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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At the moment of creating a new opening, the increase in the hoop stress and the unloading of the radial stress result in a splitting tensile failure of the surrounding rock mass.
The stresses (von Mises, radial stress, and hoop stress) of developed present program and ADINA are compared in Figure 3, where the positional number in X-axis denote the Gauss points along the axis.
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).
Letelier, "Relativistic static thin discs with radial stress support," Class.
Figures 3 and 4 present an analysis of the radial stress distribution varying the number of bilayers.
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