creep recovery


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creep recovery

[′krēp ri′kəv·ə·rē]
(mechanics)
Strain developed in a period of time after release of load in a creep test.
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Yaniv, Creep and Creep Recovery Response of Load Cells Tested According to U.
At the end of the specified time, both cases were unloaded, the initial deflection recovery measured, and measurement of creep recovery continued for an additional three months.
Zero shear viscosity can be determined with a creep recovery test.
The repeated creep recovery test was conducted on all binders.
Conversely, by running the motor in open-loop mode, stress controlled tests such as creep and creep recovery can be performed.
The viscoelasticity of polymers also manifests into creep under constant stress and creep recovery on removal of stress.
In the linear viscoelastic region, the creep recovery behavior can be predicted using the Boltzmann Superposition Principle (17, 26); thus the creep recovery-compliance predicted by the Burgers model, [J.
Creep recovery studies have also been performed to measure the response to a constant stress over time.
Compressive creep recovery at room temperature (about 24 [degrees] C) has been recorded (with a Perkin-Elmer DMA7 in the creep-recovery mode) over a range of applied stresses ([Sigma]) for each material.