## Infinitesimal strain theory

In continuum mechanics , the infinitesimal **strain** theory , sometimes called small deformation theory , small displacement theory , or small displacement-gradient theory , deals with infinitesimal deformations of a continuum body . For an infinitesimal deformation the displacements and the

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## Strain Encoding MRI

SENC is a technique developed by Nael Osman's group at Johns Hopkins University for imaging the **strain** of deforming tissue using MRI. Contents 1 Introduction 2 SENC Basics 2.1 Tissue Magnetization 2.2 Motion Effect on Encoding 2.3 Imaging with Tunings [ edit ] Introduction

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## The Strain

that del Toro intends to direct the film version of the novel. The review closes by calling The **Strain** a "rattling piece of escapism" with a "predictable" blockbuster ending. [ 2 ] The website of Barnes and Noble reprints four reviews of the novel including the publisher's own review. The

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## Antiplane shear

where the **plane** is the **plane** of interest and the direction is perpendicular to that **plane** . Contents 1 Displacements 2 Stresses 3 Equilibrium equation for antiplane shear 4 Applications 5 References 6 See also [ edit ] Displacements The displacement field that

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## Stress analysis

Modelling 1.2 Experimental testing 2 Factor of safety 3 Load transfer 4 Uniaxial stress 5 **Plane** stress 6 **Plane strain** 7 Stress transformation in **plane** stress and **plane strain** 8 Graphical representation of stress at a point 8.1 Mohr's circle 8.2 Lame's stress ellipsoid

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## Strain energy release rate

geometry of the body. [ edit ] Relation to fracture toughness For two-dimensional problems ( **plane** stress , **plane strain** , antiplane shear ) involving cracks that move in a straight path, the mode I stress intensity factor ( K I ) is related to the energy release rate ( G ) by where

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