Labratory measurements show that when a certain material has a grain diameter of 2.33x10-2 mm it's yield strength is 107 MPa. When the material's grain diameter decreases to 1.84x10-2 mm it's yield strength increases to 117 MPa.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

When the average grain diameter is increased to 3.28x10-2 mm, what is the modulus of resilience (in J/m^3) if the modulus of elasticity is known to be 182 GPa?

any idea? im stumped

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# Modulus of resilience

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