bending load

bending load

A load that tends to bend the member under the load.
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In the Ozone Dynamic Test, the hose is subjected to a cyclic bending load in a controlled ozone atmosphere.
An optimum fibre reinforced-concrete composition, with the mentioned quantity of steel fibres, was selected and, after hardening, the FRC resistance to bending load was tested.
This process is used to characterize materials [1] or measure the bending load of thermoplastic composites as described in [2].
So we give the critical buckling stress of web under bending load and under shear load based on [15].
For this type of vehicles, the influence of the upper body on the bending load generated in the lower limb is compensated by setting the impact height of the FlexPLI 50 mm above that of pedestrians.
The total stress due to internal pressure and axial bending load can then be compared to the estimated axial failure stress.
Testing Procedure: Since seismic action is simulated by series of alternating cycles of bending load with variable amplitude (Buyle-Bodin and Madhkhan, 2002).
Concrete fractures with CR were analyzed under the three-point bending load, determining the deflection and load-crack mouth opening displacement (CMOD).
Another unique design feature is the use of two large lands where the bending load is absorbed, not in the thread profile as typically observed in other connection systems.
The feasibility of applying a four-point bending load to fractured limbs during X-ray was tested on a small cohort of 5 patients with fractures of the tibia, who had been treated with an intra-medullary nail.
The number of revolutions of the extender controls the frequency of the oscillatory bending load.