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biaxial

/bi·ax·i·al/ (-ak´se-al) having, pertaining to, or occurring in two axes.

biaxial

adjective Having 2 axes, as in biaxial polarisation.
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Given the large strain to failure observed in the uniaxial tensile test described earlier, along with limitation in preparing specially molded test samples, we felt the membrane inflation test described by Feng [1] was limiting to derive the failure constants in biaxial mode.
1, a the tensile loading conditions can be divided into three types: uniaxial tension; biaxial tension and tensile-compressive stress.
We then go on to formulate the 2-layer case in Section 3 with a wave incident from one isotropic layer onto the biaxial layer.
The orientation along a preferential direction was more in the biaxial stretching sheets rather than for blown films, although they are both considered as biaxial deformation processes.
Therefore, a sensor with strain gauges was designed for the purpose of biaxial force measurement.
El marco teorico de referencia del TECVASP es el Modelo Biaxial de la Adiccion, basado en los trabajos de Edwards y Gross (1976) sobre el sindrome de dependencia alcoholica.
Triaxial tests generally comprise the deformation of a cylindrical specimen or rectangular parallelepiped, while biaxial tests allow us to investigate plane strain behaviour.
In the first case, the clamp was put on the sample ends and it produced in the walls of a sample a biaxial state of stress with the hoop (circumferential)-to-axial stress ratio equal to [[sigma].
That disparity has held back the commercial introduction of biaxial strain.
The latex was placed within the biaxial fixture, the grid clamped beneath the cap, and the sample pressurized just enough to prevent the Os[O.
Features of this new product include high puncture, tear and abuse resistance; bright and transparent presentation; high biaxial shrink for skin tight finish; potential for increased productivity depending on application and packaging machine, due to bag overlap feature, and high oxygen barrier.
The ELF 3400 Series of multi-axis loading systems perform basic material tests including axial, axial/torsion, fretting, biaxial, and planar biaxial fatigue tests.