compression strength


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compression strength

[kəm′presh·ən ‚streŋkth]
(mechanics)
Property of a material to resist rupture under compression.
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Therefore, the size effect of the EGP on RPUF combustibility, thermal stability, physical and mechanical properties, diathermancy and hydrophobic property was characterized by limiting oxygen index (LOI), vertical burning level, cone calorimeter, thermogravimetry/ differential thermogravimetry (TG/DTG), density, compression strength, thermal conductivity, and contact angle tests.
This study was carried out to determine the impacts of dovetail angle for dovetail joints on the diagonal compression strength of box-type furniture corner joints, prepared in different woods, with different dovetail angles, and with different adhesives.
After the rock samples were detected by nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR), compression strength test and elastic modulus measurement were immediately performed using a universal QW-W300 microcomputer-controlled low-temperature electron test equipment.
(3) The variation of the internal friction angle had a certain impact on the uniaxial compression strength and damage evolution and reflected the compression durability of rock
A combination of three factors, homogeneity of material, straightness of column and the even distribution of load govern the compression strength parallel to the grain.
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Si[O.sub.2] ([C.sub.1]), quartz ([C.sub.2]), orthoclase ([C.sub.3]), plagioclase ([C.sub.4]), shore hardness ([C.sub.5]), density ([C.sub.6]), bending strength ([C.sub.7]), and compression strength ([C.sub.8]) were chosen as input parameters, and the diamond segment wear was predicted using a diamond frame saw to cut granite.
According to Figure 4, when the aspect ratio is smaller than 1, uniaxial compression strength of rocks gradually decreases with the increase in aspect ratio.
We investigated the effects of different granularity, components, and content of bentonite on the falling strength, compression strength, and shock temperature on the produced green pellet.