bulk modulus (incompressibility modulus, K) The stress: strain ratio. When a simple hydrostatic pressure p is applied to a cube the resulting volume strain is equal to the ratio of the change in volume δV to the original volume V. Thus: K = (volume stress p)/(volume strain δV/V).
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