compression strain

compression strain

strain exerted on intermolecular bonds within biological tissues by local compressive forces
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The compression specimens failed in shear fracture when the nominal strains were above the nominal compression strain of 30.
reported that axial compression strains, tension strains, compression strain rates, and tension strain rates were higher during overground running than during treadmill running.
For pipeline wrinkling of B part, strain of the upper part is compression strain, while the lower part is tension strain.
Moreover, the analyses provide the mean compression strain, rather than the localized strains in soft tissues near the bone or the strain distributions in the weight-bearing tissues.
4) to identify the salient characteristics of wood temperature and wood strain rate associated with mean ultimate compression strain.
Its corresponding true compression strain ([epsilon]) can also be determined as follow:
The compression strain employed was 25%, and the compression stress was recorded with time within ~ 1100 min at 25[degrees]C.
During the test, midspan deflections, tensile and compression strain, as well as strain in the tension zone near the crack of the beams, were measured.
These 9243B, 9245B or 9247A sensors are placed behind the cavity wall to measure the compression strain of the steel in response to the melt pressure.
7 and 8) which also is higher order and has an inflection that matches an elastomer across the whole extension to compression strain range.
The toughness, or area under the curve that plots axial compression stress versus compression strain, is approximately eight times greater for a composite subjected to a 1000-inch/inch/second stress/strain rate than for one subjected to a 0.
Quality degradation such as compression strain and audio noise are detected by a double stimulus process without inserting potentially harmful markers in the video stream.