endurance strength

endurance strength

[in′du̇r·əns ‚streŋkth]
(mechanics)
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Fatigue endurance strength is expected in the range between 268 MPa to 275 MPa for un-notched specimens and 144 MPa to 165 MPa for notched specimens [3][4].
Additionally, endurance strength training was conducted one time a week during the competitive period (20 physical training sessions).
Testing methods include reliability, endurance strength, crash and abuse, resulting in an entire inspection plan.
polyethylene layer cannot replace the earthen layer, especially as polyethylene also has its endurance strength.
Called the 'race of truth,' with few tactics, and no drafting behind other riders, it requires endurance strength and aerodynamic positioning.
Optimization of ultrasonic tool resonators presents primarily achievement of required amplification of deviation amplitude, and not exceed allowed endurance strength, which depends on the material of the resonator.
The present endurance strength of the club, shown recently in the 12-stage road relay and the London Marathon, is obvious with Watkins, Thie, Chris Moss and Alex Donald competing.