inelastic stress

inelastic stress

[‚in·ə′las·tik ′stres]
(mechanics)
A force acting on a solid which produces a deformation such that the original shape and size of the solid are not restored after removal of the force.
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First pouring Second pouring Stress (MPa) Inelastic Stress Inelastic strain (MPa) strain 180 0 176 0 193 0.0002 185 0.0002 199 0.0003 187 0.0003 204.6 0.00039 186.5 0.0004 202 0.0005 186 0.0005 201 0.0006 185.4 0.0006 200.5 0.0007 184.3 0.0007 200 0.001 182 0.00075 172 0.002 170 0.003572 Table 9: Parameters for modeling tension damage.