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biaxial

adjective Having 2 axes, as in biaxial polarisation.
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In some situations, a more natural intrinsic length scale is given by a "biaxial coherence length" (see [14,21])--we consider this as well in what follows.
Figure 7a shows the change in degree of plane orientation ([DELTA]P) due to biaxial stretching.
The first two tests for calibration of the input parameters were selected as uniaxial and biaxial compression tests.
Given the large strain to failure observed in the uniaxial tensile test described earlier, along with limitation in preparing specially molded test samples, we felt the membrane inflation test described by Feng [1] was limiting to derive the failure constants in biaxial mode.
The experiments are implemented by interfacing the biaxial resonant microaccelerometer with the test circuits shown in Figure 12.
(2) The triaxial compressive strength with all stress ratios is greater than the biaxial and uniaxial compressive strength after the same rapid freeze-thaw cycles; the increased percentage of triaxial compressive strength over biaxial compressive strength or uniaxial compressive strength is dependent on the middle stress.
Brady, "Simulation of progressive fracturing processes around underground excavations under biaxial compression," Tunnelling and Underground Space Technology, vol.
The paper is organized as follows: in Section 2, we present a brief review on the total reflection and total transmission in biaxial anisotropic medium.
1, a it is assumed that for a crack with an inclination [phi] under biaxial tensile loading conditions, there is no friction effect at the crack surface.
Their work is particularly relevant because they first consider a general bianisotropic medium (with biaxial permittivity and permeability tensors), and then apply the properties of left-handed materials.
Instead of making efforts on the particle-scale fabric measurement of real 3D laboratory experiments, the biaxial compression tests were conducted using two-dimensional rod assemblages [19, 20].