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Bending a rectangular sheet into a cylindrical shape.

It is related. Flexural modulus is the modulus of elasticity (E) in bending and the higher it is the higher the bending stiffness. Technically, bending stiffness is the product of the flexural modulus and the material bending moment of inertia, I, that is EI.

Bending moment is a measurement used to find the common internal stress placed on an object from an outward force bending it.

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When a cantilever beam is continuously loaded and released from mean position, in one direction only, it is called unidirectional bending, but when it is loaded alternately, first in one direction and then in the opposite direction from mean position, then it is called reversed bending.

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Bending a rectangular sheet into a cylindrical shape.

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It is related. Flexural modulus is the modulus of elasticity (E) in bending and the higher it is the higher the bending stiffness. Technically, bending stiffness is the product of the flexural modulus and the material bending moment of inertia, I, that is EI.

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