strain energy


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strain energy

[′strān ‚en·ər·jē]
(mechanics)
The potential energy stored in a body by virtue of an elastic deformation, equal to the work that must be done to produce this deformation.

strain energy

The work which is done in deforming a body.
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A time-dependent strain energy equation could thus be obtained.
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The latter variable Y, which is denoted as the thermodynamic conjugate force, turns out to have the same physical significance as the strain energy release rate of fracture mechanics.
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