stress-strain curve


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stress-strain curve

[′stres ′strān ‚kərv]
(mechanics)
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By increasing the strain rate from 0.001 to 0.1 [s.sup.-1], the yield strength and the toughness (area under the stress-strain curve) and elastic modulus are improved continuously.
curvature of the neck and the radius of the cross section) over the entire stress-strain curve to failure, covering the quasi-static to dynamic strain rate range at a variety of test temperatures.
The hybrid cord has a stress-strain curve including an initial modulus section, an intermediate modulus section and a final modulus section.
Conducted spherical indentation test on metallic materials and compared stress-strain curve values with an optimization algorithm [6].
The stress-strain curve of this specimen is plotted in Figure 8 including the readings from strain gauges.
Figure 2 shows the stress-strain curve for the ASR test.
Parameters such as the stress-strain curve, strain rate, incident energy, transmission energy, and absorption energy of the specimen can be calculated using the following expressions:
However, there is no difference in the macroscopic stress-strain curve.
According to the stress-strain curve for the specimen, the deformation process of the sample can be divided into 3 stages.
From the recorded specimen load resistance and displacement during the test, the axial stress-strain curve could be generated for each specimen.
These data obtained by applied linear interpolation for the stress-strain curve.