However, at the small scale, forces behave differently so that a 100-micron steel wire which might seem pretty flexible at a macro scale, will be stiff enough to disrupt the smooth motion of the flexure
The constant rectangular cross section flexure
hinge is widely used in the compact flexure
After curing period of about three days, in order to know about the failure load and failure mode in flexure
strengthened masonry beams were tested in flexure
(two point loading).
However, building modeled with only flexure
hinges took more than 7500kN of base shear against 800mm lateral displacement.
The second testing machine is fitted with a motorised flexure
table for three and four-point flexure
loads, plus a digital flexure
Review of circular flexure
hinge design equations and derivation of empirical formulations, Precision Engineering 32: 63-70.
compressive, diametral tensile, and flexure
(bend- ing) have been employed for the determination of the mechanical strength of RBCs.
Fundamentally, a flexure
hinge mechanism is designed to either amplify or reduce the output displacement or force.
The device has two elements, a voice coil motor and a flexure
bearing attached to a lever.
All of these structures are related with the aforementioned lithospheric flexure
defined by the basement geometry and differential filling and thickness of Neogene sequences (De Vicente et al.
CT revealed liver metastasis and local relapse at the splenic flexure
Biopsy specimens from the hepatic flexure
and ascending colon revealed rare clusters of small GCs with pyknotic nuclei and some thick nerves between the muscular layers (Figure 2, b).