bearing stress

bearing stress

[′ber·iŋ ‚stres]
(mechanics)

bearing pressure

The pressure on a bearing, 2; the load on a bearing surface divided by its area.
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These stress injuries often occur at the tibial metaphysis as well and are typically posterior and medial where weight bearing stress is greatest [3].
However, the issue of high bearing stress and corrosion of steel dowel has a significant impact on their long-term performance [1].
This location on the rafter is not subjected to as much bearing stress as the middle of the rafter, but could still result in a failure from compression stresses.
Voltage overshoot causes winding and bearing stress on the motor and can result in motor failure.
By evaluating the bearing stress distribution at the plate anchor, Su et al.
Equivalent stress [[sigma].sub.eq] at point K represents a geometric sum that joins both normal stresses: averaging bearing stress [[sigma].sub.avg] and bending stress [[sigma].sub.b]
Here bearing stress is force perpendicular to the timber grain divided by the plate (contact) area, and strain is defined as plate embedment divided by block depth.
The ultimate bearing stress [q.sub.f] is obtained from
The relationship between bearing stress and displacement of bolted joints for round wood in the tensile test is shown in Figure 5, which showed a large portion of nonlinear deformation before failure occurred.
The high load and weight bearing stress required by elite gymnasts place them at high risk for overuse injuries of the upper extremity.
This is particularly prominent in keys with hexagonal configuration, where the bearing stresses are concentrated on edges at the hex vertices, deforming and rounding them.
When nails are flush driven, the bearing area is adequate and bearing stresses are sufficiently low, such that the plywood does not fail.