radial stress


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radial stress

[′rād·ē·əl ′stres]
(mechanics)
Tangential stress at the periphery of an opening.
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From that, we can see the radial stress of arterial wall is compress stress.
To find the elastic modulus, we must determine the sectional area of the samples at each moment during the whole period of force exertion and obtain the radial stress for various radial strains.
An observation of the nodal path (N1, N2, N3, N4) in respect to its radial stress was analyzed (Table 1, Figure 3).
As strain increased, position effect causes the diameter of PVB increased and the radial stress generated.
The equation (6) represents radial stress distribution in the blank at die corner during the drawing process
The piston is roller-guided and is no longer subjected to rod thrust so there is no piston radial stress or piston slap," says Rabhi.
On putting the value of (36) in (20) and (21), one gets the expression for the dimensionless radial stress [S.
Radial stress contours, upon inserting the dynamic seal in the plastic housing, indicate the level of sealing; contours reaching the 9 MPa (1,300 psi) are read.
The radial stress decreases along the radius and vanishes at the rod surface, as required by the traction-free boundary condition.
The Three flange stresses are acted on flange are longitudinal hub stress, Radial stress, and Tangential stress.