modulus of toughness

modulus of toughness

The amount of energy per unit volume which is absorbed by a structural material when subject to shock or impact, up to the point of fracture.
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ymax] (MPa) (MPa) Neat LDPE 26 [+ or -] 1 274 [+ or -] 10 LDPE-MWCNT 32 [+ or -] 4 430 [+ or -] 50 LDPE-MWCNT-UHMWPE 25 [+ or -] 2 381 [+ or -] 21 Type of sample Ultimate fracture strain, Modulus of toughness, [[epsilon].
It is shown that addition of 8 wt% of UHMWPE and 2 wt% of MWCNTs can increase modulus of toughness and elastic energy storage capacity of LDPE by 55 and 17%, respectively.
The modulus of toughness also called the specific volume energy absorption to fracture, which is an indication of the toughness of a material, was calculated based on the area integration of the stress-strain curve from the tensile tests.
The tensile strength at break, the tensile strain at break, the modulus of toughness, and the impact strength of PEEK all increase significantly with molecular weight.
This also shows up in the modulus of toughness (Fig.
Tensile strength, modulus, elongation to break, and the modulus of toughness of microcellular polycarbonate were measured as a function of cell size.
The modulus of toughness (also called the specific volume energy absorption to fracture), which is an indication of the toughness of a material, was calculated based on the area integration of the stress-strain curve from the tensile test.