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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Modulus of rupture over a range of exchangeable sodium percentages
Those 103 specimens were tested in flexure, and their Young's modulus and modulus of rupture measured.
100 mm x 100 mm x 500 mm prisms were used for determining the modulus of rupture as well as the ductility.
The mechanical testing was done to determine the modulus of rupture by three-point bend test.
ICC-ES, which is the United States' leading evaluation service for innovative building materials, components and systems, thoroughly examined MiraTEC trim for code-compliance based on 12 physical property and performance criteria: thickness swelling, water absorption, nail-head pull through, lateral nail resistance, modulus of rupture, hardness, impact, accelerated aging based on percent thickness swell, accelerated aging based on percent strength retention, weatherability of substrate, decay resistance and moisture content.
Cumulative frequency diagram for modulus of rupture of southern pine crossarms adjusted to 16 percent moisture content.
Compared to conventional rebar, Helix officials contend, this "micro" reinforcing approach allows the concrete achieve higher shear capacity and modulus of rupture (first crack strength), plus increased durability (life cycle) and ductility (flexibility).
The mechanical properties of concrete which were studied include compressive strength, tensile strength, and modulus of rupture.
Fortunately, in the 60's, researchers in North America had found that there is a strong correlation between the modulus of elasticity and modulus of rupture in bending.
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.