Fiber stress

fiber stress

[′fī·bər ‚stres]
(mechanics)
The tensile or compressive stress on the fibers of a fiber metal or other fibrous material, especially when fiber orientation is parallel with the neutral axis.
Local stress through a small area (a point or line) on a section where the stress is not uniform, as in a beam under bending load.

Fiber stress

A term used to denote the direct longitudinal stresses in a beam, such as tension and compression.

fiber stress

The longitudinal compressive or tensile stress in a member, such as a beam.
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Similarly, bottom fiber stress (f b) at support was: f b = f c2 + f c3b = 922.
It can be seen that the outer fiber stress of the as-peened 304 SS strip ([epsilon] = 0) and bent strips with strain [epsilon] lower than 0.
Kawaguchi (5) presented a viscoelastic model of PET superdrawing, relating the fiber stress as a function extension as follows, with good agreement with experimental results:
No difference in modulus of elasticity and modulus of rupture, work to proportional limit, work to maximum load, or fiber stress at proportional limit between samples steamed following treatment and those only treated was shown.
Much like a drinking straw, this tube has little resistance to collapsing when it is bent sharply or kinked, again leading to fiber stress and breakage.
Flexural Outer fiber stress Outer fiber modulus, MPa at 2% strain, MPa strain at break, % Cross Cross Cross Sample Flow flow Flow flow Flow flow Solid 2490 2680 45.
657 fibers, and resulted in a significantly lower probability of a fiber stress fracture when deployed at 5-mm bends under bending strain, as in MDU and other installations.
In a dilute or semidilute suspension, the fiber stress due to an ensemble of rigid particles can be obtained by integrating over the stress fields generated by single particles [35].
Machining the surface of the raw log also creates a perceived material strength loss in that stress concentration points initiate fractures and effectively reduce the calculated extreme fiber stress at failure.
The rugged construction of the high-performance furcation point also minimizes dB loss, due to fiber stress, yet it is 75 percent smaller than standard furcation points.
1, test data must be provided to support the ANSI-designated fiber stress.
The ASA committee, which later became the ANSI committee on wood, adopted fiber stress values for wood poles partially on the basis of results presented by Wood [57] and partially on the basis of established precedents.
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