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What is the difference between tensile strain and volume stress?

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Stress is the force applied to unit are to produce a change in shape, volume or length of a body while strain is the measure of the deformation of a solid when stress is applied to it.

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Tensile strain is the relative length of deformation exhibited by a body subjected to the tensile force. The change in ...

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