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mo·du·lus

(moj'yū-lŭs, mod'yū-),
A coefficient expressing the magnitude of a physical property by a numeric value.
[L. dim. of modus, a measure, quantity]

mo·du·lus

(mod'yū-lŭs)
A coefficient expressing the magnitude of a physical property by a numerical value.
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mo·du·lus

(mod'yū-lŭs)
A coefficient expressing the magnitude of a physical property by a numerical value.

modulus

(moj´ələs),
n a constant that numerically indicates the amount in which a certain property is possessed by any object.
modulus of elasticity,
n See elasticity, modulus of.
modulus of resilience,
n See resilience, modulus of.
modulus of rigidity,
n See rigidity.
modulus, Young's,
n.pr See elasticity, modulus of.
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If a polymeric material is under constant stress or strain, a continual change in the apparent modulus is observed.
Then, the modulus of elasticity (Ea) was computed by using following equation (Mohsenin, 1980):
However, the PEEK, having already gone through its glass transition, would be on a stable plateau that is associated with a good creep resistance, albeit at a lower modulus.
Shear modulus contrast C was calculated for different compression levels of 0%, 10%, 20%, and 30%, which is defined as
With increasing amplitude, the modulus slightly increased.
Modulus CEO Charlie Key said: "There are strong synergies between the Modulus and Progress technologies.
The computer simulation in this case took 16 minutes to perform, and after calculating the shrinkage time and transfer modulus, the plot was created in 5 minutes.
The slabs in section 5-0, which manifest the largest daily variations in the slab center deflection, also showed the largest daily variations in the backcalculated foundation modulus, while the slabs in section 6-0 showed the smallest daily variations among the 3 sections.
In this work, free-free flexural vibration tests were performed on solid wood, MDF, and plywood specimens with various depth/length ratios, and the Young's modulus and the shear modulus were obtained from three different analysis methods, which are based on Timoshenko's vibration theory.
It is clear that reducing any large number with a power of 2 as the intermediate modulus is a simple case of bit masking, and is a negligible hardware effort.
There is also a relationship between the material modulus and its thickness profile'(and not centre thickness).
Knowledge of the Young's modulus of a coaling is necessary to evaluate other mechanical properties of the coating/substrate multilayered structures, such as interfacial toughness in concert with mechanical tests.