nominal strength

nominal strength

The strength of a structural member calculated in accordance with provisions and assumptions of the strength design method of the applicable code, before the application of any strength-reduction factors.
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The prediction of nominal strength of composites structure take care a lot of investigations because of its importance in design of aerospace and automobile (1-3).
5), classical linear elastic fracture mechanics is used in predicting the nominal strength of laminated composites.
Analysts at the International Institute for Strategic Studies have estimated that despite a nominal strength of some 200 fixed-wing aircraft, fewer than 40 are actually capable of flying.
US combat doctrine maintains that units at less than 90% of their strength are limited in what missions they can undertake, and that units at 75% of their strength should be withdrawn from combat operations until they are restored to their nominal strength on paper.
c) Ratio = nominal strength divided by actual strength.
The CNPA sponsored the testing of full-scale radiata pine poles as a means of establishing the database required by ASC O5 for derivation of a nominal strength.
Derivation of nominal strength for wood utility poles.
The nominal strengths of the respective camps was reflected in the team sheet with England, unbeaten in their last 10 outings, fielding an all-Premier League line-up against a home side boasting just two top flight players in Arsenal's 17-year-old Aaron Ramsey and Jack Collison, from West Ham United.