volumetric strain

volumetric strain

[¦väl·yə¦me·trik ′strān]
(mechanics)
One measure of deformation; the change of volume per unit of volume.
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v] is volumetric strain of coal solid skeletons, [lambda] and G are Lame elastic constants of coal solid skeletons, [[lambda] = [[mu]E/(1 + [mu]/(1 - 2[mu])]] and [G = [E/2(1 + [mu])]], E and [mu] are elastic modulus and Poisson's ratio of coal solid skeletons respectively.
The volumetric strain due to compaction, [epsilon]c, for an earthquake with a magnitude of 7.
To research the characteristics of deviatoric stress-axial strain and volumetric strain relationship of simulated soft rock specimen under various confining pressures, obtaining its cohesion and internal friction angle, triaxial compression tests were conducted.
This equation is obtained by assuming that the increase of plastic volumetrics train is equal to the increase of total volumetric strain and both of them are equal to zero in the peak of deviatoric stress.
Using the true stress-strain curve and the volumetric strain response as the main targets the identification of the four variables [[sigma].
Volumetric strain heating due to deformation in the ductile regime is given by Ash = t xe, where t is the shear strength of a rock and e is the strain rate.
As the concrete softened, the volumetric strain reached zero marking the transfer of load from concrete core to the FRP confinement.
Therefore, the volumetric strain 8v in this simulation is defined by using the axial strain et and lateral strain e2, as below.
A delayed damage due to confining pressure of maximum value is reached at zero volumetric strain of concrete.
When neglecting time dependency, volumetric strain due to dilatancy [v.
After repeated surveys, the earthquake administration of Liaoning province showed that the Sihe reservoir has no influence on the water quality, water level, or volumetric strain of the Fuxin well under normal circumstances (<Seismic monitoring records of China >).