mechanical property

mechanical property

[mi′kan·ə·kəl ′präp·ərd·ē]
(mechanics)
A property that involves a relationship between stress and strain or a reaction to an applied force.

mechanical property

A property of a material that is associated with elastic and inelastic reaction when force is applied, or that involves the relationship between stress and strain.
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Regulating the composition of steel to improve the mechanical property is a more reasonable choice for industrial production.
The Case test-bar mold with knife ingate consistently produces measurable mechanical property increases over the standard Stahl ASTM B108 test bar mold and should be given further consideration for use as a standard methodology.
Most mechanical property probing instruments have been originally designed for hard samples like metals and ceramics.
Piper Plastics tests every lot of product and supplies a certified mechanical property report along with all moulded products.
Many empirical rules and amendatory formulas have been proposed to improve the accuracy of the mechanical property measurement of hard coatings.
We are explicit in the understanding that mechanical property changes reflect the changes in the morphology and the crystal structure with increasing amounts of ethylene in the polymer.
Pharr, Substrate effects on nanoindentation mechanical property measurement of soft films on hard substrates, J.
The permeability, mechanical property and the glass transition of whey protein-based edible films were a function of glycerol content in the film system.
Mechanical property data, much of it supplied by the Boeing Co.
After extensive mechanical property testing, the San Antonio Air Logistics Center at Kelly Air Force Base, Texas, approved a modification document to allow the engine mount to be installed on a T-38 aircraft for flight test.

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