bending stress

bending stress

[′ben·diŋ ‚stres]
(mechanics)
An internal tensile or compressive longitudinal stress developed in a beam in response to curvature induced by an external load.

bending stress

The tensile or compressive stress resulting from the application of a non-axial force on a structural member.
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In floor elements, the core layers perpendicular to the major strength axis transfer shear stress between the layers, but because of the discontinuity of the laminations, do not transfer normal bending stress ( Fellmoser and Bla 2004, Mohammad et al.
The mechanical properties (tensile stress, bending stress, and bending modulus) of PBT binary composites with different content of SLMs are presented in Fig.
Now, considering the shift in the neutral axis towards the inner side of the formed section, the inner compressive bending stress area thickness reduces and the outer tensile bending stress area thickness increases.
Standard mathematical relations were adopted to analyze the bending moment and bending stress and the same is correlated to toughness of the material.
In addition, load distribution, root bending stress, and the distance from modification center to tooth width center can also be read; thus, transmission performance can be evaluated.
Additional Bending Stress of a Buried Pipeline in the PSCD Stage.
Then, they have revealed in the measurement that the resonance frequency of bending stress on the crankshaft rear is changed according to engine speed because the crankshaft whirls on its rear end.
Physical characteristics of crops and plants are significant issues in designing machinery to harvest them.Therefore in the present study, general physical properties, bending stress, modulus of elasticity, shear stress and specific shearing energy were determined over stalks of 10 different maize (Zeamays L.) cultivars.
The spheroidal graphite distribution wholly or partially on matrix depends on type of component application like axial stress, bending stress, reverse bending stress or torsional stress determines the life of component.
Resistance to tooth breakage is normally dependent upon the bending stress occurring at the contact area of mating teeth.
The bending stress at the lower part of the joist will eventually drive the crack through the board, causing failure.