rupture strength


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modulus of rupture

A measure of the ultimate load-carrying capacity of a beam; equal to the ratio of the bending moment at rupture to the section modulus of the beam.
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Generally, these specimens exhibited greater ultimate failure strengths than the specimens in other groups such that longitudinal grooves showed enhancement of the ultimate rupture strength to a considerable degree compared to conventional surface preparation.
The Goodman-Boiler mean stress model (13) which uses creep rupture strength ([S.
The rupture strength and bending test were conducted after Ni-Cr plating, as electroplating introduces hydrogen into the material, causing the risk for brittleness (Table 4).
93 Transverse rupture strength 1570 1570 1500 1300 Compressive strength, MPa 6080 4800 5000 3000 Youngs Modulus X [10.
It boasts greater rupture strength and temperature stability than other plastics.
1998) and rounding the right angle corners is generally recommended both to enhance confinement effectiveness and to reduce the detrimental effect of a sharp corner on the tensile rupture strength of FRP.
A small pressure is applied to the foam boundaries and every cell window between a wet cell and a dry cell is checked to evaluate if the applied pressure is greater than its rupture strength ([P.
With a transverse rupture strength equal to that of C7 cemented carbide, it performs best in both rough and finish machining of aluminum work pieces with the potential to replace carbide.
Another feature, transverse rupture strength to 450,000 psi, allows the composite material to take deflection under stress and transfer applied loads.