compressive strength


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compressive strength

[kəm′pres·iv ′streŋkth]
(mechanics)
The maximum compressive stress a material can withstand without failure.

compressive strength

The maximum compressive stress which a material is capable of sustaining.
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Such methods provide a fairly accurate assessment of density, compressive strength, thermal conductivity and relative vapour resistance values.
After 28 days of hardening the compressive strength of 100% PF OSA concrete at 20[degrees]C was 2-2.
Normalized strength is expressed as the ratio of compressive strength of concrete with the fibres to the strength of the plain concrete at corresponding temperature.
2]), the broken force F and the compressive strength in MPa and in daN/[cm.
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1 micron) particle under pressure, but also measure its compressive strength.
It demonstrates good mechanical, electrical and thermal properties, including a compressive strength of 25 kpsi, dielectric strength of 100 volts per mil, and thermal conductivity of 9.
This conversion into gypsum is what gives the cement its high compressive strength.
The cured material has a Shore hardness of 91D, ultimate compressive strength of 13,900 psi, and ultimate tensile strength of 4,700 psi.