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yield strength

the amount of stress at which a permanent (plastic) deformation in a component becomes measurable (usually taken as 0.2% permanent strain).
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The strength profile for AlSiMg alloys with magnesium concentrations have shown a steep increase in yield strength through the precipitation hardening, a subsequent plateau with the final peak value, followed by a slow decrease in yield strength due to over aging, according to measured and simulated results (Fig.
03 rad are evaluated rigorously by nonlinear moment-curvature analysis and are summarised in Tables 5 to 7 for different combination of concrete and steel yield strengths of [f.
This is particularly the case when there are issues related to safety, as the materials generally have an intrinsically high yield strength.
Tensile yield strength and ultimate elongation were used to assess the bond strength.
Increasing the hold pressure increased the yield strengths for all three types of specimens.
The maximum cyclic stress level for all three types of specimens ranged from 70 to 95% of the respective yield strength.
The yield strength of the HDPE/PS (75/25) blend was higher than that of HDPE, as shown in Table 2 and Fig.
Pre-conditioning and late-inoculation with 75% FeSi containing Bi and rare earths significantly decrease tensile and yield strengths in 3-mm sections as a result of higher nodule count (with a corresponding higher ferrite content) whereas in the 12-mm section, the strength is not affected much.
They're very close in mechanical properties, with Shore hardnesses of 76-77D, tensile yield strengths of 5260-6200 psi, ultimate elongations of 310-350%, flex moduli of 100,000-185,000 psi, and notched Izod impact values of 0.
The tests involved evaluation of bending stresses and yield strengths.
However, as can be observed in these figures as well as from Tables 1 and 2, the difference in yield strengths of unfilled polypropylene and talc-filled polypropylene decreased with increasing temperature.
Most cast iron is specified by physical properties, such as tensile and yield strengths and hardness, each directly related to microstructure.