breaking strength


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breaking strength

[′brāk·iŋ ‚streŋkth]
(mechanics)
The ability of a material to resist breaking or rupture from a tension force.

ultimate strength

Of a material in tension, compression, or shear: the maximum value of tension, compression, or shear, respectively, that the material can sustain without failure.
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2+] supported PAN fiber and in turn lead to the fiber with lower breaking strength and larger elongation at break.
While the breaking strength showed a marginal decrease on 30th day, it showed increase on 60th day attaining 22.
001) in the pigs fed the HCa diets, whereas the breaking strength of their bones did not differ (p>0.
Looking at the balance, some anglers swing toward braided line, for added breaking strength without increasing line diameter.
The experimental tests that used a sonotrode with 3 straight active lobes with active surfaces (type A) have led to obtaining a 10 daN joint breaking strength placed at the higher limit imposed by the application (***, 2009b).
The incision wound was made on the paravertebral region of the rat and the important parameters assed in the employment of incision wound is the measurement of skin breaking strength on 10th post wound day using tcnsiometer.
The Hardy Integrity Tester is a mechanical device for the repetitive raising and dropping of disposable absorbent products in order to quantify the breaking strength of the absorbent core within the product.
The WLL is a percentage of the Minimum Breaking Strength (MBS), which is the minimum load that would cause a new tie-down to break.
A 50% loading of 100-micron fibers in HDPE had ultimate tensile strength of 3190 psi, Gallagher reported, while the same loading of 38-micron fiber had breaking strength of 3625 psi, a 14% increase.
T 456 cm-03 Tensile breaking strength of water-saturated paper and paperboard ("wet tensile strength")
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1 percent as much energy to fracture and had a breaking strength 17.