deformation energy

deformation energy

[‚def·ər′mā·shən ‚en·ər·jē]
(nuclear physics)
The energy which must be supplied to an initially spherical nucleus to give it a certain deformation in the Bohr-Wheeler theory.
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This is a unique behavior observed in the frontal OI in which the lateral component has a significant contribution to the deformation energy absorbed by the target vehicle.
The dough containing the cottonseed flour and wheat flour blend exhibited higher tenacity, lower extensibility and deformation energy.
At least 10 years of experience in vehicle studies of all vehicle parts related to the cause, and a description of deformation and assessment of deformation energy
In classical thin shell and thick shell computation analysis, the contribution of this tensor (Gauss curvature tensor) to the deformation energy disappears in the stiffness matrix.
Theoretical approaches to the deformation energy can be divided into two categories; Dynamic calculations to find the shape of the ground state (or even of excited states) and static calculations by determining the absolute minimum (ground state) or multiple minima (shape isomers) in the potential energy surface (PES) for a given nucleus.
When a polymer melt is extruded through a die, it will consume large amount of deformation energy in the entry flow, tube flow, and exit flow owing to its viscoelasticity and flow velocity rearrangement and will generate obvious pressure losses.
In the paper are presented in comparison parameters can be obtained by Martens hardness, such as hardness layer, elasticity modulus En-, mechanical work of deformation and the ratio of elastic deformation energy and the plastic.
is the total deformation energy, where DEL and DEH are the deformation energies of the light and heavy fragments respectively; and
In the loading/unloading curves, the area encolosed by the loading curve represents the total deformation energy end they enclosed by the unloading curve is the elastic deformation energy.