tangential longitudinal strain

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In a fold, a buckling (see buckle folding) strain distribution in which strain is internal (in contrast to layer-parallel strain), and concentrated in the hinge zone, leaving the limbs relatively unstrained. The principal strain axes are layer-parallel and there is a neutral surface of zero strain throughout the fold profile.

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