load stress

load stress

[′lōd ‚stres]
(mechanics)
Stress that results from a pressure or gravitational load.
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The greater the moisture content, the greater is the creep deformation of the coal sample during the same load stress level.
Shuyuan [4] analyzed, respectively, the load stress of isolated covered and direct covered cement concrete pavement slabs based on elastic half-space foundation and gave the moment calculation formulas of isolated covered cement concrete pavement slabs and the maximum tension stress of direct covered cement concrete pavement slab.
The final stage is the D loading stage; at this stage, the vertical load stress increases from 3.0 MPa to 5.6 MPa, and the horizontal stress increases from 5.4 MPa to 6 MPa.
Probability Density Function Fitting of Temperature Gradient Load Stress. A probability density function fitting was carried out with extracted temperature trend term strain.
Then, the recovery strain depends only on the load stress. The residual strain is obtained by subtracting the recovery strain from the strain.
Autoclave working temperature reaches 190 degrees Celsius, the stress analysis, in addition to considering the load stress also need to consider the structure thermal stress caused by high temperature, the need for thermal structural coupling analysis (Zhou, 2010).
The data of the elastoplastic response of PE were depicted from the tensile load stress strain curve (Fig.5).
He covers material characterization, load stress and temperature stress in concrete pavement, load stress and temperature stress in asphalt pavement, and pavement design.
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The total stress induced in the leaf spring is the summation of load stress and assembly stress:
(10) showed that the reduction in load stress also reduces heat generation, leading to mechanical failure characterized by brittle failure, or with no apparent yielding, where the specimen breaks by crack propagation.
Features include a welded and bolted heavy gauge frame, an elevator table reinforced with crossbar beams to eliminate load stress, and gently tapered table edges to ensure stable layer transfer.