shear force


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shear force

force acting parallel to the surface of a material so as to tend to deform it, usually through a shear angle, the angle between a deformed body and its original position.
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Torsional forces that arise from sidethrust forces applied to an arm stump attached to a side rail or from front to back spring forces applied to the top edge of the front rail of a sofa provide examples of flat loading with resulting unequal lateral shear forces acting on the dowels.
Effect of different tumbling marination treatments on the product yield, pH, meat colour, pressing loss, cooking loss and shear force value of prepared pork chops Items CQ Product yield (%) 72.
A total of 18 significant SNPs associated with WB shear force, tenderness, juiciness, and flavor likeness were identified (Table 2).
Contributions of transverse reinforcement and concrete to shear force
The pressure and shear force sensor used in this study was used in previous studies [17-21], and the shear force measurement error was established as [+ or -]1 N by Nakagami et al.
The previously referenced cadaver study indicated that the anterior shear force acting on the proximal of the tibia is an important factor in ACL strain (Markolf et al.
This heating softens the NR, which in turn reduces the degree of shear force.
The researchers found that the shear force created by the blood flow was necessary for the legs to embed themselves.