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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Engineering stress-strain curve and selected 2D SAXS and WAXD pattern during uniaxial tensile deformation of iPP/ZC-2(0.
The dislocation emission and accumulation lead to fluctuating stress-strain curves, yet dislocation emission and accumulation causes stress redistribution.
0 for computational model and obtained stress-strain curve of superelastic behavior as shown in figure (10).
The true stress-strain curves obtained from the compression tests were assigned to the specimen.
The material parameters were optimized to simultaneously correlate with the tested equivalent stress-strain curves under different monotonic loading conditions.
Usually the quasi-static stress-strain curves are sufficient input for the static tests.
It means that the shape of the stress-strain curve depends on the speed at which paper is stretched.
This is largely a result of both the nonlinearity of the stress-strain curve and the difference between compressive and tensile moduli.
Table 3 lists the characteristic parameters of compressive stress-strain curve of RPC200.
Substituting parameters related to kernel function into (17) and fitting the line segment DE in true stress-strain curve by using least square method, we can get [beta] = 1 and d = 1.
3]) is the strain energy density on the primary (monotonic) stress-strain curve.
The linear section of the stress-strain curve corresponds to the granite transition from the compression stage to the linear elastic stage.