fracture strength

fracture strength

[′frak·shər ‚streŋkth]
(mechanics)
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The strongest silk threads had a fracture strength of up to 5.
Key statement: The present invention provides a random copolymer that is used for manufacturing a rubber having high fracture strength and excellent low loss properties (low heat generation properties) and that includes randomly arranged monomer units of a conjugated diene compound and of a non-conjugated olefin, a rubber composition containing the random copolymer, a crosslinked rubber composition obtained by crosslinking the rubber composition, and a tire manufactured by using the rubber composition or the cross-linked rubber composition.
The reason for the differences in the fracture strength of the seat rail assembly between the test and analysis was assumed to come from the residual stress caused by forming.
Ramos V, Dennis AR, Loren CO (1996) The effect of plasma treated polyethylene fibre on the fracture strength of PMMA.
Taha NA, Palamara JE, Messer HH Fracture strength and fracture patterns of root filled teeth restored with direct resin restorations.
In contrast, both the single and double layer graphene-coated glasses had essentially no change in both fracture strength and surface roughness.
Relationship between Internal Porosity and Fracture Strength of Die-cast Magnesium AM60B Alloy," Mater.
18] Barghi et al measured the fracture strength of repeatedly fired porcelain veneered to high noble and base metal alloy crowns and reported that multiple firings decreased the fracture strength in high noble alloys but did not significantly affect base metal alloys.
Therefore, most concerns about reattachment techniques have been directed toward the fracture strength of the restored tooth.
Fracture strength of intact and fragment-bonded teeth at various velocities of the applied force.
Examinations of the failure criteria related to the ultimate fracture strength of isotropic materials have led to the introduction of various theories.
Several experimental models have proved that if during tooth preparation 90% of the original tooth structure is maintained, the limit of the fracture strength of the tooth remains the same.