stress-strain curve


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stress-strain curve

a curve showing the ratio of deformation to load during the testing of a material in tension.
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The effect of 0.05-0.7 wt% GO on stress-strain curve of the nanocomposites is shown in Fig.
The progression of the analysis utilizes the time steps of the stress-strain curve obtained from Ramberg Osgood relation.
Figure 9 shows a specimen at failure and dotted using roller stamping, and the stress-strain curve for this method is shown in Figure 10.
Considering the results of Tage tuff under a confining pressure of 3 MPa as an example, the method of calculating [E.sub.d] is introduced as follows: Figure 5(a) shows the typical stress-strain curve obtained for the Tage tuff.
The effects of the gradient stress on the stress-strain curve, strength, deformation, and energy absorption characteristics of the specimen were investigated without obvious failure in this study.
All of the stress-strain curves of the composites (Figures 8 and 9) show that these results are almost coincident and the random error is small.
This difference is much smaller in the very early portion of the stress-strain curve than in the later portions.
During the initial stage of specimen loading, the stress-strain curve tends to convex downward.
The stress-strain curve of concrete specimens strengthen with FRP (glass fiber-carbon fiber) in Non-Fire Exposed condition is shown in Figure 5.
After applied ANSYS v15.0 for computational model and obtained stress-strain curve of superelastic behavior as shown in figure (10).
The choice of the stress-strain relationship is connected to the cyclic stress-strain curve and a hardening model.