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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Contract award: delivery biaxial test system for testing materials in biaxial stress state.
Damage evaluation using magnetic properties in stainless steels under biaxial stress, Materials Transactions 49(3): 548-553.
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.
Contract notice: Delivery biaxial test system for testing materials in biaxial stress state.
l-x] As thin films to determine simultaneously both biaxial stress and Al composition (x).
Because of the high bulk modulus of rubber particles, small deformation can produce a high biaxial stress state in the rubber particles, thus encouraging the cavitation of rubber particles, consequently enhancing the shear deformation in the matrix and the toughness (37).
Normal-shear biaxial stress tests were conducted under cyclic tension and constant shear stress.
Overall, the "Kelvin-Voigt-type" model predictions are in better agreement with the results of Epon 826 epoxy polymer test data ranging from uniaxial to proportional and nonproportional biaxial stress states under quasistatic and cyclic loadings.