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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The pure bamboo strip and laminated sampled for tensile stress, tensile modulus, flexural stress, and flexural modulus from series 1 to 6 and 7 to 15 with 1.
load and test temperature in the Melt Flow Rate test, or the flexural stress in the Heat Deflection Temperature test).
Based on this study, 95 percent of these laboratory-manufactured KBFB-reinforced UPE composites will conservatively survive when the tensile stress, flexural stress, and applied impact energy per square meter are lower than 43.
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The experimental results concerning some mechanical characteristics (flexural modulus E, flexural stress [[sigma].
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Instead, the standard test protocol calls for calculating flexural stress at 5% strain.
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Flexural stress of the material ws an average of 19.