rupture strength

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modulus of rupture

A measure of the ultimate load-carrying capacity of a beam; equal to the ratio of the bending moment at rupture to the section modulus of the beam.
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In the first harvest, AVG application in multiple doses provided fruits with higher skin rupture strength values in relation to control treatment fruits and those that received only pre-harvest ethephon application, but with no difference between fruits that received pre-harvest singledose AVG application and multiple-dose AVG combined with ethephon.
(2) The creep rupture strength of the cast alloy exhibited no difference to that of the wrought alloy, because the inhomogeneous microstructure of the cast alloy between dendritic and interdendritic regions contained secondary particles that dissolved during long-term creep.
Table 1 Hardness (HRC), Ultimate rupture strength ([[sigma].sub.r]), and Impact energy ([]) of stainless Steel AISI 422 Specimen HRC [[sigma].sub.r], MPa [], J SA1 30 1041 27.7 SA2 36 1059 20 Table 2 Ultimate rupture strength and yield strength of steel ASI 422 as a function of the tempering temperature Tempering temperature, [degrees]C Yield strength, MPa 300 1359 400 1366 500 1394 600 1130 700 883 Tempering temperature, [degrees]C Ultimate rupture strength, MPa 300 1579 400 1598 500 1620 600 1270 700 1041 Table 3 Impact energy of the AISI 422 steel as a function of the duration of tempering Specimen Tempering time, h Impact energy, J SA1-2h 2 27.7 SA1-5h 5 35.1
Rheological characteristics: Rheological characteristics like firmness, rupture strength, and elasticity were measured on starch gels prepared through micro-visco- amylograph which were poured in 3.5 cm internal diameter plastic bowls, covered with parafilm, and stored in refrigerator.
Generally, these specimens exhibited greater ultimate failure strengths than the specimens in other groups such that longitudinal grooves showed enhancement of the ultimate rupture strength to a considerable degree compared to conventional surface preparation.
This model is a modified version of the Goodman-Boiler mean stress model (13), which has a form similar to the Modified Goodman equation (1), bui using creep rupture strength as opposed to the ultimate tensile strength.
The rupture strength test was executed on a quasi-static tensile testing machine Housefield H100K with the suitable fixture indicated in Fig.
Physical Property Carbide tipped Ceramics K20 P20 M10 [Al.sub.2] [0.sub.3] + TiC Hardness 93 91.5 92.5 92.93 Transverse rupture strength 1570 1570 1500 1300 Compressive strength, MPa 6080 4800 5000 3000 Youngs Modulus X [10.sup.5] MPa 6.9 5.4 5.8 3.6 Thermal Conductivity W/m-K 79 33.5 50 17.2 Coefficient of Thermal Expansion X[10.sup.-]6/C 5 6 5.5 8.3
Developed in conjunction with Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Tenn., consultant Anthony Martocci, Bethlehem, Pa., and Mittal Steel USA, Chesterton, Ind., IC-221M has nearly 5x the yield strength and nearly 1.5x the creep rupture strength of current stainless steels used in furnace rolls.
has received a patent for making a plastic-coated metal plate for an automobile exterior plate, which comprises adhering or pressing a plastic film or sheet on both faces or one face of a metal plate, on a surface of the metal plate either directly or with only adhesive interposed there between, the plastic film or sheet having a surface tension at least 30 mN/m, an elongation percentage at break of at least 30% at a tensile rate of 20 mm/minute/20[degrees]C and a rupture strength of at least 1000 kg/[cm.sup.2] at a tensile rate of 20 mm/minute/20[degrees] C.
With a transverse rupture strength equal to that of C7 cemented carbide, it offers the potential to replace carbide in roughing and finishing aluminum.
Pertinent Data: The X500 features an advanced substrate and coating combination that increases transverse rupture strength (TRS) up to 25%, which allows for faster cutting feed rates and greatly increases parts per edge.