bursting strength

bursting strength

[′bər·stiŋ ‚streŋkth]
(mechanics)
A measure of the ability of a material to withstand pressure without rupture; it is the hydraulic pressure required to burst a vessel of given thickness.

bursting strength

1. A measure of the ability of a sheet to resist rupture when pressure is applied to one side by a specified instrument under specified conditions.
2. Of a pipe or fitting, the internal pressure required to result in its failure.
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However, such an application often results in severe deterioration in the bursting strength of the treated fabrics.
Results of bursting strength carried out with Mullen method are presented in Figure 6 and they can be compared with results of moisture content (cf.
Cardboard thickness is categorized for its bursting strength and edge strength.
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There you'll find charts showing what standards for bursting strength or edge-crush resistance the fiberboard in your outer cartons must meet.
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Wet bursting strength and wet tensile strength were determined on samples immediately after immersion for 1 hour in water at 73[degrees] F, using the same procedure as for corresponding tests on samples conditioned in the normal manner.
But standards reflecting the damage concerns of transportation rely upon two factors: The basis weight of the facing linerboard used to construct the container and the bursting strength of the walls of the container.
Moving boxes also have a higher bursting strength,'' he says.