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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The dynamics of shear force, as well as diameter and linear density of stylo stem are shown in Table 1.
Traditionally, tactile sensor designs have focused on sensing individual modalities: normal forces, shear forces or vibration exclusively.
So far as under transverse flexure on value [mathematical expression not reproducible] influent the shear force V and bending moment M, magnitude [mathematical expression not reproducible] can be represented as sum of two terms:
The results of the deflection and rotation at the free end, and the bending moment and shear force at the fIxed end were observed and compared to the corresponding exact solutions.
5 Table 2: maximum shear force with various span for I girder.
The dependent variables were the peak frontal plane external knee moments (all further discussions of moments will be external moments), peak lateral-medial shear force (LMF), and peak vertical ground reaction force (VGRF) during the stance phase.
When calculating bearing load, shear force in the right and left sides of bearing should be ensured firstly.
Pearson correlation coefficients between gene expression levels and shear force values were calculated for the combined data from both muscles using the statistical software (StatSoft Inc.
The capacities for moment and shear force, for failure (f) and repair (rep) and for both connections are shown in Table 3.
The stress concentration takes place also for the case of surface shear force, and the extent is more conspicuous for the same ratio of Young's modulus.
Results for the thoracic (T12/L1 intervertebral joint) and lumbar (L5/S1 intervertebral joint) spine compression and A/P shear forces are presented in Table 4.