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flex·ur·al

(flek'shŭr-ăl),
Relating to a flexure.

flexural

adjective Referring or relating to an anatomic flexure.

flex·ur·al

(flek'shŭr-ăl)
Relating to a flexure.

flexural

pertaining to the flexure of a joint.

flexural deformity
fixation of joints in flexion. In the newborn called contracted calves or foals.
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Flexural deformity in a puppy. By permission from Slatter D, Textbook of Small Animal Surgery, Saunders, 2002
flexural seborrhea
dermatitis with heavy outpouring of sebaceous exudate. If allowed to stay wet becomes rancid and develops offensive odor. Common sites for lesion are between halves of udder, between udder and medial aspect of thigh and in axilla. Common only in freshly calved cows.
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Flexural strength is the ability of the material to withstand bending force applied perpendicular to its longitudinal axis [1].
Figures 1, 2, and 3 show the effects of the range of fillers on the tensile and flexural modulus of the Pebax compounds.
The typical flexural responses of plain concrete and with the fibres addition after exposure to high temperature for different duration are given in Fig.
The cost-effectiveness of their composites for carrying the same flexural load was competitive with glass fiber-reinforced composites for certain fiber strength ranges and fiber volume fractions (percent, vol/vol).
Chemically treated fiber is used for the preparation of flexural and impact testing specimens and the properties of composites were determined and compared with untreated ones.
Fatigue strength is defined as the maximum flexural stress at which the beam can withstand two million cycles of non-reversed fatigue loading.
This leads to a substantial increase of flexural rigidity of the structure, on the whole, without a significant increasing in its entire weight (Davies, 2001; Donaldson & Miracle, 2001).
Parts out of SI 40 feature optical clarity, high flexural modulus, and moderate elongation to break, with a high heat deflection temperature.
WaterClear's toughness, impact strength and flexural properties also allowed the prototype to accept a press-fit bearing.