axial compression


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axial compression

[′ak·sē·əl kəm′presh·ən]
(geology)
A compression applied parallel with the cylinder axis in experimental work involving rock cylinders.
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Hence, the composite column under axial compression has the highest load capacity when [DELTA][V.
Delamination of pultruded glass fiber--reinforced to axial compression, Composite Structures 91: 66-73.
For the torsion and axial compression tests, each end of the test specimen was clamped to the actuator of the testing machine by custom-made clamps (Fig 3).
Teng and hu [13] investigated FRP-jacketed thin cylindrical shells under combined axial compression and internal pressure.
Table 4 presents the test results for all the columns tested under axial compression.
Dynamic Axial Compression (DAC) column and of a device capable of packing multiple columns that can be used separately with HPLC, SMB or Varicol[R] systems.
Each construct was loaded in axial compression, eccentric and cantilever modes of bending, and torsion.
Specific subjects examined include shore protection by point-absorbers, the stability of stiffened steel plates under axial compression, and validation of a foundation stability model for soft clay.
For the purpose of discussion and comparison to the 2 percent Rule, the net lateral restraining force from the web and chord analyses were divided by the axial compression load in the web or chord, respectively.
The funicular shape was created in order to limit the forces to axial compression only in the segments of the arch with very limited moment forces.
As the only subflooring with an ESR certification, builders are assured that AdvanTech is the strongest panel based on critical design values, including bending stiffness and axial compression.
pz] one performs calculations up to the moment of achieving column's limit value of axial compression force.