**Area Under A Load Vs Deflection Curve**

I was wondering if someone could help explain what the area under a load vs deflection curve tells you.

I have a concrete sample which I loaded until it failed.

I plotted the load (kN) and deflection (mm) as shown below.

My question is; if the curve in red can be represented as a...

Area Under A Load Vs Deflection Curve

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