compressive strain


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compressive strain

The strain caused by a compressive load.
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The compressive strain was preliminarily corrected by an offset value, so that a zero value of displacement could correspond to the zero load conditions.
However, it should be noted that performance of ELFORM 1 during loading at high compressive strain is comparable to performance with other element formulations.
The piezoresistivity at failure for 1 percent NanoFe was about 3,500 times higher than the compressive strain at failure for the 0.
80[degrees]C to 85[degrees]C) produced the lowest mean value of ultimate compressive strain (Fig.
Ying, "Stabilization and Compressive Strain Effect of AuCu Core on Pt Shell for Oxygen Reduction Reaction," Energy and Environmental Science, (2012) DOI:10.
Compressive strain recorded close to the KRAS benchmark is probably associated with a "bay" of the CESZ close to its eastern boundary with the Central Polish Uplift.
The devices produced by the Georgia Tech team increased their emission intensity by a factor of 17 and boosted injection current by a factor of four when compressive strain of 0.
2 Regression Equation for Ultimate Compressive Strain
The ultimate goal of the FEA analysis was to arrive at a device shape which had the least variation of strain amplitude and the maximum mean compressive strain during an operational cycle.
A few examples of specific topics covered include enhancement of light-trapping and efficiency of solar cells with photonic crystals, effect of boron doping on microcrystalline germanium carbon thin films, hot-wire chemical vapor deposition epitaxy on polycrystalline silicon seeds on glass, stability of amorphous silicon thin-film transistors under prolonged high compressive strain, and noise performance of high fill factor pixel architecture for robust large-area image sensors using amorphous silicon technology.
In a clamping force joint, as shown in Figure 1A, the clamping force is dependent on the elastic tension of the screw and the compressive strain of the steel parts mounted in contact (Figure 2).