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In addition, drag can also occur in the outer race due to the frictional force that builds up in the bearing, potentially causing further creep in lightly loaded conditions.
Relative creep, used widely to compare creep resistance among wood composites, was calculated to assess creep in PSL under different test conditions.
This model has been chosen to represent, with high accuracy, the creep in particleboard (Pierce and Dinwoodie 1977, Pierce et al.
From an experimental point of view, Aldrete [7] measured local stresses in the sub-grain structure formed during steady state creep in Cu-16 at.
It is also clear from the results that the CP laminates show higher creep strain than the UD ones at all the temperatures indicating higher resistance to creep in the case of later.
The relationship of creep in tension and compression was determined based on the measurement of creep at similar stress and similar stress/strength ratio.
The bobbin-shaped specimens as developed earlier by Brooks et al [6] were adopted for testing of direct tensile strength, creep in tension and creep in compression at low stress.
Boston University Corporate Education Center, a leader in project management courses, certificate programs and PMI(R) certification preparation, announced today the availability of a free project management white paper titled Preventing Scope Creep in Project Management by Rick Cusolito, PMP, Project Management Instructor/Consultant at Boston University.
Hojo and Findley [17] reported increased creep in PC tubes pressurized with C[O.
Although research on creep of plastic pipes has been widely carried out in other plastics, little work has been reported for creep in ABS (acrylonitrile-butadiene-styrene) pipes at high temperatures.
Immediately after the application of the stress, and for a brief duration, creep follows a logarithmic law, then the well-known Kohlrausch-Williams-Watts creep in [t.
This is in accordance with the nonexistence of this creep in semicrystalline polymers.