biaxial stress

biaxial stress

[bī′ak·sē·əl ‚stress]
(mechanics)
The condition in which there are three mutually perpendicular principal stresses; two act in the same plane and one is zero.
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Contract notice for Equipment for biaxial stress testing
At this location, the sensor is typically subjected to biaxial stress [10], and hence the biaxial stress sensitivity of the sensor should be investigated.
However, statistical damage model for rocks under plane-strain biaxial stress state (PSBSS) is rarely available.
where [[sigma].sup.u.sub.t] is the failure stress in uniaxial tension; [b.sub.0] is a constant defined from the value of the tensile failure stress in a state of biaxial stress when the other nonzero principle stress is set equal to -[[sigma].sup.u.sub.c]; and [[sigma].sub.t] is the equivalent tensile stress used to describe the tension softening.
[6] studied the fatigue behavior of concrete subjected to combined stresses in the T-C region of the biaxial stress space and found that the decrease in rotational stiffness at failure for the constant amplitude fatigue loading was comparable to the corresponding load in the postpeak part of the quasistatic response.
Texture of Electroplated Copper Film under Biaxial Stress. Mater Trans 2006; 47: 2299-2301.
[15] suggested that a successful biaxial stress test with cruciform specimens require five conditions as follows:
The size of the grating domains can be more than 1 [cm.sup.2], whereas the orientation of the gratings is random with respect to each other due to the complexity of biaxial stress field created during the tensile-FIS splitting.
A relationship between the biaxial stress in a plate and the bending moment will now be discussed.
On the other hand, researchers [12] suggest for axially and laterally compressed solid body to consider biaxial stress state as a simplified model of triaxial state.
(48) Dynamic properties of filled rubber in uniaxial and biaxial stress configurations--experimental data and FE simulated results.
Griffith, "Evaluation of biaxial stress failure surfaces for a glass fabric reinforced polyester under static and fatigue loading", J.