pure shear

pure shear

[′pyu̇r ′shir]
(mechanics)
A particular example of irrotational strain or flattening in which a body is elongated in one direction and shortened at right angles to it as a consequence of differential displacements on two sets of intersecting planes.
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The left element is load with pure shear, the middle load case represents pure, normal tension, and the right load case is pure compression.
A Biaxiality of zero corresponds to uniaxial stress, a value of -1 corresponds to pure shear, and a value of 1 corresponds to a pure biaxial state.
To simulate the real conditions, a shear fracture tests of shear pins was actually a pure shear test.
The material constant k can be determined by considering two load cases, axial loading and pure shear loading.
A tensile force was applied along the diagonal of the test frame simulating pure shear and the testing rig was enabled to freely rotate by placing a pin bolt at each corner.
984 Types of combined loading Material Pure shear Shear + tension parameter (p) Present Present Pure ceramic 15.
Fatigue crack propagation testing with the pure shear specimens was used to determine the crack growth behavior of rubber compounds both before and after aging.
The kinematic vorticity number Wk analysis is one of the most important method to prove these models from geological side, because from Wk we know the ratio between pure shear and simple shear.
The three types of extensional viscosity are uniaxial, biaxial, and pure shear.
As the test setup creates near pure shear stress, the obtained [G.