bending strength

bending strength

The ability of a structural member to resist breakage when subject to one or more external forces that cause it to bend.
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Wormy chestnut has a low bending strength and a medium crushing strength.
The adhesion interface performance is tested on tensile strength, tensile shear strength, peel strength, bending strength, impact strength and sealing properties.
The differences between the bending strength parallel and perpendicular to the face/back veneer grain in dry (MOR[parallel]dry and MOR[perpendicular]dry) and wet (MOR[parallel]wet and MOR[perpendicular]wet) conditions were determined using the t test.
However, bending strength was a limitation for many potential applications, notably automotive structures.
The model is based on an all-new platform that offers 41 percent better torsional strength and 35 percent greater bending strength and offers the Fluidic Sculpture v2.
The results of maximum bending strain, fracture strain, and bending strength of PUI/ER composites are summarized in Figs.
Alder has low bending strength, shock resistance and stiffness.
While engine friction can be reduced through the use of thinner piston rings, a stronger material is necessary to maintain the proper bending strength.
Mechanical properties of compressed oil palm fronds bio-composite board was tested through the following method; static bending strength including modulus of elasticity (MOE) and modulus of rupture (MOR) besides compression strength for modulus of rupture (MOR).
The present study aimed to test the relationships between ultrasound velocity, modulus of elasticity and bending strength while also taking into account variations in moisture content and density.
For the bending strength test 3-layer plywood samples with perpendicular direction of cellulose fibre in the middle veneer layer to the outer veneer layer of plywood were prepared.