breaking strength


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breaking strength

The point at which an amount of applied force breaks a material. Also called tensile strength.
See also: strength
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80-107%) increase in breaking strength. As we move from braided to twisted twine construction, we experienced a 23% (95% C.I.
Evaluation of Intraperitoneal Adhesions, Tissue Sampling, and Breaking Strength Determinations.
Figure 4 shows the resin tube breaking strength when both the rotations (rpm) and the friction time (sec) are varied (condition C).
Table 1: Effect of topical sodium fusidate, mupirocin, and papain-urea on breaking strength of incision wound in diabetic rats Group Drug Breaking strength (g) Mean [+ or -] SEM 1 Paraffin (nondiabetic control) 280.33 [+ or -] 13.40 2 Paraffin (diabetic control) 235.0 [+ or -] 8.23 (a) 3 Calcium mupirocin 268.5 [+ or -] 7.53 4 Sodium fusidate 301.66 [+ or -] 7.65 (b) 5 Papain-urea 252.33 [+ or -] 8.32 (a) p < 0.05 versus nondiabetic control; (b) p < 0.05 versus diabetic control.
The eggshell thickness and breaking strength in Fayoumi breed were highly correlated positively (0.77, Table 2).
Generally, the mechanical properties of PAN fiber are highly dependent on its crystallinity and orientation of the crystalline molecular segments according to the classical two-phase model [21], while the molecular uniformity also contributes significantly to its breaking strength under the influence of stress concentration [22].
Breaking strength of the healed wound is measured as the minimum force required to break the incision apart [20].
Method #2: Yale Cordage does not list the elongation of their ropes in percentages of the breaking strength as New England Rope does, so the equation above will not work.
Shell thickness and breaking strength of external quality traits, and albumen height and albumen index were determined in an alternative approach, which grouped the genotypes according to live weights.
ADHEZION Biomedical's topical skin adhesive SurgiSeal features a greater breaking strength and broader use in clinical applications than existing n-butyl cyanoacrylates.
Rakslim features a minimum breaking strength of 700 N and a minimum modulus of rupture of 40 N/mm2, which are unprecedented for thin-size tiles in the global market.
However, RAK Slim has a breaking strength of a minimum of 700 N and the modulus of rupture is a minimum of 40 N/mmA, an indicator of this tile's great performance.