In this study, the influence of specimen configuration and analysis method on the values of the Young's modulus
and shear modulus
of solid wood and wood-based materials was investigated.
The same changes in modulus
that can be brought about by increases in temperature can also be simulated by increasing the time scale of the measurement process without changing the temperature.
k] are Young's modulus
and Poisson's ratio of the materials, respectively, [h.
A general model that can quantify the effects of confinement on the soil modulus
is attributed to Kondner (Briaud and Seo 2003).
development was also monitored for polyurethane foams from synthetic polyol voranol for comparative purposes.
Vasilos, Effect of Grain Size and Porosity on the Transverse Bend Strength and Elastic Modulus
of Hot Pressed Alumina and Magnesia, J.
The results are consistent with the results obtained from the loss modulus
curves shown in Figures 2, 3, and 4.
Thus, relatively large indentation forces and depths are normally applied to a reference material that either has a high modulus
or exhibits significant plastic deformation, i.
When the size of the silica is 14 nm, a small amount of silica could increase by several times the modulus
of the nanocomposites.
Developing a calculation that could convert the solidification times in the casting to equivalent modulus
values would allow direct comparison of a riser with the casting, since a modulus
value for a riser generally can be calculated easily.
By use of torsion rectangular geometry (ASTM 4065, Project X-10-157), important thermomechanical characteristics can be generated: modulus
as a function of temperature; indications of maximum use temperature; trends for predicting creep and impact behavior; and any of the material's thermal transitions.
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