# Hooke’s law 1Hooke’s law describes how the

Hooke’s law 1.Hooke’s law describes how the strain on an elastic material is related to the stress placed on the material. It is a principle of physics that states that the force needed to extend or compress a spring. The theory of elasticity generalizes Hooke’s law to say that the strain of an elastic object or material is the same to the stress applied to it. The purpose of this lab experiment is to study the changes of springs in static and dynamic situations and how they act.

Too will look for the spring’s constant, for an individual spring using both Hooke’s Law and the properties of an oscillating spring system. It is also possible to study the effects (if any) that amplitude has on the period of a body.Young’s modulus is a measure of stiffness; this is a mechanical property that measures how stiff a solid material is, and also is how much elasticity an object or substance has.

This tells us how likely a material is to be deformed when a force is applied to it and whether not or not it will return to the original shape when the force is removed. The elastic modulus of an object is defined as the slope of its stress-strain curve.2.Concrete: The property of a material to withstand against the action of atmospheric and other factors is known as durability of material. If the material is more durable, it will last long and well so Maintenance cost of material is dependent of durability so you don’t have to renew something often.