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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Flexural strength of both systems was relatively unaffected by the absorption-desorption cycle.
Reducing weight continues to be important, requiring new composites with increased flexural strength and impact resistance.
The basis for the flexural strength design methodology of concrete member with non-metallic reinforcement is the balanced reinforcement ratio [rho].
The International Standards Organization (ISO) recommends the three-point flexure test to determine the flexural strength of RBCs (ISO 4049, 2000)3 which is frequently employed for dental RBC research worldwide.
The results show, [9, 10] that adding ceramic fibre into concrete could increase the flexural strength of mortar obviously, but the effect of the flexural reinforcement was influenced by the fibre properties and kinds of the matrices.
In addition, flexural strength, abrasion resistance, and pull off strength were also investigated.
Its SmartCORE insulation and TXL lamination technology provides significant performance advantages over other brands including moisture management ridges, higher flexural strength for smoother and straighter walls and greater compression strength, the company said.
This combination ensures the achievement of significantly higher tensile and flexural strength compared to fibre reinforced extrudates.
The first report by any single group of researchers in which flexural strength and impact strength are given [2].
T-Series high-performance polymers offer a solution for applications requiring high temperature resistance, compressive strength, tensile and flexural strength, and low fatigue properties.