then click on the ‘Calculate!’ button to see the result. If you want to do another calculation, just click on the ‘Reset’ button.
Here, you need to enter the stress value that is applied from three sides of the body. Then enter the elasticity modulus and Poisson’s ratio of the material. And enter the total volume which is the volume of the stress element that undergoes stress. If you are making your calculation for a unit volume, enter the total volume as 1.
You can enter the values in suggested units in parentheses. If you do not have consistent sets of units, you can also use the MB-Unit Converter tool to convert your units.
The calculation of the strain energy due to the volumetric strains is very simple.
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