residual deformation

residual deformation

The nonreversible deformation that remains in hardened concrete after a sustained load has been removed.
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Since residual deformation generated from the first test changed cross-sectional area of the specimens, strain, and engineering stress from the second test could be calculated based on either the cross-sectional area of the virgin specimens, i.
Low-temperature properties of the binder were compared with the indices, standardized by GOST 52056-2003 (Table 3) and additionally by the method of determining the residual deformation proposed in this paper, since the occurrence of this type of deformation is especially dangerous for asphalt concrete pavements.
The effective strain contours reveal the nature of work hardening and residual deformation in the chip and the work piece.
Those that possess small residual deformation after a 5 mN load is applied are though to display superior mar performance.
The accumulated residual deformation properties of rock fill material are also experimental studied.
Primary applications for Rubbersil RS-50 include tire carcasses, white sidewalls, soft soling, sporting goods, cellular goods, and mechanical rubber goods that depend on low residual deformation under pressure, as well as excellent dynamic properties.
Complex phase steels are characterized by high deformability, high energy absorption, and high residual deformation capability.
Texture versus Residual Deformation Effects in Metal Materials: Principles of Experimental Approach and General Regularities
Crushed stone particles easily penetrate into the sandy bed, and therefore there occur residual deformation.
Significant differences were observed between the SR and FR foams, particularly in terms of residual deformation after unloading, hysteresis area, and creep behavior at different stress levels.
T] are accordingly limiting uniform strain of the rider material and the admission on residual deformation (equal 0.
soil is subjected to residual deformation ([[epsilon].