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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Figure 12(b) shows the pressure-maximum curvature histories for stems supported by FRP wraps with the same characteristics at various locations, with the yield points occurring at around 0.002 rad/m in most cases.
Again, an inflection point occurs in the curves when the applied stress reaches the yield point of 0.47 GPa.
Steel CS500 had clearly expressed yield point [R.sub.el] = 300 MPa, for steel CS700 the offset yield point was determined [R.sub.0.2] = 500 MPa.
Figure 9 exhibits the atomic configurations at the plastic yield point for crack lengths of 2.592, 3.888, and 6.480 nm, respectively.
From a practical standpoint, the yield point is difficult to determine from measurement results.
This is due to the fact that the proportional limit and the Yield point are not coincident and the Yield point is taken at 0.2% offset.
4, with the amount of bentonite concentration increasing, yield point of drilling fluid keeps increasing.
This paper investigates the stress and strain at the yield point and the peak stress point during the destruction of rocks with different moisture contents, and their relationship with the accompanying AE signals.
This explains why engineers who are used to working with metals are surprised that plastic materials cannot operate as close to their yield point as metals can.
Each stress-strain curve has a diffuse upper yield strength, followed by a long region of yield point elongation, also called a Luders strain.