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Synonyms for strength

Synonyms for strength

the state or quality of being physically strong

power used to overcome resistance

the condition of being free from defects or flaws

reliability in withstanding pressure, force, or stress

Synonyms for strength

capability in terms of personnel and materiel that affect the capacity to fight a war

the power to induce the taking of a course of action or the embracing of a point of view by means of argument or entreaty

capacity to produce strong physiological or chemical effects

the condition of financial success

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After destructive testing of induction-bended pipe and provided experimental heat treatments, it is possible to assume that both regimes increase the yield strength and decrease the tensile strength, decrease hardness, and increase toughness.
Therefore, the effect of bolted splices using the low yield strength steel becomes more apparent when bolted splices are longer.
On the basis of conducted experiments it has been found that yield strength of the materials could not be determined with sufficient accuracy by means of small punch tests, neither on the basis of maximum punch force nor on the basis of the force, corresponding to the initiation of the plastic deformation.
Our study found that a longer 10-hole plate with two unlocked screws, in near-far configuration, on either side of a comminuted fracture, had a higher yield strength than an eight-hole plate with three consecutive unlocked screws on either side.
It was seen that with an increase in the diameter of the wire, the Yield strength and Ultimate Tensile Strength decreased except in the case of 0.
The yield strength increases linearly with increasing boron contents as shown in Fig.
Thus Cosma chose to down gage the beam section, but step up in yield strength to the M220.
On a scale of 1 to 10, rate each object's flexibility, yield strength, and ultimate strength.
The HS screws and nuts are made with a steel alloy that is said to give them hardness, tensile and yield strength ratings significantly higher than the original screws.
The seven guidelines are: 1) Pallet free-fall test drop; 2) Maximum allowable load for plastic pallets in static storage rack applications; 3) Static floor stack and fork tine deflections for plastic pallets; 4) Stacked dynamic load capacity of thermoplastic and thermoset containers; 5) Container free-fall drop test; 6) Testing requirements and acceptance criteria for thermoplastic and thermoset pallet containers; and 7) Column yield strength of thermoplastic and thermoset containers.
Reference properties, reported as mean values with their expanded uncertainties, are Young's modulus, tensile yield strength, tensile ultimate strength, and tensile elongation-to-failure.
The yield strength, tensile strength, and reduction in area of Modified A-286 are comparable to that of the conventional alloy at operating temperatures of 1000 deg F to 1200 deg F.
The yield strength of Nitronic 30 is approximately 50% higher than the yield strength of Type 304L.