shearing forces

shearing forces

[′shēr·iŋ ‚fȯrs·əz]
(mechanics)
Two forces that are equal in magnitude, opposite in direction, and act along two distinct parallel lines.
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Due to the rotating cutting edges of the rotor and the fixed knives in the grinding chamber, the sample material is automatically moved and comminuted increasingly fine by shearing forces between the knives.
Figure 8 shows the shearing forces and bearing reaction force of bearing 7.
(Newtonian fluids have a constant or linear response to applied force, with air and water as good examples.) The effect of shearing forces on thixotropic materials can produce different outcomes, depending on the forces' strength, speed and duration, which are typically expressed as shear force, shear rate and time.
Thermal fractionation for the separation of the rubber polymer 1 Properties of the complete system simultaneous separation, characterization and fractionation of polymers, gels and particles in a measurementSeparation of the sample components to be analyzed in two dimensions wider (by molecular weight and chemical composition)Separation range of large and ultra-large cross-linked polymers having molecular weights of 103 Da to 109 DaFlow separation channel without stationary phase separation under mild conditions without shearing forces, filters and adsorption, which would lead to a change in the molecular weight distribution of the sample.
Abstract: Structural sufficiency of an industrial hydraulic shear to safeguard quality of the cuts is investigated by 3D finite element modeling of base and guillotine of the machine tool Shearing forces are calculated analytically and rams as well as guillotine hinges are represented by calculated actions and reactions accordingly.
An average was calculated for shearing forces of 10 plants in one group; similarly for stem diameter and stem linear density.
Hosoi and her team tested many fluids by putting them between two plates and applying shearing forces. "Standard technique," said Hosoi.
Graft failures can be caused by the shearing forces of mobile grafts and by the separation of the graft from its recipient bed by substances such as air, blood, saliva, fat, and sera.
The Digistrip is half-coated with the same moisturizing polymer gel that conforms to uneven surfaces to remove all friction and shearing forces to the skin.
Usually, large drops and strings that form in a blend of unmixable polymers break up under shearing forces. Migler suspects that two factors contribute to the unexpected stability of the strings in his experiments.
The MSE 400 milk separator makes use of their 'soft-stream' process to reduce shearing forces and skim the product gently, to achieve optimum skimming efficiency.
Less weight minimizes shearing forces on the joint.