creep recovery


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creep recovery

[′krēp ri′kəv·ə·rē]
(mechanics)
Strain developed in a period of time after release of load in a creep test.
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Creep recovery fitting parameters obtained from the Weibull distribution function model and the Schapery recovery model for neat LDPE and the composites.
The viscosity, performance grade (PG), creep and creep recovery, and frequency sweep tests were carried out on modified binder.
This work employs various chemical methods to synthesize [Fe.sub.3][ O.sub.4] magnetic particles of various sizes and [Fe.sub.3][ O.sub.4] magnetic nanowire and to form them into MR fluids, whose MR properties, including shear yield stress, compression resistance, creep recovery, and yield strength decay, are then observed.
Yaniv, Creep and Creep Recovery Response of Load Cells Tested According to U.S.
At the end of the specified time, both cases were unloaded, the initial deflection recovery measured, and measurement of creep recovery continued for an additional three months.
Zero shear viscosity can be determined with a creep recovery test.
Elevated temperatures have the effect of increasing the rate processes (e.g., creep recovery) in PE which may lead to premature interference between the liner and host pipe.
For the creep recovery test, the constant stress was applied (blend system: [tau] = l, 10, 100 Pa, fibers: [tau] = 100 Pa) and the strain was monitored versus time.
Conversely, by running the motor in open-loop mode, stress controlled tests such as creep and creep recovery can be performed.