elastic modulus


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elastic modulus

[i‚las·tik ′mäj·ə·ləs]
(mechanics)

modulus of elasticity

In an elastic material which has been subject to strain below its elastic limit, the ratio of the unit stress to the corresponding unit strain.
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Cured samples were re-hydrated prior to testing and there was an average increase of 45% in ultimate tensile strength and 46% increase in elastic modulus compared to non-cured elastin.
The hardness and elastic modulus of the evaporated Au layer are, within the exception of 20 nm Au layer, decreasing functions of the Au layer.
We can reduce the effect that the Tg has on the elastic modulus of a semi-crystalline polymer by adding fillers and reinforcements.
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An interesting conclusion is that increasing the fillers' concentrations the bending apparent elastic modulus will be increased but the mechanical resistance is not very good.
There were significant differences in the elastic modulus of creme fraiche caused by the different pasteurization treatments and homogenization treatments.
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Compared to hardness, the nanoindentation measurement of the elastic modulus of coatings is more strongly affected by the substrate.
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The RDA III is a mechanical test system for evaluating viscoelastic properties such as steady shear viscosity, complex viscosity, complex modulus, elastic modulus, loss modulus, and damping of an extremely wide range of materials.
In this study we compare the mechanical percolation effect of two different nanofillers, namely carbon nanotubes (CNTs) and cellulose nanowbiskers, on the elastic modulus of polymer based composites.