pure shear (homogeneous non-rotational strain) A flattening strain in which, during the deformation of a body, the principal strain axes (X, Y, and Z) remain parallel to their respective principal stress axes (σ1, σ2, and σ3). See also HOMOGENEOUS STRAIN. Compare SIMPLE SHEAR.
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