biaxial stress

biaxial stress

[bī′ak·sē·əl ‚stress]
(mechanics)
The condition in which there are three mutually perpendicular principal stresses; two act in the same plane and one is zero.
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Texture of Electroplated Copper Film under Biaxial Stress.
15] suggested that a successful biaxial stress test with cruciform specimens require five conditions as follows:
In Figure 8, the comparisons of numerical results obtained from different biaxial stress ratios with experimental data are shown.
Contract award: delivery biaxial test system for testing materials in biaxial stress state.
2], whereas the orientation of the gratings is random with respect to each other due to the complexity of biaxial stress field created during the tensile-FIS splitting.
A relationship between the biaxial stress in a plate and the bending moment will now be discussed.
On the other hand, researchers [12] suggest for axially and laterally compressed solid body to consider biaxial stress state as a simplified model of triaxial state.
48) Dynamic properties of filled rubber in uniaxial and biaxial stress configurations--experimental data and FE simulated results.
Griffith, "Evaluation of biaxial stress failure surfaces for a glass fabric reinforced polyester under static and fatigue loading", J.
Contract notice: Delivery biaxial test system for testing materials in biaxial stress state.
The Puncture resistance test method imparts a biaxial stress to determine the resistance of film to the penetration of a probe at a single constant test speed of 250mm/min.