shear stress


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shear stress

[′shir ‚stres]
(mechanics)

shear stress, shearing stress

The force per unit area of cross section which tends to produce shear.
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If compressibility is not considered, then the viscosity and shear stress are modeled as a function of stepped apparent shear rates.
In Figure 11(b), the variation law of the shear stress on the fault zone is similar to that of the normal stress.
Therefore, the present study was focused on bending stress, modulus of elasticity in bending, shear stress and specific shearing energy of three different sections of stalks of 10 different maize cultivars.
The result shows that the cutter with the size of 16mm experiences less shear stress.
To compare the effect of low shear stress on lesion formation in the three groups, the mice were humanely euthanized at 4 weeks after surgery, followed by transcardial perfusion with phosphate-buffered saline and 4% paraformaldehyde.
In each volute, the evolution of velocity magnitude, total pressure and shear stress are calculated for Newtonian and No-Newtonian case as illustrated on (Figs.
The maximum interface shear stress magnitude oo in the medial and lateral cancellous diaphyseal bone equals or less than the maximum interface shear stress magnitude using the initial shape of titanium tibia o.
Reynolds shear stress represents a force per unit area and occurs when two masses or several layers of water have velocities parallel or close to each other [2].
We took the arithmetic average of shear stress as an estimate of mean shear stress for the mussel bed.
The boundary conditions when shear stress is applied to the surface of pavement by a vehicle as shown in Fig.
Therefore, for this study, we have analyzed the shear stress actin on embryo during the injection phase of ET.
I was the first to show the relationship between shear stress one of the biomechanical parameters - and plaque formation in human coronary arteries in vivo.