bearing strength

bearing strength

[′ber·iŋ ‚strenkth]
(mechanics)
The maximum load that a column, wall, footing, or joint will sustain at failure, divided by the effective bearing area.

bearing strength

1. The maximum load that a column, footing, joint, or wall can sustain at failure, divided by the effective bearing area.
2. The non-destructive limit of a pipe load; used to determine its supporting strength in the field.

bearing strength

The measure of the ability of a pavement to sustain the applied load (ICAO). Also called pavement strength or bearing capacity. See also pavement classification number.
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In the case of double-shear joints such as steel-wood-steel, possible load carrying capacities of the connection (Z) along with its failure modes are summarized in Table 1, where Fe is the dowel bearing strength of timber, t the wood member thickness, d and Myb are diameter and bending yield moment of bolt, respectively.
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strength, toughness, bearing strength, compression after impact properties, or production tolerances.
Single-fastener connection performance is dependent on joint geometry, fastener diameter, dowel bending-yield strength, dowel bearing strength, and direction of load to the grain.