Deformation in a real body, Physics

DEFORMATION IN A REAL BODY DUE TO APPLICATION OF FORCE

The idea of a hard body, where the constituent molecules are fixed with respect to each other, is theoretical. Till how we were operating with a hard body because of most solids have very little deformation on function of relatively small forces. But if the forces are big sufficient we cannot ignore the deformation.

 

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