microstrain


microstrain
(µstrain)
   a common engineering unit measuring strain. An object under strain is typically deformed (extended or compressed), and the strain is measured by the amount of this deformation relative to the same object in an undeformed state. One microstrain is the strain producing a deformation of one part per million (10-6).

Dictionary of units of measurement. 2015.

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