shear cell

shear cell

[′shir ‚sel]
(engineering)
The component for holding the powder in an apparatus for making measurements of the failure properties of a sample of powder.
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Comparisons of physical experiment and discrete element simulations of sheared granular materials in an annular shear cell, Shen State Key Laboratory of Structural Analysis for Industrial Equipment, Dalian University of Technology, USA Civil and Environmental Engineering; Clarkson University, Potsdam, USA.
Poletto, "The high temperature annular shear cell: a modified ring shear tester to measure the flow properties of powders at high temperature," Advanced Powder Technology, vol.
Barla, "A laboratory shear cell used for simulation of shear strength and asperity degradation of rough rock fractures," Rock Mechanics and Rock Engineering, vol.
The contributions that make up the main body of the text are devoted to the analysis of the squeeze flow of a bi-viscosity fluid between two rigid spheres, simulation of binary groups of particles with a sub-grid scale model in a riser, the validation of powder properties measured by a rotational shear cell, and many other related subjects.
Cores were sheared perpendicularly to muscle fiber direction using a Warner- Bratzler shear cell attached to a shear force instrument (Model TMS-90, Meat Shear Cell Model CW-2, Food Technology Corporation, Virginia, USA) with a crosshead speed of 250 mm/min.
Brookfield will also provide the Small Volume Shear Cell (requiring only 43cc of powder) for formulators who test expensive powders in limited quantities or materials which are difficult or messy to handle.
Shear cell technology provides the solution through the use of an annular shear cell and a wall friction lid.
The company's FT4 Powder Rheometer[R] uses patented dynamic methodology, a fully automated shear cell and several bulk property tests to quantify powder properties that directly correlate with process and product performance.
A direct shear cell TSG 70-140-AVT (available at the laboratory of Wood and Timber Structures, Sao Paulo University, Sao Carlos, SP, Brazil) was used to measure the flow's function and the effective angle of internal friction.
A wide variety of standard probes (cones, cylinders, blades, balls and punches) and fixtures (extrusion cell, shear cell, grips, etc.) are available for multiple applications.
A wide variety of standard probes (cones, cylinders, blades, balls, punches) and fixtures (extrusion cell, shear cell, grips, etc.) are available for a multitude of applications.
Wall friction can be measured using a linear strain device and a force gauge; strength is measured by using a vertical shear cell tester.