torsional strength

torsional strength

The resistance of a material to being twisted about an axis.
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In testing, the closed tube beams and upright rack frames demonstrate 250% greater frontal impact strength, 68% greater side impact resistance, and 44 times greater torsional strength (resistance to twisting).
Therefore, it is essential to correctly evaluate the torsional rigidity of any cross sections, such that the design conforms to torsional strength requirements.
The strain hardening material had higher yield strength which led to larger press-fit load and torsional strength. The press-fit load and torsion strength values for model A were 11.8% and 10.7% higher than that of model B respectively, which means the effect of strain hardening had great impact on the assembled press-fit load and torsional strength.
The ultimate torsional strength (N-cm) until fracture was determined for each instrument (n = 15 per brand) using the same device, but the files were rotated at a constant rate of 2 rpm in a clockwise direction until fracture, while keeping the files straight.
Conclusions and Clinical Relevance--Results for this study suggested that increased torsional strength may be needed before bone plate repair can be considered as the sole fixation method for avian species.
The torsional strength has been improved by around 15% compared with the predecessor.
Other safety features include a rugged mount point with quadruple shear joint to ensure torsional strength, the best available ground clearance from the lowest hanging point of the cargo hook (10.5 in.
Torsional fracture of a material occurs when two conditions occur simultaneously, such as stress exceeding the ultimate torsional strength and a twisting deformation exceeding the ADF.
The overlays provide the excellent tensile and flexural strength of the brake pedal, while the inner layers deliver the high torsional strength. Thanks to this laminate, it was possible to meet the very high technical requirements for the mechanical performance of the safety component while at the same time exploiting the full potential for lightweight construction, says Burkhard Tiemann, head of the plastics product line at BOGE Elastmetall.
Numerical simulations and experimental test results demonstrate that the asymmetric recess and key exceed the torsional strength and fatigue life of the current industry standard and other commercially available designs, offering the potential to increase productivity and reduce the cost of structural assembly and maintenance operations.
While this torque to failure of cadaveric bone was greater than either value in this study, it is worth noting that the Equinoxe[R] humeral reconstruction prosthesis was much closer to the reported torsional strength of the cadaveric humeral bone--and it may not be reasonable to expect a reconstructed humeral arthroplasty to approach the torsional strength of the native bone.
The 'MonoCell' carbon tub chassis is both incredibly light and strong; it weighs just 75kg in the 675LT and thanks to its superb torsional strength, lends itself well to both coupe and roadster.