microstress

microstress

[′mī·krə‚stres]
(metallurgy)
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11] is microstress [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] where mathematical expectation is <[[xi].
11] is microstress caused by single principal macrostress [[sigma].
where [sigma] is the macrostress (Piola-Kirchhoff stress), [eta] is the microstress and [tau] is the interactive force.
Carbon atoms dissolved in the octahedrical positions of martensite reduce the size of domains and increase the size of structural microstress, as demonstrated by the results of the X-ray analyses.
where the macrostress [sigma], the microstress [eta], and the interactive force [tau] are defined as derivatives of the free energy function
Here u denotes the macrodisplacement, [psi] the microdeformation, [rho] the macrodensity, I the microinertia, [sigma] the macrostress, [eta] the microstress, [tau] the interactive force, x space coordinate, and t time.
Because of its importance in the application of epoxy resin, microstress and interfacial stress concentration at the matrix interface in filled epoxy resins were studied in our previous work (26-29), and the internal stress relaxation is proposed to explain sub-[T.
The ensuing quantities {S,S,z,Z} have the meaning of generalized stress fields: S is a nonsymmetric stress tensor; S is the couple-stress tensor; z is the internal volume force related to the presence of the microcracks, playing the role of the force responsible for the internal changes of the system configuration [7,8], and Z is the microstress tensor.
Analyses of the frames were carried out with a commercially available finite element software program, MICROSAFE [TM], a product of the Microstress Corporation [7].
Analyses of the chairs were carried out with commercially available finite element software: MICROSAFE [TM], a product of the Microstress Corporation [5].