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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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Figure 2 shows the relationship between different joint part rotations and the breaking strength when the friction time between the joint part and the resin tubes is held constant.
Different from the results of breaking strength, an obvious decrease in elongation at break of AO-PAN after Fe[(bpy).
According to live weight groups, the first and the second determinative external quality traits was shell breaking strength and shell thickness.
Although several publications have characterized the materials science aspects of fiber-reinforced com-posites22-29, little mention has been made in the techni-cal literature on the breaking strength and marginal accuracy of fiber-reinforced composite crowns.
5 g laterally and rearward would become the maximum forces that a securement device should withstand without exceeding the device's breaking strength.
These extrudates were more porous and had greater expansion, lower density and lower breaking strength than those produced from corn meal and unhydrolyzed whey proteins.
The grafted site showed satisfactory breaking strength, extensibility, energy absorption and total dilatation capacity on 60th postoperative day.
Schindler Aramid ropes provide the same breaking strength as steel ropes but with much lower weight, and they also have a high coefficient of friction and high reverse-bending strength.
A strip of skin containing the wound was removed and tested for breaking strength.
This effect, plus the tensile strength of the binder itself, appears to explain the high breaking strength and good handleability of these cores.
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