Poisson ratio


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Poisson ratio

[pwä′sōn‚rā·shō]
(mechanics)
The ratio of the transverse contracting strain to the elongation strain when a rod is stretched by forces which are applied at its ends and which are parallel to the rod's axis.
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Results demonstrate that the effect of coating's Poisson Ratio is negligible in output and the most important factor is [rho.
23] introduced concept of biaxial Poisson ratio [mu], definition of which is the ratio of true strain along thickness [[epsilon].
The material constants of the foundation are Poisson ratio v = 0.
Keywords: Elastodynamics Filtration Navier-Stokes Numerical Solutions Permeability Poisson Ratio Aneurysm.
The flexural modulus, the impact energy, and the Poisson ratio of the unfilled composite are quite the same with the presence of both contaminants.
For example, Munro proposed a 70 % uncertainty in the Poisson ratio and a 24 % uncertainty in the bulk modulus.
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To accentuate the damage condition, inelastic poisson ratio (v) was use as the ratio of transversal strain ([[epsilon].
Table 1: Mechanical properties of epoxy reinforced by chopped glass fiber: Volume fraction E (GPa) G (GPa) Density Poisson ratio % (g/[cm.
The new model is called as virtual multi-dimensional internal bonds (VMIB) model, and it only can be used to material with Poisson ratio lower than 0.