shear strength


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shear strength

The resistance of a material to force applied perpendicular to the plane of the material.
See also: strength
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Keywords: Slope Failure, Liquid Limit, Dry Density, Shear Strength, Internal Friction Angle
This improved shear strength can still be demonstrated even after several weeks.
At the same recycled polyol level, generally, the shear strength increased with NCO/OH molar ratio.
The tensile shear strength values of the ultrasonic welded aluminium joints are shown in Table 2 along with its welding parameters.
The soil like materials draw their shear strength from the resistance due to interlocking of the individual grains, sliding resistance among the soil particles and adhesion among the particles (Terzaghi, 1950; and Yazdanjou et al.
The aim of the present in vitro study was to compare the shear strength of mineral trioxide aggregate and glass ionomer cement by Instron testing machine.
Interfacial split tensile strength test and bi-surface interfacial shear strength test are commonly used to evaluate the interfacial tensile and shear strengths, respectively [4,5].
Missouri University of Science and Technology's Lesley Sneed, principle Interface Shear Transfer investigator, tested applied shear force-slip relations and peak shear strength, and examined current shear-friction design provisions in ACI 318 "Building Code Requirements for Structural Concrete" and the Precast/Prestressed Concrete Institute PCI Design Handbook.
Table 7 captures the range of materials that a hybrid adhesive can bond, and shows that shear strength is achievable even on those materials not designed for adhesive use.
Former studies [16-18] suggested that the shear strength of many metals can be raised by superposition of a compressive stress acting normal to the shear planes.
Roughness refers to the local departures from planarity at both small and large scale [2] and has a direct impact on the shear strength of rock joints.
Then, from sadned panels, were cut tubes for testing shear strength according to CEN / TS 13354.