flexural strength


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flexural strength

[′flek·shə·rəl ′streŋkth]
(mechanics)
Strength of a material in blending, that is, resistance to fracture.

flexural strength

That property of a solid which is an indication of its ability to withstand bending.
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Two (2) types of Gypsum plaster (A and B) were subjected to several test to determine the chemical composition, porosity, water absorption and flexural strength property.
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Its main drawbacks are its inadequate mechanical properties such as lower impact strength, flexural strength, and poor thermal conductivity (1, 2).
The tested hypotheses are that: (1) the grinding of zirconia with larger grit-size devices leads to a decrease in flexural strength and to an increase in monoclinic content and in surface roughness; and (2) heat treatment restores the original characteristics of the material.
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As a blend additive for nylon 6 and 66, Novadyn DI/DI significantly improves conditioned mechanical properties, such as up to 43% higher flexural strength and stiffness.