bending loading

bend·ing load·ing

(bending lōding)
Distortion of an object by a force (e.g., a load placed on a beam located between two supports may cause the beam to curve).
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Three-point bending loading way, stress controlling method, and sinusoid wave were applied; the stress ratio was R = 0.1.
Fig.5 shows the variations of Historic Index with time of test in monotonic 4-point bending loading. This parameter is sensitive to settings and Fig.5a proves that its important indications may sometime pass unnoticed in standard AE tests.
With regard to the proposed modular composite triangular truss [18], the actual flexural behavior of a one-rut truss has been previously investigated under the on-axis bending loading test in the already published paper [18].
Considering figure 7, a to c, it was found that the adjacent regions of the two central holes in these plates are the regions with the highest stress concentration during bending loading. Using beam theory, maximum tensile stress in the outer surface of a four-point bending model was obtained from equation 2 [12], where p is the maximum load, b is the width of the plate, t is plate thickness and a is the distance between the inner and outer rollers in the four-point bending set.
Figure 2a shows a typical plot of load versus loading-point displacement obtained for a compression bending test, and Figure 2b shows a sketch of the deformation and failure process under the compression bending loading. The illustration of catastrophic failure shows the typical bending failure.
Use handtools that are designed so that the worker can grasp, hold, and manipulate the tool without bending loading.
Table 1 shows the shot peened and repair profile data for the experimentally tested T-butt specimens under pure bending loading. The geometry of the experimentally tested T-butt specimens, weld toe crack initiation location, and edge region where repair and peening are applied is shown in Figure 4.
Delamination occurred also under pure bending loading but was limited to the two opposite specimen sides that experienced maximal bending stress (Figure 7) [9].
(2003) investigated the fatigue life of T-shaped, end-to-side assemblies using two-pin dowel joints by subjecting them to one-sided constant and stepped cyclic bending loading. A mathematical representation was developed to correlate the applied moment to the number of cycles to failure.
The authors also recommend that current bending loading tests attain a minimum of 40 percent shear deflection to ensure lower COV values of the shear modulus results.
(2003) investigated the fatigue life of T-shaped, end-to-side assemblies using two-pin dowel joints by subjecting them to one-side constant and stepped cyclic bending loading. A mathematical representation was developed to correlate the applied moment to the number of cycles to failure.
The load application rate was approximately 0.64 cm/min (0.25 in/min), which corresponded to conventional bending loading using ASTM D 198 (ASTM 2001).