longitudinal shear

longitudinal shear

A shear, 1 which is parallel to the longest axis of a member.
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Experimental data of the acoustic method Sample Test direction Contact spacing, mm Fresh sample of oil shale horizontal bedding 195 vertical bedding 60 Weathered sample of oil shale horizontal bedding 16 vertical bedding 7 Fresh sample of ore horizontal bedding 675 vertical bedding 125 Sample Velocity of Velocity of longitudinal shear wave, wave, m/s m/s Fresh sample of oil shale 2550 1229 1629 852 Weathered sample of oil shale 1561 821 500 276 Fresh sample of ore 2894 1580 1462 812 Table 2.
Further, the short span-to-depth ratio on a couple of occasions led to failure in longitudinal shear.
Subsequently, the coil is introduced into the longitudinal shear ("support"), with scissors sets overlap.
The longitudinal shear will be highest at the walls of the die, and zero in the center, between the cylinder walls.
This companion document outlines a laboratory method to measure the amount of dry shrinkage and longitudinal shear force resistance of thermally broken extrusions after repeated thermal cycling that simulates expected environmental conditions.
Effect of knots on longitudinal shear strength of Douglas-fir shear blocks.
Longitudinal shear failures occurred in a number of dowels with low length over diameter ratios most notably in the 4-inch diameter dowels with length over diameter ratios of 3 or less.
1993) investigated longitudinal shear strength of laminated veneer lumber via five-point flexural shear test and compared with the ASTM D143 (1983) shear block method and a short-beam test.
As testing continued, initial load levels were regained, and the joints continued resisting load until longitudinal shear failures of the tenons occurred, which were marked by the emergence of a plug of wood (relish) at the tip of the tenon.
It was found that veneer incising does not significantly affect the LVL mean edgewise bending modulus of elasticity and modulus of rupture and mean longitudinal shear strengths for both plank and joist applications.

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