## Linear elasticity

Equations governing a **linear** elastic boundary value problem are based on three tensor partial differential equations for the balance of **linear** momentum and six infinitesimal strain - displacement relations. The systems of differential equations is completed by a set of **linear** algebraic

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## Elastic modulus

An elastic modulus , or modulus of **elasticity** , is the mathematical description of an object or substance's tendency to be deformed elastically (i.e., non-permanently) when a force is applied to it. The elastic modulus of an object is defined as the slope of its stress-strain curve in the

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## Clapeyron's theorem (elasticity)

In the **linear** theory of **elasticity** Clapeyron's theorem states that the potential energy of deformation of a body, which is in equilibrium under a given load, is equal to half the work done by the external forces computed assuming these forces had remained constant from the initial state

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## Price elasticity of supply

In economics , price **elasticity** of supply ( PES ) is an **elasticity** defined as a numerical measure of the responsiveness of the supply of a given good to a change in the price of that good. [ 1 ] Contents 1 Calculation 2 Interpretation 3 Determinants 4 Graphical representation

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## Constant elasticity of substitution

In economics , Constant **elasticity** of substitution ( CES ) is a property of some production functions and utility functions . More precisely, it refers to a particular type of aggregator function which combines two or more types of consumption, or two or more types of productive inputs

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## Price elasticity of demand

incidence (or "burden") of a tax on that good. Various research methods are used to determine price **elasticity** , including test markets , analysis of historical sales data and conjoint analysis . Contents 1 Definition 1.1 Point-price **elasticity** 1.2 Arc **elasticity** 2 History

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## Solid mechanics

Solid mechanics The study of the physics of continuous materials with a defined rest shape. **Elasticity** Describes materials that return to their rest shape after an applied stress . Plasticity Describes materials that permanently deform after a sufficient applied stress. Rheology

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## Elasticity (physics)

In physics , **elasticity** (or stretchiness ) is the physical property of a material that returns to its original shape after the stress (e.g. external forces ) that made it deform or distort is removed. The relative amount of deformation is called the strain . The elastic regime is ]].

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## Partial differential equation

such as the propagation of sound or heat , electrostatics , electrodynamics , fluid flow , and **elasticity** . Seemingly distinct physical phenomena may have identical mathematical formulations, and thus be governed by the same underlying dynamic. They find their generalization in stochastic

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