relative deflection

relative deflection

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Relative deflection of the transducer right end was calculated based on the following equation:
The deflection values of Table 1 are expressed in millimetres and, additionally, in relation to the beam span (relative deflection).
The longitudinal deformation of adherends is caused by the relative deflection angle between the upper and lower layers, the longitudinal displacement of the adherends, and the vertical displacement caused by the bending deformation of the upper and lower layers.
Considering the relative deflection [DELTA] as a random variable, statistical methods can be used to assess the accuracy represented by the central tendency and variability.
With the calculated probe tip deflection and beam deflection during contacting, we analyze the relative deflection of tip and beam.
During the loading, a yoke with a linear voltage transducer was mounted onto each specimen to measure the deflection at the neutral axis to provide the relative deflection between the beam center and the two loading points.
The relative deflection represents the modulus of PET-U1 divided by the modulus of the material in question.
Selection of a vibration isolator is based upon a desired isolator natural frequency, taking into consideration such aspects as disturbing frequency(ies), desired isolation and required relative deflection.
It was obtained the dependence of relative deflection [??] from [alpha] (where - [??], [??] are relative value) and the angle [theta] in relative Cartesian coordinates (X/r, Y/r, Z/r) with using methods of modeling.
In terms of relative deflection, the supports of the tensioned piece experiment a seat of 9.97 mm in the (H2) hypothesis, causing a relative deflection of 9.97 - 6.06 = 3.91 mm.

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