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Thank You! I wasted too much time trying to get my graph to look right. After watching this video, I was able to get the graph that I wanted in less than a minute.

You saved me 2 hours of extra work doing this manually! Thanks!

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@Adrian Borg thanks again for the video and reply very helpful

Thanks great video but how do i relabel the strain axis in order to show small units?

Can you please explain how the load is decreasing toward the end of the test? Assuming you are adding more weight as the test progresses

If there was 5 results from a particular material, would the young's modulus be different and how would you calculate it?

Thank you for this so much! 🙂

Did you fart at 5;22? Lol

helps a lot. Thanks!!

Thanks a bunch for this. Turns out I was calculating strain by subtracting the new length by the previous length and dividing by original instead of new length minus original divided by original.

Great video!! Thanks for the help!!

The modulus of elasticity can be determined by dividing the stress at a point (a point which is within the linear-elastic region) by the strain at that same point.

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Thank you so much!!! This was extremely helpful! You are so much easier to understand than my prof and TAs! 😀

Log stress vs log strain in Excel is easy, just right click the x and/or y axis and hit 'format axis' then tick the box that says 'logarithmic scale'. Excel wil do the rest.

how can you do a log stress vs log strain graph?

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could you please to show how to determine the Modulus of elasticity?

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For this formula you need a dimensionless strain, so '(length minus original length) / (original length)' is correct. Though absolute strain (in mm, or whatever) can be still called strain.

Is strain length minus original length or (length minus original length) divided by original length? You said one but wrote the other

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