deformation curve

deformation curve

[‚def·ər′mā·shən ‚kərv]
(mechanics)
A curve showing the relationship between the stress or load on a structure, structural member, or a specimen and the strain or deformation that results. Also known as stress-strain curve.
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Indeed, for re-loading in these materials, a loop of hysteresis is formed on the deformation curve, which corresponds to the amount of energy emitted in the form of heat.
The values of f andD were taken from the center of the pseudo-elastic portion of the force deformation curve of the bending tests.
The deformation curve shows a transformation region during heating and another--martensitic transformation--approximately 150 seconds into the process.
In the tests, razor blade shear energy (N * mm) is calculated as the area under the force deformation curve from the beginning to the end of the test.
At that point a load is reached that leads to crack development with a drop in the load deformation curve in some test specimens.
The test specimens compressed in the dominating direction of the fibres (2nd direction) initially deformed more slowly and their deformation curve at the initial compression stage was more upright.
The cyclic deformation curve of the forged steel is independent of the geometrical direction (i.
The above analysis of clay deformation clearly indicates that based on the assumption of uniform deformation curve of clay in effective stress-strain-time space, the residual deformation ([[epsilon].
7] reported that recovery can take place at room temperature by investigating the Kikuchi line and the deformation curve of the AZ31 Mg alloy.
The Young's modulus E (MPa) was calculated as the slope of the initial part of deformation curve.
For approximation of deformation curve of the smooth sample with sixfold resharpening the power law hardening equation [s.
Hyperelastic constitutive models are used to represent the nonlinear elastic deformation curve.