Definitions for "Coefficient of Expansion"
The coefficient of expansion is the ratio of the change in length or volume of a body to the original length or volume for a unit change in temperature.
Unit increase in size resulting from a unit increase in temperature; measured in inches per inch per degree Fahrenheit (in/in/1/2°F) or in millimeter per millimeter per degree Celsius (mm/mm/1/2°C).
The ratio of change in length, area, or volume per degree to the corresponding value at a standard temperature.
Keywords:  cogging
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The extent to which a material will expand or contract when heated or cooled.