displacement curve

displacement curve

[dis′plās·mənt ‚kərv]
(naval architecture)
A graph of the displacement of a vessel versus its draft; it is a curve of form.
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The complete load displacement curve, recorded during each experimental test up to penetration, revealed a map of the behavior of the material under dynamic loading conditions [14].
From the current study, the analytical FEM values of load displacement curve, it is shown that for unconfined R.
In some applications, it is necessary to control the displacement curve, the velocity curve, the acceleration curve, and even the jerk curve.
The force displacement curve from the test has been adopted for the FE simulation.
The area under the load - displacement curve between 0 and 25 mm calculated by the aim of CAD based program and the results are given in Table 5.
It is important to mention here that at 1 mm displacement level, apparently no macro cracks were observed in case of B8-cont beam and therefore, greater energy dissipation value is perhaps due to the high load value attained at this displacement amplitude compared to other beams with fibers resulting in more area under load displacement curve.
displacement curve and the GPa modulus and hardness the average ability of the sample's fibers to withstand a load on the fiber interface structure will be measured.
The load at which a test displacement curve deviated from its corresponding linear fitted curve by 5 percent was then regarded as the 5 percent deviation load for the joint.
From the standpoint of a mechanical constitutive relation, the typical compressive load displacement curve reveals a nonlinear elastic characteristic.