breaking strength


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breaking strength

The point at which an amount of applied force breaks a material. Also called tensile strength.
See also: strength
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Different from the results of breaking strength, an obvious decrease in elongation at break of AO-PAN after Fe[(bpy).
Thus, if the size of the flaw is known, and the fracture energy is measured, the breaking strength of the material can be calculated.
The tensile strength, breaking strength, extensibility and energy absorption were studied using "disruption from without method (5).
Compression tests on cylindrical samples showed compressive breaking strengths of 1000 psi for lake sand and 3000-4000 psi for zircon sand.
8221; More specifically, a wide range of information including hardware, crane operator responsibilities, Working Load Limits, and Maximum Breaking Strength will also be covered.
The left tibiae were transferred from the freezer to a refrigerator having a temperature of 10[degrees]C 16 h before their breaking strength was determined using the three point bending test.
Forming a doubled section of monofilament with a Bimini twist or spider hitch ensures maximum breaking strength for the Albright connection.
The TA-NTF Noodle Tensile Fixture is designed to test the extensibility and tensile breaking strength of noodles, pasta and other similar food items.
The Twaron stay cables have a rated minimum breaking strength of 920 metric tons.
However, RAK Slim has a breaking strength of a minimum of 700 N and the modulus of rupture is a minimum of 40 N/mmA, an indicator of this tile's great performance.
Bone parameters, including femur length and width and mineral content, were not affected by diet, although the breaking strength in the female mice was lower when they were fed the extruded diet.