principal strain

principal strain

[′prin·sə·pəl ′strān]
(mechanics)
The elongation or compression of one of the principal axes of strain relative to its original length.
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They identified maximum principal strain (or stretch) and strain energy density as two broadly used damage quantification parameters for the nucleation phase.
The maximum principal strain rate results showed the corner areas of the spring seat experienced higher strain rates than the rest of the casting during solidification (Fig.
The Yeoh model assumes that the strain energy density is a function of only the first principal strain invariant [I.
Values of strain The principal strain Gauge Measured Calculated Calculated nr.
Tubular specimens were subjected to four different proportional paths in the principal strain space.
Four different loading paths, labeled O1, O4, O2 and O3, were chosen in the principal strain space.
Here an arbitrary rectangular brick, modeling the stretched cells with different average cell lengths in the three principal strain directions, replaces the cubic unit cell.
The Kuheilan Afas is one of the principal strains of Bahrain Arabian stallions, long bred for its strength, intelligence and temperament," he said.
He added that the Kuheilan Afas is one of the principal strains of Bahrain Arabian stallions, long bred for its strength, intelligence and temperament.
Calculation of mining subsidence and ground principal strains using generalised influence function method
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