stress amplitude

stress amplitude

[′stres ‚am·plə‚tu̇d]
(mechanical engineering)
One half the algebraic difference between the maximum and minimum stress in one fatigue test cycle.
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Figure 4 shows the result of evaluating the fatigue limit diagram after the mean stress and the stress amplitude were calculated under the normal service load conditions.
Then, using the total stress, mean stress and stress amplitude are calculated.
The Basquin law, a stress-life law, was used here to describe the relationship between shear stress amplitude and fatigue life of ABS.
The relation between deformation amplitude and stress amplitude is given by equation 3 where [E.sup.*] is the complex modulus.
Pappin [17] observed this problem and alternatively described the permanent strain with ratio of deviator stress amplitude to mean normal stress.
Many rubber products, such as tires and belts, are tested by subjecting them to an oscillating load with either a constant peak stress amplitude or strain amplitude.
The measured maximum stress amplitude precedes the maximum strain amplitude by the phase angle [delta].
This can be ascribed to the difference of specimen dimensions because the risk volume (specimen volume subjected to a stress amplitude larger than the 90% of its maximum value [24, 25]) of the NZ specimen in this test is much smaller than that of the full specimen.
It has been shown that the ratcheting behavior is influenced by various factors such as mean stress, stress amplitude, stress rate, temperature, and so forth.
Only when additional data was obtained, specifically loss and storage modulus, as well as tan (d), combined with an understanding of the effects of stress amplitude and hysteresis was it possible to understand what happened to the pads molded from NBR-6.
In the cyclic loading tests, the stress amplitude is 3-16 kN/m and the tensile rate is 20 N/s.