elastic constant


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elastic constant

[i′las·tik ′kän·stənt]

elastic constant

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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.
4] and the part of the crankshaft (which is reduced and has the elastic constant [c.
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.
The analysis of the diffused light being realized by an interferometer of Fabry-Perot, this technique makes it possible to measure the propagation velocity of the sound and then enables us to determine elastic constants of studied material.
Despite the great variety of literature available on the identification of the elastic constants of laminated plates, there are very few studies dedicated to the problems of the estimation of the elastic parameters of stiffened plates.
Bodig and Jayne (1982) reported a series of elastic constant ratios with a generalized [E.
Previous research has noted differences between solid-sawn lumber (SSL) and SCL materials in terms of the elastic constant ratios (Hindman et al.
2005b) have noted differences in the elastic constant ratios and torsional rigidity terms between solid-sawn lumber and SCL materials.
The transverse MOE and all shear moduli values were calculated using elastic constant ratios for SCL given by Hindman (1999), based on the measured value of [E.
a] is elastic constant springs; f--spring arrow; D-diameter of the regulator membrane; [F.
ijkl] are the elastic constant tensor components (the nine non-zero orthotropic elastic constants) (Demirdzic, at al.