tensile load

tensile load

tensile load
A load tending to stretch the member.
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Many studies on how to follow a stress-strain behavior using different joint models such as under tensile load, step [7-8], angle [9-12], overlap [13-18], butt joint [1923], embedded covers [24], intermediate element [25] were carried out in the literature.
The main effects plot for the main effect terms in tensile load and flexural strength for factors a, [T.sub.C], and [t.sub.C] are shown in Figures 4 and 5, respectively.
Gong, "Evaluation of plastic damage for metallic materials under tensile load using nonlinear longitudinal waves," NDT& EInternational., vol.
Figure 1 shows the relevant pipe and crack dimensions for circumferentially cracked pipes subjected to tensile load T and bending moment M.
Griping the FRP bar with a device which could undertake the tensile load for any measurement of mechanical properties is a key technique.
Take tensile load of 30 kN as an example and numerical results of matrix crushing damage are given in Figure 11.
The second approach considers the formation of a single crack across a specific interatomic plane through the application of tensile load as depicted in Figure 2(c).
It is also observed that the peak in each loaded sample occurs around 0[degrees] in angle, which implies that the fiber orientation of the scaffold matrix is in the direction of the uniaxial tensile load application.
The primary data used to evaluate the performance of each specimen group consisted of the ultimate tensile load carried before failure.