modulus of rupture


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modulus of rupture

A measure of the ultimate load-carrying capacity of a beam; equal to the ratio of the bending moment at rupture to the section modulus of the beam.
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BS EN ISO 10545--4/2012, "Ceramic tiles--Part 4: Determination of modulus of rupture and breaking strength", the British Standards Institution (BSI), London, (2012).
The composite panels made with different ratios of pine needles and eucalyptus wood particles indicated that the mechanical properties such as modulus of rupture, modulus of elasticity, internal bond strength, and screw withdrawal strength decreased with increasing pine needle fiber contents in the panels.
Modulus of rupture (Richards 1953; Cochrane and Aylmore 2002) is a laboratory technique used to measure the structural stability of hardsetting surface soils and the susceptibility of soils to crusting.
The test results show that modulus of rupture and ductility increases with all fibre contents.
The values of the modulus of rupture and elasticity investigations were highly satisfying and showed good performance for both pressing types.
3 presents the variation of the modulus of rupture f, as a function of the compressive strength O[f.
The strength effectiveness showed at each volume fraction a maximum for splitting tensile strength, followed by modulus of rupture and compressive strength.
Dimension of the modulus of rupture specimens were 75 x 204 [mm.
Modulus of rupture was measured for the sintered samples and is shown in Fig 7.
Modulus of rupture tests conducted on the mix designs used in the field tests indicate an allowable tension coefficient at release of 9.
For example, the modulus of rupture (MOR) of M-2 (the old 1-M-2) used to be 2,100 psi.
MTWIST controls electrohydraulic and electromechanical torsion test machines and calculates key material properties in shear such as modulus of rigidity, yield shear strength, ultimate shear strength and modulus of rupture.