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Q | ID - 0bd476f6b4-sec2
change in length at right angle to the direction of applied axial load to the respective length of body
change in the length in the direction of applied load to the respective length of body
change in the volume to the original volume of body
change in the shape to the original shape of body
Civil Engineering

2 years ago | 28/01/2019 12:49:17 | gknowledge
Q | ID - eb5c401150-sec2
change in length at right angle to the direction of applied axial load to the respective length of body
change in the length in the direction of applied load to the respective lenght of body
change in the volume to the original volume of body
change in the shape to the original shape of body
Civil Engineering

2 years ago | 28/01/2019 12:48:47 | gknowledge
Q | ID - c5fd530e49-sec2
Ratio of the tensile stress to the tensile strain
Ratio of the shear stress to the shear strain
Ratio of the Lateral Strain to the Longitudinal strain
Ratio of the ultimate stress to the Permissible stress
Civil Engineering

2 years ago | 28/01/2019 12:43:45 | gknowledge
Q | ID - 4928f893a7-sec2
Ratio of the tensile stress to the tensile strain
Ratio of the shear stress to the shear strain
Ratio of the Lateral Strain to the Longitudinal strain
Ratio of the ultimate stress to the Permissible stress
Civil Engineering

2 years ago | 28/01/2019 12:43:11 | gknowledge
Q | ID - 997c8830f1-sec2
Ratio of the tensile stress to the tensile strain
Ratio of the shear stress to the shear strain
Ratio of the Lateral Strain to the Longitudinal strain
Ratio of the ultimate stress to the Permissible stress
Civil Engineering

2 years ago | 28/01/2019 12:42:24 | gknowledge
Q | ID - d4f70e0d8d-sec2
ratio of tensile stress to tensile strain
ratio of shear stress to shear strain
ratio of ultimate stress to permissible stress
ratio of lateral strain to longitudinal strain
Civil Engineering

2 years ago | 28/01/2019 12:39:29 | gknowledge
Q | ID - 92a570b592-sec2
stress is inversely proportional to strain in any conditon
stress is directly proportional to strain under elastic limit
stress is directly proportional to strain in any condition
stress is inversely proportional to strain under elastic limit
Civil Engineering

2 years ago | 28/01/2019 12:34:02 | gknowledge
Q | ID - fab7ab0a6f-sec2
the ratio of change in dimension to the original dimension
the ratio of change in stress to the force applied
the ratio of stress to the mass
the ratio of mass to the volume
Civil Engineering

2 years ago | 28/01/2019 12:31:17 | gknowledge
Q | ID - c31f431228-sec2
1 N/sq(mm)
1N/mm
1N/sq(m)
1N/m
Civil Engineering

2 years ago | 28/01/2019 12:28:59 | gknowledge
Q | ID - 5b601b7a0d-sec2
force
pressure
stress
viscosity
Civil Engineering

2 years ago | 28/01/2019 12:27:10 | gknowledge
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