breaking load


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breaking load

[′brāk·iŋ ‚lōd]
(mechanics)
The stress which, when steadily applied to a structural member, is just sufficient to break or rupture it. Also known as ultimate load.

breaking load, failure load, fracture load, ultimate load

The load which, if placed upon a structure or test piece, is just great enough to break it.
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The sintered component has a slightly higher breaking load of 40 kN when compared to heat-treated sintered component which has a breaking load of 34.4 kN.
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the breaking load in the longitudinal direction is not less than 200 n.
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