stress difference

stress difference

[′stres ‚dif·rəns]
(mechanics)
The difference between the greatest and the least of the three principal stresses.
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The increase of implant geometrical parameters resulted in decrease of the stress difference between two materials.
The final flow-induced stress difference, for example, xy component, between 270 and 280[degrees]C is 88 Pa at P3; this value decreases to 10 Pa between 320 and 330[degrees]C, nearly one-ninth of lower temperatures.
All the viscoelastic fluids have shear-thinning viscosity and nonzero first normal stress difference.
10[degrees]), the resolution of the multinotched applicator test is greatly enhanced owing to a reduction in the shear stress difference between adjacent coated lines.
In the two testing procedures, which are mentioned above (Figure 7 and 8), with evaluation of peak shearing strength parameters, obtained vertical and tangential stress difference at the peak shearing stress is 10%.
Also, the Von Mises stress of the LED chip with R2 heat slug is lower compared to the LED chip with R1 heat slug with the Von Mises stress difference of 12.
Additionally, this stress difference between majors persisted despite controlling for other known predictors of stress.
As shown in Figure 5 and Figure 6, for Newtonian fluid, the horizontal stress difference will be larger with the viscosity enhanced.
The curves for initial confining pressures of 100 and 200 kPa show that the stress difference does not reach zero, as in the test indicating complete liquefaction, rather they drop to a minimum before increasing to levels well above the initial peak (dry funnel pluviation method) or stabilize around an ultimate stationary very weak value (wet deposition method).
8 are plotted the curves of the principal stress difference [[sigma].
An attempt to measure the first normal stress difference N1 in shear flow for a polyisobutylene/decalin solution"d2b"at shear rates up to 10(6)s(1), Journal of Rheology.
A hoop stress difference of 200 psi at the test highest temperature was recommended to provide more confidence in the projection.