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elastic constant

[i′las·tik ′kän·stənt]

elastic constant

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2006) and Harrison and Hindman (2007)) demonstrated that there is no consistent pattern of equivalency between the elastic constants and elastic constant ratios measured using different test methods.
Detailed reduction is given by Arai [7], These hypothetical elastic constants enable to relate all the stress components to strain components respectively without using the plastic flow rule.
The ultrasonic wave method can be introduced into the elastic constants measurement of the metal material.
Finally, the correlation between the elastic constant (k) of a damping system under the influence of a harmonic force with the material parameters needs further study.
There is a great deal of information in the literature on the identification of the elastic constants of laminated plates employing vibration test data (Pedersen, P.
The elastic constant ratios associated with sawn lumber have been studied by previous authors.
This result is in agreement with a melt law that of P(VDF-TrFE), the elastic constant of alumina being much larger than that of P(VDF-TrFE).
4] and the reduced crankshaft with an elastic constant of [c.
Among their topics are parametric vibration induced by moving loads, vibration of disc brake rotors, friction materials elastic constant measurements, and laser metrology.
Previous studies have shown a difference in the behavior of solid-sawn lumber and structural composite lumber (SCL) materials in terms of the elastic constant ratios and in the lateral torsional buckling behavior.
Sealers by elastic constant sealants based on silicone or polysulfide.