Material Science

Young’s Modulus: Description, Formula and usage

youngs modulus

If you stretch a rubber band, you will notice that up to some extent it will stretch. Once you stop stretching, the rubber band will come to its original shape. That is called elasticity of a materiel. Young’s Modulus is based on that principle. Let’s discuss more about Young’s Modulus in this article and figure out its definition, formula and usage.

What is Poisson’s Ratio: Poisson’s Ratio Formula [PDF]

poissons ratio

Did you notice that when you stretch a rubber band, the width gets noticeably thinner? This is called Poisson’s effect. Passion’s ratio is the measure of that change in width due to the change in length. Let us learn more about Poisson’s Ratio in this article and we will also learn about Poisson’s Ratio Formula.

Difference Between Thermoplastic and Thermosetting Plastics

thermoplastic vs thermoset

You are having a car or watching television or gifting a toy to your child or even flying an aircraft, Plastic is everywhere. We can’t even think of our life without plastic. In plastic part design often we come across this confusion about Thermoplastic vs Thermosetting plastic. So in this article, we will explain about Difference between thermoplastic and thermosetting plastics.

Plastic Vs Metal: Why plastics are replacing metals in industries

Why plastics are replacing metals in industries

Those who work in the manufacturing industry might be aware of metal to plastic conversion nowadays. It was all started with automotive industries and now every industry is following the same path. Plastic offers a chunk of benefits over metals and industries has numerous reason to move to plastic. In this article, we will try to figure out why the industry trend is moving towards using more plastic than metals, how it is benefiting the industry and what could be the drawbacks.

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