nYoung's Modulus = Stress/StrainnStress = Force/AreanStrain = deltaL/LnApply a Displacement of deltaL such as 0.0001 m in the -X direction.nIt looks like L is about 0.01 m so the Strain is 0.01nObtain the Reaction Force for this displacement in N.nIt looks like the cross sectional area is 0.008*0.008 = 64E-6 m^2nDivide the force in N by the area to get the Stress in N/m^2 = PanDivide the Stress by the Strain to get the Young's Modulus in Pa for this cube.nThat is for this amount of strain. If you crush the cube, then the Young's Modulus will change. n