yield stress


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yield stress

the critical stress that must be applied to a material before it begins to flow, as in a Bingham plastic.
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Four different categories of systems were considered with variations in yield stress and strain hardening slope; namely, low yield stress system (LYSS), high yield stress system (HYSS), low strain hardening system (LSHS), and high strain hardening system (HSHS).
In practical calculations concerned with design of new structures and elements materials yield stress is used as extreme boundary, because above it the irreversible plastic deformations start.
The yield stress was improved by 34% when the EB irradiation power was increased.
Generally, all of the dispersions were shear-thinning fluids with yield stress whose behavior could be described using the Herschel-Bulkley model.
Yield stress Strain ai E(MPa) (kPa) Strength (kPa) ruplure (%) Group N MV SE MV SE MV SE MV SE IA 15 1 508d 37 22 520 e 440 27 530d 720 3.
The melt yield stress was used to analyze the relationship between shear strain and microstructure of nanocornposites.
They also show that, orientation results in highly anisotropic mechanical properties, with significantly higher tensile modulus and yield stress in the flow direction.
Yield stress, ultimate tensile strength (UTS), and elastic modulus E were determined by using RSA III film fixture with an extension rate of 0.
The YR-1 is said to be ideal for measuring the yield stress behavior of most materials.
Cold Rolled Steel of Yield Stress 550 MPa conforming to AS 1397/IS 513/IS 277/IS 14246/ASTM A446 Grade E with hot dip metallic coating of Al-Zn alloy shall be used as substrate.