elasticity modulus

elasticity modulus

[i‚las′tis·əd·ē ‚mäj·ə·ləs]
(mechanics)
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Then the effect of dimensions and elasticity modulus of the fiber buddle on the stress intensity factor (SIF) of the matrix crack is studied numerically.
Time-dependent properties are characterised by the time dependent elasticity modulus E(t), which is constant throughout the volume.
The subballast layer requires the soil mixture strength of at least 450-500 MPa (similar to the elasticity modulus the crushed stone layer).
Based on the conducted research, the addition of the nanoparticles not only increases the hardness, elasticity modulus, and toughness of the coating but also lowers its network density and converts the scratch morphology from fracture type to plastic type (self-healing capability).
Vibration-based nondestructive tools generally use the well-known and accurate relationship between the natural frequency of oscillation of a simply supported beam and the dynamic elasticity modulus to estimate the mechanical properties of material.
The technological products for which the above elasticity modulus was obtained present various shapes ranging from simple to complex (fig.
10 MPa, where [sigma] = [epsilon]*E; E is the elasticity modulus of the condensate (Table 1).
However, changes in dilatational elasticity modulus were more suggestive of a mixed interface.
It is known that the value of static elasticity modulus changes with stress applied on samples.