# Young's Modulus Calculation

 Stress: Strain:

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Formula:`Y = stress / strain`

## Introduction to Young's Modulus

Young's modulus, also known as the elastic modulus, is a measure of the ability of a material to withstand changes in length and is defined as the ratio of the uniaxial stress to the uniaxial strain. In this formula, Y represents Young's modulus, stress is the applied force per unit area, and strain is the change in length per unit length. Young's modulus is an important parameter in material science and engineering, as it helps to understand and compare the stiffness of different materials.

## Parameter usage:

• `stress` = applied force per unit area
• `strain` = change in length per unit length

## Example valid values:

• `stress` = 1000 N/m2
• `strain` = 0.02

## Output:

• `Y` = Young's modulus

## Data validation

The stress and strain values should be greater than zero. Additionally, the strain should not be zero, as division by zero is undefined.

## Summary

This calculator computes Young's modulus based on the input stress and strain values, providing a measure of a material's stiffness. It helps in understanding the material's behavior under loading conditions and is widely applied in material science and engineering.