deflection curve

deflection curve

[di′flek·shən ‚kərv]
(mechanics)
The curve, generally downward, described by a shot deviating from its true course.
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Both qualitative and quantitative analyses based on the normalized stress against deflection curve, and the [K.
13] introduced the rock strength into the calculation of the CBH of the consequent slabbed rock slope, they did not take into account the top loading of the slope and the cohesion between the neighboring rock slabs, and the buckling deformation deflection curve equation of the rock slab they adopted is also unreasonable.
Figure 5 shows load deflection curve of 20mm polypropylene panel with 2 and 3 layers.
deflection curve at four points, to the maximum resistance at first crack, [[sigma].
In the past Smeared approach was used to identify the cracks in RC beam using ANSYS but in this work it was extended using discrete approach of modeling and shear cracks were identified in RC beam and load deflection curve was simulated which showed good agreement with the experimental results.
During each cycle, load against the deflection curve and load against the steel strain curve were recorded; and at failure, the failure mode was highlighted.
P/[DELTA] in Equation 1 is the slope of the initial linear region of the load deflection curve.
It is remarkable that, in cases with closed-form solution, the location of the maximum deflection, bending moment or shear force can be found by differentiating the equation of the deflection curve.
A load vs central deflection curve is determined from the 3PB test.
The pressure deflection curve is measured using the setup in Figure 4 for a circular deflection area.
Dependent upon the curvature in the load deflection curve, the modulus may be classified as a "chord" modulus.
deflection curve is a straight line, which results in disruption of performance of vibration isolation.