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Relation between the three moduli of elasticity
Suppose three stresses P, Q and R act perpendicular to the three facesABCD, ADHE and ABFE of a cube of unit volume (Fig.). Each of these stresses will produce an extension in its own direction and a compression along the other two perpendicular directions. If λ is the extension per unit stress, then the elongation along the direction of P will be λP. If µ is the contraction per unit stress, then the contraction along the direction of P due to the other two stresses will be µQ and µR.
The net change in dimension along the direction of P due to all the stresses is e = λP - µQ - µR.
Similarly the net change in dimension along the direction of Q is f = λQ - µP - µR and the net change in dimension along the direction of R is g = λR - µP - µQ.
If only P acts and Q = R = 0 then it is a case of longitudinal stress.
∴ Linear strain = e = λP
Young's modulus q =linear stress /linear strain = P / λP
λ = 1/q ……………....(1)
If R = O and P = - Q, then the change in dimension along P is e = λP - µ (-P)
(i.e) e = (λ + µ) P
Angle of shear θ = 2e* = 2 (λ + µ) P
n = P/θ
= P/ 2(λ+ µ)P ……………..(2)
If P = Q = R, the increase in volume is = e + f + g
= 3 e = 3 (λ − 2µ) P (since e = f = g)
∴ Bulk strain = 3(λ−2µ) P
Bulk modulus k = P / 3(λ - 2µ)P
Or (λ − 2µ)= 1/3k ……………(3)
From (2), 2(λ + µ) = 1/n
2λ + 2µ = 1/n
From (3), (λ − 2µ) = 1/3k
Adding (4) and (5)
3λ = 1/n + 1/3k
λ = 1/3n + 1/9k
∴ From (1),
1/q = 1/3n + 1/9k
9/q = 3/n + 1/k
This is the relation between the three moduli of elasticity.
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