deformation energy

deformation energy

[‚def·ər′mā·shən ‚en·ər·jē]
(nuclear physics)
The energy which must be supplied to an initially spherical nucleus to give it a certain deformation in the Bohr-Wheeler theory.
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Rock burst is a sudden and violent release of the elastic deformation energy accumulated in the rock mass under certain conditions, which causes the rock to burst and eject (Li et al., 2012; Pan et al., 2014).
Al, Fe, can considerably decrease the deformation energy hence as well the remaining motivating force for primary recrystallization through the preceding recovery period." [1]
1-5 are following: B = specimen thickness (mm), W = specimen width (mm), a = initial length of notch (mm), [a.sub.eff] = the effective crack length (mm), [A.sub.el]; [A.sub.pl] = elastic and plastic parts of initial deformation energy (N.
The deformation energy increased with the deformation of the material, which led to [F.sub.r] increase.
When the surrounding rock deformation is large, CRLB resistance can be kept constant and the deformation energy of the surrounding rock can be absorbed by CRLD; hence, CRLD can still play a good supporting effect when the surrounding rock is under large deformation state.
In addition, deformation energy gets stored in the alloy and a strengthening phase can be quickly precipitated during aging.
This is a unique behavior observed in the frontal OI in which the lateral component has a significant contribution to the deformation energy absorbed by the target vehicle.
Recall that, in (17), we see that total deformation energy due to K-L and R-M models contains membrane deformation energy [E.sub.ee] and bending deformation energy [E.sub.kk]; that is, [E.sup.R-M] = [E.sub.ee] + [E.sub.kk].
The dough containing the cottonseed flour and wheat flour blend exhibited higher tenacity, lower extensibility and deformation energy. However, proteases lessened these characteristics.
- At least 10 years of experience in vehicle studies of all vehicle parts related to the cause, and a description of deformation and assessment of deformation energy
Theoretical approaches to the deformation energy can be divided into two categories; Dynamic calculations to find the shape of the ground state (or even of excited states) and static calculations by determining the absolute minimum (ground state) or multiple minima (shape isomers) in the potential energy surface (PES) for a given nucleus.
Therefore, we conducted this experimental study and measured the toughness indices ([I.sub.5], [I.sub.10], [I.sub.20], [I.sub.30]), variation coefficients of bearing capacity, deformation energy, and equivalent flexure strength of the beam specimens of steel fiber reinforced high performance concrete containing nano-Si[O.sub.2] particles and fly ash to reveal the effect of steel fibers on flexural toughness of high performance concrete containing nano-Si[O.sub.2] and fly ash.