failure properties

failure properties

[′fāl·yər ‚präp·ərd·ēz]
(engineering)
The parameters that control the degree of the failure of a powder.
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The curing bladder compounds mixed in this study were tested for filler dispersion, shear viscosity, tensile properties, failure properties (fatigue life and tear) and thermal conductivity.
The failure properties, the volume strain, and the impact energy decrease only for the unfilled material.
All deformation and failure properties were evaluated from the tensile data obtained at a strain rate of [10.
The force and 'distance to break' are measured by their Texture Expert Exceed software and used as indicators of tensile strength and ultimate failure properties.
That said, however, there are ductile failure properties associated with the material, which would come into play should vehicle occupants collide with the parts during an accident.
In line with the improvement in cut growth and fatigue to failure properties, the samples (control and co-PPTA.
The failure properties of elastomers are dependent on the size of the largest defects present in the material, and thus represent an indirect method to characterize the size of "inherent" defects.
Failure properties are also affected, but the changes are not as great as the reduction in high strain modulus (e.
59) Time-dependent response and failure properties of rubber bushing compounds.
The parameters based on failure properties cannot be used to relate wear between UHMWPE and the composite since their failure mechanisms are so very different.
For failure properties, however, aging causes loss of strength (for brittle failure), and so testing without taking account of possible aging could lead to dangerous overestimates of strength and lifetimes.
He has made numerous contributions to understanding the mechanical and failure properties of elastomers, particularly in the context of rubber engineering design, such as developing one of the standard hyper-elastic models widely used in commercial finite element analysis, known as the Yeoh Model.

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