Young's Modulus (also known as the Elastic Modulus) is a measure of a material's stiffness or rigidity.
It describes the relationship between stress (force per unit area) and strain (deformation per unit length) in a material subjected to axial loading.
The formula for Young's Modulus is:
E = σ / ε
where E is the Young's Modulus, σ is the stress, and ε is the strain.
To use the Young's Modulus Calculator, you will need to know the stress and strain of the material you are interested in. Once you have those values, follow these steps:
Enter the stress value in the "Stress (σ)" field. Make sure to specify the units of measurement (e.g. N/m^2 or Pa for Pascal).
Enter the strain value in the "Strain (ε)" field. Make sure to specify the units of measurement (e.g. m/m or % for percentage).
Click the "Calculate" button to obtain the Young's Modulus (E) value.