If the element was bonded and the tensile-strength limit ([[sigma].sub.c]) was exceeded ([[sigma].sup.(e)] > [[sigma].sub.c]), then the bond broke owing to tension, and a tension fracture
A tension fracture
provides a good channel for gas flowing.
Without adequate support from the piriformis and the synergistic lower gluteus medius, a bending force would be created in the femoral neck capable of producing a fracture (a tension fracture
on the superior side or a compressive fracture on the inferior side).
[4, 5] have examined the tension fracture
of laminates for transport fuselage, whereas Wang et al.
The other sections were each cut into a Mode I compact tension fracture
specimen and three tension perpendicular to the grain specimens.
The base brazing alloy does not ensure reserve of ductility for the joints, subjected to brittle tension fracture
. Such effect is connected with migration of boron to the fusion line at brazing temperature.
Since the ring crack formed as a tension fracture
just outside the contact area of the impacter, we can eliminate carnivore teeth and animals hooves as potential causes.
2,which is basically a modified standard compact tension fracture
specimen containing a crack of length a and a single reinforcing fiber.
A Jeol model JSM 840A scanning electron microscope (SEM) was used to observe compact tension fracture
surfaces and polished surfaces.
(1) Vertical tension fractures
: These fractures corresponded to elastic-brittle failure, where the AE peak was obvious, indicating the sample failure.
Compressional, tensional and occasionally transitional tension fractures
are observed in both flanks.
Results: All compression fractures healed conservatively where as tension fractures
needed surgical fixation in all the cases, except one where fracture remained incomplete.