fatigue ratio

fatigue ratio

[fə′tēg ‚rā·shō]
(mechanics)
The ratio of the fatigue limit or fatigue strength to the static tensile strength. Also known as endurance ratio.
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Hamstring-to-quadriceps fatigue ratio offers new and different muscle function information than the conventional non-fatigued ratio.
But, when I learnt of this index, I also learnt of other related ones i.e., Battle Fatigue Ratio (BFR), Ratio of Suicide in Combat (RSC), etc.
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of Static peak joint length length staples specimens load (avg) (in.) (Kip) 1 -2 3 4 5 6 Stapled 6 1.5 20 9 0.86 (8.1) (b) 8 1.5 20 9 1.01 (5.3) 10 1.5 20 9 1.04 (4.7) Glued 6 1 8 9 0.92 (6.9) 8 1 8 9 1.15 (8.7) 10 1 8 9 1.28 (11.2) Static Fatigue Type of Gusset-plate moment joint length (avg) Passed moment Failed moment (in.) (Kip-in.) 1 -2 7 8 9 Stapled 6 12.1 6.77 A (c) (8) 7.82 A (7) 8 14.1 6.42 A (5) 7.47 A (5) 10 14.5 7.23 A, B (5) 8.28 A, B (4) Glued 6 12.9 7.82 B (10) 8.87 B (9) 8 16.1 9.10 C (12) 10.2 C (10) 10 17.9 8.98 C (8) 10.0 C (8) Fatigue Ratio of static/fatigue Type of Gusset-plate Cumulative no.