# Modulus of Elasticity: Steel, Concrete & Aluminum

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### A W-shaped steel beam (E= 210 GPa) is subjected to a 100 MPa tensile stress. How much is the change of length of the beam with respect to its original length?

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### 2. What is the correct formula of the modulus of elasticity given, the applied force on a beam, its original length, its cross sectional area, and the change in length due to the load?

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Using the worksheet and quiz, you can see what you know about modulus elasticity. Its formula and stress are topics covered on the quiz.

## Quiz & Worksheet Goals

You can gauge your understanding of:

• Calculating the value of stress
• Finding average stress of objects
• The formula for modulus of elasticity

## Skills Practiced

• Reading comprehension - ensure that you draw the most important information from the lesson on modulus elasticity
• Interpreting information - verify that you can read information about the modulus of elasticity for various materials to interpret which substance is being used in a practice problem
• Information recall - access the knowledge you have gained about the formula used for modulus of elasticity

Learn more about these concepts by using the lesson called Modulus of Elasticity: Steel, Concrete & Aluminum. Use this lesson to:

• Define strain
• Examine the importance of elongation for materials
• Review the relationship between strain and modulus of elasticity
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