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The deformability of a quality and relatively uniform rock mass significantly depends on the test method.
Although concrete mixtures with crumbed rubber reduce strength characteristics of concrete, modification of cement concrete mixtures with crumbed rubber not only resulted in production of concrete that has specific properties (less density and thermal conditions, higher deformability and plasticity, better absorption of vibration and better sound insulation) but also resolution of rubber waste utilisation problem.
Deformability of red blood cells from different species studied by resistive pulse shape analysis technique.
Complex phase steels are characterized by high deformability, high energy absorption, and high residual deformation capability.
A silicon micromachined device for use in blood cell deformability studies.
For example, in addition to its ability to generate ATP, CPC-111 has been shown to increase red blood cell deformability, to decrease blood viscosity and to inhibit the oxygen burst and superoxide generation which usually occurs during post-reperfusion injury by free radicals.
The provision of flexural deformability only relies on some empirical deemed-to-satisfy rules that control the maximum tension steel area or neutral axis depth.
As a consequence, the overall deformability corresponds to that of a less cross linked rubber.
1]), showed that even small forces can provoke unexpectedly high deformability of laminated sailcloth, which leads to material's creep.
Previously, we were able to reveal a deterioration of RBC (Red blood cell) deformability and viscoelasticity in patients with "oketsu" syndrome.
The nonlinear behavior of the elastomeric materials is very complicated owning to the very high deformability, stress-softening effect (Mullins effect), and time-dependent viscoelastic effects [25].
Conversely, it is shown that higher PP concentration in R1 leads to lower deformability (elongation at break) and also lowers impact strength.
B] (27 MPa) of CAB containing composites is likely explained by the fact that these composites showed the most pronounced orientation during the deformation process, largely due to the best deformability of these systems, i.
According to the fact that elastic displacement of system obtained by push-over, by dividing maximum existing displacement in this loading cycle to elastic displacement, value of deformability was calculated; then, diagram of equivalent viscous damping was drawn in terms of deformability.